- Reviews: 63
...Die Fabrik: I can recommend....
The former factory now houses quite a cute hostel in the district of Kreuzberg. The rooms are clean, I can really recommend it :-)
- Reviews: 33
Located in Kruzeberg, it's a cheap hostel style hotel that's perfect for travel in groups. The rooms are bare and have only shower (BR down the hall), but for 20e per person it's worth it. There is a nice little bar and large dinning room where they serve a hearty breakfast . The staff is easy going and went out of their way to welcome me on my first night.
The location is perfect. Kruzeberg has a lot of great bars, restaurants and nightlife. It has kind of a bohemian feel to it. The hotel is right off of mehringdam where there are tons of shops and cheap eats. Try a falafel late at night after hitting the bars and then sleep snug in your cheap bed.
- Reviews: 69
Tentstation: A Camping Site Near Main Station? Yes.
A mere five to ten minutes walk away from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Main Station) is Tentstation, a camping ground on a former public pool ground. You can play Badminton in the former pool or watch movies on their projector.
You can bring your tent or rent one at Tentstation for 4-6 Euro per night. They'll charge one Euro for an iso mat per night if you need one.
10 Euro p. p./night
Children 12 to 18 pay 8 Euro.
Children up to 12 spend the night for free.
A camping site within walking distance from Berlin's Main Station - if that's not unique ...
- Reviews: 1739
Savoy Am Kurfurstendamm Hotel: Great Location and Style
The Savoy is centraly located close to the metro and train station and 250 metres from the shopping area.
I loved the interior of the rooms, -classic with a touch of luxury and charm.
Good value for money We stayed 3 nights and paid for 2.
American type of breakfast. Restaurant closes at 11.00 which was something we appreciated.
I cannot say that the staff were that friendly, and we did not get the correct information twice when we asked for help.
ps. Sorry that the tip does not include picture of the hotel
- Reviews: 157
Hotel-Pension Merkur: Great Value Pension in Berlin
I have stayed in this relic from the GDR era several times. The price simply cannot be beat, the rooms are clean, the breakfast good, and the location ideal. The proprietor is anything but cordial and outgoing, but she is courteous and responsive to requests. The location is great: near many attractions, including Unter den Linden, Oranienburgerstr., restored synagoge, lively bars and restaurants, Humboldt University, museum island, and Alexanderplatz. I have spoken only German here, but one of my e-mails was answered in broken English, so I'm sure it is possible to commuunicate in English.
Great value for the money; highly recommended.
- Reviews: 608
Lette'm Sleep: Lette'me SLeep Hostel
Right in the heart of the Prenzlauer Berg artistic section of Berlin, where cafes, restaurants, dives, clubs, and bars preside, is a typical bakpacker hostel with very spacious welcoming rooms furnished in light woods; a bright comfortable common room with cooking facilities and internet access; and two-bed rooms that even have living rooms and kitchenettes. Most rooms sleep up to six people. Baths and toilets are along the corridor, except the two-bed rooms which have their own. Central to just about everything, and a friendly staff. However, make sure you leave by check-out time, or they'll get hasty with your departure. Lettestrasse 7, Berlin, Germany. Prenzlauer Allee stop. www.backpackers.de. 030-44-73-36-23. Rating 5 stars out of 5.
- Reviews: 13
Hotel 4 Youth: Cheap Hotel/Hostel
The Hotel 4 Youth could be described as both a cheap hotel and an expensive hostel. I had a large, private and clean room with my own bathroom for something around 40 dollars a night. The staff were all extra friendly and the other people staying there were not loud and crazy like I expected. At 30, I felt on the older end of the spectrum, but there were some others in their 40's and 50's. There is a small bar (which I don't think anyone but the employees use), internet access for a fee, and, if you can get up in time, free breakfast. I only made it to breakfast on my last day because I had to catch an early train to Dresden, but it was fine. I would recommend Hotel 4 Youth to others looking for a cheap place. It's in Prenzlauer Berg, but a slight walk to the hip parts, which didn't bother me. It was a short walk from the Schonhauser Allee U-Bahn Stop.
- Reviews: 4800
In Berlin, I was lucky to stay in a private room with breakfast as well.
There are many sites on the Net which offer private rooms by some Berliners who would want to make some extra money & nobody's blaming them for this.
The private room that I stayed in was very comfortable & it's in the middle of Schoneberg area.
The so-called party area of Berlin !
- Reviews: 303
Mercure Hotel Residence Checkpoint Charlie: Near a historic point
Very comfortable and well located hotel in Mitte about a km from Friedrichstrasse Station. Close to Potsdammer Platz and within an easy stroll of the Brandenburg Gate. Hotel has a free internet comp in the lobby and the rooms are very nice. Staff are very pleasant and helpful.
Its right beside the former location of Checkpoint Charlie, most famous of the crossing points in the Berlin wall.
- Reviews: 9
Mercure am Checkpoint Charlile: Berlin's best value
I really liked my stay here. The rooms are huge, the beds are comfortable, the bathroom is huge, the breakfast is great, the staff is friendly, and the location is fantastic. This hotel is located about 1/2 way between the Museum at Checkpoint Charlie and Unter den Linden with 2 U-Bahn stops within 5 minutes walking. The breakfast buffet was fresh with a huge selection. The rooms are very modern and done in a very soothing theme...very minimal artwork etc. The bathrooms were huge and had everything you would need...I have been in other hotels where the room itself was smaller than the bathroom here. And the best thing about this place...the price. I paid 85 Euro per night...this included the tax and daily breakfast! Almost a steal in my mind.
- Reviews: 309
Not far from Alexanderplatz: NH Alexanderplatz
This hotel was very convenient as there were several trams which takes you directly to Alexanderplatz. There was also the bus Nr. 240 which connected conveniently to the train station Ost Bahnhof.
I must admit after breakfast we just disappeared returning only in the evening to enjoy the sauna and steamroom facilities before retiring to bed.
Jjust opposite the Volkspark Friedrichshain a wonderful green area to jog or just relaxing walks.
At the end of a tiring day of sightseeing it was just wonderful to use the sauna and steam bath before going out again for dinner.
We booked this hotel together with our train ticket from Basel to Berlin
- Reviews: 7
Generator Berlin: The best hostel in Berlin
Everything was very nice, personnel was friendly. Food could have been better, but the low price compensated it.
The most comfortable beds I have seen in hostels. It felt almost like home.
- Reviews: 320
die Fabrik hostel: an elegant hostel in Kreuzberg SO 36
I have actually never stayed here, but friends of mine have and have loved it. I am used to meeting up with them in the caf? down below. For people who want an elegant but affordable place to stay without naked teenager backpacker antics, this is the place for you. The location is also more exciting to me than any locations in Mitte... the area has all the oldtime leftwing institutions like SO36 as well as the liveliness of the immigrants and the up and coming artsy antics of the galleries invading schlesischer street
- Reviews: 8
Hotel Agon Opera: Good place to stay in Berlin
We have been there for a long weekend - you can ride directly from Airport Tegel or Tempelhof by bus to the Hotel (Olivar Platz at Kurfürstendamm). Easy connections by public transport to any place in Berlin.
The rooms are all completly new and a rich breakfest buffet is served at 6th floor with a nice view over the roofs of west Berlin.
- Reviews: 290
VirtualHotel - Museumsinsel: Rent an apartment
This is a very convenient way of staying a couple of nights ni Berlin. Jusy rent your own apartment, a rather inexpensive possibility to have you own flat - just like home.
Visite virtualhotel.de and choose from a variety of flats matching your needs like size, location, price etc.
We stayed in the very centre on Museumsinsel in a flat called Museumsinsel. It is just a regular single room apartment with kitchen, bathroom, tv-set large bed and balcony on the sixth floor (elevator ok).
All you need.
Only five minutes from the metro station Spittelmarkt (line U2). All major spots like Aleksanderplatz, Potsdamerplatz, Zoologischer Garten are easily reacheable by metro and Unter den Linden by foot.
Price varies from 59-69e per night.
There's an extra 25e for the cleaning up. Sheets/towels if needed are 4.5e.
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