Apartment in pure "Italian style"!
2 double beds
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- hob cooker (electric)
- washing machine
- coffee maker
- king sized bed 180 x 200
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- plasma TV
This comfortable and exquisitely decorated apartment ensures you all the comfort necessary for your stay in Berlin. Perfect for a family or two couples.
Very bright and quiet, located on the second floor of a typical Berlin building (without elevator, which is typical of Berlin!)
The area surrounding the apartment
The 75 m² apartment, with original wooden floors, was fully redone in the summer of 2010, and offers guests a truly relaxing ambiance, thanks to the green area that surrounds it.
From the apartment, getting into town is very easy.
The underground station U9 - Amrumerstrasse, is located less than 100m away and gives you access to key city locations, like for example, the Zoologischer Garten, Kurfürstendamm's shopping area, Friedrichstraße street and Gendarmenmarkt, as well as Museum Island.
For those wishing to relax, the area offers the possibility of several outdoor activities such as taking a walk along the Spree river, going for a bike ride at either Rehberge or Goethe park, or even going for a swim in Plötzen See Lake in the summertime.
Across the street there is a taxi stop and a free parking area.
The living room is a nice open plan area with two large windows and has a relaxing lounge with a very comfortable sofa and also a table with four chairs. The kitchen is extremely well equipped with an oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, coffeemaker, toaster, and pots and pans.
This apartment has two bedrooms.
One of the bedrooms is very large and decorated in modern style, with a king-size bed, 2 bedside tables with lamps, a three-door wardrobe, a chest of drawers, plasma screen TV, and two armchairs. From here you can access the balcony.
The second bedroom is decorated in Provencal style and is very comfy. It has a double bed, 2 bedside tables with lamps, a two-doors wardrobe, a chest of drawers, and an armchair.
The bathroom is spacious and very practical thanks to its large sink with a mirror. It also has a heated towel rail, hair dryer and a shower.
We wish you a pleasant stay in the Diana apartment!
Conditions of stay
€200 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Refundable deposit for Monthly booking
€300 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Check-in / Checkout
Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
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.