Lux 11

Hip, contemporary, apartment-style hotel

Rosa Luxemburg Strasse 9 To 13, Mitte, Berlin 10178


At a Glance

The minimalist-chic Lux 11 lead the design-hotel boom in the former east Berlin, with apartment-style, affordable rooms.

Indagare Loves

  • The affordable rates
  • The in-room kitchenettes
  • Staying in one of Berlin’s most vibrant neighborhoods, near the fabulous restaurants, cafés and shops around Auguststrasse


This apartment hotel occupies three adjacent whitewashed buildings in happening Mitte. It’s clear from check-in that the place is for low-maintenance guests: there’s no round-the-clock service—the front desk, in a small reception area, closes at 10 p.m. on weekdays and at 5 p.m. on weekends. Guests, a mix of stylish international thirty-somethings, don’t seem to mind, as the lack of pampering is made up for in serious savings. The minimalist but chic rooms, designed by London-based duo Silvestrin/Salmaso, have kitchenettes, glass-enclosed showers, flat-screen TVs and faux-fur throws. Book a premier suite on one of the upper floors (the hotel has seven stories). Rooms that look over the leafy courtyard are quieter than the ones with Alexanderplatz views. On the ground level is an Aveda salon and spa.

Lux 11 is located in one of the best areas of Mitte, in close proximity to such shopping streets as Neue Schönhauser, August-, Mulak- and Steinstrasse; and near fabulous and fun restaurants and cafés, like Monsieur Vuong, Mädchenitaliener, The Barn, Bandol Sur Mer, Dudu and the fabulous dance hall Clärchens Ballhaus. Galleries like Eigen + Art and KW Institute of Contemporary Art are a 5-minute walk; Museum Island is a 15-minute walk. In a nutshell: you’re staying in one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods.

Written by Gisela Williams

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