Located in the heart of Berlin, Germany’s capital and cultural epicentre, a stay at Gorki Apartments is a cosmopolitan choice for those who like to work and play.
Off the beaten track from the ordinary hotel environment in Berlin’s trendy Mitte district, Gorki Apartments offers 34 individually designed apartments as well as two luxury penthouses with unsurpassed levels of style and comfort in a historical ‘Gründerzeit‘ ambiance. Guests can choose to stay anywhere from one night to six months or more.
The distinct and luxury interior of the apartments was styled by the French-German interior designer Sandra Pauquet in collaboration with architect Kim Wang. Classic design pieces by Eiermann, Dixon, Hansen, and Knoll are mixed with vintage finds from local flea markets and contemporary items, representing a quirky Berlin spirit. To support the apartment building ambiance, the designers have replaced all room numbers in the building with fictitious names. In addition, every apartment has its very own doorbell and mailbox.
Guests of the Gorki Apartments reside under a pseudonym, remaining anonymous and nearly undisturbed should they so choose. But they also have the option to take advantage of all the modern amenities of a luxury hotel, from a full-service concierge to daily cleaning and room service.
Strong partnerships and trust-filled collaborations reflect the integrity of the entire staff at the Gorki Apartments. The network is to be extended further in the future. The German fashion label Odeeh contributed exclusively designed pillow cases for the apartments. The cleaning staff uniforms have been provided by Wood Wood, a fashion label based in Denmark, and cosmetics are by the well-known organic line Dr. Bronner’s. Tea is provided in each of the apartments from the local Berlin-based brand Paper & Tea, and even the flowers at the front desk are provided weekly by the bespoke florist, Mary Lennox. To top it off, Gorki Apartments offers its guests the luxury of using bikes — specially designed and made by the Finnish factory Pelago — to explore the city.
The urban environment of the Gorki Apartments is a great fit for the building, its staff, and the future residents. Located in Weinbergsweg near Rosenthaler Platz, residents of the Gorki Apartments can mingle with the young start-up society that brought the Silicon Valley flair to Berlin. Additionally, Rosenthaler Platz is a great starting point to explore the various neighbourhoods of the city. Every destination can be reached easily with Berlin’s extensive public transportation network. Shopping opportunities, dining options, and many of the city’s historical sites are just a stone’s throw away.
Apartments start at €195 per night for a studio. Apartment sizes vary between 226 and 540 square feet. The two penthouses offer two and three bedrooms respectively, together with roof-decks with expansive views of the city.
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