Welcome to Amano hotels

The Amano Group has to be one of the coolest hotel chains in Berlin. I was lucky to try out the Mani and Amano Grand Central hotels and loved it. They both have the same, classy feel and play with dark contrasts in their contemporary interior.

  • Amano Grand Central
    • Heidestraße 62, 10557 Berlin (Mitte)
    • Berlin Central Station (S-Bahn, U-Bahn, bus & tram)
  • Hotel Mani
    • Torstraße 136, 10119 Berlin (Mitte)
    • Rosenthaler Platz (U-Bahn, bus & tram)
  • http://www.amanogroup.de/en

Hotel Mani

Hotel Mani receptionMani is the smallest hotel of the lot and is located in the heart of Berlin Mitte since 2011. The interior is realised by the renowned Berlin interior designers Esther Bruzkus. A real eye-catcher when you enter the lobby is the green marbled fireplace that blends in perfectly with library and reception. There some kind of mysterious atmosphere and the curiosity to discover the rooms rises.

I think there’s no better way to describe the rooms than Amano already does on their own website. But I’ll give it a try… They’re just as chic as you expect them to be. Think parquet, leather finishing and comfy beds.

Don’t worry about the busy road along the hotel by the way, all the rooms are superbly soundproofed. When we closed the windows it even felt like the room was sucked vacuum, haha! Either way, a good night’s rest is guaranteed.

Amano Grand Central

This hotel is close to Berlin Central Station, so it’s easily accessible. With its 250 rooms it’s the biggest hotel of the Amano group but it still manages to remain faithful to the group’s vision.

The main differences between Mani and Grand Central is the fitness with a view on the government district and one of the coolest rooftop terraces with bar I’ve been to. Make sure you have a look at all the photos below.

Breakfast also leaves no wish unfulfilled: different sorts of (gluten-free) bread, veggie’s, (dried) fruit, yogurt and cereals. And eggs & bacon (my boyfriend made me add this, haha). Brunch-worthy in other words 🙂

Either way, I suggest you give it a try, you won’t regret it!

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