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Price is high for such a hotel in a suburb area far from center even though there is a shopping center right next to it.
Clean rooms, nice professional staff, rooms were a bit far, have to go outside to take the lift which was...More
I chose this place for convenience because it's a ten minute walk away from where my son lives and it was only £287 for 3 people for 3 nights.
One little thing to mention to their credit is that one day we went out and...More
I booked a room online with Booking.com and stayed one night in this hotel with my partner. It is walking distance from U Rathaus Neukolln on the U7. It appears to be a converted old apartment block with a pretty central courtyard. The 24hr reception...More
I stayed three nights at Erlanger Hof and got a nice and quiet room, nearly without carpets in the room. Breakfast was good and the staff treated us nice, always ready to make the stay good. Unfortunately the wifi did not work late in the...More
We'd booked a room with four single beds - for three adults - and it was so small that the table and chairs (only two chairs) blocked the only corridor between the beds that led to the bathroom, forcing us to move them out of...More
US$77 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No Berlin neighbourhood is more popular with the young and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area became known as “Little Istanbul“. Today the percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
Westerstrasse or at Maybachufer, having a beer and waving to the sightseeing boats as they float by. But at night, Neukölln is dominated by increasingly young, alternative, and international crowds. This is particularly evident in the northern section of the district where there are many bars, funky clubs, galleries and restaurants. There, the night never seems to end.