The penthouse of the H'OTELLO K'80 above the roofs of the Savignyplatz in Berlin-Charlottenburg is an almost perfect setting for elegant gentlemen with a poker face. As a matter of fact, in this penthouse, a 132 square meter spacious location with its own kitchen and terrace, occasional poker events take place. It is also used by large companies hosting exclusive job interviews in the elegant lounge chairs under the expressive picture of the Savignyplatz by Christopher Lehmpfuhl. The penthouse can also be booked by any Berlin or hotel guest for private events or celebrations. Price on request.
The hotel H'OTELLO K'80 with its cool, minimalist design concept by Yasemin Loher Interiors is mostly used by business guests during the week. Many of them stay here from Monday to Friday and appreciate little extras like the very fast Wi-Fi. At the weekend come tourists and city travellers who appreciate the good location and excellent connections to the city west. The design hotel has 66 business rooms, 12 larger comfort rooms, 5 spacious studios and the above-mentioned penthouse.
Due to its proximity to the Kurfürstendamm and Savignyplatz, where many good restaurants are situated, H'OTELLO K'80 deliberately dispenses with an own restaurant and offers only breakfast and a bar area. Smaller events can be booked in these same areas.
H'OTELLO K'80 was opened in September 2011 and is part of the small H'OTELLO group, which owns also other houses, i. e. in Munich. The name H'OTELLO derives from the word Hotel, the first letter of the surname of the owner family Höcherl and Otello, which is the favorite opera by company founder Rainer Höcherl. K'80 stands for Knesebeckstraße 80.