This is a modern hotel in an old factory. The yellow-brick, late 19th century building was modernized in 2001: Five floors offering a variety of leisure activities.
Our 47 rooms (1–6 beds) are bright, friendly and functionally furnished, ideal for families with children and groups. The high-ceilinged rooms are all en-suite, equipped with shower and WC.
Claustrophobia – not in our rooms
Our single rooms are bright, airy, well lit and are all equipped with shower and WC. You will feel at home in our spacious rooms.
The price includes our famous breakfast-buffet, especially suitable for late risers (till 12 o clock).
Two in a loft!
Our double rooms are bright, airy, well lit and are all equipped with shower and WC.
You will feel at home in our spacious rooms.
Perfect for meeting new people
Our dormitory rooms are bright, airy, well lit and are all equipped with a private shower and WC.
Our single bedded dorms are spacious and comfortable (no bunk beds) Of course prices include our famous breakfast-buffet especially suitable for late risers (till 12 o´clock).
Our dormitory rooms provide the most economical alternative for an overnight stay in Berlin.
Our hotel is conveniently situated near Alexanderplatz. To reach us from there, take TRAM M4 to stop Hufelandstraße. The hotel entrance and underground car park are located around the corner in Immanuelkirchstraße 14a.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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