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Where to stay in Berlin

The number one question asked by visitors is ‘where to stay in Berlin?’ The city is quite spread out, which means a little planning is needed to determine the best places to stay in Berlin that give you easy access to the sites you wish to see. Thankfully, transport in Berlin is quite cheap, so you can choose to stay somewhere close to shopping districts and still enjoy all the culture that the city has to offer. Many of the best places to stay in Berlin are close to public transport, including Mitte, Kreuzberg, and Charlottenburg.

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  • Kreuzberg

    The neighbourhood of Kreuzberg is home to artists and students, offering an ever-evolving vibe. Diverse in culture, Kreuzberg has always been considered trendy and this extends to the accommodation. Some of the best hostels are found here, as well as some beautiful four-star hotels. The food scene is another great reason to stay here, with street food and bars close by.

  • Mitte

    When museums and cultural events are your priority, accommodation in Mitte puts everything on your doorstep. Translated to English, Mitte means ‘middle', which gives you an indication of its proximity to everything. Enjoy some of the best shopping in the city, spectacular dining, and great bars. Mitte accommodation tends to be more upmarket, so be sure to factor that into your budget.

  • Friedrichshain

    Close to the East Side Gallery and many other East Berlin attractions, Friedrichshain has some of the best budget-style hotels. Here you'll find modern and trendy options, which give you comfort and convenience. Staying in Friedrichshain means you are within walking distance of many historical attractions, including Checkpoint Charlie, as well as being close to the U-Bahn for day trips.

  • Prenzlauer Berg

    If the beauty of Berlin's buildings and architecture captures your eye, Prenzlauer Berg is a great spot for accommodation. Blending modern hotels with bohemian bars, there's something here to suit every accommodation budget. Close to Mauerpark, Prenzlauer Berg provides easy access to a number of stunning attractions within the area.

  • Charlottenburg

    If you want to enjoy some of the best shopping in Berlin, Charlottenburg is a great location to stay. An upscale area, the historic Hotel am Steinplatz and Waldorf Astoria hotels are both located here. Previously the centre of West Berlin, Charlottenburg has a great residential vibe, while also providing easy access to restaurants, bars and shops.

  • Neukolln

    For Berlin accommodation off the tourist track, Neukolln is a perfect spot. Considered a neighbourhood ready to emerge as the next big thing in Berlin, the vibrant atmosphere makes this a beautiful spot to stay. There are many comfortable and affordable hotels located close to some of Berlin's best sights.

Frequently asked questions

When packing for a trip to Berlin, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some euro and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a walking shoes, hat, sunglasses and a good pair of jeans. No, seriously, jeans are the ultimate European travel accessory, effortlessly taking you from strolls along cobblestoned streets to nights dancing at any of Berlin’s famous clubs.


Home to some of Germany’s most important monuments and epic nightlife,  Berlin offers travellers a bounty of beautiful accommodation options. Some of the most popular locations include Mitte, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Charlottenburg.


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Germany’s peak season runs throughout summer from July to September, when travellers can enjoy warm weather, long days and snow-free alpine trails. If you’re keen to avoid the crowds , consider heading over between March and June. Alternatively, if winter is calling, head to Berlin between December and February.


Beyond filling up on currywurst and beer, Berlin is home to must-see monuments like the Brandenburg Gate and East Side Gallery. You can also spend your days exploring Museum Island, or heading out into the city’s myriad of neighbourhoods on the hunt for cool bars, restaurants and street art.


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