The hotel advertises itself as “a balance of classic and modern, trendy and mainstream”, attracting “globetrotters and fashionistas”. If you book on the Smart Rate you will get it for 130.50 Euros a night. 166 “guests” from Syria, Afghanistan and Turkey now live there for free. According to Bild’s report following a request to the State Office for Refugees (LAF), there should be 166.
Of course, it’s only free for asylum seekers. The cost should be borne by the taxpayers. At an average of 57 euros, the report continues. Food money is not included in this amount. What Build continues to report is explosive. “The houses are known for their extravagant and expensive furnishings and are therefore extremely unsuitable as refuge accommodation,” it says. The influx of migrants is said to have postponed planned renovations.
However, Dormero himself did not come up with the idea of becoming a refuge residence. LAF was ordered to rent out as many hotels as possible. A total of 960 asylum seekers have already been accommodated in hostels and hotels, and places for 540 are being sought. Hoteliers will definitely benefit from this. The hotel on Kurfüstendamm collects 9,462 euros per day and 283,860 euros per month.