Hotel B1

Am Niederfeld 7, Berlin, 12621, Germany
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Forum Posts

Clubing and Shopping

by dfundfun

Hello all and tnx for your help :)
we ll be in berlin 6 nights-3rd weekend of june.

we will wake up noon time and the go shopping, evening time usually resturants and bars and in th nights (till early morning...:).

we sure could use your advices - what area to stay, inc' recommended hotels (we ll spend about 100 uros a night).
(we like to be in the center and to walk more instead of tranportation...)

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by Orangencocktail

how many people will you be? do you want to stay in a hotel or would you take a private room or apartment? and what are you interested in? berlin has many places you would want to be but it definately depends on what you want to do!?

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by hexelein

It would probably also be useful to know just what you intend to go shopping for. I can't imagine spending that many days just shopping, but if you give some sort of a clue as to what you're looking for, someone just might jump in with more specific advice :)

I suppose KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens), a huge department store, in West Berlin might be of interest, as well as the shopping centre at Potsdamer Platz. Kurfürstendamm (which is a street, same general area as KaDeWe) has lots of shops and designer stuff.

The area of Mitte (Potsdamer Platz, Unter den Linden) or perhaps Schöneberg (KaDeWe and Ku'damm) would probably be the most convenient place to stay for both shopping and going out.

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by Turtleshell

Hotel: The Circus

http://www.circus-berlin.de/circus_hotel_berlin.html

Good reputation, affordable, centrally located, many bars and restaurants in the Mitte & Prenzlauer Berg within walking distance, subway and tram basically across the street.

Shopping areas such as the relatively alternative/bohemian Kastanienallee and Mitte (Hackesche Hoefe et. al.) are within walking distance and even Friedrichstrasse is only a short hop with the subway.

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by Crazywoman

I know you said walking, but I would still suggest the area of Steglitz. You will need to use the public transportation to get there, but once you are there, you can do a walk down Sclosstrasse and all the shops and malls there.

Read my tips and a couple of links about this area here:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/124489/12626/c/

Other areas to shop are around Alexanderplatz and Kurfürstendamm and of course you should visit KaDeWe.

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by dfundfun

Hello again
We like to stay in central places, around crowded areas (would say that like the dam squer area in amstertdam or time squer in nyc...).

we r two couples and we need two standart hotel rooms.

thx

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by Turtleshell

Ok, choose The Circus I mentioned above. While there isn't Trafalgar Square (only Alexander Platz is close, and Alex is ugly and nothing more) there's Kastanienallee (see tip), the Mitte and the Prenzlauer Berg area (sse tip) at your doorstep.

Re: Clubing and Shopping

by dfundfun

circus hotel was booked up so we booked to Suitehotel Berlin Potsdamer Platz hotel. it had good reviews and high ratings.

thx all for your help :)

Travel Tips for Berlin

Brandenburg Tor (Gate)

by bugulma

Brandenburg Gate could be considered a symbol of the united city. In August GDR government prohibited to visit it and gate was closed till 1991. The Brandenburg Gate is only city gate that reached nowadays. The gate was built in 1788-1791 by architect Carl Gotthard Langhans as a model of the Athenian acropolis. On the top of the gate is quadriga with Victoria goddess by Shadov sculptor. First the sculpture symbolized Irena, goddess of the peace. In 1807 sculpture was removed to Paris by Napoleon. In 1814 the quadriga was placed back and began to symbolize Victoria.

Brandenburg Gate...

by CandS

Check out the Brandenburg Gate at the end of Unter den Linden...

It is pretty busy (the busiest place we found in all of Berlin!) around there but worth having a look.

When we were there it must have been a market day...there were little stalls and entertainment...it was fun...

If you travel with a kid

by matcrazy1

All worldwide baby care companies are present in Berlin but it's always better to bring already used toiletries for a small kid especially. When I was first time in Berlin, in East Berlin more exactly at age 7 or 8 I wanted to have binoculars to watch over the wall towards West Berlin. If you decided to take a small kid with you to Berlin you should bring a pram (baby carriage) with you. Just look at my picture what kind of 3 or 4 wheels prams Berliners use.

St Paul’s Church, Wedding, 1832-1835

by Kathrin_E

The extension of the northwestern suburbs required the building of four new churches. Karl Friedrich Schinkel planned all of them in 1832: St Paul’s, St Elisabeth, Nazareth church and St Johannis.
St Paul’s is a small but elaborate building in pure classicist style. The facades resemble an ancient temple. The separate campanile was erected in 1890. The building burnt down in 1945. The reconstruction began in 1952. The facades have been rebuilt exactly like Schinkel designed them, the interior has however been simplified and modernized.

Date: 1832-1835
Architect: Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Confession: protestant

Address: Badstraße 50
Location: Wedding-Gesundbrunnen, corner Pankstraße/Badstraße
How to get in: contact the parish

Many places at one place

by Gerrem about Hackesche Höfe

If you are coming to Berlin spend at least one evening at this place!

The painstakingly restored Hackesche Höfe are no doubt one of the most popular destinations for tourists at the present time.
The Hackesche Höfe consists of a web of eight courtyards for living and working, which together forms the largest of its kind in Germany. Like many Berlin courtyards, this complex of buildings, which arose around the turn of the last century, was a mixture of offices, workshops, multi-story factories (particularly in the front courtyards) and apartments. This concept was also adopted and successfully applied during the modernization of the courtyards, which were in serious need of renovation. Hof I (Endellscher Hof), which was designed by the Jugendstil artist and architect August Endell, houses the "Chamäleon" cabaret theatre, a film theatre, and several bars and restaurants; in Hof II (Theaterhof) there is the Hackesche Hof Theatre and a series of architects' offices; the remaining courtyards are occupied by numerous smaller shops and galleries. The area around the Höfe is also thriving: with countless bars, restaurants and clubs; it is one of Berlin nightlife's most talked-about districts. No dress code at all..

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Address: Am Niederfeld 7, Berlin, 12621, Germany