There is a huge range of accommodation on offer in Berlin. If you are looking for a cheap and centrally located place to stay, you will usually opt for a Berlin hostel. Many of the hostels offer private rooms with their own bathroom, well-equipped communal kitchens and free extras such as Wi-Fi or breakfast.
With its modern design and different room types, Generator Hostel Berlin is a popular hostel in the German capital. Guests can choose from a wide range of private rooms and shared rooms with and without private bathrooms. Thanks to the hostel’s location in the Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain districts, it is close to many of Berlin’s nightlife clubs and bars. Special features of the Generator Hostel Berlin include an in-house bar, a large beer garden and an in-house bike hire service, so that Berlin’s sights can be easily explored by bike.
Industriepalast Hostel Berlin
The Industriepalast offers spacious multi-bed rooms for a maximum of eight people as well as affordable single and twin rooms in hotel standard. A free breakfast buffet sweetens the start of the day. Industriepalast Hostel Berlin is located in the immediate vicinity of the East Side Gallery, the banks of the Spree and O2 World. The open-air terrace is the ideal place to enjoy a fantastic sunset over Berlin. The hostel has a bar, a guest kitchen for self-catering and a vaulted cellar with a table tennis table, table football and Wii games console. Three of the city’s best clubs – Berghain, Watergate and Matrix – are just a stone’s throw away from the hostel.
EastSeven Berlin Hostel
The EastSeven Berlin Hostel in Berlin’s trendy Prenzlauer Berg district consists of four floors with private single and double rooms as well as shared dormitories. Most of the rooms share shared bathrooms, but there are also rooms with private bathrooms. Many sights such as Alexanderplatz, Hackesche Höfe and Kollwitzplatz can be easily reached on foot. The hostel has a communal kitchen, an outdoor area with a barbecue and a lounge to relax in. Guests receive free extras, including free Wi-Fi.
These and other Berlin hostels can be booked on online booking portals such as HostelBookers.de. There you will also find customer reviews from former guests who have rated the individual hostels according to various points of criticism.
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