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We stayed here for 4 days recently & although we had read the hotel was close to the train track we (as we often do with TA reviews), took any negativity with a pinch of salt. However we were unfortunate enough to have a room...More
A perfectly good place to stay for a few days.Very helpful and friendly staff... Clean and comfortable beds and room.cleaning and clean towels daily. Tea coffee making facilities.. No milk.
Water very hot so remember to adjust mixer taps.. Good location ..no changes to Shoenfeld...More
Nice hotel in a good position to visit Berlin.
The only one problem is the noise of trains travelling near the hotel day and night, do not choose this accomodation if you have problems to sleep in a noisy place.
- 3 min. walking from the S-bahn (Frankfurter Allee)
- free wifi in the room (good speed)
- the bathroom wasnt that clean (hairs in the shower)
- old furniture (not in good shape)
- the rooms in the back side are less...More
I had a single room (#301) that faced the train tracks, all 6 of them! LOUD all night, back and fourth, never ended. The location was good and near Frankfurter Allee, which made it easy to get to Alexanderplatz. I did not try the breakfast,...More
US$54 - US$66 (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.