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Nhow Berlin: check in to the world of music

Nhow Berlin, the NH hotel chain's newest addition in the heart of the city prides itself on being Europe's first music hotel

Until now the NH hotels have been known for being pleasant, comfortable and functional, but perhaps just a little uninspiring. However, the most recent additions to the chain like the NH Palacio de Tepa in Madrid and the Nhow in Berlin are set to change this reputation. The latter, a stunning building on the banks of the River Spree houses Europe’s first music hotel – complete with recording studios and even ‘guitar' room service!  

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Nhow Hotel, Berlin
Gold and pink complement each other perfectly as shown here in the bar 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
As well as innovative design, pop music is also a recurrent theme throughout the hotel: the music room features a giant retro jukebox 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
The hotel has a well-equipped recording studio supervised by expert music pros – worth a visit even just to take in the views of the city 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
Fuchsia pink combined with soft pastel tones, breathtaking views and ample natural light make for the perfect breakfast spot 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
With the Berlin skyline providing a dramatic backdrop, customers can enjoy an intimate dining experience in the vibrant hotel restaurant 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
Those opting for one of the Junior Suites can choose between pink (as shown) and blue. From the headboards to the floors, the suites are in keeping with the hotel’s ‘poptastic’ vibe 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
White predominates in the suite which, at a generous 258 square metres, offers plenty of space for relaxing or entertaining - perhaps even with guitar and piano 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
The standard rooms burst with Rashid’s passion for colour 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
The bathrooms are well-equipped: the Junior Suite features a huge bath, shower, his and hers sinks and enjoys natural light through the glass walls 


Nhow Hotel, Berlin
A fantastic view of the hotel from the other side of the River Spree. Nhow Berlin is located in East Harbour, the heart of Berlin’s bustling fashion, music and creative scene 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
Architecturally mesmerising, the hotel rises high above the River Spree. The aluminium panelling creates a dramatic reflection on the river at sunrise and sunset 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
Designed by Russian architect Sergei Tchoban, the hotel showcases cutting-edge design both inside and out. Interior designer Karim Rashid’s equally eccentric influence is present throughout the hotel 

Nhow Hotel, Berlin
Pink rules! This use of psychedelic colour serves as an example of Rashid’s desire to break away from the traditional 

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