They might look fairly unassuming at first glance, but the VitaminBerlin apartments which you'll find in the city of Berlin, are quite cool retro-themed places to hang out.
Using classic apartment stock in key locations in the city, VitaminBerlin mixes the home comforts of the modern era with stylish 20th century design to create a hip place for up to two people to hang out in the city. And just to fuse both together, each apartment has a vintage Danish Bang & Olufsen stereo with an adapter for your iPod.
Once inside, you'll see the state of the art kitchen and flat TV, but also a number of design pieces from the 1920s to the 1960s, some, given a new lease of life, like the midcentury wardrobe pictured here, refurbished and re-painted by Danish artist Regitze Møller.
All the apartments are located in normal residential buildings – no reception, no hotel lounge and no other visitors, so you can live like one of the city's permanent residents during your short (or long) stay. Pick from two locations in the Kreuzberg area, another in Mitte, with prices starting at 55 Euros per night, depending on your length of stay.