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I had read about this hostel in the blog of a famous journalist who described it as stepping into a time machine back in the DDR time. The area is not the best one and in the end it is and still remains an economical...More
Booked this place last minute on the internet the night before we got to Berlin. It's a basic hostel but with private rooms. No kitchen to cook in and shared bathrooms are the major downsides. Our room was clean and spacious and I got a...More
I am not sure if i really felt that famous "DDR spirit"...the hotel is a part of the 1960-70s apartment building, so rooms are actually flats (part of the flats with shared bathrooms). All furniture is original "DDR-made". we had old radio in our room,...More
Checked in no problem, got key to room 55 top floor. Private bathroom across hall. Room clean if a bit dated ( deliberate of course ) nice comfortable bed after a hard days sightseeing and climbing those stairs! ( no lift ) lovely bakery on...More
I booked a private room with a bathroom shared with another room. With this hostel you are never sure if certain flaws are just part of the "GDR-theme" or just them being lazy with upkeep, for example the wallpaper in my room was partially torn...More
US$45 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When you arrive at Warschauer Strasse in the heart of the district, you have found one of Berlin’s party hotspots. At night in Friedrichshain, the energy is palpable and the streets of this old worker's quarter are full of street musicians. On one hand, you may find a bar with international crowds, electronic music, long lines and panoramic views - on the other, an outside venue by old train yards featuring decrepit
buildings and live alternative music. No matter your taste, the best way to end a night out in Friedrichshain is sitting by the Spree River at the East side gallery, the longest and best preserved piece of the Berlin Wall, watching the sun rise over the beautiful Oberbaum Bridge.