I want to move into the Soho House you guys. Seriously.
We were recently in Berlin where we stayed at the beautiful Soho House. I could not have picked a better place to fall asleep at after a long flight across the Atlantic.
The first thing as we walked into the hotel we noticed was how it was decorated for the holidays, simple but yet fun.
There were ping pong tables to the other side so you could have a cup of tea and then get your game on.
After we checked in we made our way to our floor and found our room. As soon as we walked in I gasped with happiness. This was my new home.
Matthew had a great idea which was to just dive into those blankets.
Want to know a funny story? We wanted to set our alarm on the first day to wake up early and see the city but the bed was that comfortable and we were that tired we slept in until it was dark out the following day. Oooops.
Between this bed, the bathtub and the robe I basically was never going to get anything else done.
What I loved about the room was how it was decorated with modern but yet classic design in style. Little things like the stainless steel clock or the beautiful glasses to enjoy a cup of water.
Do you see what I see too? Zoom in to the right on the dresser.
Yes, my very own tea kettle filled with the best teas and sugars. Little things like this really make a hotel special as it feels like home.
But my absolute favorite part of the hotel – that’s easy. That was the bathroom. One giant bathtub and a enormous rainshower. At this point I told Matthew I was moving in.
What would be a review without getting some room service on a lazy cold night? Matthew got the burger. I got the macaroni and cheese. I might or might not have ate this mac and cheese while lying in the bathtub in pure happiness. I was seriously obsessed with that tub.
We were there in Berlin to celebrate the opening of the Green Box Project where we showed our project AR_Avatars. This happened right in the bar floor at the Soho Houses and was packed with guests that were having fun.
Hope you guys enjoyed the trip with me – now let’s go back on a group trip!