Orania.Berlin is a quiet and cozy retreat in the heart of Berlin. Located in a building that dates back to 1913, it is indeed a modern and multi-faceted space poised to welcome discerning guests.

Property Details

Orania.Berlin exudes calmness and serenity—a city oasis for travelers wanting respite at the end of a busy day. The 41 intimate, urban-chic rooms are awash in natural materials and warm lights. Its unique decor adds just a touch of the exotic. The oiled oak floor boards are topped with handmade carpets from Iran. Bed linens are brought in from India and furniture from Indonesia. An elephant print headboard welcomes you into tropical dreams. This global influence is quite fitting, considering Berlin’s cosmopolitan character.

Windows reach to the ceilings keep the sunlight flowing in, and just beyond you can enjoy the view from your own private balcony. In the en suite bathrooms, indulgent organic bath amenities are sure to enhance your morning routine.

Bright and bold thanks for the rainbow-colored drapery dangling form the ceiling, the lounge and bar at Orania.Berlin features live jazz concerts. Local Berlin artists can be found performing regularly, and its grand piano is always open to those wishing to tap out a tune. The bar team pours out crafty compositions using an eclectic selection of artisan brands. There are a few glass enclosed fireplaces scattered around the hotel too, ideal to warm up next to on chilly evenings.

Berlin is known as a culinary hot spot and the Orania.Berlin is no exception. The chef has built his career in renowned restaurants across Shanghai, London, and Vienna; in fact, he was awarded the Michelin star in Vienna. He whips up signature dishes using different methods. Try the Xberg Duck, served in four courses with a multicultural twist. Pull up a chair and you can watch the chef in action. There’s a healthy focus at Orania.Berlin. Breakfast often includes chia seeds, goji berries, and soya milk.

Step outside the doors of Orania.Berlin and you will find even more restaurants and bars in the Kreuzberg neighborhood.

Request Information