Berlin’s Bauhaus-Inspired Hotel: Ku’ Damm 101

Published Date Author: , January 10th, 2015

Ku’ Damm 101 hotel

While working on my updated Berlin city guide, I spent a lot of time looking up Berlin’s hotels. And thanks to an introduction from the helpful folks at visitBerlin tourism, I was introduced to the Ku’ Damm 101 hotel. It’s located in the western part of Berlin, along the famous Ku’damm street (Kurfurstendamm).

The Ku’ Damm hotel is a budget-friendly hotel, but not a boring one. When you first walk in the lobby, you might feel like you’ve entered a spaceship. The design of the hotel has been inspired by the works of master architect Le Corbusier. He wasn’t actually a Bauhaus teacher in Weimar or Dessau, but his work was a huge inspiration to the design movement.

And in the Swiss-designed Ku’ Damm 101 hotel, the design is easily apparent. Simple, bold lines in the architecture of the hotel provide accent (with color!) to help define the space. Rooms are very spacious, as well and I especially loved the spot-colored chairs in the hotel room.

This article was written by Adam Groffman, author of the internationally popular travel blog, Travels of Adam. Read more here: erlin’s Bauhaus-Inspired Hotel: Ku’ Damm 101.

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