Lauber & Wöhr
Located on Berlin's exhilarating Potsdamer Platz, amid a sea of futuristic skyscrapers, The Mandala Hotel is an oasis with a great sense of style.
Quiet inner courtyards removes you from the bustle on the streets below, while balconies and terraces give you panoramic city views.
The style is modern, but restrained, with attention focused on
the living spaces, rather than the hotel's public face. The lobby
is small and unassuming, giving the feeling of coming home to a
The architecture is about purist luxury, sleek design and
functionality. The 161 studios and suites are spacious, full of
technical details integrated into the design....and you can open a
window. Instead of the bible you will find a copy of the
Declaration of Human Rights by the bed.
The Facil restaurant on the 5th floor, managed by chef Michael
Kempf, has a retractable glass roof to keep the elements out, and
let the moonlight in. The sound of water, from two giant jars, add
to the calm atmosphere. In the summer the restaurant expands to
include the terrace garden. The buffet breakfast is also served
Work out or relax in the new ONO Spa and Fitness Center on the
11th floor, a world of holistic well-being high above Berlin. The
SPA, the corridors, and the rooms are decorated with black and
white Herb Ritts prints.
You couldn't possibly ask for a more central Berlin hotel
location; you are right where the old Border and Wall used to be,
in walking distance to the State Library and Philharmonic by Hans
Sharoun, the New National Gallery by Mies van der Rohe, as well as
buildings by Renzo Piano, Hans Kollhoff, Richard Rogers, Arata
Isozaki, Rafael Moneo, Helmut Jahn, Hilmer, Sattler & Albrecht,
David Chipperfield, and many more.
The Mandala Hotel is privately managed by Lutz Hesse and Christian Andresen.
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Last updated: December 14, 2012