Known as a luxury escape, ‘schloss’ in German means ‘palace’, and we can guarantee that it’s impossible not to feel like a prince or princess in this high-end hospitality project! Located in a private residential area of Grenewald, it will bring cozyness, elegance and relax moments to those that are in a business trip or decided to go away from the busy city life.
Built in 1911, the secluded hotel has more of 100 years of history with a French’s Renaissance style of the palaces from the 18th century. No wonder it was named ‘Palace Hotel’. Ready to deliver a unique experience to all visitors. Patrick designed a place where it could be possible to have a beautiful view of the garden from all the bedrooms and suites of the palace. Read a nice book in near the garden, have a 5-star meal in the hotel’s restaurant, release your stress at the gym, or have a great relaxing massage in in the hotel’s spa. It’s time to check the amazing work of Patrick!
📍 SchlossHotel Berlin
One night at this amazing hotel is a free ticket to the past, without leaving the present. Confused? It is the perfect merge between two different ages that will transform this stay into a memorable and unique moment. The elegance and sophistication of the centenary palace with a touch of contemporary and modern styles.
Classic Interior House Design from the European culture, and we can consider that this is a final result of a mix of different aesthetics: Victorian, Art Deco, Greek and Roman. The design pieces of this particular style are a combination of modern and classic desing, with a glam of minimalistic and modern style.
LOUNGE AREA, RESTAURANT, BAR & SPA
The main color of this style is brown, beiige, back, gray, silver and grayest blue shades. Here we can see a beautiful set of mid-century modern furnishing adding a special touch to this lounge area.
The high-contrast combination is sophisticated and dramatic. You can combine the color of furniture, space, decorations to create the perfect modern classic style. To make this style even more atrractive, Patrick Hellmann displayed several nice accessories, but not exaggerating it.