Best Places To Stay In Berlin, Germany

By Travel Noire


The city of Berlin has a lot to offer; from the historical monuments to the amazing roads to modern architecture. After spending your day in Berlin however you’ll definitely need a place to sleep. Below are some of the best places to stay in Berlin.


This location is to the North of the Berlin City Center. It is a beautiful modern neighborhood with tree-lined streets and lots of coffee shops and restaurants — not much to view but pleasant to stay. Hotels in Prenzlauer Berg include:-

Ackselhaus & Blue Home

These are two hotels in one; the more expensive Blue Home and the economy class Ackselhaus. They are side by side near the city center and neighboring pleasant livable neighborhoods. They have an exotic feel but don’t offer much in terms of facilities (no gym, spa, restaurant, bar etc). Double rooms range from 150 Euros to 250 Euros.

Pfefferbett Hostel Berlin

It’s located between Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg. The location is pretty active and there is pretty more to see. It has a mix of modern like light installations and contemporary painting and historical styling like brick vaulted ceilings.

It offers bicycle hire, free guided tours and laundry services. Double room costs begin at 32 Euros while dorms start at 12 Euros.


Linnen is located at a 10-minute walk from the Berlin wall memorial.  No gym, spa or restaurant. Double rooms cost 88 Euros to 130 Euros depending on the season.


The location has numerous tourist attractions like Potsdamer Platz, Alexanderplatz, the Nikolaiviertel and Unter den Linden. It has many coffee shops, restaurants, and clubs and is very active. Hotels here include:-

Soho House Berlin

It has good styling and offers facilities such as dining, drinking, a rooftop pool, three restaurants, spa, private cinema etc. The rooms available range from tiny to extra large. Double room costs range from 200 Euros to 500 Euros depending on the season.

Hotel de Rome

The hotel is housed in a building that served as a 19th Century Bank. It’s located on Bebelplatz. It offers valet services, concert booking, spa, gym, meeting rooms, ballroom, Wi-Fi etc. The rooms cost from 275 Euros to 658 Euros depending on the season.

The Circus Hotel

Located on Rosenthaler Street in central Berlin, the Circus hotel has a bar and a restaurant. Cost of double rooms ranges from 89 Euros to 109 Euros depending on Season.


Kreuzberg is located just south of the Mitte. It has many Middle Eastern immigrants hence is very multicultural. It is a very lively district. Hotels here include:-

Hotel the Dude

Located near to the Märkisches Museum, that’s already a tourist attraction available to you. It is housed in a 19th-century mansion. Services include bar, parking, laundry, WiFi, Room Service etc. The rooms cost between 100 to 170 Euros depending on the season.

Grand Hostel Berlin

It’s located close to the Landwehr canal. Facilities include bar, laundry, free Wi-Fi etc. Dorm beds go for 9 Euros while single rooms go for 29 Euros. Twin rooms go for 38 Euros.


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