Experience the creative & authentic heart of Berlin at the Oranienplatz in Kreuzberg. Relax in grand yet intimate interiors blending casual luxury with subtle oriental influences, precious natural materials & warm lights. Feast on outstanding food & service in a restaurant for gourmets & cosmopolitans. Enjoy inspiring drinks in a bar & lounge featuring concerts exclusively with great artists living in Berlin.
In this beautiful historic building dating from 1913, which has been restored & rebuild from 2014-2017, the legendary Oranienpalast Café, as it was known at the time, offered its guests great food and outstanding concerts. Reviving this identity, the Orania. Berlin does feature not only timeless beauty & the ultimate in modern comfort in 41 intimate rooms & spacious suites, but also a huge living room featuring a restaurant with an open kitchen & bar, two open fireplaces, and a concert stage with a Steinway D Piano for concerts with great artists living in Berlin. The Literary Salon on the top floor offers breathtaking views of Berlin's skyline and another Steinway Piano for concerts, a library, open fireplace, bar & kitchen. The Salon, equipped with digital boardroom technology, can also be booked for exclusive dinners, events, meetings, book presentations, and record releases.
The Interior Design embraces contradiction, understatement & complexity to create an open & relaxed atmosphere where residents and traveling aesthetes & cultural cognoscenti from all parts of the world will feel equally welcome. A unique mix of local craftsmanship, subtle oriental influences, casual elegance, furnishings designed by Antonio Citterio & Patricia Urquiola, warm lights from Enzo Catellani & precious natural materials from Europe, Africa, Asia & the Americas showcase a cosmopolitan creativity & nonconformist individuality, just like Kreuzberg itself.
Rooms & Suites - The Orania.Retreat Experience - Enjoy a liberating sense of space & privacy. Rest your head in 41 intimate suites & rooms blending the ultimate in contemporary comfort & casual luxury with warm lights, subtle oriental influences & natural materials worldwide.
Dining - Experience outstanding cuisine and discrete service for gourmets and cosmopolitans at Orania.Berlin. Managing director and chef Philipp Vogel has made his career as head chef of renowned restaurants in Shanghai, London, Vienna, and Berlin. In 2014, he was awarded a Michelin star at the Edvard restaurant in Vienna. He is a master in refining the elementary by applying different preparation methods on just three components for each dish. Philipp Vogel‘s latest coup: his well-known Signature Dish, the Xberg Duck. Vogel and his team manage to represent Kreuzberg's multicultural twist in four courses by serving the duck differently.
The Orania Bar Experience - Enjoy an eclectic selection of the artisan brands and crafty compositions of exotic ingredients mixed by Bar Manager Laura Driftmann and his team and experience live Jazz Concerts performed by great artists living in Berlin. The Orania.Bar is one of the most beautiful & lively bars of the city and the ideal overture for visiting the most exciting clubs of Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain.
The Orania Concerts - Concerts with great artists living in Berlin, Tickets are included in the hotel guests' room rate.
Neighborhood - Welcome to Kreuzberg, the creative heart of Berlin. The Orania.Berlin is directly located in the center of Kreuzberg at Oranienplatz. As anyone from the neighborhood will tell you, this district is the most exciting in Berlin. Kreuzberg has long been famed for its cultural diversity and experimental & alternative lifestyles, attracting young people worldwide. The borough is a stage and home for creativity – not only when it comes to music. Here, artists create free spaces for their work in the numerous ateliers and on the streets and backyards, which you can admire on the Street Art Tour. Kreuzberg also has more mainstream offerings. You can find some of Berlin’s most outstanding museums, including the Berlinische Galerie, showing art from 1870 to the present day, the Gropius Bau with temporary exhibitions, the Jewish Museum, and the German Museum Technology.
Or you can spend an exciting evening of contemporary dance, theatre, and performance at one of the three Houses of the Hebbel am Ufer stages. The neighborhood also houses the English Theatre Berlin, the city's only English-language theatre. If you prefer things a little bit more casual, especially in the summer season, there are many open-air cinemas and events just around the corner. Kreuzberg is also famous for its street fairs like MyFest and Carnival of Cultures.