Comfortable, quiet and central!
1 double bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking, Children under 4
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- coffee maker
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
The Linden I is a quiet apartment located in the interesting Mitte district, very close to the interesting and modern Jewish Museum and from Checkpoint Charlie, and of course, also close to the emblematic and elegant Friedrichstrasse and all its surroundings.
The area surrounding the apartment
The apartment is in a excellent location in Berlin, allowing for you to easily discover all this interesting city has to offer.
It's a 5 minute walk from the center of Berlin Mitte and located 150m from the U6 - Kochstrasse subway.
Friedrichstrasse road leads to well-known Checkpoint Charlie, former border crossing and setting to many spy legends and stories. Here you shall also find the Berlin Wall Museum with extensive information from the Zimmerstrasse to Friedrichstrasse street.
Close to Friedrichstrasse is Gendarmenmarkt, without a doubt one of the most beautiful squares in town.
In the area, where the Linden I apartment is located, there are also some of the most important and emblematic Berlin sites such as the Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden Avenue with the Opera House, Museum Island, Humboldt University, and the Bebelplatz among others, which can be easily accessed on foot.
This wonderful location in Berlin is home to a world of shops and stores, with a wide range of boutiques as well as fine restaurants, cocktail bars, cafes and such.
The charm and excellent location of this studio apartment ensures a wonderful and unforgettable stay in Berlin. It counts on a spacious and bright room with an open plan kitchen. It's interior design is tasteful and very welcoming to make you feel completely at ease. The ocher and silver colors of furniture, walls and curtains add a nice luxurious touch.
In the room there is a queen size bed (160 x 200) with a bedside table, a large comfortable sofa, a dining area with a table and three comfortable chairs, and a plasma TV. The apartment receives natural light all day, for this reason it is very bright.
From the kitchen you can access the balcony, where you can enjoy some quiet time.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you might need to cook, if you should desire to do so.
It has a Nespresso coffee machine, microwave, oven and kettle.
In the hallway there is a wardrobe where you can store all your personal belongings.
The bathroom has a shower and hairdryer with fresh towels ready for your arrival.
Mitte is Berlin's main district, where many of the city's tourist attractions are located and some of the most elegant and busy shopping streets.
It's the city's historic center. The area includes some of the most important tourist sites such as the Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden avenue and Potsdamer Platz square.
Mitte is Berlin's most important cultural center. To show for that you have Unter den Linden avenue, Humboldt University which both Einstein and Marx attended, Staatsoper and Komische Oper. Not far from the square, you shall find a surprising classical architecture ensemble declared World Heritage by UNESCO, including Museum Island (Musiumsinsel) which houses five of the most important museums in Berlin: Altes Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bodemuseum, Pergamonmuseum, and the Neues Museum, inaugurated just recently.
Friedrichstrasse will take you to well-known Checkpoint Charlie, former border crossing point and setting to many stories and secret agent legendary tales.
There you shall also find the Berlin Wall Museum and extensive information on the Berlin wall on Zimmerstrasse and Friedrichstrasse street.
Close to Friedrichstrasse is the Gendarmenmarkt, without a doubt one of the most beautiful squares in the city.
One of the things that will marvel you about this lively and dynamic district and the Hackescher Markt, are the inner courtyards of the Hackesche Höfe. The buildings, built in the early nineteenth century, housed a variety of business offices, small enterprises and factory HQs.
The Brandenburg Gate was left in no man's land for 30 years. The Wall was built just in front of it making it inaccessible to any citizen. In 1987, then U.S. President Ronald Reagan spoke at the Gate the famous lines, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!", which happened two years later.
In 1925, Potsdamer Platz, surrounded by hotels, restaurants, cafes and theaters was considered the busiest square in Europe. The first European traffic light was set up there. It was totally destroyed during the last months of World War II, and its reconstruction took 10 years.
Nowadays, this area is full of modern office buildings, restaurants, shops, hotels and apartments buildings, all state of the art modern design, in unison with other buildings standing there before.