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| Boarding House Mitte - Special Offer
Mulackstraße 1, 10119 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 28 38 84 88, Fax:
28 38 84 89 | U8 Weinmeister Straße. | Price: single room
apartment EUR90-120; double room apartment EUR110-130; attic maisonette
EUR130-140 breakfast not included. | Cards: AmEx, EC, MC, V.
a hotel as such, Boarding House Mitte offers only serviced apartments.
These provide more comfort and space than a typical hotel room and
are particularly good value for those who can take advantage of disounts
for bookings of 5 days or more. Located in the trendy Scheunenviertel
within posing distance of a wide variety of hip cafes and restaurants,
the apartments are fitted out with all mod cons. Services include
T.V., video, stereo, kitchen, garage (EUR 8), laundry service (EUR
13 per load), ironing board and iron rental (EUR 8).
Special Offer - Tours in Mitte: The Boarding House prides itself
on its position in the heart of Berlin-Mitte, an area which is brimming
with cutting edge bars, cafes, boutiques and designers. For guests
looking for insider tips on how to get the most out of this intriguing
neighborhood, Boarding House facilitates guided tours of Mitte's clubbing
and shopping scenes. Book
here by email .
| Honigmond Pension
Borsigstrasse 28, 10115 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 28 44 55-0, Fax: 28
44 55-11 | U6 Oranienburger Tor/ S1-S2 Nordbahnhof | Rooms: EUR35-100,
no breakfast | No credit cards
A down-to-earth and cosy pension, with a rustic touch. Exposed wood
floors and white walls keep it simple. Great for families. The restaurant/cafe
Honigmond is downstairs and has breakfast from 9am on weekends. Service
is friendly. Walking distance from the historic Scheunenviertel. Features:
room service, TV, telephone.
| Propeller Island City Lodge
If you are looking for something really different, the four rooms
in this converted apartment are pretty wild. Artist and musician Lars
Stroschen has created each chamber as a sleeping experience from the
Crystal Maze-type 'Symbol room' to the Toontown fantasy of the 'Burgzimmer'.
Guests can prepare their own meals in the equally wacky kitchens or,
if booked in advance, there is an 'aphrodisiac menu'(!) dinner available
which will be specially cooked for you. Ideal for two couples travelling
together as each pair of rooms shares a bathroom/WC and kitchen which
is pretty much self-contained. There is no TV or phone in the rooms
to disturb your enjoyment and the owner requires cash payment in advance
as well as EUR50 key deposit. Far out!
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