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One night in Berlin only? Here are our 7 personal favorite spots for your stay even if you look for a one night stand only or want to explore the Bunker in Berlin and visit one the most amazing exhibition in the word.

BERLIN Celine Aagaard

Hvor bor du, hvor spiser du frokost, hvilket galleri skal du besøke og hvor diskuterer du kunst, kultur og svada etterpå over en kaffe?  Her er våre 7 tips for en helgetur til Berlin, og linker til våre tidligere Berlin-guider.


One night in Berlin, only? Or one week? Gorki Appartment is the place. A second home, in the heart of Berlin, Mitte. Gorki offers 35 unique rooms and two penthouses filled with contemporary design. The apartment hotel is recommended in Louis Vuitton City Guide for Berlin, by New York Times and GQ. The staff is super nice, and you just don`t want to leave when youre offered that last bier cmplimentary in the lobby, while waiting for your taxi to the airport.

Read more in our article here.


The Roamers -located in Neukölln, Pannierstr. 64 is a perfect place for lunch and hungry eyes. This place is always busy, and they don`t take reservations, but so worth a visit. Think: Farm house style with a breeze of California. The Portions are big, and perfect to share. Grab a a fresh juice, a local Bier Bier or a bloody mary.

Open: Tuesday-friday: 09.30-19 Sat-Sun: 10-19

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Looking for a The perfect store? The Store, in Torstr. 1 at Soho House is the place. The Store is a curated designer store with unique pieces for your self, your boyfriend, your kid or your home. You can litterly buy everything in here, including the furnitures. Hang out in the book store, eat healthy organic food or zip a glass of Champagne while checking out the rack with Balenciaga, The Row and Loewe. 

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Sammlung Boros in the Bunker of Reinhardtstrasse 20 is a private collection of contemporary art with 3000 sqm exhibition space. The present collection is a presentation with works from the 1990s and 2000, featured by norwegian artist Yngve Holen, Guan Xiao, Martin Boyce, Peter Piller, Sergej Jensen amd Johannes Wohnseifer among others. You need to book a tour to get in, normally manye month a head your trip. Built in 1942, occupied by the Red Army and used for prisoners of the war in 1945. Knows locally as the banana bunker in 1957, and in 1990 after  the german reunification it becomes the proparty of the federal government. Two years later, in 1992 it became a techno and fetish club- with a reputation as the hardets club in the world- shut down in 1995, and in 2003 Christian Boros purchases the bunker to converst it to house his collection with tge first exhibition in 2008 after renovation.


You have to ring the bell to get in, but everyone is welcome. Isobel Gowdie in Mitte offers vintage Marant, Marni and Jil Sander  for a nice price in Alte Schonhauser Str. 39.

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Pure green morning with superfood and organic choices. Daluma is located close to Rosenthaler Platz, next to Gorki Appartments, and Circus Hotel- and offers the best Acai bowls in the area.


Five Elephant in Berlin is a speciality coffee micro roastery, bakery and cafe in Berlin- with a goal to source the best coffees in the world in a way that is both socially and environmentally responsible. Located in Mitte. Our first time at this coffee bar, and we will for sure have a coffee conversation here again next time in Berlin, by the window.