Domus

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Uhlandstrasse 49, Wilmersdorf, Berlin, 10719, Germany
Domus Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm
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18%
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Costs 21% less but rated 12% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples77
  • Solo68
  • Business66

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Hostels near Hauptbahnhof

by littlelawyer

Hi. Can anyone suggest or recommend a hostel near the main station in Berlin, where I am going by train in December? The closer the better! Danke schon. L

Re: Hostels near Hauptbahnhof

by TheView

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/af0bd/12626/3/

Re: Hostels near Hauptbahnhof

by Turtleshell

Clostst would either be St. Christophers or The Circus. Both are nice hostels.

http://www.st-christophers.co.uk/berlin-hostels
http://www.circus-berlin.de/

Re: Hostels near Hauptbahnhof

by abalada

Berlin Hauptbahnhof was built on a piece of land wasted by WWII and the Cold War. There is not much close to the Hauptbahnhof at all.

Meininger opened a 3* hotel next to the Hauptbahnhof on 1. Oct. 2009. They renamed also their other hostels in Berlin to hotels. But also at the Hauptbahnhof they offer 4-bed dormitories.
http://www.meininger-hotels.com/en/hotel-hostel/hotelsuche/berlin/hauptbahnhof/

more Berlin hostels
http://www.hostelz.com/hostels/Germany/Berlin-State/Berlin

You could however also stay close to other train or S-Bahn stations in Berlin. While there are some sights near the Hauptbahnhof it is e.g. on nightlife etc. not the best location.
S-Bahn and U-Bahn network map
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/Liniennetz/index;ref=1?language=en&

Travel Tips for Berlin

In Berlin, it is a must to...

by canuckcj

In Berlin, it is a must to check out The Wall. Of course, who goes there without doing this! There is also a museum at one of the old boarder crossings that tells the story with movies and modern art.

There is also an excellent Greece Museum here as well. It is suppose to be one of the best museums around for the artifacts on Greece. The best memory is when Jenny, Aimee and myself were sharing a two man tent. Yes, it was squishy. Especially since there was no room to put our backpacks. And it really sucked when it started to rain and we had to shove our packs under someone's camper trailer to make sure they wouldn't get wet. But it is all about experiencing different situations, and this certainly was one!

Gendarmenmarkt - the Deutcher Dom

by yooperprof

The Gendarmenmarkt is an especially beautiful square in Mitte, just off Friedrichstrasse.

The Deutcher Dom was originally built in the 18th century to be the diocescan home of the Protestant-Reformed Church of Berlin. Destroyed in WWII, it was eventually rebuilt, finally re-opening in 1993. The building now serves as an regional history center.

The dome of the Dom is a duplicate of the tower of the Französischer (or French) Dom on the opposite side of the square. (Aside from their towers, the buildings are actually quite different.) When I was in Berlin in November 2004, the Französischer Dom was shrouded in scaffolding, undergoing restoration, so I didn't take a snapshot of it. But I'm sure that when finished the Gendamenmarkt will be even "smarter" than it already is.

Eschenbräu - micro-brewery, destillery and juicema

by travellingdan

If you want to taste good beer, schnaps or also extremely good healthy apple juice, take the trip to a Wedding district. Wedding is really not one of the go-out-/party-areas of Berlin, but it's worth going the distance.

A very nice bar-team, great drinks - incl. the added value of independence and originality - and a cosy location. they have great standard beers from a lager to pils to a darker one. During the year the offer seasonal beers, like Maibock. You can eat Flammkuchen (a french kind of pizza) and snacks there, too, and even buy beer from 5 to 50 litres or so, juice, schnaps to take home!

You have to go to S-Bahn-station Wedding or better to U-Bahn-station Leopoldplatz and then down Müller-street. from there you take a turn into Trist-street. Go to number 67 and follow the signs through the entrance area of a residential area and then some steps down to the bar.

ESCHENBRÄU
Triftstr. 67 · 13353 Berlin
Tel. 030 / 462 68 37
Mobile: 0162 / 493 19 15

Eschenbräu opens daily from 15.00 during summer and 17.00 during the rest of the year. Closes, when the last guest leaves :-)

relaxing at the women's turkish bath

by miromi

on the cold cold winter nights it's nice to spend a ladie's day bathing in the hamam in Kreuzberg. The steambath is my favorite, with small bowls of hot water and fountains and splashing. Hot delicious tea and fruits and chocolates can be consumed in the tea room, while you dry off your feet in the thick rugs and chat and gossip. It's in the basement of a women's collective and one of the nicest ways to spend winter evenings with your lady friends.

meeting up with Rolf, VT's R.dettman

by richiecdisc about Aufsturz

I really have a nose for beer and this place was a true find, even in diverse Berlin. Germany is not known for serving a variety of beers. It's generally all German products and aside from a few nationals like Warsteiner and Beck's, generally beers from that particular region or town even. This was a specialist beer cafe that served not only Belgian beers but rare German beers that even my German friends have never heard of. Rolf was a fun guy and ready to blow off some steam after finishing his exams. He loved the rauchweizen I suggested and listened politely when I explained what it was. lol This was really a busy place but most people where casually if smartly attired.

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Address: Uhlandstrasse 49, Wilmersdorf, Berlin, 10719, Germany