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Fashion Hotels: Casa Camper
A Design Sleep in Berlin
Casa Camper
Casa Camper
Fashion Hotels: Casa Camper
A Design Sleep in Berlin
Casa Camper
Run by the famous Spanish shoe brand, Casa Camper is a stylish boutique hotel neatly situated in the middle of Mitte’s hip fashion and culture district. Designed by Jordio Tió and Fernando Amat—the founder of Barcelona’s iconic design store Vinçon—the devilishly good-looking interior is defined by clean lines and striking furniture set against rust-red walls. The rooms are deliberately minimal, with wooden floors and slick designer furnishings, but are decidedly comfortable and include eco-friendly touches such as water-recycling showers. Instead of an in-room minibar concept, the hotel offers a 24-hour buffet that is free for guests. Plus, the hotel's prime location ensures easy access to the swanky drinking, dining, and shopping options in the neighborhood.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Casa Camper is in the happening part of Mitte, and the surrounding streets brim with independent boutiques and cafés. Mulackstrasse is home to Das Neue Schwartz, an upscale secondhand boutique, whereas Steinstrasse is the place for upscale restaurants and bars—Bar Saint Jean offers locally made spirits. The more commercial shops and attractions of Hackescher Markt, Museum Island, and Oranienburgerstrasse are a 15-minute walk away, as are the socialist charms of Alexanderplatz.
Need to Know
Rooms: 51 rooms and suites; from $220.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: Up on the top floor of the hotel, Tentempié ("snack" in Spanish) has great views and a 24-hour buffet of hot and cold dishes.
Spa and gym details: The hotel’s fitness center includes a sauna as well as a swish black-tiled gym.
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Chic travelers seeking serious designer buzz for their buck, plus anyone wanting to sample the city’s trendier side.
Our favorite rooms: All the rooms are visually enticing, but the suites have oodles of extra space—including a second bathroom.

Fashion Hotels: Casa Camper
The Spanish shoe company’s second hotel (the first is in Barcelona) features 51 minimalist rooms and three suites with hardwood floors, fluffy rugs, and furniture plucked from the 1970s and ’80s. Albert Raurich, formerly of Catalonia’s elBulli restaurant, created the menu at the eatery, Dos Palillos. The hotel also rents out bikes, perfect for exploring nearby Hackescher Markt.

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A Design Sleep in Berlin
51 rooms and suites make up this design-forward hotel in Mitte, best known for its 'home away from home' focus and exterior design conceived by Fernando Amat and Jordi Tio. And if you're wondering if it might somehow be connected to Camper, the Spanish footwear brand, you'd be correct. The company applied the same practical aesthetic to their two hotels in Barcelona (the original) and Berlin. A stone's throw from charming cafés, shops and bars, the hotel definitely wins on location.

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