nu hotel berlin

Gubener Strasse 46/47, Berlin, 10243, Germany
nu hotel berlin
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Business
  • Families66
  • Couples93
  • Solo100
  • Business100

More about Berlin


They sure did a number on this guyThey sure did a number on this guy

India-salad w/fantastic tasting, warm served breadIndia-salad w/fantastic tasting, warm served bread



Forum Posts

best area

by alectrevor

I will be making an overnight stop in Berlin ,midweek end August. I need an hotel close to Ostbahnhof or central Hbf can you tell me which area has best choice of hotels ,to arrive with no advance booking. I can travel on from either station next morning. Thanks.

Re: best area

by abalada

That's easy: Ostbahnhof.
There is basically nothing at all around the new Hauptbahnhof. This station was built on an area which was kind of a wasteland due WWII and the Cold War. In the meantime the wasteland is somewhat polished. But from the new quarter which was planned to develop there around the Hauptbahnhof nothing is yet in sight.

Re: best area

by stativi

I don't know what "close" means for you. But as said, very close to Hauptbahnhof is virtually nothing. On the other hand: the main tourist sights are easy to reach from Hauptbahnhof and the area directly at Ostbahnhof is pretty ugly. So if you wanna do a "touristic" walk from your Hotel without using public transport, you might think of staying in a hotel not far away from Hauptbahnhof (there are Hotels about 10 minutes walk from Hauptbahnhof or some hotels at the next S-Bahn station Friedrichstraße). However, the cheaper Hotels are around Ostbahnhof.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Pergamon Museum...

by coceng

Pergamon Museum, situated on the Museum Island.
Don't give this a miss because apart from being one of the best museums in the world, it makes a history seems so big & huge as so many artefacts & depictions (reconstructions or otherwise) contained within one big building !
The statue on the left is situated on the outside of the Pergamon Museum.

Octagonal Cafés

by alancollins

At one stage there were dozens of these cast iron Octagonal Cafés in Berlin, but they were for men only and had a bit of a smelly reputation. This one was renovated and opened in June 2003 in Gendarmenmarkt Square. It is now for both sexes with modern facilities though it is compact inside, but unlike other public conveniences in Berlin this one is free.
The second photograph is a Gents only Octagonal Cafe on Schonhauser Allee just outside Senefelderplatz U Bahn Station.
The third photograph is another Gents only Octagonal Cafe close to the Zoologischer Gartený railway station.

Jewish Free School

by nicolaitan

In 1743, the famed scholar Moses Mendelssohn came to Berlin. A great believer in secularization and assimilation of the Jewish residents into general society, he encouraged Isaac Itzig and David Friedlaender to open a school for Jewish young men which did not depend on Talmudic studies and instead emphasized mathematics, commerce, and European languages. This school marked one of the first steps toward so-called Jewish enlightenment and modernization. The school was opened to non-Jews in the early 19th Century. Its current location is at 27 Grosse Hamburger Strasse, in the same building it used from 1906 to 1942. It remains private and open to all for admission. Note the police at the entrance - there is a constant police presence at the school even today.
Enlightenment led to the Reform Judaism movement, with the first Reform synagogue opening in 1854 and functioning till destroyed by WWII air attacks. This liberalized movement offered organs, choirs, and services in German rather than Hebrew. As Jews entered German society, they received Prussian citizenship in 1815 and full equality by mid-century. The population grew from 10000 to 100000 in 50 years and the Jews reached their pinnacle of achievement during the Weimar Republic in the 1920's particularly in the arts - painting, writing, theatre, music. As Hitler assumed power, Berlin had 160000 Jews. The ascent of the Jewish populationn did not go unnoticed - even before 1933, anti-Semitism was on the rise.
Pictured is the current location of the Jewish Free School, complete with police detachment. Also pictured is the neighboring building, the exterior left unrepaired since the war and with numerous bullet holes and other evidence of war damage. A large number of stumbling blocks are embedded in the sidewalk at this building.

They DON'T have everything

by christine.j about KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens)

The KaDeWe prides itself in offering everything, so I was very surprised they don't sell ready- made sandwiches. I didn't want to go to a restaurant, so I thought I'd just get some sandwiches. But to my surprise I was told the KaDeWe doesn't sell them. I was told to look around the food stalls, choose what I want to have and I would get my sandwiches made on the spot. Of course that took a lot longer, cost a lot more than prepacked sandwiches, but was also a lot more interesting and in the end I had a much better meal.

Berlin Bar NBI

by Dimi1

Yes the upcoming Schoenhauser Allee and the Kollwitzplatz in Eastern-Berlin hide plenty of small restaurants and bars and it's a pleasure to walk around there in a hot summer night. Step into the NBI and feel the local atmosphere of this spot. There you can hardly find any tourists. Most of the young and young minded people are neighbours and it's fun to chat with them and enjoy a cool drink ... watching the night go by ... Just be yourself, relaxe and feel at home ... Cheers ! relaxe ... be yourself !


Popular Hotels in Berlin

Circus - The Hostel

6 Reviews

Rosenthaler Strasse 1, Berlin

Show Prices

Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 10 Reviews

Unter den Linden 77, Berlin

Show Prices

Grand Hyatt Berlin

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews

Marlene Dietrich Platz 2, Berlin

Show Prices

Radisson Blu Hotel Berlin

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 9 Reviews

Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 3, Berlin

Show Prices

View all Berlin hotels

View all Berlin hotels

Latest Berlin hotel reviews

AGON Aldea Hotel Berlin
287 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Hilton Hotel - Berlin
1333 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Berlin Marriott Hotel
732 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Crowne Plaza Hotel Berlin City Centre
474 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Holiday Inn Berlin Schoenefeld Airport
125 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 2, 2014
Citadines Apart'Hotel Berlin
134 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 2, 2014
Best Western Kanthotel Berlin
68 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 7, 2014
Apartments Am Brandenburger Tor
159 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Holiday Inn Garden Court Berlin - Kurfurstendam
1 Review & Opinion
Ramada Hotel Globus Berlin
80 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 2, 2014
Innside Premium Hotel Berlin
84 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 25, 2014
Agon Frankfurter Allee Hotel Berlin
217 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Grand Hyatt Berlin
636 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
City Hostel Berlin
98 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 5, 2014
Derag Hotel Grosser Kurfuerst
267 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 3, 2014