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For the price you pay, it's worth it.. Especially in this expensive city. I was placed in a room in another adjacent building. It has a rundown feel, and that there are some that have been staying there for some time. As a solo female traveller I will not recommend this place. Other than that, the neighborhood is very lovely and near to mauer park for the Sunday markets!
One of the showers was a bit broken, I nearly got it on my head. (Duschkopf)
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
This was my first hostel experience. The place is only a few minutes in train away from the gratenburg gate. Great bars, restaurants, stores, and supermarkets around. The receptionist was nice. They charge you €5 deposit for the locker and 10€ deposit for the key. They rent bikes. They don't have many activities going on for people. I stayed in a 6 mixed dorm and had a creepy guy, he was old and talked on his sleep but I was with 4 other girls, so it was ok. It's alright if you want to save up $
Pros: comfy beds, nice safe area of Berlin. Cons: wifi not great in rooms, not great atmosphere as a lot of people lived there, staff were not really present or concerned about guests, and there was poor enough security as the one key opens all of the rooms. Don't go here for the atmosphere anyway!
Nice little hostel, even though it wasn't in the centre of Berlin it was in a lovely little area with nice shops, bars and restaurants - and only a few minutes by U-bahn to Alexanderplatz. Only major complaint was that the Wifi only worked in the common room, and even then it was extremely temperamental and we couldn't get properly online.
Basically you're the bottom floor of an apartment building. One key opens every door, so make sure you lock up your things. Pretty sure we had a homeless guy squatting in our room-security might be an issue. Wifi didn't work in the rooms, but there was a computer and book-exchange in the common room. Lots of great little restaurants and cafes around-try Suicide Sue's and the Vegan Tiger. Staff was friendly and helpful. Everything was kept decently clean and bathroom facilities were pretty good
Less of a hostel and more of a glorified squat. 3 of the people in our 6 bed dorm appeared to be staying long term which meant they were slamming in and out of the room until 8am, the room was filthy and drugs paraphenalia out on the table when we arrived. Kitchen facilities looked comprehensive but it was unpleasant to spend time there due to congregations of 'residents' dominating it. Only saving grace was its location in 'wine quarter' which allowed us to drink the edge of sleeping there.
Was only there one night and good for staying in the east side of the city, which is a place to visit in its own right, though more of a trek to the mitte. Nice staff and good facilities.
After coming home late, i enjoyed de late checkout time.
Really nice and cosy hostel tucked away in an area with many good restaurants and cafes! Would be nice if the bathrooms are better maintained. But overall, it is really worth for the price paid. Will definitely return if I visit Berlin again!
Very average. A bed and nothing else. Close to nothing worth seeing but close to a U-bahn line.