For this vast city of diverse and wee-hour nightlife, Spacey has two simple words: "Soho House." The man is certainly loyal with his tastes. The continental outpost of the private club is spread across eight floors of a restored Bauhaus building that has housed everything from a Weimar-era department store to the Communist Party archives, which held the secrets of the secret police. Rooms once known for storing Stasi surveillance gear now feature vintage records players and a curated selection of vinyl. The hotel bridges what used to be West and East Berlin, in the heart of the city's thriving Mitte district. In addition to its restaurants and bars, Soho House Berlin's 40 guest rooms make it perfect for not just post-theater dining – the kitchen serves everything from Italian-influenced black summer truffle risotto to old-school schnitzel – but also has a full après-theater weekend. Food is available until midnight, with pizza available till 1 a.m. on Sundays, and 3 a.m. the rest of the week. [Soho House Berlin; Torstraße 1, Berlin, Germany, +49 (0) 30-40-50-440]