One of my favorite European destinations has to be Berlin for its history, creative vibe and the mix of the old with the new. Also known for its cutting edge music and culture scene, the German capital is an international epicenter for design. Walking down the street, you can't help but notice all the cool and modern architectural structures juxtaposed with the old Berlin. One of the most recent additions to the skyline is the nhow Berlin, Europe's first music hotel. Located directly on the banks of the river Spree, the hotel was designed by New York designer Karim Rashid. His visionary style strikes the perfect chord with the building’s exterior, designed by star architect Sergei Tchoban, making the nhow Berlin one of the capital's modern architectural and design highlights. Its design is a manifestation of a philosophy that allows guests to enter another world for the duration of their stay.