On all three of my visits to Berlin I have been lucky enough to stay at the wonderful Almodovar Hotel. There are so many things I love about Almodovar Hotel that keep me coming back: the beautiful decor, the friendly staff, the eco concept, the rooftop spa… and most of all the incredible vegan breakfast served at their resident restaurant – Bistro Bardot.
On this trip, my friend Anna and I spent 3 nights at Almodovar staying in a stunning Spa Suite. It was the perfect place for two vegan gals to stay whilst exploring the city as not only is the hotel itself amazing for all of the aforementioned reasons, but it is also in a great location. Almodovar is a short walk from Ostkreuz station, lots of thrift shops, Veganz 100% vegan supermarket and lots of vegan eateries including our favourite late night burger spot – Yoyo Food World.
We had the most wonderful stay and I’m so happy to be able to share more details with you as I truly cannot recommend Almodovar enough.
Almodovar’s hotel rooms are beautifully decorated in a minimal, natural style with wooden furniture sourced from sustainably managed forests. Not only is the furniture super stylish and eco-friendly, it is insanely comfy too. The beds are so comfy in fact that we found getting up in the morning very difficult. The only thing that incentivised us was the thought of the delicious vegan breakfast buffet!
Photo by Anna Lenda
We were absolutely blown away when we walked into our room and saw that we had an in-room sauna. It felt so luxurious being able to relax in the comfort of our own room after busy days exploring the city and stuffing our faces with vegan burgers. On previous visits, I’ve always stayed in a standard room, and even though there is no in-room sauna, the luxury of relaxing in a sauna is still available to all guests, by heading up to the beautiful, tranquil rooftop spa and making use of the huge sauna which has great views over the city.
Photo by Anna Lenda
Not only are the rooms stunningly decorated, comfy & luxurious, they’re also eco-friendly in so many ways, with all electricity used from renewable sources and the omission of a mini-bar due to how wasteful it can be.
To see more details of our beautiful room, you can watch our room tour on my YouTube channel here:
All of the food served in Almodovar’s resident restaurant, Bistro Bardot, is vegetarian, with the majority being vegan, and their vegan breakfast buffet is out of this world. They offer veganised versions of traditional German dishes such as currywurst and breakfast meats, and I have to say our daily breakfast at Almodovar was one of the highlights of our trip.
The buffet is so abundant of delicious plant foods that there really is something for everyone. Some of our daily favourites included: hot drinks with a variety of plant milks, fresh juice, croissants and waffles with chocolate spread, faux meats, bread with vegan spread, currywurst and scrambled tofu, hummus and olive tapenade; and healthy girl Anna also enjoyed coconut yoghurt with fruit and cereals. Typing that out made me super hungry and desperate to go back for another Almodovar breakfast of dreams!
If you fancy getting major food envy too, you can watch my full tour of the vegan options at Bistro Bardot’s breakfast buffet here:
Almodovar Hotel really has got everything I could want in a hotel and I am so grateful that they kindly gifted us one night’s stay on this trip. As always all opinions are 100% my own and all previous trips have been fully paid for.
If you’d like to book a stay at the most dreamy vegan hotel, you can book direct on their website here: almodovarhotel.de