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The hotel was okay, but it's a very old building. You could see water stains on the ceiling and the carpet was also in a bad condition. Rooms got cleaned every day. Has an elevator and is very central plus right across the road was...More
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I stayed here just 1 night but would happily stay again. For 35 Euro I had a private 1 bed room with my own shower but a shared toilet. I never saw anybody else use the toilet or had to wait to use it so...More
I've never stayed in a place like this before.
Conveniently located near Berlin HBF, it's a renovated apartment building, and you actually stay in apartments. Mine was clean, everything worked, it had a spare bedroom, and provided a nice respite from my visit to chilly...More
We arrived in Berlin on the 31st December very much looking forward to spending New Years at the Brandenburger Tor at the biggest street party in the world. The so called "Hotel" is about a 15 minute walk from the Hauptbahnhof but as we had...More
You may not realize Moabit is one of the city’s most central neighbourhoods when you arrive at Hauptbahnhof (central station). Surrounded by waterways, Moabit is a quiet island protected from the hustle and bustle of Berlin. The crowds that do gather prefer spending their evenings in cozy restaurants over the party venues offered by other districts. With its beautiful parks, old housing and romantic industrial areas, life
has traditionally been relaxed and a bit slower here. But the tone may soon be changing. Reasonable housing costs and proximity to city centre are attracting more young Berliners and international visitors. This interest is encouraging new bars, cafés and nightclubs, making Moabit a candidate for most up-and-coming neighbourhood in the city.