A grand flat on Berlin's grandest boulevard. A historic exterior and quality interior suitable for up to 4 people. Five star master bed - fully stocked gourmet kitchen - Japanese soaking bath and balcony; spacious, comfortable and luxurious.
late check out and late check in to be requested,
for additional fee
Remodeled and appointed with period and new Italian furniture in 2013 by one of Germany’s foremost interior and product designers Heike Muehlhaus.
- 76sqm/ 845 sqft,
- hard wood flooring
- ceiling fans in each room
- open plan kitchen with dining and living area
- spacious hall with large mirrors and barre
- two bedrooms
- feather pillows + duvets
- bed linen and extra blankets
- full bath
- rain shower
- heated towel bars
- small towel, bath towel, facecloth, bath robe + slippers for each person
- separate water closet
- free parking on premises
- king size 5 star hotel bed in master bedroom
- 2 queen size fold out beds in second bedroom
- hotel quality linen and towels (changed weekly)
- high speed wireless internet
- TV/DVD player/CD player/ radio
- fully equipped with induction cooker, oven, microwave, side by side refrigerator with filtered ice and water, dishwasher, toaster, Italian coffee machine, complete cooking and dining utensils
- washer, iron and ironing board
Interaction with guests
Information about public transport,
shopping, favorite restaurants and activities available upon request
Other things to note
The fall of the Berlin wall has set in motion an explosion of city development. Unequalled in Europe with 270 major building projects and countless building restorations in the former East Berlin, the city is a Mecca for architecture lovers: from the classicism of 19th century Schinkel to the ultra-modern by more than 150 internationally renowned architects.
Karl Marx Allee /Frankfurter Allee (initially called Stalin Allee) was a flagship building project of East Germany's reconstruction programme after World War II. It was designed by the architects Hermann Henselmann, Hartmann, Hopp, Leucht, Paulick and Souradny to contain spacious and luxurious apartments for plain workers, as well as shops, restaurants, cafés, a tourist hotel and an enormous cinema (the International). The boulevard later found favour with postmodernists: Philip Johnson describing it as 'true city planning on the grand scale', while Aldo Rossi called it 'Europe's last great street. Since German reunification most of the buildings, including the two towers, have been restored.
It is the biggest monument of Europe.
We offer a high-end apartment and wish you a perfect stay. Unfortunately, this is a "Non smoking apartment." Luckily we can provide a balcony for smoking.
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