Wonderful apartment in Kreuzberg!
2 double beds, 1 single sofa bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking, Children under 4
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- hob cooker (electric)
- coffee maker
- king sized bed 180 x 200
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
Wonderful apartment in Kreuzberg, the most desirable and central district in Berlin. Designer furniture and artwork help create this apartment's special atmosphere.
The effect of the many paintings placed all together gives one the feeling of being in an art gallery, and the unique furniture gives this apartment a great personal style.
The area surrounding the apartment
Thanks to its central location you have fast and easy access via subway to all the city's attractions.
Kreuzberg is one of the most popular and charming areas in the city.
The apartment is very centrally located, close to Oranienstrasse, where there are many restaurants, cafés, bars, boutiques and art galleries.
This part of the Kreuzberg district is known for its special ambiance and in particular for its art scene and its famous multi-cultural atmosphere.
This is a beautiful, elegant apartment with two large bedrooms.
The apartment's living room has a coffee table and a sofa bed that transforms into a comfortable single bed.
There is also a dining area and a cupboard for storage.
There is also cable TV, a CD player, DVD player and wireless internet access.
The dining area has a table with six chairs.
The first bedroom has a double bed, a bedside table and wardrobe.
The second bedroom has a double bed and two bedside tables.
The apartment has 1 single bed as well.
The bathroom has a large bath/shower, sink, toilet and hair dryer.
The kitchen is equipped with all necessary kitchen utensils and also an electric vitroceramic stove with oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, toaster and kettle.
Bed linen and towels are provided so that you have all you need for a pleasant stay at this homely apartment.
Known for years for being a cosmopolitan district, stronghold of trade unions and political action, it is nowadays one of the city areas with the highest number of foreigners, mostly of Turkish origin, who have contributed to what has come to be known as Little Istanbul.
Is one of the most popular and most charismatic of the city's districts. In it people with dozens of different nationalities, live together and have learned to share their differences and common strengths. To take a walk around this area is quite an experience, and you will find an unique street ambiance worth knowing.
With typical shops and street markets it's another one of the peculiar area in Berlin, both for the ambiance as for the beautiful nineteenth century architecture buildings in the Bergmannstrasse, Chamissoplatz area and its vicinity.
Further along Bergmannstrasse, in Kreuzberg Strasse, is the Viktoriapark. The most important monument of the park is dedicated to Frederick William III of Prussia, in honor of the liberation wars he led at the end of the Napoleonic wars. From the monument, you have magnificent views of the southern part of the city, while you can also hear the water flowing in the beautiful monument's waterfall.
Oranienstrasse and Wiener Strasse, the surroundings of Schlesische Tor and Falkensteinstrasse (with their many cafes, restaurants, cocktail bars and nightclubs to go out on weekends) in the Wrangelkiez, are other of the famous spots in Kreuzberg.
In Kreuzberg, you should also visit the Jewish Museum, on Lindenstrasse 9, built by Daniel Liebeskind, and devoted to the history of Berlin Jews.