Michelberger Façade

We’re hiring!
Doorman/woman

We are looking for the first and the last Michelberger face our guests will see: the doorman / doorwoman… Someone to represent our place in its diversity and preciousness. The job is planned as a mini-job. Responsibilities: Our guests are warmly welcomed and greeted by you upon their arrival, during the stay and the departure. You are able to observe the atmosphere of the public areas and control the entrance ()

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PAIR – Dinner with
Alan & Emily

We’ve planned a series of intimate dinners to showcase the beautiful wines and gorgeous ingredients we get to work with. These evenings, entitled Pair, are curated by our chef Alan Micks and our wine director Emily Harman (vinalupa). The nights are all about collaboration and having fun with food and wine.  The first dinner on Monday 24 July is inspired by a visit to the Mosel our restaurant team recently took. ()

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Richard’s Wild X
Michelberger

The next BBQ in collaboration with our wonderful suppliers is coming up this Sunday 23 July. Last time we grilled alongside The Sausage Man Never Sleeps, this time Guido Richard of Richard’s Wild will bring his wares to the hof. Guido is our hunter, and supplies us with wild deer, wild boar, and foraged herbs and mushrooms, all of which come from the fields of Brandenburg. MENU Roe deer burger, wild rocket, beetroot ()

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MOSEL REPORT – From East
to West & back again

Every week, the restaurant is closed for dinner on Sunday and Monday, so these are usually the days that the evening team kick back at home and refuel for the week to come. Last week, we decided to use our days off to seek out new wines for our menu and learn a little more about what makes German Riesling so delicious.  We drove to unique part of Germany to ()

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Weekend
Wanderings

The turntables will be getting a good workout over the next days… covering the drinks in sound and fine vibrating the food. TONIGHT’s After Work is Before Sunset From 5pm, Hazy Pockets (Joel Isaac Black) makes his Michelberger debut. He’s told us to expect gentle psych balladry, brown-dirt-sludge, swamp-blues, kraut-mechanics, neon-throb, murder-guitars and extended-joke music… At 10pm in the lobby, one of our residents Trujillo, bringing his usual tropical action. SATURDAY’s Gathering  Taking care of the early shift, Roger ()

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We’re Hiring!
Design Intern

We are looking for an intern to work closely with our creative director on graphic design, packaging design, interior design and web design for our hotel as well as the members of the Michelberger family – Fountain of Youth, Michelberger Booze and Michelberger Music. You will be a final-year student or recent graduate and be a self-starter with a curious mind and a desire to succeed. You will be expected to ()

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The
Taula

The first mixers in the clubs of New York and Chicago all had rotary faders. Modern digital versions instead had a slide fader, but in the past five years or so the trend is returning to the analog equipment of the past. One of our resident DJs Andres – AKA DJ Trujilo – heard about a father and son duo manufacturer in Barcelona called Can Electric, who make hand-wired musical equipment. Their mixers, called ()

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New
Wheels

A while ago we spotted some seriously good looking bikes around Berlin. They were from Rakete, who make all their bikes here in the city, and make them to last. They’re a dream to ride and we’re really happy that now our hotel guests get to experience some two wheeled joy too! We have a small fleet of these beauties which can be rented from reception.

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The Odd Gig – Edition 3
Cera Khin

From Berlin via Tunisia, Cera Khin has quickly made a name for herself as a selector able to find the finest thread between disparate sounds. Connecting the dots between modern club and experimental music as well as musique concrète, dub and dancehall styles in an effortless way. Cera will join us next Monday 17 July for the third instalment of The Odd Gig, a monthly at the hotel where we invite ()

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Thank you
to The Havels…

…for that beautiful and intimate performance. It’s always a treat to watch and listen to musicians who work together the way these two do.