Sleek and stylish apartment in Berlin, offering large groups an excellent base from which to explore the city.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 50 nights
The Ivory Empress is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
Adventurous. Nostalgic. Sophisticated. The Ivory Empress is all of that and more. Set in a building from the 1900s, its history is celebrated by the light colour palette, gorgeous wooden floors and magnificent works of art. It’s easy to see that the host has an eye for design – most things are sourced from flea markets, with each piece of art and furniture telling a story.
This wonderful apartment sleeps up to 11 guests across five bedrooms, making it ideal for big groups looking to explore Berlin in style.
The sleek living room features comfy sofas and wonderful artwork, and the stylish kitchen has everything you need to whip up delicious feasts for your group. Once you've finished cooking, enjoy meals on the big wooden dining table, where you can while away hours chatting long into the night.
The bedrooms are minimalist and simple, with whitewashed walls and lots of natural light. The super-comfy beds ensure you and your group can all get a great night's sleep, awaking reinvigorated and ready to explore the amazing city of Berlin.
Located right on the border between Kreuzberg and Neukölln in a neighbourhood the locals call Kreuzkölln, this five-bedroom home is in a place where hipster coffee shops meet multicultural Berlin.
Nearby Kreuzberg is one of Berlin’s most popular neighbourhoods, partly because of its easy-to-access location, but also because of its urban atmosphere. It’s the neighbourhood that never seems to sleep due to its vibrant nightlife paired with plenty of casual restaurants, street food and art galleries.
Historically, Kreuzberg was one of the poorest parts of West Berlin, but today it’s transformed into a cultural mecca populated by people from all over the world. Even though it’s packed with green spaces, walking and bicycling paths along the Landwehr Canal and a stunning mix of leafy streets and modern architecture, parts of Kreuzberg are still scruffy - and areas surrounding Kotbusser Tor should be avoided.
Other than its many museums and cultural events spaces, Kreuzberg also has a rich neighbourhood culture with celebrations like The Carnival of Culture that takes place every spring and honours the neighbourhood's multicultural population and heritage with live music, food from around the world and street parades.
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