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  • Aleksandra Torohova

    http://www.huettenpalast.de/ is a hotel-concept in Berlin. You can sleep there in trailers which are placed in a room. #hotel #interieur #bedroom

  • Berny Nguyen

    Huettenpalast Hotel (Berlin, Germany): Get your retro fix within the walls of a former vacuum cleaner factory where guests can choose the comfort of cozy caravans, designer bedrooms or wild wooden cabins. For real, you can stay in a camper complete with hammock, swing seat and plenty of AstroTurf. Did we mention this is in the heart of Berlin?!

  • Anna Le Pley Taylor

    A boutique hotel in Berlin using campers in the rooms. Yes, please.

  • Vanessa D

    Camping in your living room? Most bad ass bedroom ever!

  • Interior Design Magazine

    Interior Design Magazine: Hüttenpalast hotel offers indoor camping inside a former factory. Designed by Sarah Vollmer and Silke Lorenzen. #InteriorDesignMagazine #InteriorDesign #Design #SarahVollmer #SilkeLorenzen #Hüttenpalast #Berlin #Germany

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Trailers, Campers, Boutiques Hotels, Interiors, Living Room, Indoor Camps, Places, Bedrooms, Berlin Germany

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Everyone is looking for something different in their hotel experience—some crave numerous amenities; some look for a spot with interesting architecture or an otherwise unforgettable space; and some just want a cheap bed to crash on. The funky hotel Huettenpalast in Berlin delivers on all three of those, which makes it a must visit in my book.

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i want to go camping. especially if it was part of a road trip.

i want a cute camper like this. to camp with my cute hubs.

Paper & Tea | Berlin These shelves would work well for frames, just add a glass shelf in the middle of each and maybe a little light, and each box could be a vignette.

Simple and beautiful (and possibly cheap) bathroom furniture.

this small wooden staircase also works as tiny closet (via Design*Sponge) could be used in tiny house design in place of ladder?

I lived in a "pop-top" one of these for about 6 months. Kept it for several years for periodic use. I loved it, but hated the engine...it always needed some tinkering, and didn't have enough power for the size of the camper.

Berlin.I want to go see this place one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz