In a central location!
1 double bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking, Children under 4
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
Nice apartment of 40 sqm in the neighbourhood of "Kastanienallee" - the heart of Berlins most popular in district "Prenzlauer Berg".
The area surrounding the apartment
Nearby there are restaurants, bars, clubs, supermarkets and designer shops.
The Kastanienallee, Mauerpark, Kulturbrauerei, Helmholtz Platz, Kollwitzplatz are close to the apartment.
The nearest underground station "Eberswalder Street" (U2) can be reached by foot in 5 minutes.
From here you can take the tram M2 or metro in a few minutes to Hackescher Markt, Friedrichstrasse or Kurfürstendamm.
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.
The Kastanienallee is a cozy one-bedroom apartment is the perfect accommodation for one person or a couple.
In the living room area there a round table with chairs for three persons, a sofa, two arearmchairs side board, internet connection and TV.
The bedroom space is furnished with a double queen size bed, (160 X 200), a bedside table, wardrobe a and lamps.
The kitchen has all the kitchen utensils you might need to prepare your favourite dishes. It is equipped with oven, washing machine, microwave, toaster, electric kettle, and espresso coffee machine.
The bathroom has a shower and hair-dryer.
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.