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If you pride yourself in knowing German history but haven’t come across Hotel Gat Point Charlie, then you are missing out. The hotel which has a typical Berlin industrial structure was at the time the home and shelter of the Ministry of State Security also known as the STASI, the heart of the Cold War with more than 60,000 secret agents
The hotel is located in the central vicinity of Mitte, right next to Check Point Charlie, the most famous Berlin wall crossing between 1945 and 1990. In just 10 minutes you can reach Brandenburger Gate, the Museum Island and the Holocaust Memorial. If you are looking for shops, restaurants and bars, Friedrichstrasse is literally round the corner
Thanks to the innovative and contemporary vision of the architectural studio Boopba, Gat Point Charlie can offer you 140 rooms tastefully designed to make out of your stay the most pleasant experience possible. The minimalist decor will make all the troubles fade away, there’s no room for problems!
Gat Point Charlie stands for friendship! It has been designed from start to finish with the thought of obtaining something enjoyable out of your stay. Be curious, be playful, be green, be friendly, be loyal and be smart…just like a cat! We will always be loyal to our cat spirit and will also make sure our offer provides a cozy, city centred, value-conscious and affordable cushion
Mireille Ripoll etches and plays around with a single matrix, until it surrenders – in both the literal and figurative senses, letting forms emerge as they emerge, like automatic writing, without thinking, in an organic, instinctive way.
Ayumi Miyano is a Berlin based photographer from Japan (1988) who is currently part of the GlogauAIR artist residence program.
Ayumi can reveal her true personality in photographs being her goal to shake the inner life of the viewers.
“nostalgic noise”, an exhibition at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie from November 17th to January the 8th.
Sonia Camacho is a Berlin-based illustrator and artist born Seville, Spain (1980), who currently is developing illustration and design projects in Europe.
Experimenting with illustration techniques based on the execution of simple yet powerful portraits, the effects are based in the dexterity of the drawing, the capture of the psychological moment, and the originality of her compositions.
RADIOGRAFIA, an exhibition of the illustrated songs, at the Gat Point Charlie from September the 16th to November the 6th.
4 days, 9 instagramers.
This has been #TheGatExperience.
A new vision of Berlin and GatRooms.
Find here some of the pictures that @aenade,
@msubirats, @nicanorgarcia, @franvat, @lluisillo.photo, @roldixbcn, @olgavimo, @jeplluis and @sil8 have shared with us. From the 30th of July to the 2nd of August 2015.
The exhibition took Berlin as a starting point to reflect the process of discovering a city from the perspective of the one that arrive from abroad. This experience was structured in three modules - The arrival, The glances and The myth & the sleep, distributed in 23 works of different artists, Berliners and not Berliners.
From the 20th of April to the 29th of May of 2015 at the Embassy of Spain in Berlin (exhibition) and at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie (installation)
Organized by Gat Rooms to support new photography talents.
The competition was framed within the project berlin berlin berlin, 3 visions 1 city, a collective exhibition that took place in between the Hotel Gat Point Charlie and the Spanish Embassy in Berlin.
The 3 categories corresponded with the 3 views that anyone can have about the city of Berlin: the #gatberliner, the #gattraveller & the #gatgreeted
The award ceremony took place at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie on the 22nd of April 2015
Adrià (1985) studied both graphic design and sculpture. After working for some years as an art director in Barcelona for adventising agencies, he moved to Berlin where he focused his attention in illustration and tattooing. His mix of disciplines can be found in the pursuit of balance between simple lines and volumes filled with textures, trademark of his work, which displays an interesting two-sided influence flavored with some recognizable elements of Surrealism and Medieval religious Art. At the Gat Point Charlie from February to April 2015.
Sergio Frutos' production moves somewhere in between the figurative and the abstrac and the exhibition at the Gat Point Charlie Hotel is a very good example. A selection of his “Natural History” and “Fake Diary” series can be seen on the walls of our Room Room while a wonderful miscellany of his “Interference Paterns” can be enjoyed at our breakfast area. From the 26th of November 2014 to the 26th of January 2015.
Carlos Collado (Barcelona 1977) : “It moves me to observe people looking at something or someone. Perhaps it is because I identify with the person that stops to contemplate that which has caught their attention. I find that the attitude of observing the unknown and following it with the gaze reveals individuals as they truly are”. Magic Rooms & Compemplatio, are two series of photographs that were shown at the Gat Point Charlie Hotel between the 24th of September and the 29th of October 2014.
From the 27th March until the 27th May 2014, the hotel Gat Point Charlie has dedicated exhibition space to the Spanish painter Emilio Fornieles (born 1975 in Terrasa). Emilio Fornieles is a mentee of the Nobel laureate in literature José Saramago, and this opening allows our guests as well as the general public the unique opportunity of getting closer to the painter and his amazing work. Viewers will be able to enjoy series such as: “Angelitos Negros”, “Flores de Lupanar”, “Lenguaje subjetivo” and “The Wave”.
The exhibition Wege ums Kino took place at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie from the 20th November until the 1st December 2013. Wege ums Kino was an exhibition of up and raising Spanish talents that took the wide world of the cinema as a starting point to elaborate a series of reflexions, re-readings and interpretations about the cinematic experience and its ability to express and produce emotions. The exhibition was built in eight theme modules, distributed among areas like the hotel lobby, the old hotel restaurant, 5 rooms on the 1st floor and the women’s toilet downstairs. These modules structured the journey through the exhibition as if it was a movie to facilitate its comprehension for the visitors.
A touch of local culture has sneaked in Gat Point Charlie to let the city go with you every minute. We are loyal to every Gat City food culture. We buy local products and work with local suppliers who bring their own vision in everything we do
Use free Wi-Fi connection to post your tweets and instagrams any time you want, check your mail or surf the net. And do it dancing your favourite tune, through the ipod station in your room
We know you are a culture-eater, and try to feed you with only the best. Our well-trained staff, is always ready to give you a tip about the hottest places to go such as new galleries, restaurants or cultural events
Room Room has been designed as a flexible area, which adapts itself to every customer. You can have cocktails, snacks and sandwiches at any given time. We will even adapt our common areas to host corporate events
"Get lost at your own pace", this is part of our philosophy. That is why we open as many windows as possible to provide you a green environment in every Gat city.
The AVAN Restaurant serves Asian specialties in the hotel Gat Point Charlie. Owner and chef Huy serves Asian specialties as an experimental cross-over cuisine . Huy likes to combine the traditional cuisine of Vietnam with modern and international recipes for new dishes.
Gat Rooms has designed a web application to help you discover the city, the cool & hidden spots, to make out of your day & night time a unique experience. You can also look it up if you have already left the city. This is a great way of staying in touch, don’t you think?
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