The rooms are well thought-out and dressed in sumptuous fabrics which are used for Patrick Hellmann Collection suits (velvet, silk and grey flannel) featuring masterly embroidered details that you would normally expect to see on a couture garment. To reflect a true New-York living, Patrick Hellmann added details including individually-crafted armchairs, spacious wardrobes, a working desk and black-out curtains made out of the tie silk fabric from Patrick Hellmann Collection. A peaceful mixture of grey, purple, black and white tones preserve the right balance of home comfort and refined elegance.
The astonishing metamorphosis has brought a distinctly heroic New York glamour theme to the first renovated rooms #5, #6 and #7.
Sheer craftsmanship and attention to detail is already evident once the guest walks up the staircase transformed into a Patrick Hellmann art-gallery with contemporary design pieces and original handmade drawings.
The New York guestrooms No. 5, 6 and 7 are the repercussions of the designer's childhood. "The surrounding beauty in tender age essentially stays in your heart forever", Patrick says.
The newly unveiled premium rooms represent the first of the hotel redevelopment works by the international fashion and interior designer Patrick Hellmann. Premium rooms offer two splendid décor themes – New York and Bohème.
The en suite bathrooms, separated with big sliding mirror-doors, are designed in a way that makes them look and feel as a kind of extension of the guest room itself. Chic black and white features, deep soaking tubs and large separate showers with both rain and detachable showerheads.
The distance to Tegel airport is 9 km and the ride takes about 15 minutes.
The distance to Berlin Hauptbahnhof is 12 km and the ride takes about 20 minutes.
The PATRICK HELLMANN SCHLOSSHOTEL can provide its guests a limousine service upon request, in advance of arrival. Enjoy your comfortable private limousine shuttle into the city at Kurfuestendamm or to Berlin (Mitte) Friedrichstr. and Gendarmenmarkt.