Bright and spacious!
1 double bed, 1 double sofa 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
- dryer machine
- coffee maker
- induction fire
- plasma TV
We inform you that from June 12 to July 15 the building facade and the inner courtyard will be performed and remodeling, so that from Monday to Friday from 07.30 to 19.00 may could be noise.
For this reason we offer a 15% discount on the total price of the reservation.
Housed in a lovely 20th-century building, the flat gives you the opportunity to live in a typical Berlin apartment from that period.
The area surrounding the apartment
This apartment is located in a central yet very quiet area next to Kollwitzplatz, in the famous Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, with its many cafes, restaurants and fascinating things to discover.
A few steps away you shall find Helmholtzplatz and Kollwitzplatz, two beautiful and well-known city squares, as well as Kastanienallee and Oderberger Strasse streets and their surroundings.
Here you can feel the authentic vibe of the "Berlin" spirit which has made this city famous: Cafes where you can brunch until the late afternoon, sample the superb international food Berlin has to offer or browse the hip designer and second hand fashion stores.
This is a delightful, comfortable apartment. The bedroom has a queen-size bed (160 x 200 cm) and wardrobe. The living room is furnished with a sofa bed for two guest. It’s the perfect place to relax or enjoy a delicious dinner. It also has and TV abd internet conection. The balcony has a table and chairs and is big enough to have breakfast or lunch outside or simply enjoy the open air. The modern kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, fridge, microwave and all the cooking utensils you need as well as chairs for four people. The big luxus bathroom has a shower a washing and a dryer machine.
Traditionally a bohemian neighborhood, it has undergone many changes after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The rising cost of housing resulted in mostly young families staying in this area. It has become one of the top notch spots of Berlin culture, and it's popular with young Berliners during week-end nights because of the many bars, nightclubs, and cafes that are found there. Prenzlauer Berg is one of the trendy districts.
Helmholtzplatz and Kollwitzplatz square are two of the most beautiful and interesting squares to be found in Prenzlauer Berg. This zone is laid out following a coherent urban development plan within a late nineteenth century residential area surrounding downtown Berlin. During W.W.II the area was not badly damaged, and has come through as an area of great historical value and one style high quality urban architecture.
Kastanienallee and Oderbergerstrasse are some of the most visited streets, where you shall find a wide variety of bars, cafes and lounges, rare and original clothes stores and Berlin designer stores, quite unique with a distinct style, and even the most extravagant hairdressing saloons.
The former Schultheiss brewery buildings now house the Kulturbrauerei, a lively cultural center with cinemas, restaurants, and theaters, including among others the Russian Chamber Theater, created in 1922.
Two nice places to visit are the Biergarten Prater, in Kastanienallee since 1827, the oldest open air alehouse in Berlin and Pfefferberg, another beautiful Biergarten in Schöhnhauserallee.