historic relevance, a vast cultural legacy and a flourishing creative scene that make it one of europe's most popular destinations, berlin thrives as never before. as a result its infrastructure is changing and expanding on many levels. the new international airport may still not be operational, but hey, let's not dwell on details. new retail and hospitality have transformed many parts of berlin's downtown neighbourhoods, and cool new establishments are popping up by the week. officially opening today in the happening mitte district is gorki apartments, a new hospitality concept in an early 19th-century building, featuring 35 beautifully designed apartments and two luxury penthouses with unsurpassed levels of style and comfort. a collab effort by interior designer sandra pauquet and architect kim wang, the setting at each of the gorki apartments is different and with a homey vibe of their own.
the contemporary design has been mixed and matched with items by leading brands such as design pieces by eiermann, tom dixon, knoll and fritz hansen, or carefully sourced vintage pieces. the property's concept has been developed with a keen eye for aesthetic quality. german fashion label odeeh has designed pillow cases especially for the new property, staff are clad in wood wood, toiletries are provided by dr bronner's, and last but not least, as a guest you'll be able to use a stylish pelago bike to navigate around town. did you say internet access? wifi is available too, obviously! mind you, gorki apartments is located amidst some of berlin's coolest shops, bars and restaurants, making it even more ideal for a short stay or an extended sojourn in this amazing city. location: weinbergsweg 25 [mitte].