Tigerlilly Quinn: Linnen Hotel - Berlin

Monday, 16 March 2015

Linnen Hotel - Berlin


I mentioned last week that I took a little trip to Berlin last week with my friend Lori for a two and a half day visit of basically eating lots of good food! We stayed at the Linnen Hotel with i-escape and I wanted to share a few pictures with you guys because it really is stunning.

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The first thing to notice about Linnen is how it feels immediately welcoming, more of a large friendly home than a hotel. The building contains 6 uniquely decorated rooms, each of which has been designed to a slightly different theme. In one room we found a print making screen and a hospital light! Each room feels creative and fresh rather than over designed and stuffy. 


Linnen is keen on promoting being environmentally friendly. The building uses a wood pellet heating technology and Dr Bronner's Magic Soaps which are organic and fair-trade. There are no TV's in the building which makes for a nice change, we don't actually have one at home so I didn't notice at first but it makes the space seem calmer just for not having any there.


Linnen promotes local artists and designers to create their space and try to use vintage furniture when possible. This as well as their eco friendly energy methods has earn them a Silver in the Green Leaders awards. Lori and I actually stayed in 'room 3' which you can book for the equivalent of about £62 pounds a night. There aren't any twin rooms in the hotel but a camp bed was set up on request which we actually didn't need considered the bed was large enough for about 5 people! So if you are a small family of three a room like this would be perfect with a camp bed or if you'd prefer you're own rooms then Linnen also have apartments which are located near by and look just as beautiful.

There is a cafe downstairs which we used to have a quick coffee and a bit of planning before setting off for the day. It's open to the public but after hours is also open as a lounge to guests.


I've been gushing about this beautiful stay to Tom ever since I have been back and would love to try out an apartment and take them with me next time.

Booking though i-escape includes a bottle of wine on your arrival

I enjoyed a free stay at Linnen through i-escape in return for a honest review

28 comments:

Alison Perry said...

Oh wow this hotel looks awesome! Berlin is high up on my list of places I want to check out and this is definitely the kind of hotel I love to stay in. Loved following your trip on social media when you were there - looked like a lot of fun x

Jen Walshaw said...

This looks amazing. I love that it doesnt look over designed. I have never visited Germany

angela said...

This looks amazing!! I would love to visit Germany

Family {m}adventures said...

This hotel looks great! Love the little touches.
Can't believe we did the same with Berlin as we did in Amsterdam. You following me? ;-D

Thou Shalt Not Covet said...

Gorgeous photos and what an amazing looking place!

Erica Price said...

Great interior desgin - love the industrial touches.

Jess@AlongCameCherry said...

Love the bath and pink wardrobe! Looks lovely! x

Polly Davies said...

Looks lovely!!!! Esp that bath x

Fiona said...

This looks wonderful, I love the idea of having a televisionless hotel. I hate how you find yourself just watching crap simply because there's a tv in the room. x

mummyoftwo said...

That looks like a really homely and welcoming hotel. So many nick nacks to look at!

Beautyqueenuk said...

What a stunning looking hotel, that bathroom is heavenly x

Nayna Kanabar said...

What a lovely hotel with so many unique touches.

Twinsplustwo said...

Very arty, but I definitely prefer my comfort ;) What a wonderful time warp to visit though!

Katie @mummydaddyme said...

It looks amazing Fritha- I haven't been to Berlin but it's on my places to visit list. It's a big list haha. Mr E went recently for work and said it was fantastic. x

HonestMum said...

It looks wonderful, I adore Berlin, I've stayed several times for the Film Festival and love that the city is generally perfect for cinephiles. Love the 60's vibe I found there from clubs to hotels. Fab review x

abigail oliver said...

I've only ever stayed in hostels or friends places in Berlin so have never experienced their hotels, but this place looks amazing! I love that industrial cafe, perfect!

Lia Billimore said...

This looks lovely! I like the look of the restaurant / cafe area :)

Jen Stanbrook said...

It looks very cool Fritha! Love the decor and that bed is huge!

Claire Toplis said...

what a lovely higgledy piggledy place to stay love the style

Wild & Grizzly said...

I loved this place it was so full of character and in such a good location! x

Globalmouse said...

I love the colours - the plum walls and the blue too. And that bath....i could soak in that right now!! Looks great.

Chez Mummy said...

I love the look of this hotel. It certainly seems unique and full of character.

kathrynsharman said...

This would definitely be on my list of places to stay if I ever get to return to Berlin - looks like just my cup of tea! :)

Kara said...

Love the bright pink wardrobe - somewhere lovely to stay with no kids in tow

Jaime Oliver said...

WOW i love the look and quirkiness of this place! just gorgeous x

The Owl and the Accordion said...

I love how they use local furniture makers things in the hotel - I do love it when places support local businesses! The dining room looks amazing - so many great industrial style lights!

Clare Nicholas said...

How very quirky. Love that bath!'

Laura Rocksteady said...

This hotel looks amazing - I love the interior! Berlin is such a wonderful place, John was there last year and we would like to go as a family this year.


Laura x

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