Lovely and very center in Charlottenburg!
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
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- coffee maker
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- Cable TV
This apartment is well located in the Charlottenburg neighborhood, an area with easy access to the city center.
The area surrounding the apartment
Perfect for a couple, a family, or travelers coming to Berlin on business.
The U7 Wilmersdorferstrasse and the S-Bahn station Charlottenburg are in two minutes walking distance. From the apartment guests have direct access to Schönefeld Airport and to all subway lines and city trains.!
Berlin's Exhibition Center is just minutes away.
The apartment is located just 10 minutes walk to the Kurfurstendamm with all its attractions.
Savignyplatz is a welcoming square full of cafes, restaurants, bars and art galleries where you can spend a great many hours enjoying yourself.
The area surrounding the square is very chic and it is likely you'll run across well-known artists, politicians and athletes.
The wide range of activities this area has to offer will be clear to you as you wander around the countless side streets, where you will find anything from tiny local shops to luxury boutiques. We recommend you take a walk along the small and exclusive shopping streets that are in the vicinity of Savignyplatz S-Bahn station.
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.
In the room there is a queen size bed (160 x 200) with a bedside table, a large comfortable sofa, a wardrobe a dining area with a table and four comfortable chairs, Wi-Fi and a cable TV.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you might need to cook, if you should desire to do so.
It has a coffee machine, microwave, oven and kettle.
The bathroom has a shower and hairdryer with fresh towels ready for your arrival.
Already back in the 20s and 30s of the 20th century Berlin's social, artistic, and cultural circles made the Charlottenburg district quiver. Among many the famous Kit Kat Club, portrayed in the film Cabaret, as well as numerous theaters and literary cafes, spotted the newly-built Kurfürstendamm avenue.
Maxim Gorky, Bertolt Brecht, Marlene Dietrich and many intellectuals of the time walked these streets. You can start your walking tour of at the church memorial located in Breitscheidplatz square, the Kaiser-Wilhelm Gedächtnis Kirche, destroyed in 1943 by allied bombing, which has been maintained in the that same state, without it being rebuilt, as a reminder of the war.
The interesting Kurfürstendamm boulevard with its elegant buildings and old-style French cafes will happily surprise you with its beautiful adjacent streets such as Uhlandstrasse or Fasanenstrasse and the also emblematic Savignyplatz and its surroundings.
Charlottenburg, particularly the Kurfürstendamm area, is undoubtedly one of the best shopping areas in town, with numerous international designer boutiques.
The prestigious KaDeWe Gallery (Tauentzienstrasse, 21-24), opened to the public in 1907 when the Charlottenburg district was considered one of the most exclusive in Europe. For over 100 years, their window displays are a total creative challenge. Once there, you can't miss the sixth floor called "Gourmet Floor" where you shall find a large and diverse section of gastronomic specialties and the finest delicatessen.