You can rely on Motel One: The room that provides just the right dose of comfort. The breakfast that leaves little to be desired. The lobby that is eye-catching every time. This is also the case with the redesigned Motel One at Berlin Central Station. Design highlights such as the old station clocks and the seating niches stylized as train compartments play with the hotel location and welcome guests from all over the world. Another eye-catcher are the tracks made of mirrored polished sheet that float above the room and point the way from the entrance to the reception.
The material mix of brass, glass, reclaimed wood, leather and steel create an interior that is both homely and high-quality. The accessories selected arouse many a nostalgic feeling. The installation by artist Christine Schulz above the massive bar counter attracts attention. Printed glass and neon letters, video animations and projections show the movements of trains and people at the train station and even play with different day and night moods.
Towards the inner courtyard, the color concept becomes a little more colorful, velvety green tones creep in, plants hang from the ceiling while the XXL Dome lights by Ingo Maurer conjure up sun-like light in the One Lounge. All in all, once again a place where you like to hang out and end the day. You can rely on that.