About this listing
The guest room on offer is on the west side of the city, the neighborhood of Charlottenburg, in an awesome location with plenty of nearby attractions and sights like the Lietzensee Lake, the Charlottenburg Castle and Garden and nearby supermarkets, restaurants, cafés and health food delis, fashion and antiques shops. There are plenty of restaurants to explore around the corner and to go for a big meal or a small take-away.
The apartment is 947 sqf./88m2, with a bedroom with a small balcony, a living room, bathroom, a huge kitchen with breakfast nook. It is in a classic Berliner "Altbau" which means high ceilings, large windows and wooden floors throughout.
Your room goes to the east side, it is very sunny and about 236 sqf. (22m2) big with a small balcony. It is on the 1st floor and it faces the street. It is furnished with a queen size bed ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) inch /140x200cm), desk, chairs, storage space, closet for your clothing. There is enough space for a single traveler or a couple during their short- or long-term visit to Berlin.
Basic toiletries, as well as both bedroom and bathroom linens, are provided, so you don't have to bring and can feel the comforts of being home.
We will share a huge kitchen – so feel free to keep your food in the fridge and use the kitchen equipment to make breakfast, coffee or tea. The guest room is your private space, with the living room, bathroom and a huge Hang-around and Eat-in kitchen to share between us.
You will have your own set of keys, and are welcome to come and go as you like.
Check-in: mostly flexible (just ask),
Check-out: until 11 am unless we agreed otherwise.
- Free Internet access
- Clean sets of towels, bedroom linens
- Hairdryer, shampoo, conditioner and toothpaste- A comfortable queen size bed - A nightstand - A sizable wardrobe - A dresser - Storage space for your suitcases - Use of the kitchen
The beautiful Lietzensee Lake across the street where you can go for a relaxing stroll after a day of sightseeing or relax in the café at the lake in summer months. Charlottenburg Castle and Garden with a nice lake in walking distance.
Villa Oppenheim (museum of Charlottenburg), Museum Berggruen, Kaiserdamm: Deutsche Oper. Around the corner: supermarkets, plenty of restaurants (Mexican, Japanese, Italian, Turkish, German, health food bars, coffee bars), fashion shops. Kantstraße: the Chinese restaurants mile of Berlin. Two Late-Night-Shops in walking distance. You can find Antiques in the Suarezstraße.
Ku'damm, Savignyplatz, Friedrichstraße, Hackesche Höfe, small shops around the corner. If you venture farther, public transit puts the entire city within easy reach. With Line 2, Line 7, and the Ringbahn 41+42 in comfortable walking distance you can easily reach the entire city.
Several subways are a 5 minutes walk away and all city areas of interest at reasonable driving distance:
6 min. to Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten
8 min. to Wittenbergplatz (shopping mile with KaDeWe)
14 min. to Potsdamer Platz (Gemäldegalerie, Philharmonie, Martin-Gropius Bau, Holocaust Museum)
28 min. to Alexanderplatz (Hackesche Höfe, Bode Museum, Pergamonmuseum, Altes Museum)
15 min. to Mehringdamm (Kreuzberg)
17 min. to Gneisenaustaße (Kreuzberg)
Ringbahn Station ICC/Messe Nord (41+42) within 5 min. walk
Enjoy your stay and the city.
Make yourself at home and enjoy your stay. Respect the neighbors and keep the noise low, especially during the week. Please clean any dishes you may use, and keep common areas tidy. You will have a set of keys and may come and go as you wish. Leaving your shoes at the door helps immensely to keep the apartment nice and clean. No smoking please.
I have lived in Berlin for 27 years and worked as a journalist and editor, watched the city turning into a unified, vibrant and culturally diverse community. I love the possibilities the city offers and its culture and history which I want to share with visitors and guests. If this is your first visit to Berlin I can help you get the most out of it with advice and suggestions about where to go and what to see, which nightspots to try, museums and galleries to visit. Nightlife, arts, history – feel free to ask for recommendations for your special interests in the city. Don't hesitate to ask anything you want to know about the apartment or the city – I will give you as many informations as I can.