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We were a group of 6 friends divided in two rooms for 3 people each of there. I have to say that rooms were pretty good, cleaned and big. The bathroom was very spacious but it was because our room was directed to disabled people,...More
Booked 3 nights here, only good thing about it is its location. Upon arrival we were faced with hidden fee's such as paying 4 euros for bed sheets which were not included. No free WiFi but the WiFi you pay for can only be used...More
The hostel was brilliant value for money, right in the heart of Berlin, only 20 mins into Alexandraplatz by , M10 tram end of road,then 2 stops down, at Warschaur Str either S3,S75,S7 into various central locations.
Rooms were clean, beds comfy, brilliant for bars...More
Hostel is on a great location, very good servis and prices. Very happy I stayed there. You can check in late at night and check out at 1pm. Only the elevator is sometimes scary :) get stuck couple of times but still alive ;) and...More
The reception was open 24/7, the staff was helpful, moderately friendly. What I didn't like about the hostel was its kind-of prison arrangement, from the bunkbeds to the metal lockers to showers which are all in one big tiled space (are not separated). The colours...More
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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.
hi, unfortunately I can't help with the airport to hostel as we took the train and walked to the hostel. you can take the train from the main station. I think there is a lift when you get to the station near the hostel. I... More
hi, unfortunately I can't help with the airport to hostel as we took the train and walked to the hostel. you can take the train from the main station. I think there is a lift when you get to the station near the hostel. I would say it's about a 10-15 minute walk to the hostel from there. maybe a little longer. we used the train a bit as there weren't too many of the main attractions round that area...well I don't think so anyway. the east side gallery is on that side of town so that was handy and is a bit tourist attraction. for the things like the Brandenburg gate and Jewish memorial etc you will need to take public transport. even though it's only one district apart it's fairly far. we didn't buy the card, but if it includes unlimited travel I would get it. the train system is pretty easy to use so I would try that.
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"Don't stay right at the end of the corridor because it might as well have its own tram stop"