HotelKlee is a four-star superior hotel where guests not only experience a high standard of comfort but are captivated by its unique design as well. The hotel's design was inspired by the work of master painter Paul Klee. Beautifully coordinated colors from Klee's palette provide an artistic and inspiring atmosphere. HotelKlee is a unique, fully air-conditioned business hotel, tucked away in a quiet area southwest of Berlin's city center. Friedenau is a wealthy, established district with an excellent infrastructure and convenient connection to public transportation. The popular Kurfürstendamm high-end shopping district is just a few train stops away, while the busy shopping street, Schlosstraße, is within walking distance. The hotel restaurant is linked to the famous café "Bundeseck", which was located in the building. In the 60s and 70s, the café was a meeting place of the literary scene. Among other patrons were Günter Grass, Max Halbe and Max Frisch. The café was a magnet for enthusiastic debaters. The famous political debate group, "The Working Circle of Revolutionary Writers ", was founded in the café.