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Schwedter Strasse 45-46, Berlin, 10435, Germany
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Places to stay in Berlin

by jad-ash

Hi:
I'll be visiting Berlin for four days in late july. It will be the first time I go there, arriving at Tegel Airport, and I'm trying to make up my mind about where to stay, on a tight budget (around 100 dollars per night).
I've been reading comments of several hotels, and those on that price range always seem to have an issue with toilets and room space (too little, not comfortable...).
Of course, I would also like to be somewhere that is close to the visiting places, or close to them by public transport (don't we all ;) )
So if you have any tips, I'll appreciate it.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by leics

I think that hotel rooms in Europe are often much smaller than those in the US, which is why some visitors can find rooms rather cramped.

As I use my room for sleeping, and spend the rest of the time exploring, it's not a problem for me (and UK hotel rooms aren't any bigger anyway).

Have a look at www.booking.com and www.venere.com: both sites are reliable and have honest guest reviews.

Also look at the official tourist ifo site on:

http://www.visitberlin.de/index.en.php

which will, almost certainly, list most/all accommodation in the city.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by Wowmoment

We enjoyed our stay at the Park Inn on Alexanderplatz. It was really well situated, in the old East Berlin and walking distance from the station (trains from airport come here).

The rooms were very small but the entire hotel had been refurbished to a high standard and we found it quite satisfactory. Worth checking out.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by Turtleshell

Have a look here:

http://www.pension-guesthouse-berlin.de/1-single-room-standard.htm

Compared to hotels in the U.S., rooms are almost always smaller, at the same time often cleaner.

The guesthouse I mentioned above is very affordable (so rooms are even smaller, yes), clean, and the location is difficult to beat.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by Kakapo2

Check out offers on www.wotif.com

Thanks to this system we got a room at Hotel Steglitz International (see on my Berlin page) at a very affordable rate, and the room was not smaller than any in the US I have stayed in.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by stativi

If you don't need any service, you may try an appartment?
Here http://www.apartmentsapart.com/berlin_hotels/index.htm they are available from 50 euro the night, normally in a innercity area and not that small as hotel rooms.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by jad-ash

Thank you all for your help. You've given me more options to keep looking. Hopefully I'll find good services on the websites you've provided me with.
Take care and keep travelling.

Re: Places to stay in Berlin

by berlinbaby

There's loads of apartments very cheap and you'll live amongst locals and get a real taste of the city. If you're interested in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants, flea markets and good transport links Friedrichshain is a good place to be based. You can get to the centre easily and there is so much to do in the area. A good budget apartment in the area can be found at www.berlinplace.com
Enjoy your trip

Travel Tips for Berlin

NO downtown/centre and orientation

by matcrazy1

There is NO one centre/downtown in Berlin, no central square. Quite unique among large and old European cities. The city was divided between two worlds: "capitalistic" West Berlin and "communist" East Berlin but even before that there was no one center.

WEST BERLIN
The center of former West Berlin was... hmm... I don't know, probably along the main, representative shopping boulevard Kürfurstendamm (Ku-damm).

EAST BERLIN
The center of former East Berlin was at Alexander Platz.

NEW BERLIN
The center of reunificated Berlin is at the place or rather two places where the Wall stood: around Potsdamer Platz and around Branderburg Gate.

Confused? Just check the map and learn/remember the names of a few of central districts ("bezirk") of Berlin:
- Mitte,
- Tiergarten,
- Charlottenburg,
- Kreuzberg.
Most of tourist attractions are located in the above 4 district (zone A + B for transportation tickets).

Street Entertainers #3 - On The U-bahn

by johngayton

I enjoyed Berlin's public tranport system, and as I think I mentioned on my opening page I reckon you could spend a few days just riding around it to get a non-tourist pastiche of city life.

There's kiosks, stalls and cafes at most interchanges for sustenance (most of which also sell beer!) and for entertainment you get buskers who'll play for your carriage between stops.

This girl was excellent - a nice piece of classical violin and well worth dropping a few coins into her hat as she finished.

Nudity, baseball and eagle

by matcrazy1

I found a lot of small and large pretty old architecture in Berlin. And I often could find many interesting architectural details. Just keep your eyes open, you will be amazed unless you don't like old architecture.

My picture was made hmm... not at all off the beaten path but on the main shopping street of former West Berlin: Kurfürstendamm (# 237) called usually shortly Ku-Damm. It was easy to miss it on busy street that's why it was off the beaten path (or maybe sight) for me.

It was the portal of the entrance gate to the old house which housed H&M (Hennes & Mauritz) store. There were stone sculptures there: two statues with a coat of arms between them.


My 3 silly questions for you:

1. Were the statues guys?
Hmm... I was not sure about a gender of the left statue, not full nudity there :-), no breast but somewhat woman's shape of the body as well.

2. What did they keep in their hands? Baseball bats ? Too long as I know.

3. What the coat of arms was there?
It was white eagle with a crown on its head on yellow (gold) background. Hmm... German eagle is black, Polish is white but somewhat different.

Charlottenburg

by berlingirl84 about Horse and Hound

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sunbathing on the spree

by miromi about Oststrand

Perhaps it's best to hang out here in the daytime. And considering the limited number of days with sunlight in Germany, this isn't one of those places that you can visit most of the time. Still, when there is sun berliners love to come out and lay down their blankets, although this place quickly becomes overcrowded when it's not dark and rainy. Music on a huge and expansive beach and delicious oven baked pizzas make you almost forget that this was once the no mans land shooting range by the Berlin wall where trespassers and people going from east to west were shot to death. it's a teeny-bopper world. h&m miniskirts and as skimpy as you want to be. be prepared to be flashed with lots of thongs.

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