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Situated near the 02 World arena and the Spree River in the frenetic, happening neighbourhood of Kreuzberg is this old factory, which was transformed into a glampacker hotel by a group of friends. The creative start-up crowd that the Michelberger Hotel attracts represents the arty scene most people associate with New Berlin, and includes everybody from indie rock stars to Japanese tourists.
The interiors are expectedly trendy: the lobby is a stylishly boho mix of concrete and wood floors, mismatched chairs and lamps made of old books, while the 110 bedrooms range from a tiny closet to a Dynasty-inspired suite with golden sheets and a gold-tiled shower, and even a cosy Alpine chalet room. There’s also an airy, white-tiled canteen that serves up home-cooked daily lunches, weekend dinners and on Wednesdays, caters for the weekly schnitzel day. Plus, there’s also a four-course disco dinner on Fridays.
On a gritty street corner in the middle of Kreuzkölln, Berlin’s most up-and-coming neighbourhood, is this industrial-chic, one-room hotel that’s a favourite amongst young, globetrotting hipsters. The residence, Plus Berlin is housed in an (albeit very ugly) 1970s apartment block, is aesthetically pleasing inside (think poured-concrete floors and salvaged-wood fittings) and gives visitors the best of both worlds: the privacy of an apartment and the convenience of service, plush towels and bathroom products.
There’s no restaurant, so it’s DIY in the small kitchenette; but there’s a surprise snack on arrival, and a caffeine-fuelled meeting with a local can be arranged before you get there. The customised map highlighting all the best cafes and shops in the area (try Bullysbakery) is another nice touch.
If you’ve ever wondered what Berlin looked like before the wall came down, then head to the Ostel Hotel. Located in the heart of the alternative district of Friedrichshain, the building is a very grey Plattenbau – a concrete block, typical of the communist style. Inside, the design is more friendly, if “ostalgic”, with lurid 70s wallpaper and quirky lamps. The portrait of Erich Honecker, the former GDR president, will watch over you while you sleep. Fanatics can ask for the Stasi suite and watch the Oscar-winning film The Lives of the Others, which reminisces about East Germany.
Located in the heart of the former Communist capital of East Berlin, The Circus Hotel is well-placed for visiting the Berlin Wall and Soviet-era sites, as well as the trendy outlets of the nearby Hackescher Markt. With the Rosenthaler Platz metro station close by and Alexanderplatz only a couple of stops away, guests of this design hotel can easily access the rest of the city.
The Circus Hotel has 60 rooms that cover all needs, from singles to apartments. Featuring contemporary decor and furnishings, the rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms. Many of the rooms also have lounge and office areas.
The hotel has also created 4 DIY walking tours that start and end at the hotel- pick up the in-house “C Magazine” , complete with city guide and staff-tips for Berlin.