Hotel Am Steinplatz has always attracted visitors and tourists by its unusual design reminiscent of Moorish style, its olive-green façade and eye-catching stucco features. The building has already become a local landmark. Finally, the historic hotel is open again after extensive restoration.
The building of the hotel was constructed in 1913, so now it’s over 90 years of age. The main aim of the restoration team was to preserve the original look and design of the building, while making it suitable for modern travellers. The hotel greeted many prominent guests. After the October Revolution, such famous people as Vladimir Nabokov and Zahar Leander stayed in the hotel. In the 50s of the previous century a basement bar was opened in the hotel. The bar quickly became a fashionable place that attracted artists, writers and other intellectuals. The hotel’s restaurant offers classic dishes made of finest regional products.
After renovation, the hotel joined the Autograph Collection that gathers independent hotels in most picturesque parts of the world, starting from small 15-guestroom luxury boutiques to a neoclassic palace hotel in Prague. Close to the hotel are located such famous sights as the Deutsche Oper, KaDeWe, and Tiergarten park.