Wood in deep red hues, covetable living areas, and bathrooms drenched in natural light.
Many stylish travelers will instantly equate the name Camper with the funky Spanish footwear brand of the same name. But now that the shoe biz has entered the hotel sphere, it might soon be synonymous with hospitality as well. On the heels of its original location in Barcelona, a Casa Camper can now be found in Berlin's vibrant Mitte district. The 51 functional yet appealing rooms and suites crafted by Fernando Amat and Jordi Tio feature lots of wood, deep red hues, covetable living areas, and bathrooms drenched in natural light. From the outside a utilitarian aesthetic is reinforced by the presence of room numbers emblazoned on the window blinds. While minibars are typically as much a part of a guestroom's layout as, say, a nightstand, here they are shunned entirely. Instead, guests are urged to head upstairs to the 24-hour buffet, where a range of food and drink options are there for the taking without any hassle of a pricey, guilt-inducing bill afterwards.