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Lux Eleven Review
This designer apartment hotel is coveted for its discreet service and great minimalist design. All apartments come with a fully equipped kitchenette, satellite TV with DVD players, and there's even a laundry room with washers and dryers. Rooms seem as if they were designed for a Miami Beach hotel, decorated either in off-white or subdued browns with pops of neon pinks and purples. A restaurant and bar, stylish fashion store, and a coffee bar are also on the premises.
East Berlin Chic
From its colorful history to its laid back philosophy, Lux 11 is Berlin in a nutshell. Like the city itself, the hotel has had many faces, from pre-war apartment building to Communist spy station. This latest incarnation mirrors dynamic Mitte, the über-trendy district it calls home. A favorite hangout for visiting celebrities and artists as well as the who's who of local media, Lux 11's minimalist interiors are light on details, heavy on comfort: each open-plan apartment comes equipped with a full kitchen, DVD player, and washer and dryer. Drawing it all together is the decidedly un-Berlin-like white and pink color scheme, which has recently been celebrated by Adidas. The German sports brand partnered with the hotel to create sleek staff uniforms, and a limited-edition sneaker adorned with the Berlin skyline.
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