About this listing
I don't mind grey weather or rainy days. My magenta wall and my PH5 Lamp (Design: Poul Henningsen) keeps me happy all the time. The bed turns into a sofa at daytime
People who live here don’t need a car or don’t have to take a cab.
Two different subway lines (U2, U6) and the bus M48 take you everywhere in Berlin in about 30 minutes, day and night. 2 min to the Potsdamer Platz ( where you get the best ice cream in town at „Gelato“). 5 min to the Friedrichstraße ( where a grocery store is open until 10 pm from Monday until Sunday). In front of the door: Grocery stores Kaisers, Spar and Schlecker (drugstore) and Starbucks ( perfect place to meet or to get to know people), dry cleaning, shoemaker, car rental Sixt and Enterprise and several banks.
Culture on foot: 5 min to the Gendarmenmarkt (German and French cathedral). 10 min to the State Opera, Spree, Topography of Terror (admission free), Martin-Gropius-Museum. 15 min to the museum island (Pergamon which exhibits one of the wonder of the world), Jewish Museum from the Berliner architect Daniel Libeskind (Ground Zero, NY) Potsdamer Platz, Komische Oper. Restaurants on foot: 5 min to the worldwide known Newton Bar. 10 min to the high society restaurant Borchard and the Gourmetrestaurant Bocca Di Bacco.
Nightlife on foot: 5 min to the Shark Club ( for womanizer with money). 7 min to the Cookies Club ( the place to go in Berlin). 15 min to the Felix Club/Adlon Hotel. Architecture on foot: 2 min to the fantastic buildings of Aldo Rossi. 5 min to the Gallery Lafayette from Jean Nouvel, Checkpoint Charlie/ open air exhibition of the wall. (admission free), GSW- skyscraper / high-rise-building (the most narrow building in Germany) from Sauerbruch-Hutten.
Please bring 100 Euro Security Fee in cash when Check in. Its refundable when checking out.
We have free Wifi here.
36 sqm Studio
1 Kitchen (fully equipped)
1 Bathroom with Tub
1 Wash Machine
5. Floor (with Lift)
A typical german interior tradition: The Diners table. Table by Eames, chairs from the fifties designed by german tradition company Interlübke