Formed from an interweaving of glass and steel with an existing prewar structure, the Miniloft brings new glamour to the apartment hotel category. Its location in the western section of Mitte—near the Hauptbahnhof train station and the nightlife and galleries around Torstrasse—is ideal. The 14 loft-style apartments range from 300 square feet up to 450 square feet and cater to different tastes: Some have a glass curtain wall running the length of the room, while other spaces are cozier, with smaller windows and exposed floor beams. Furnishings are uniformly rectilinear and modernist, bordering on cold. But that's just so you don't get confused about where you are—in the middle of Northern Europe.

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