Motel One Berlin Mitte

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Printzenstrasse 40, Berlin, 10969, Germany
Motel One Berlin Mitte
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Clean Hotel <-->Motel One Berlin-Alexanderplatz

by kimayer

Hallo,

has anybody stayed at Motel One Berlin-Alexanderplatz Dircksenstraße 36
10179 Berlin?
It seems not to be the best area for our stay in September because Dircksenstrasse is major street and as I can remember dirty and frightening at night. We will land in Berlin Schönefeld, Motel One is close to the S9 towards airport Schönefeld and not to expensive (74 Euro/night/double-room).
Any experience or does anybody know a good hotel near public transportation and in the city-center?
Thanks,

See you in Berlin
Kim

Re: Clean Hotel <-->Motel One Berlin-Alexanderplatz

by Turtleshell

While I have never stayed at Motel One (why should I, after all I live in Berlin), I know they have another house at Moritzplatz which is a bit nicer (judging right out of the top of my head). Dircksenstraße, while not overly frequented by cars can be noisy due to the S-Bahn railways next door.

My suggestion, however, would be to give the Guesthouse in Gleimstraße a try:
http://www.pension-guesthouse-berlin.de

Double-room Standard meets the price of your motel, the guesthouse is located in the borough of Prenzlauer Berg, and there's a subway/S-Bahn and tram station aound the corner. Coming from Schönefeld would require to change trains only once - if you need to chance trains, that is.

The subway takes you to Alexanderplatz (if you have to go there) in 5-7 minutes, to Kochstraße (Friedrichstr./ Checkpoint Charlie et al), to Potsdamer Platz and to Wittenbergplatz (KaDeWe, Ku'damm), while the tram takes you to Hackescher Markt (Hackesche Höfe, Oranienburger Str., New Synagogue ..).

Kulturbrauerei, Kastanienallee, Kollwitzplatz and other gems of Prenzlauer Berg are within walking distance.

Re: Clean Hotel <-->Motel One Berlin-Alexanderplatz

by kimayer

Hello Turtleshell,

sounds great. We will book a doubleroom at Guesthouse in Gleimstraße!
thank you for the tip!
Greetings
Kim

Travel Tips for Berlin

Berliner Dom

by Mandy23

The cathedral was originally used as chapel for the Prussian royal family. It was almost completely destroyed in WW2. The crypt houses the graves (100+) of members of the Hohenzollern royal family.


Address:
Am Lustgarten
10178 Berlin-Mitte

www.berliner-dom.de

Driving Connections:
U Friedrichstraße
S Hackescher Markt
Bus 100, 157, 348

Opening Hours

by Mandy23

Most businesses/shops open between 9-10am. Certain offices might open earlier.

At the bigger shopping-centres and malls shops are open till 8 pm on weekdays and Saturdays. Other smaller shops within the city often close at 6:30pm.

Malls are generally closed on Sunday. But I've seen on some websites that a few plan to open on Sundays during the soccer world cup.

Treptower Park

by diocletianvs

The heart of Berlin is made of the huge Tiergarten, but its residential districts are rather dense. Treptower Park makes a green oasis situated on the river Spree in south-eastern suburbs of Berlin and is very popular among those looking for some nature and escape from the urban environment.

This large park was created in the 19th Century and features huge meadows, natural wooden areas and some restaurants and cafes situated close to the water. There are some boats to rent here as well, and nearby Spreepark is a nostalgic amusement park built during the GDR era. But the main feature of the Treptower park is huge Soviet Memorial commemorating some 300,000 causalties on the Soviet side during the battle for Berlin in WWII.

S-bahn station Treptower Park

Paradise for... fetishists?

by matcrazy1 about KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)

Look at just one example of huge choice of stuff to buy on my picture. There were a few hundreds various models of brassiere - real paradise for women and... fetishists :-). Great place to choose what you like. Underwear. Rather expensive stuff but good quality always costs a lot.

The Berlin Bahn's

by miso80

There's an an extensive network system of underground lines and urban railway lines (U-Bahn & S-Bahn), which make it easy for people and tourists to reach any location in town. The city is relatively safe, and using the subway is a convenient, fast and reasonably inexpensive way of moving about.

Although I went there for a total of 4 days..and I bought the welcome ticket which gives you 48-72 hours from the first time you use it. I prefer to buy 1 ticket once and for all, and never have to worry again. However, you can buy tickets anywhere- at booths or machines..so don't panic.

The 7-day ticket costs = 25,40 euros
The Day-ticket costs = 5,80 euros

And there is another type of ticket, which is called the 'welcome ticket', which gives you 48-72 hours and costs 16,00 / 22,00 euros respectively.

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Address: Printzenstrasse 40, Berlin, 10969, Germany