25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Review

Bed and hammock in hotel

I was very excited about arriving in Berlin.  Not only were the next 24 hours going to be a lot of fun, but the hotel also looked like it was going to be pretty amazing too.  I was going to be staying at the 25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, and it already looked like one of those hotels that I wouldn’t want to leave.

25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Building with Logo

25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Review

First Impressions

As I arrived, guests of the Hotel Bikini Berlin were enjoying a beer in the sunshine and I have to admit I was a little jealous. Unfortunately time wasn’t on my side, and after a friendly and quick check-in at 25hours Berlin I was taken to my room in a very digitally psychedelic lift.

I followed the concierge into possibly one of the coolest hotel corridors I’ve ever seen.  Neon lights lit up the gangway and displayed the numbers over the doors, in this artistically industrial space.  I couldn’t possibly imagine what the 25Hours Bikini hotel room was going to be like, but one thing is for certain, my curiosity was peaked.

neon numbers and Black hotel corridor with industrial feel inside 25 hours hotel berlin

Jungle Hotel Room – 25h Berlin

The black theme of the corridor continued into the jungle hotel room as I passed the toilet and shower area.  Then the hotel room opened out into something more colourful before overlooking the monkey enclosure in Berlin Zoo through a wall of glass.

Bed and hammock in 25h hotel berlin

I fell in love with the Bikini Berlin Hotel room immediately and desperately wanted to explore every nook and cranny.  Sadly time was pressing on and I was meeting friends for lunch at ki-NOVA.  I had just enough time to empty the 25hours Bikini Berlin goodie bag on the bed, admire the hammock in the window and freshen up a little before heading out the door.  I was really looking forward to being back at the 25 hours Bikini Berlin later, after all, that bed was particularly inviting.

bikini hotel berlin bed with quote on pillow saying 'lets spend the night together'

I grabbed a few minutes to explore the Berlin Bikini hotel reception, and enjoyed watching one of the younger hotel guests lounging in one of the hammocks suspended there.  I knew my young girls would love getting in the hammocks, but they might not appreciate that you are meant to stay there a while and relax.

hammocks inside the reception of 25hours hotel bikini berlin

We were going to be busy in Berlin on this short break, and the 25 Hours Berlin hotel was in a great location for getting around. Getting to the 25 hours hotel bikini berlin from the airport by bus was really straight forward, and there are plenty of public transport options nearby.  You simply need to take the bus and get off at the stop marked Zoologischer Garten and the hotel is just a few minutes walk.

colourful seats and cushions at the monkey bar at 25 hour bikini hotel berlin

Monkey Bar Bikini Berlin

We took the S-Ban home after a fun night out with the Chamäleon Theatre and decided to enjoy one final night cap in the Monkey Bar.  During the day the Monkey Bar is relaxed with a bohemian style. It sits on the 10th floor of the 25 hours hotel Bikini Berlin, and at night it becomes a very popular spot with both hotel guests and locals with its fun atmosphere and fantastic views over the Berlin skyline.

We only stopped for one drink, as everyone was itching to get back to their hotel rooms.  It turned out the hotel 25 hours berlin had made an impression on everyone on the trip.

I put on the heated floor and enjoyed using the on trend industrial bathroom that looked out towards Berlin Zoo and using the eco friendly toiletries that constantly reminded you to save water.  They worked a treat as I was far more conscious of letting water poor down the drain needlessly as I carried out my evening rituals.

bed and open plan bathroom at hotel 25 berlin

I savoured sinking into the super king sized bed to enjoy a little late night news on the wall mounted flat screen TV.  It was a great bed with crisp linen and a soft duvet that hugged you to sleep.  I slept pretty well, all be it not for as many hours as I would have liked.

25 Hours Hotel Berlin Breakfast

The alarm went off far to early, but I was keen to go and enjoy the hotel breakfast in the Neni restaurant on the 10th floor.  The sun was pouring through the windows and most of the hotel guests were still asleep missing out on the glorious sunshine.

View from 25hours berlin restaurant over berlin zoo

The food complimented the hotel 25 hours berlin perfectly. I enjoyed smoked salmon and scrabbled eggs along side my morning coffee whilst catching up with the other travel bloggers on the trip.  It was a gentle awakening after the busy day we had arriving in Berlin.

plate of smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and toast with coffee and juice at 25h hotel berlin

I headed back to my hotel room to pack up my things, feeling sad to be saying goodbye to the 25 hours Berlin so soon.  I would have liked to have stayed until the required check out time, but this was also my first visit to Berlin and I was keen to get in some sightseeing before flying home.  I took the psychedelic lift back to reception and checked out, hoping to be back at 25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin again one day soon, but hopefully with the family.

We were guests of 25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin in exchange for this review as apart of our 24 Hours in Berlin experience with Chamäleon Theatre but all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

25Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Review - A Fun & Exciting Hotel in Berlin

Zena Goldman

Zena Goldman is a UK based travel, family & lifestyle blogger who left her 9-5 job behind in the not-for-profit sector to follow her creative dreams and enjoy a more flexible family life. She began writing Zena’s Suitcase in 2011 and shares the holidays and adventures she goes on with (and without) her 2 young daughters. She wishes her son would join them more often but he’s carving out his own dreams now and enjoying university life. Since beginning Zena’s Suitcase she has worked with a number of brands and also has a regular monthly feature in the ASDA Good Living Magazine feature, ‘Ask The Expert’ where she shares helpful parenting tips. In 2018 she was also a finalist in the prestigious BIBs Awards for Social Media.

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19 Discussion to this post

  1. Helen says:

    What a unique place to stay – I love staying in places like this! Adds to the experience and can make the whole holiday/stay a lot more exciting 🙂
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  2. Talya says:

    Wow this looks so cool and definitely my kind of place to stay – you had me at the in-room hammock!

  3. Sian says:

    Wow! This place looks really cool. I was going to book AirB&B when I take my hubby on a surprise trip to Berlin later this year – think I’ll book this place now!

  4. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    Oh wow! I so want to visit Berlin and now stay in this very unique hotel. I love the idea of hammocks to lounge in!

  5. Lorna Ledger says:

    Wow! Lovely hotel, like the chill out areas x

  6. Oh wow I am super jealous, this looks amazing! That black corridor is so unique, it looks like such a fun and exciting place to stay!
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  7. WOW! This places looks so cool. I just love the corridor with the room numbers. And a big wow that you over looked the zoo. The hammock in the window is a lovely touch. First thoughts were why Bikini? Do you see people wandering around in Bikinis? I’d love to go to Berlin. My nephew lives there. Lovely.

  8. That has to be one of the coolest lifts I have ever seen and I like the jungle bedroom theme as well. Glad that you had fun x
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  9. Fi Ni Neachtain says:

    What a cool and unique looking hotel. I love the decor there. The hammocks look amazing!

  10. This hotel looks amazing! I love the neon signs and industrial corridor! xx

  11. Joanna says:

    What a lovely unique place to stay I’m loving the decor especially the hammocks.
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  12. Kaitlynn says:

    This hotel looks awesome! My husband wants to go to Berlin soon. Maybe we’ll be staying here too! Sounds like the kids loved it. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  13. Unconventional and stylish, what a great idea well executed
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  14. Natalia says:

    oh wow! that’s a very unique hotel, it looks really cool x

  15. Jen says:

    Gosh, I do like the look of this place. Modern, and almost quirky. Love the hammocks.

  16. Kerry norris says:

    Looks like a funky hotel. Love the hammocks. I do find the black corridor a bit scary though lol x

  17. Lindsey says:

    This hotel looks like an amazng adventure in itself!

  18. MARGARET gallagher says:

    Oh looks amazing
    Would love to visit -think I’d just stay inside❤

  19. Kayleigh Watkins says:

    Oh wow!! What an incredible hotel, I’m not sure on the black corridor but love the room and accessories and overlooking the monkeys would keep my children entertained all day while I Sat and had a beer in the sun ? xxx

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