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Brief Published: 8 Dec 2010

Music Hotels Come to Europe


As specialist boutique hotels continue to flourish, Berlin can boast the first in Europe dedicated to music production. The gravity defying Nhow Berlin was designed by Karim Rashid who worked with the architect Sergei Tchoban to realise their lavish design without clashing with the hotel's industrial surroundings.

A state-of-the-art recording studio is on hand and guitars are available on the room service menu. The Music Sound Floor — featuring 5.1 digital suites and analog mixing — is designed to inspire impromptu jam sessions with musically gifted guests and professional musicians.

Nhow Berlin