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Language: German | Currency: Euros (€) | Local time: UTC | Avg. Flight time: 2.0 hrs
You can’t walk two steps in Berlin’s Mitte district without falling over somewhere magnificent to book a room. It’s the heartland for the best hotels in Berlin, with every big-ticket attraction minutes from their glossy doorsteps.
If waking up within sight of the Brandenburg Gate and Museum Island is the dream, then this is the area in which to lay your head. Be warned, though, it isn’t cheap to stay in the city centre – prepare to stump up serious cash for the best hotels.
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This district, home to flagship designer stores, exquisite 19th-century restaurants and Belle Époque apartment buildings, as well as Schloss Charlottenburg (the former royal place) and Berlin Opera, isn’t the place to find cheap hotel deals in Berlin.
If you don’t mind paying extra, however, there’s a range of gorgeous hotels, the Tiergarten will be your fabulous neighbour and a night with the Berlin Philharmonic is so close you barely need a coat. Although if it’s chilly out, Dior or Balenciaga would be happy to sell you one from their stores on Ku’damm, the priciest of all Berlin shopping streets.
Music industry execs, media types and visiting celebrities congregate at riverside Kreuzberg.
This is where you’ll find Berlin’s five-star boutique hotels, major chain hotels with waterfront terraces and great views, and a few good value aparthotels tucked in between.
The district is good for clubs and shiny new bars, as well as interesting restaurants and designer shopping. It’s also home to the Jüdische (Jewish) Museum and Markthalle Neun, for the best pop-up food vendors every Thursday.
From the East Side Gallery section of the Berlin Wall to Karl-Marx-Allee Boulevard, and the alternative shopping on Simon-Dach Strasse to statues of fairy-tale folklore in Volkspark, Friedrichshain is the coolest district in the city and overflows with tremendous places to stay.
There are inexpensive minimalist hotels and quaint boutique guesthouses near Boxhagener Platz, a square that’s home to one of Berlin’s best-loved Sunday flea markets.
Friedrichshain is also the place for impromptu gigs on The Oberbaum Bridge and the city’s magical Freiluftkino outdoor cinema – go in summer and take a picnic.
Prenzlauer Berg is the pocket of Pankow where Berlin creatives like to live. It’s also the place to find inexpensive boutique hotels and self-catering apartments.
Even the cheapest of Berlin accommodation doesn’t deprive you of great neighbours though, with Kulturbrauerei (literally “the culture brewery”) right there in Pankow. Also close by is Weissensee Beach – the district’s summer hangout – and Schloss Schönhausen, a baroque palace surrounded by gardens.