MYKITA is full of first-hand knowledge on what to do and where to go in the German capital. Compiled by the crew at MYKITA HAUS, the Berlin Guide series hopes to help visitors make the most out of the city in the same way a Berliner would. This time – where to stay.

25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin

A bustling metropolis meets with another kind of wildlife at the quirky 25hours Hotel in the city’s West. The hotel is part of the heritage-listed building complex that also houses the Bikini Berlin concept mall, home to one of two MYKITA Shops in the city. A perfect choice for the urban explorer, the hotel offers direct views to the Berlin Zoo from its rooftop terrace and the Jungle Sauna. Neighbouring attractions include the monumental KaDeWe department store and Kantstraße, a paradise for both Asian-cuisine and interior design fans. 

25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin
Budapester Strasse 40
10787 Berlin

Gorki Apartments

Offering an unbeatable starting point from which to discover the city and accommodation perfectly suited to spoiled travellers, the lush Gorki Apartments have all the comforts of home, and more. Conveniently located near Rosenthaler Platz in the chic Mitte district, it’s just a short walk to many of the area’s popular restaurants and exclusive shops. For those in the mood for a more extensive urban exploration, public transportation is also practically right on the doorstep.

Gorki Apartments Berlin
Weinbergsweg 25
10119 Berlin


The Hüttenpalast lets visitors fulfil their romanticised camping dreams in the comfort of the great indoors. Located in a former vacuum-cleaner factory floor in Neukölln, the overnight options of the unconventional hotel include a selection of carefully restored vintage caravans and cosy wooden huts. The interiors were designed in collaboration with young architects and artists, offering accommodation that is an adventure in itself.

Hobrechtstraße 66
12047 Berlin

Michelberger Hotel

This charming hotel is located on one of Berlin’s most notorious nightlife boulevards, the Warschauer Straße. The convenient location by the river Spree, only blocks away from electronic music mecca Berghain and the bustling Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg districts is outdone only by its original interior design and hospitality concept. The recently added self-contained suites or hideouts are just an example of the hotel’s broad array of accommodation that ranges from essential to luxurious.

Michelberger Hotel
Warschauer Str. 39-40
Berlin, 10243

Photos by Hanns Joosten and Klaus Romberg.

Rio Marie in Oscar-Niemeyer-Haus

Located in a building designed by the late Oscar Niemeyer for the International Building Exhibition of 1957, this architecture jewel is a paradise for modern design enthusiasts. The two-bedroom apartment went through an extensive upgrade at the hands of Berlin architecture studio a-base architects in 2013 and now can be booked as a particularly stylish home away from home.

Rio Marie im Oscar-Niemeyer-Haus
Altonaerstr. 10
10557 Berlin

Photos by Ben Buschfeld

Tautes Heim

Designed by German architecture legend Bruno Taut, "Taut's Home" is located in the south part of Berlin, just a stone's throw from UNESCO's World Heritage Hufeisensiedlung, Taut's outstanding example of urban planning. The property was meticulously restored by its owners, who created a real-life experience of design history that will round off any stay in the German capital.

Tautes Heim


Discover other insider tips for Berlin selected by the MYKITA crew:
MYKITA Berlin Guide: DRINK
MYKITA Berlin Guide: DANCE