the hotel is close to the center, once you get used to Berlin's measures; it has a very good breakfast, clean bathrooms, including the one in the basement, a beautiful garden where it's a pleasure to eat and smoke a cigarette. the staff in the restaurant where we ate our breakfast was very discreet; those from the reception seemed a little bit annoyed when we asked for something, not all of them, but there were some.
Cannot recommend this hotel enough. Room was perfect and the A/C was a lifesaver during the summer heat. There are also great facilities like a gym, bar and bike hire. I'd recommend hiring a bike if you're staying longer than a few days because Alexander Platz is a 10-15min walk and the main Berlin sights are not super close. However there are heaps of restaurants just up the road so eating out isn't a problem. As budget travellers we were sad to leave our surprisingly luxurious accommodation!
Traveller from Aus
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Lovely wee hotel situated within 15-20 minutes walk of everywhere in Prenzlauer Berg and the Mitte. The young male receptionist was super helpful and very friendly - all in all we felt very welcome. Room was fine - clean and comfortable - no safe though. Breakfast was great - loads of choice and tasty. There is a very lovely garden too. Only downside was the wi-fi which was a faff and wasn't consistent. Would definitely go back.
Traveller from London
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A bit put off by outside appearance with neon light/arrow but surprisingly spacious living area / kitchen and comfortable enough beds. We were on ground level which meant extra noise level as everyone slammed the fron door on leaving and had a few conversations on the landing so I suggest don't get a ground level apartment if possible. All in all, ideal for a family or group of friends to share ( 4 beds in 2 rooms)
Prenzlauer Berg is Berlin's premier café district, and the trendiest address in town. Scarred in the war and left untouched during communist rule, buildings have now been renovated and property values continue to rise. There are weekly street markets on Kollwitzplatz and Helmholtzplatz, and breweries in the Kulturbrauerei and Pfefferberg. The painter Max Liebermann is buried in the Jewish Cemetery.
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