It is a cozy space with carpet, and a few different lighting options. The complete kitchen makes it possible to cook meals. This place is really quiet, the window faces to the courtyard. Wifi, sheets and towels are included.
This place is a hidden gem, furnished in a modern, open style. Everything you need to cook meals, make toast, tea, or coffee is to be found in the kitchen.
What people do not like about this apartment:
1. The graffiti on the building (normal for Kreuzberg) It is also an older building.
2. 4th floor, no elevator
3. No TV
What people like:
1. The silence
2. The location
3. The option of bike rentals
* Stereo accepts mp3 CD’s and USB sticks
There is a selection of cd’s in the apartment
* Baby crib available on request
This is a private apartment for you.
This quiet apartment is located in Kreuzberg, on the border of Mitte, the center of Berlin. Kreuzberg is a lively, artsy, and very affordable part of western Berlin. Being very multicultural, it attracts a variety of visitors and residents. Many festivities and events take place here, from the May 1st street parties, to the Carnival of Cultures. Görlitzer Park, one of the largest parks in Berlin, is in the spring summer and fall alive with picnickers and barbecuists, frolicking dogs and flying frisbees.
There are many possibilities in Kreuzberg. The areas near Schlesisches Tor, Oranienstrasse, and the beloved Bergmann Kiez are a great start. Numerous great clubs, unique bars, cozy cafes, and delicious restaurants make for more than enough to keep you busy.
There are many attractions around, from the daytime touristy stuff to the night-time Club action. There are several supermarkets as well as restaurants within easy walking distance.
Just in front of the door is a stop for the 265 Bus. The apartment is 7 minute’s walk (or one stop with bus) from Schlesisches Tor on the U1 (green) line. Ostbahnhof is 2 stops apway with bus, and offers S-Bahn and Intercity trains.
You will have access to easy directions after you
reserve this apartment.
Check-ins and outs are flexible if no one is coming or going the same day..
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$465 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1428 /month|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
Eric was a good host. Very nice place. Perfect.
The apartment was nice. The bikes’ rental option was great! (It was cheaper than other places in Berlin and they were very convenient to visit the city). Unfortunately, the wifi connection did not work properly. In general, it was a pleasant place to stay. Rebecca gave us some tips and useful maps to discover the city. The neighbourhood is nicely quiet and it has cosy restaurants and bars nearby. I would recommend it for sure!
Nice guy, nice place ! The perfect way to discover Berlin.
A quiet, peaceful apartment in a great location near all the good clubs - a perfect hideout!
Eric is relaxed, helpful and available. Highly recommended! :)
The place is perfect - convenient, clean & ideally placed.
Eric and Rebecca also went out their way to find a solution to let us in when our plane was delayed by a freak storm.
We loved the place - we would recommend it to anyone.
Eric was a great host! So accommodating and friendly, the apartment came with a useful guide to the local area too, and bikes which was perfect. The room itself is clean and airy, bright and in the best possible location! We loved our stay.
Maria and I are very happy to stay in Berlin! We proceeded on his entire lengthwise and crosswise. Back in a few days in Berlin, we hope to meet with Eric. I went to dance in the Golden Gate and pleasant music was just what we needed. in the not far away from the house on foot at the intersection of the metro wonderful shop with pastries, you are guaranteed a pleasant breakfast.
Eric was very accommodating for our group and helpful on short notice. The place worked out great and we'll look forward to using again!
Eric was a good host. Good location, just a few minutes to the U-Bahn. We had a good time staying in the apartment.
So how to start, I didn't stay there as long as I should have I had to get out earlier, honestly I did not enjoy the apartment.
Eric was great during negotiations on the web, he was very thoughfull and attentious, but once I had a problem with the apartment he kind of disapeared.
The apartment, belive me, is not well located, you have to get a bus to get to an S-bahn station if you want to get anywhere, so if you are in hurry well to bad you probably gonna be late. There is nothing near the apartment only other apartments and a old factory. There is no living soul on the street extremely deserted.
I'm not goint to say it is dangerous because Berlin is not dangerous but it is extremely uncomfortable to walk around that neighborhood.
But that is not the biggest issue, what really made the experience a torment was the building, completely torn down, the ungly duck of the street, the most beat up building I have seen in Berlin. It may even fall apart, at least looks like it. Once you are inside you totaly regreat having payed for that, then you have to go up stairs to the last floor on that poorly iluminated stairs and then you there top floor facing the apartment, you go in, well it is ok, no big deal, not the best but sure that are worse things, I didn't work out for me.
Maybe you wanna take a look at it before renting, but my personal advice is not to rent it, there are better options, even with the same or better prices.