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The Big Easy

  • 2 guests

  • 1 bedroom

  • 1 bathroom

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The Big Easy is managed by the architecture company that designed the entire building, as well as the living units. This studio apartment is decked out with custom-made furniture, exposed concrete walls, and industrial flooring, to create an artistic loft-like space. We love the floor-to-ceiling windows and the private balcony is an added bonus. Overall, the minimalist approach might not appeal to all, but if you’re looking for a balance between home comforts and hotel-like luxuries, this is a great spot for you.


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What to expect


Highlights

The building's burnt wood exterior

The building's burnt wood exterior

Exposed concrete walls for an industrial look

Exposed concrete walls for an industrial look

A private balcony

A private balcony

The proximity to the Jewish Museum

The proximity to the Jewish Museum

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Home truths

    This is a studio apartment, so the space is rather small

    There is only a kitchenette (no oven, no dishwasher)

    When we visited, there was a lot of construction going on nearby – this should only be a temporary situation, but please be aware that there may be construction noise

    This is a rental unit and lacks that homely touch, so if you are looking for a very characterful stay, we recommend looking elsewhere

    There is no washer/dryer in this unit, but guests can use the building’s communal laundry facility at an extra cost

    This south-facing apartment can get pretty warm in the summers and there is no AC

    There is no sofa

About this stay


Amenities

Wi-fi

Pets allowed

Parking available

Washing machine

Dryer

Balcony

Bedrooms & bathrooms

1 bedroom, 1 bed

1 bathroom

Extras


VIP services

Airport pick up

Daily cleaning

Fridge fills

Luggage storage

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

Local guide


About Kreuzberg

Kreuzberg is one of Berlin’s most popular neighbourhoods, partly because of its easy-to-access location, but also because of its urban atmosphere. It’s the neighbourhood that never seems to sleep due to its vibrant nightlife paired with plenty of casual restaurants, street food and art galleries. Historically, Kreuzberg was one of the poorest parts of West Berlin, but today it’s transformed into a cultural mecca populated by people from all over...

Explore the area

Local restaurants, cafes, museums, sites and activities, recommended by our community of hosts and travel experts

Learn about history at the Jewish Museum

Learn about history at the Jewish Museum

Home to exhibitions showing the social, political and cultural history of Jews in Germany, the Jewish Museum is worth a visit if you're keen on learning more about Germany's recent history and past.

Grab a coffee and a magazine at Westberlin

Grab a coffee and a magazine at Westberlin

Known for their coffee, Westberlin is a cosy coffee shop in the heart of Mitte. They also sell an assortment of German and international magazines that can be enjoyed together with a cup of coffee.

See what's on at the Martin-Gropius-Bau

See what's on at the Martin-Gropius-Bau

Originally a museum of applied arts and a listed historical monument since 1966, this well-known exhibition hall in the heart of Berlin showcases contemporary art, photography & archaeology.

Experience contemporary art at Carlier | Gebauer

Experience contemporary art at Carlier | Gebauer

Since 1991, this gallery has been representing international contemporary art. Located in a former industrial shedhall, you can see large-scale exhibitions in a museum-like setting.

Soak up the history at Checkpoint Charlie

Soak up the history at Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie, the famous crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin, still stands as an important memory of Germany's recent history.

Learn everything about the Trabant at Trabi-Museum

Learn everything about the Trabant at Trabi-Museum

The waitlist to get a Trabant in East Germany was notoriously long. Today, it's a cult vehicle loved by race car enthusiasts, you can see multiple examples of the car at the Trabi-Museum.

Get clued up at the Topography of Terror

Get clued up at the Topography of Terror

The Topography of Terror is located on the site that was once the headquarters of Gestapo. A museum and exhibition space, you can learn more about the horrors of Nazi persecution and terror.

Get your spa on at Liquidrom spa

Get your spa on at Liquidrom spa

Unique spa with a circus-like-rooftop featuring several saunas and floating pools with underwater music. It's the perfect place to relax – massages are available too.

Treat yourself to some chocolate at Rausch Schokoladenhaus

Treat yourself to some chocolate at Rausch Schokoladenhaus

Pick up some chocolate, try the scrumptious hot chocolate or some of the carefully prepared pastries. Rausch Schokoladenhaus is for all of you chocolate lovers out there!

Enjoy the sunset at the Landwehr Canal

Enjoy the sunset at the Landwehr Canal

The Landwehr Canal cuts right through Berlin. Most Berliners have a particular affection for this canal. Join them in the evening, sit by the riverbank and enjoy a local beer.

Dine at Brasserie am Gendarmenmarkt

Dine at Brasserie am Gendarmenmarkt

This brasserie is located in the middle of embassies, ministries, business and news agencies allowing for a special atmosphere. It's Art Deco in style with a first-rate menu in a special atmosphere.

Head to Weingalerie for tasty charcuterie

Head to Weingalerie for tasty charcuterie

A neighbourhood favourite, Weingalerie serves the most delicious cheese and charcuterie platters in a warm atmosphere. Small and charming, it's decorated with stylish retro furniture.

Booking policies


House Rules

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

Pets welcome

No parties or events

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 14:00

Departure before 11:00

On floor 2, has a lift

Wifi speed: 100Mbps

No air con

Cancellation policy

  • Up until

    7

    days

    Cancel at least 7 days before your check-in date for a 50% refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 7 days away.

Host


This home is managed by Matthew

This home is managed directly by a business. A member of their staff will be your point of contact before and during your stay. After successfully setting up a hotel in Berlin Mitte, architecture power couple, Britta and Matthew, decided to open up a group of minimalist lofts in Kreuzberg, one of Berlin's coolest neighbourhoods. These homes are an absolute treat for anyone interested in architecture and design. Annerose will be on hand to help you have the best holiday possible.

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