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True Berlin style!
1 double bed, 1 single sofa bed
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- washing machine
- coffee maker
- king sized bed 180 x 200
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- Cable TV
Bright attic apartment in the heart of Kreuzberg, just 10 minutes’ walking distance from the famous Bergmannstrasse.
This magnificent 50sqm loft with 1 bedroom is located on the 4th floor of an historic building constructed in an Art Decó style.
The area surrounding the apartment
The apartment is located in front of the gorgeous Viktoriapark Park, in the youthful and lively Berlin-Kreuzberg district.
To wander around this area is quite an experience. It's streets offer a unique environment, truly worth knowing.
With its typical shops and markets it is another one of the peculiar city areas, both for the ambiance and for the beautiful 19th century architecture of the buildings.
The apartment is specifically located in a privileged area of this Berlin district. Its surroundings house, specially at Bergmannstrasse, Graefestrasse and Dieffenbachstrasse a number of shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars where you can go out for a drink at night.
This stylish and beautiful loft comprises a sleeping and relaxing lounge with a very comfortable sofa, a kitchen, a bathroom and has wooden floors. It is very well equipped, welcoming and very comfortable, making it ideal for business trips or for guests simply wishing to enjoy this fantastically interesting city.
This apartment is bright and cheerful thanks to abundant natural light coming from the big windows. On entering the apartment you will find the spacious and lovely living area which is a perfect place to relax. It features a comfy sofa, several armchairs, a double bed, a dining table, flat TV and table with seating for 4 guests. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything the guests might need to prepare a meal or snacks.
The bathroom, decorated with blue tiles, comes with a shower unit as well as a hairdryer.
Bed linen and towels are provided so that you have all you need for a pleasant stay at this homely apartment.
One of the advantages of staying in this apartment is that it situated in the same building as the Kreuzberg II apartment, and offers you the possibility to accommodate a group of friends that wish to spend their holidays together whilst at the same time enjoying their own privacy.
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
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.
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