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“Cool, all-white new addition to central Berlin's hotels. This fabulous 1920s facade has slick and trendy interiors. Extensive banqueting facilities make perfect spaces for private events, bright Scandinavian-esque white on white rooms, and a great restaurant. A stylish choice.”

“Cool, all-white new addition to central Berlin's hotels. This fabulous 1920s facade has slick and trendy interiors. Extensive banqueting facilities make perfect spaces for private events, bright Scandinavian-esque white on white rooms, and a great restaurant. A stylish choice.”

Hotel Review

Set in a historic 1920s building with a fabulous facade, the Ellington takes its name from the days when it played host to the jazz greats of the day, Duke Ellington included. Now a slick, trendy hotel, it still attracts stars, but as guests. The all-white lobby, restaurant and canteen-style breakfast room (echoes of the building's days as a factory) are hugely successful spaces. Bedrooms are understated, with bathrooms almost part of the room, so intimacy is required if you are sharing.

 

Written by George Pownall

Recommended For

  • City Style
  • Uber sleek minimalist rooms behind a Weimar-style facade, that was previously the famous West Berlin jazz club the Badewanne.
  • Value chic
  • Prime location, fantastic facilities, beautiful contemporary rooms with a funky jazz theme throught- for peanuts!
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • The Duke is a lively spot to dine, with an open kitchen and radio booth, which broadcasts live jazz every evening.
  • Great walks
  • The Zoo and Gardens are just a few minutes down the road and well worth checking out on a sunny afternoon.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Just two minutes from Berlin's famed shopping street, Kurfürstendamm and the KaDeWe department store.
  • Other Activities
  • Every Sunday they hold live music at the jazz brunch, booking well in advance is advisable.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Relax on the Summer Terrace in the summer warmer months.
  • Wine tasting
  • Enjoy the extensive range of wines from the cellar.
  • Conference facilities
  • Family Suites
  • Less £
  • Downtown
  • Views
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Townhouse
  • Restaurant
  • Artworks
  • Boutique
  • Historic
  • Chic
  • Gym
  • Pet friendly
  • Quirky
  • Child friendly
  • Free wifi
  • Disabled access
  • Contemporary
  • Luxury
  • Intimate
  • Romantic

Facilities

  • Private dining room
  • Six banqueting rooms are perfect for events/parties.
  • Parking
  • Parking on site at EUR 20 per day.
  • Airport transfer
  • Surcharge applies.
  • Safe
  • Conference facilities
  • Family Suites
  • Bar
  • Views
  • Car not required
  • Cots available
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Outdoor dining
  • Meeting Room
  • Massage
  • Bicycle hire
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Sitting Room
  • Restaurant
  • Gym
  • Pet friendly
  • Child friendly
  • Free wifi
  • Room service
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Disabled access
  • Suites
  • Concierge
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Hotel Entertainment
  • The Duke is a lively spot to dine, with an open kitchen and radio booth, which broadcasts live jazz every evening.
  • Great walks
  • The Zoo and Gardens are just a few minutes down the road and well worth checking out on a sunny afternoon.
  • Designer Shopping
  • Just two minutes from Berlin's famed shopping street, Kurfürstendamm and the KaDeWe department store.
  • Other Activities
  • Every Sunday they hold live music at the jazz brunch, booking well in advance is advisable.
  • Close to nightlife
  • Relax on the Summer Terrace in the summer warmer months.
  • Wine tasting
  • Enjoy the extensive range of wines from the cellar.

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Ellington Hotel

"The hotel occupies a listed, Bauhaus building that opened as a dance hall frequented by Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington"

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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