Berlin is adapting to its role as a European hub of creativity with its increasingly flexible accommodation options, encouraging more out-of-towners to make the city their home. Soho House Berlin Lofts are pitched at mid- and long-term tenants who want to enjoy the Berlin experience to the full, offering a perfect place for entertaining and even arranging on-site live music events.
These apartments are part of a property that includes a hotel and private members’ club, and are dressed to impress. Spread out over a roomy 250sqm, each has a grand piano, home cinema system with a 75” TV, a fussball table, a fully-stocked bar, vintage decks and speakers, personal chefs on call – you get the idea. Party pads par excellence. The building is a Bauhaus belter which was seized by the Communist Party to house its records department in the post-war division, later returned to the original owners on reunification. With this kind of swank happening the ideology is obviously leaning towards capitalism these days, and with the lofts renting for up to €1,500 per night, expect some famous neighbours.