Motel One Berlin-Urania

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

An der Urania 12/14, Berlin, 10787, Germany

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    Comfortable but small.. pretty basic


    I stayed two nights, it was 79 euros plus 7.5 euro for breakfast buffet. I think hotel is worth about 59 euro max. The room was comfortable and quiet ( except for guy above me snoring loudly one of the nights). Other than that , it was really quiet and the bed was comfortable, but it was small..and i wouldnt have wanted to stay more than 2 nights..

    Unique Quality: You can borrow a laptop from hotel reception desk and use their laptop in the lobby for free.. The buffet breakfast was really nice. Great selection and you could always find a seat. It got crowded but you could even eat in the lobby if you wanted. But i was always able to find a seat. Closest ubahn station is Wittenbergplatz. Its right down the street , very close. But coming from the airport you have to take a bus ( tegel). You would take the bus to zoologischer garten. Then take bus M46 and its a 5 minute walk from there. I cant remember name of stop, but just ask bus driver tell him you want to go to an der urania. There is an info booth at the zoologischer stop as well. The bus ride from airport to ubahn is about 20 minutes.. bus ride from ubahn to hotel is about 10 minutes maybe..

    Directions: From Tegel airport take TXL bus to zoolischer station. Then M46 bus about 10 minute ride..Just tell driver you need to get off at ander de urania..

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Kickboxing or similar in Berlin in April

by roamer19

Hi all - I'm coming to Berlin in April for 2 weeks. I wanted to do kickboxing or something similar (i do a bit of muai thai), maybe every 2 days or so. Any ideas where I can do that?

Or are there any good sports that are easy to do - rockclimbing? or something else, not surfing, i guess....

any ideas? thanks!

Re: Kickboxing or similar in Berlin in April

by berlingirl84

Hi there,
I don´t really know a thing about kickboxing.

Just try:

This site is also available in English.

Hope I could help.
Best wishes from Berlin,

Re: Kickboxing or similar in Berlin in April

by roamer19

thanks stine. mma looks excellent, just the type of thing. except... i think it is closed. the english site of the website doesn't work, many pages even in german don't work, and the email address given doesn't work. it's such a shame.

any other ideas?

thanks again.

Re: Kickboxing or similar in Berlin in April

by berlingirl84

as I said I don´t know a thing about kickboxing. Was just the only site available in English.

Try one of these, call or send a mail:

IMAG e.V. Berlin
Kastanienallee 32
10435 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg)
Tel: 030 - 440 54 764 (ab 18:00 Uhr)
0163 - 417 15 28, und 0177 - 693 63 26


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Herzbergstraße 55 / Ecke Siegfriedstraße
D-10365 Berlin - Lichtenberg

Telefon: 49(0)163 5779555
Fax: 49(0)30 - 6555398

E-Mail: kontakt(at)

Hope that´s better.

Have a nice day.

Best wishes from Berlin,

Re: Kickboxing or similar in Berlin in April

by roamer19

astounding! thanks so much! you and your boyfriend are definitely invited to have a (post-kickboxing) drink with us once we arrive!

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Haus des Lehrers

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Walter Womanackas 125 metre long mural on the Haus des Lehrers is a colourful depiction of everyday scenes which represent "the perfect socialist life" in East Germany

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Alte Nationalgalerie...

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Alte Nationalgalerie
Museumsinsel, Berlin - Mitte
The Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) owns one of the largest collections of 19th century sculptures and paintings in Germany. The museum is open again after a major reconstruction and modernization. The bldg is so fantastic that a view only to the entrance hall is enough if you have no time to to visit the whole museeum.

How to get there:
U-Bahn and S-Bahn station Friedrichstrasse
S-Bahn station Hackescher Markt
Bus numbers100, 157, 200, 348 (Lustgarten), 147 (Universitätsstrasse)
Tram 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 50, 53

The U-Bahn

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I really enjoyed some of the entrances to the U-Bahn. This one had a memorial listing concentration camps. Aside from that, it was just a beautiful entrance - especially when one is used to U.S. places like NY.

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To my knowledge Gruhn bakeries are located in southern Berlin-districts of Lichterfelde, Dahlem, and Zehlendorf. Not sure whether it's a family owned company but sure any thing baked by Gruhn - bread, cakes, cookies - either sweet or salty - are simply fantastic and home made like!! Customers get treated really friendly!! Coffee (to go or either have your cup there) tastes great too! Another BIG plus: they do open their shop by already 06:30! That's perfectly my time to go with some yeast done goods, a big cup coffee, and a smile to greet the begin of a new day!

Berlin U-Bahn

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Rather than taking a taxi, which is not cheap, I would rather using U-Bahn to go around Berlin

U-Bahn is the German abbreviation for Untergrundbahn ("underground railway"), referring to a means of urban rapid transit, such as the "London underground" or "Paris métro".

The term was created at the beginning of the 20th century in Berlin, where the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft ("German state railway company") (predecessor of today's Deutsche Bahn) created a system of urban and suburban railway lines with fast electric trains with short stopping intervals, called the S-Bahn (Schnellbahn, "rapid railway").

The Hochbahngesellschaft ("elevated railway company"), operating elevated and suburban lines, decided they required an equally short and memorable name for their system, and thus called it
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