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Gorki Apartments Berlin

Gorki Apartments Berlin

Contacts

Country: Germany

City: Berlin

Address: Weinbergsweg 25, Berlin, 10119, Germany.

Phone number: +49 30 48 49 64 80

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This is not just another hotel bathroom..
This is not just another hotel bathroom..
In the heart of Berlin #GorkiApartments offers 34 individ...
In the heart of Berlin #GorkiApartments offers 34 individ...
After an 8hr train journey we are all quite happy to chec...
After an 8hr train journey we are all quite happy to chec...
Designed for endless mornings #gorkiapartments #berlin
Designed for endless mornings #gorkiapartments #berlin
Last weekend I visited Berlin for the first time in my li...
Last weekend I visited Berlin for the first time in my li...
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Berlin, Germany Gorki Apartments  @gorkiapartme...
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Matri’s box-spring beds can be found in several trendy gu...
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Wishing I had a corner like this in my room to think abou...

Reviews

#1
World Class apartment accommodation in Berlin
Arriving in Berlin to be greeted by management of these apartments with Gluhwein and traditional shortbread biscuits was lovely but seeing the quality of the accommodation was even better. Impeccably maintained and clean, all the amenities was of the highest standard. The assistance given to us to locate great restaurants, shopping and Christmas markets by the staff was also superb! They could not do more to help us. I would recommend Goki Apartments in Berlin wholeheartedly.
Review by mariaburwood

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#2
What a gem!
stayed 3 nights here over the New Years Eve celebration in the two bedroom/two bath top floor apartment. Wow! Everything was lovely. Big kitchen, great coffee, comfortable beds and linens, beautiful bathrooms. We especially loved the breakfast choices, there is an option to pay for breakfast vouchers and each of the restaurants had it's own character and uniqueness. Though we had our own apartment, as if in a B and B the rooms were serviced daily, which was like the best of both worlds. We walked everywhere in the city from our base in the Gorki. Thank you everyone! We wouldn't stay anywhere else when we return to Berlin!
Review by sscncadams

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#3
Nice stay but more of an AirBnB experience
Overall I had a nice stay, and I think staying at this property is great if you prefer more of an AirBnB experience over a traditional hotel one. The room had a kitchenette with an espresso maker and tea. The room was large and beautifully decorated. The bathroom had a nice shower, good shower products, and a Dyson hairdryer. Reception/concierge were fairly quick to respond and were helpful via WhatsApp but there were a couple minor things that could have been improved. It's a little noisy even on higher floors if you sleep in late; sometimes I woke up to housekeeping in the halls or recycling in the courtyard, so I would recommend bringing earplugs if you're a light sleeper. Location is in Mitte, a nice, quieter area with coffee shops and restaurants. Location is good for accessing the major tourists sites but a little bit further from some of the popular bar areas.
Review by Cait

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Description

Location
The apartments are pretty much right on Rosenthaler Platz. You can walk to Alexanderplatz and the Museum Island in 20-25 minutes respectively, and the nearby tram and U-Bahn – while a bit noisy at night if you’re in the front rooms – can whisk you anywhere you want to go in the city. There are abundant shops, restaurants, cafes and more right outside the front door.

Style & character
Set inside a 19th-century residential building in Mitte and accessed by a street-facing door that passes through a beautifully renovated hallway, the apartments have an immediately homely feel. This is enhanced by the fictive names bestowed upon each room, an associated doorbell and mailbox and the lovely Gründerzeit (wealthy 19th-century) visual styling inside the rooms.

Service & facilities
The in-room kitchen and abundant restaurants and bars in the area means you won’t even notice the lack of any on-site restaurant or bar.
Though there are no public areas to speak of, the young, friendly staff run an iConcierge, whereby you can Whatsapp them any time to order drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and groceries to the room, to get directions or sightseeing tips when you’re out and about, or to rent you a trendy vintage bike. They also offer a glass of bubbly on arrival as an extra welcoming touch.

Rooms
Designed by interior expert Sandra Pauquet and architect Kim Wang, the standard apartments vary in size from quite small to very decent. Each comes with swish and comfortable bedroom, bathroom and dining areas that are peppered with classic design pieces (Eiermann, Hansen) as well as flea market finds, arty photos and chic lamps and funky printed cushions by local companies like Odeeh.
Bathrooms, most of which are open-plan with the bedroom have tubs, have gorgeous sea-green tiles and eco-friendly products from the likes of Dr. Bronner.
If you’re looking for some bling (or just more space), rent one of the two spacious penthouses which come with private roof decks and nearly 200 square-metres of living space.

Food & drink
There is no breakfast available on site, but a selection can be had at various partner restaurants nearby for €13,50 (£12): a full plate of cheeses, cold cuts, fruits and a bread basket plus a boiled egg, fresh juice and two hot beverages at Gorki café downstairs; a classic or veggie breakfast plus a juice and drink at Café Fleury; and at health spot Daluma over the road, muesli or buckwheat porridge, a juice or smoothie plus a hot beverage.
There’s no shortage of dining spots in the area: you could literally lunch for a week at a different place without leaving the lower part of the street. The same choice is available for bars, with everything from low-key pubs to high end rooftop bars within a kilometre stroll.


Value for money
Double rooms from £125 in low season; and from £350 in high. Breakfast is €13,50 (£12) per person per day at one of the nearby partner cafes, and for an additional charge of € (£9)10 it can also be delivered to the apartment. Free Wi-Fi.

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