This accommodation in Berlin is located in the area called Mitte and can sleep up to 5 people. This spacious apartment comes with one bedroom and a large living room with a comfortable daybed (145x200cm), two chairs, 55cm Cable-TV, wardrobe, dining corner for 4-5 persons, sideboard The kitchen of this accomm odation in Berlin is fully equipped and the bathroom comes with a bathtub and shower. - additional package linen & towles - containing 1 set linen, 1 big towel, 1 smaller towel - 7,50 Euro per person - additional complete extra cleaning of the apartment with preparing beds (out of additional package ...
of bed-linen) - 25 Euro once - Guarantee of balcony/terrace (4 of 12 Apartments don´t have a balcony/terrace) - 10 Euro a day (buy the guarantee to have one for 100% sure, if a balcony comes your way by chance or good luck without this option: no guaratee fee, no extra costs) - Highspeed Internet (shared 16 Mbit/s WiFi) - 5 Euro / 1GB / day (per access code) - safe parking lot in our basement garage for your car - 12,50 Euro a day - baby cot with integrated thin matrass (without linen & blanket) - 5 Euro a day
Kitchen: Hob, Fridge, Microwave, Oven, Utensils, Kitchen, Dishwasher, Coffee maker Living Room: Sofa bed Dining Room: Dining table, Chairs Internet: Wi-Fi Other Amenities: Elevator, Balcony, Terrace, TV without satellite
About the Neighborhood
Berlin-Mitte sums it up perfectly - you will be situated in the middle of our capital city and are able to reach many important places of interest on foot. Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall Museum and the shopping street Friedrichstrasse round the corner, Potsdamer Platz, Martin-Gropius-Bau and 'Topography of Terror' a little walk - stroll northwards along Friedrichstrasse to reach the famous avenue ´Unter den Linden´ - up one side and down the other gives you about a mile of nonstop window-shopping. In this area, the Berlin Public Transport network is densely woven: The central underground line 1 which takes you to Berlin's western centre, and in the other direction to Friedrichshain/Kreuzberg, is a stone's throw away. Line 2 leads to Station Zoologischer Garten one way and the other way through Berlin-Mitte to Prenzlauer Berg.