Striking apartment in Berlin with bold colour choices, spacious social spaces and city views through huge windows.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
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We think this smart home captures the essence of present-day Berlin. It's certainly got a playful side — the open kitchen designed to look like a bar pays homage to the city's infamous nightlife — and guests have access to an iPad, Coseley gramophone and a Polaroid camera.
However, there's also a priority put on comfort and wellness. The huge windows in the living space both flood the space with natural light and look out over a green section of Bernauer Strasse that includes part of the Berlin Wall.
There's a Teppanyaki grill for when you want to gather the group together for a sociable dinner, although you can also hire a private chef through the host if you'd prefer to leave it to an expert.
Similarly, it's possible to call around a masseuse or a yoga teacher if you really want to destress. Humboldthain Park is 13 minutes' walk up the road if you want a breath of fresh air, while it's possible to get to Museum Island and the latest exhibitions in eighteen minutes on public transit.
Mitte is the heart of Berlin - where it all began. Packed with some of Berlin’s most popular tourist attractions, it goes without saying that there’s plenty going on in this part of the city - Brandenburger Gate, Berliner Dom, the Reichstag, the Holocaust Memorial, and the cluster of museums on Museum Island are all located within the Mitte neighbourhood making it easy to see a lot in a short time.
As a diverse mix of corporate office buildings and residential apartment complexes, Mitte is primarily populated by affluent people, old and young, families and singles. Despite being a busy part of the city, it also offers an antidote to all the hustle and bustle with atmospheric attractions like Hackescher Markt as well as the stunning walking paths along the picturesque Spree River. If you aren’t scared of heights, the iconic TV tower on Alexanderplatz offers a spinning restaurant with breath-taking views of Berlin.
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