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25 Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Showroom Berlin, Germany


Unobstructed rooftop views of the Berlin Zoo
A library curated by world-renowned publishing house Gestalten Verlag
Driving around Berlin in Mini Coopers, free of charge



In Berlin’s bustling center stands a striking ensemble of buildings—collectively known as Bikini Berlin—that truly embodies the phrase "urban jungle". Initially completed in 1957, the property has undergone a number of incarnations to become a complex visual reminder of the post-war period of rejuvenation and cosmopolitan revival.

Queen rooms start at $116

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Be sure to activate the Bluetooth on your phone—many of the baths are fitted with surround-sound speakers.


  • Vibe and atmosphere

    Guests nap in the cozy hammocks that hang from windows overlooking the Berlin Zoo and awake to the scent of fresh pastries from the wood-fired bakery. Others visit the extensive library, or make new friends as a DJ spins in the background of the welcoming communal space.
  • Overall look and feel of the rooms

    The clean aesthetic of the hotel’s lobby extends to the 149 highly functional rooms. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows are found in each room, which also feature wood-paneled walls, large, inviting beds, and stylish bathrooms. Each room overlooks either the Berlin Zoo or the scenic cityscape.
  • Service style

    Warm, welcoming, and thoroughly inviting; whether sampling exotic fare carefully crafted by Chef Haya Molcho at NENI, or ordering a rhubarb fizz deftly prepared by bartenders at the local hotspot Monkey Bar, visitors feel totally at home in this urban oasis.
  • Preferred room type

    Animal lovers will go wild for the Jungle Rooms, which offer direct views into the ape house and elephant enclosure in the nearby Tiergarten. These spacious spaces are also furnished with natural elements, and offer queen- or king-sized beds and a rain shower.
  • Unique property features

    Visitors can jet around the city capital in style: Mini Coopers and sleek, one-speed bikes are available for guests to rent, free of charge, throughout the duration of their stay.
Area Highlights


What goes on there

Tiergarten park is the ideal spot for picnics and beer gardens, and international shoppers drop by Kadewe, Europe's largest department store. Sunset sees the start of Berlin's notoriously late nightlife, with events at nearby Berliner Festspiele followed by outings to all-night dance clubs like Cookies.

Who will love it

Extroverted artists and hedonistic trendsetters

Where to go to feel like a local

Ride the 24-hour metro to hot spots like Curry 36 for the quintessential wurst, and commence a boozy night knocking down pints at Becketts Kopf. Mingle with artists swilling gin cocktails at the 14-seat Buck and Breck, though make sure to rise early to snag snazzy new frocks at the Mauerpark Flea Market.