The best areas to stay in Berlin

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Hotel Ambert
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Hotel Pension Bella
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Hotel Franke
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Potsdamer Inn
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Hotel Am Stuttgarter Eck
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Art Hotel Charlottenburger Hof Berlin
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Hotel Pension Kima
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Berlin is a city full of attractions to know and many things to do every day: you can visit historical monuments, get to know its eastern part, enjoy its intense nightlife, stroll through its beautiful parks and taste its delicious cuisine (in addition to drinking beer, of course).

The capital of Germany has an area of ​​almost 900 km2 and 45 km from end to end, so it is really very big. That is why stay in berlin It can be a bit tricky, especially if it's your first time visiting.

One of the biggest and advantages that Berlin offers as far as accommodations it refers is that it has as much variety as tastes and economies they visit her. Hotels, hostels or apartments of different sizes and prices, which are spread throughout the German capital.

It is clear that, at the time of choose a place to sleep, It is important to take into account what it is that you really want to know in the city. Depending on your priorities, you will be much closer to the places to visit.

While Mitte is the first district that many travelers choose to book their stay in Berlin, There are other areas that are very good options to stay, among them Friedrichstrasse, Alexanderplatz or the Brandenburg Gate, among others.

In order to make the most of your stay, we offer you a small guide with the best areas to stay in Berlin: the most tourist, the safest, from which it is easy reach any point in the city, walk on foot or eat and shop without problems, near your hotel.

If you want to know what the best areas to stay in Berlin, continue with us until the end ...

Mitte, the center of the city

Before World War II and the subsequent division of Berlin, Mitte it was the center of the city. After reunification, he quickly regained the importance he had in the past, being one of the preferred points by tourists today.

The neighborhood stretches along the large Unter den Linden Boulevard, which begins at the Brandenburg Gate. It is one of the oldest parts of the capital, which is why it has numerous historical and cultural attractions.

Here you will find palaces and monuments from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, where they are Staatsoper Unter den Linden and the Komische Oper, two of the three most important opera houses in Berlin.

In this district is also located the Museum Island (Museumsinsel), which is home to 5 of the most renowned museums in the city. In turn, on the eastern edge of Unter den Linden you will come across the iconic Berlin Cathedral.

Being one of the most popular areas, there are dozens of restaurants, pubs and shops. Various artistic events are also organized, making it an ideal district so you can enjoy the Berlin night.

Charlottenburg, family and economic

Charlottenburg it's the neighborhood richer and more commercial from the western part of Berlin, crossed by the famous boulevard Ku´Damm. Here you will find countless hotels, elegant restaurants, theaters, nightclubs and shopping centers.

In turn, in this area is the Charlottenburg palace, which stands out for its beautiful gardens. In addition, there are museums nearby that are worth visiting, such as the Broham Museum and the Berggruen Sammlung.

It is also to highlight the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Berlin German Opera), one of the three most important opera houses in Berlin.

Stay in Charlottenburg it is an excellent option for several reasons. It is an elegant, safe and clean neighborhood, which has important offers for you to enjoy the leisure of the city. In addition, it is very well connected with Mitte and the accommodations are not expensive at all.

At this point, it should be noted that it is an area with many sleeping options: from luxurious hotels to extremely inexpensive lodgings.

Friedrichstraße, the most commercial area

Friedrichstrasse is Berlin's most important shopping street, so you will find the main international brands, boutiques and many luxurious stores. Without a doubt, it is the perfect place to go shopping.

One of the main attractions in the area is Westberlin Cafe, an ideal place for lovers of minimalist design and magazines, where you can buy, for example, the latest issues of The Gentle Woman or Another Magazine.

Nearby is the emblematic Checkpoint Charlie, the famous border crossing where the Berlin Wall. Precisely, a few meters away are the remains of the wall and its museum, so it is usually full of tourists.

Passing the old checkpoint, luxurious clothing stores begin to appear. Friedrichstraße Passagen, at number 67, connects some of the large commercial blocks in the area through an underground walkway.

Among the most important attractions, is Ward 206, an imposing building where the best boutiques in the city are. By his side, in Ward 207 you are going to run into one of the headquarters of the prestigious Galleries Lafayette.

Finally, in Friedrichstrasse is the Automobile Forum, a perfect place for car lovers because Bugatti Veyron and Bentley models are on display to the public.

While it is a very good area to stay in Berlin, it is necessary to take into account that the accommodation offer is made up almost entirely of Luxury hotels. And, the cheapest options, you will only find them around CheckPoint Charlie.


Alexanderplatz, ideal for being in the center

Alexanderplatz it was completely destroyed during WWII and rebuilt in the Soviet era. It is one of the most important squares in Berlin, where the imposing Television Tower is at 368 meters high.

This is one of the attractions that you cannot miss on your trip, because you will have a unrivaled panoramic view of the city. You can take the elevator up to the viewpoint, just over 200 meters high.

El world clock It is another of the icons of the area and that is why it is usually full of tourists and Berliners. It has a mechanism that makes it possible to see the current time in each area of ​​the world and presents a peculiar decoration that represents the solar system and the planets.

En Alexanderplatz you will also find the Marienkirche church, one of the oldest in the city. It was the victim of various bombings during the world wars, which is why it has been restored on several occasions.

Finally, very close to the square, is the charming neighborhood of San Nicolás, full of taverns and restaurants to enjoy Berlin's gastronomy on the banks of the river. Undoubtedly, Alexanderplatz it's a very good sleeping area in Berlin.

Brandenburg Gate, the most central

In this berlin area you will find two of the most important icons of the city: the Brandenburg Gate itself and the Reichstag, the imposing building that houses the German Bundestag (the parliament), as well as ministries and embassies.

Located in the beautiful downtown Pariser Platz, the gate is an emblem of the capital. It was built between 1788 and 1791 and, during the division of Germany in the 1989th century, the wall left it inaccessible to the public until XNUMX. To this day, it is one of the main points busiest For the tourists.

Nearby is the Berlin Holocaust Memorial, probably the most impressive commemorative work in Germany.

It is a testimony in the form of forests of stone and concrete, which recalls one of the saddest episodes in human history.

La Brandenburg Gate It is an elegant, clean, central place and very well connected with the rest of the city, making it a ideal place to sleep.

Yes, just like Friedrichstrasse, is one of the most elite areas of Berlin, which is why its hotels they are usually expensive.


Potsdamer Platz, the financial area

Potsdamer Platz is one of the areas most modern and busiest in BerlinTherefore, if you are looking to enjoy the night, staying in this district can be an excellent option.

It was completely destroyed during the Second World War and then split in two by the wall, but today it shines again as before the second war conflict of the XNUMXth century.

To the west, in Postdamer District, there are two imposing architectural blocks: Sony Center and Quartier Daimler Chrysler.

The first is characterized by its enormous glass and steel dome, illuminated by changing colored lights. In addition, its terraces and bars are usually full of tourists and Berliners.

Traversing Potsdamer Strasse is Quartier Daimler Chrysler, which stands out for having beautiful gardens to enjoy a sunny afternoon.

Another attraction in the area is the Kollhoff Tower with 25 floors and more than 100 meters high, from which you can have one of the best panoramic views of Berlin

Finally, it should be noted that it is a district that is very close to various attractions and it is also well connected to public transport, therefore, it is an excellent place to stay during your trip to the German capital. 


Tiergarten, the area with green spaces

If you want to be surrounded by green spaces, Zoo It is an excellent sleeping area in Berlin. It is a central district, which is located on the border with Mitte and near the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag.

In this area is the immense Tiergarten park, known as the green lung of the city. You also have very close to Cultural forum, which hosts important cultural sites such as the Berlin Philharmonie, the Gemaldegalerie (Painting Gallery) and the Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery, among others.

On the other hand, in Zoo is the Berlin zoo and the Victory Column, one of the most emblematic monuments of the German capital.

Staying in this area it's a little moreit's economical than in other districts, in addition to being close to Mitte and surrounded by green spaces, so sleeping here is a very good choice.

Kreuzberg, the area to go out at night

Decades ago Kreuzberg It was the poorest neighborhood in the western districts of Berlin At present, it is in the process of urban and social transformation, although conserving part of its traditional alternative character, a feature that makes it extremely attractive to travelers.

In the 60s and 70s, this district became home to the main countercultural movement from the German capital. A good part of this personality was acquired thanks to the foreign population that lived (and still lives) in the area, especially from Turkey.

Precisely, it is estimated that one third of the population is from that country, which is why the Kreuzberg such as "Turkish neighborhood". Undoubtedly, the graffiti They are another of the characteristics that especially attract the attention of the area, with amazing graffiti that will surely leave you speechless.

Finally, it should be noted that Kreuzberg also stands out for its night life, so you will find some of the best bars and pubs in Berlin

If you like street art, Turkish food and want to be close to some of the most important night spots in the city, this is definitely one. very good area to sleep in the german capital.

Keep in mind that you are likely to get good accommodation at a economical price!

Schoneberg, the gay neighborhood

We close this list of the best sleeping areas in Berlin with Schoneberg, one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the capital. Located near the Ku'Damm, It is not in the city center, but it is a good option to stay since it has excellent connections with public transport, which will allow you, for example, to reach Mitte in a few minutes.

This district is the epicenter of the gay community in Berlin, so there is a large concentration of gay bars and pubs, especially in the Nollendorf area, where rainbow flags are everywhere. What's more, in Nollendorf square, every Wednesday and Saturday there is a really beautiful market, with a great variety of stalls and products.

Moreover, Winterfeldtplatz is one of the liveliest spots in the berlin nightlife, which is why you will find elegant bars, cafes and restaurants that give the city a special atmosphere.

It is also advisable to visit the Kaufhaus des westens (known by the abbreviation KaDeWe), one of the largest warehouses on the European continent, with 60.000 square meters. Here you will see an attractive offer of all kinds of products for various budgets.

Lastly, you can take a break at the Rudolph wilde park, a small park with a nice duck pond, which is very close to the subway station of the same name.

Schoneberg It is an elegant and very quiet area, where there are usually few tourists. Anyway, it has a interesting offer of hotels and pensions, many of them really very affordable.


The best hotels to stay in Berlin

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Hotels in Berlin

Each filtering bag Berlin hotels The center is mainly located in Berlin Mitte, where the tourist attractions are located, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Charlottenburg Palace or the mythical Alexander Platz and its world clock. Who doesn't feel like booking a hotel in Berlin?

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One of the most popular streets is that of Unter den Linden, with numerous souvenir shops, bars and restaurants and where the central and luxurious Hotel Adlon Kempinski locates its rooms. Another tourist attraction, due to its proximity to the Mall of Berlin, the Holocaust Monument and the Berlin Wall, is Potsdamer Platz where four and five star hotels such as Hotel Mandala and NH Berlin Hotel Potsdamer Platz are located.

Cheap hotes in Berlin

In addition to other cheaper accommodation options at the Hotel Berlin, with high flexibility in arrival and departure, or the Leonardo Hotel, with a wide range of hotels near the main points of interest in the city.

The same happens with Alexanderplatz in which there is a bahn station of the same name that connects to Schönefeld airport and where you can find the Ibis styles budget Berlin Hotel and the Alexander Plaza hotel, both with breakfast included, free Wi-Fi and cozy rooms.

Well-known chain hotels in Berlin

In Berlin Mitte there is also the Friedrichstraße shopping street with access to the Checkpoint Charlie and surrounded by hotels such as the NH Collection Friedrichstrasse Berlin hotels, the Catalonia Berlin hotel and the Gat Point Charlie.

In addition to the offer of cheap hostels, hostels and hotels in Berlin, which thanks to its proximity to the Berlin bahn transport network will allow you to know all the parts of the city that you plan. Book your hotel in central Berlin now!

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