Beautiful, spacious ground-floor apartment in the lovely Helmotzplatz area in Prenzlauerberg, one of the cosiest places in town with a huge offer of bars, restaurants and trendy and creative shops.
The apartment has DSL-Internet. Equipped for babies. (baby cot and baby chair available upon request).
This modern, self-catering apartment is spaciously designed and aesthetically decorated. It is perfect for elderly, children and long-term renters
One bedroom with a king size bed and a sofa bed + one living room with two design sofa beds sleep up to 8 people.
Wooden parquet, old ceilings, make it a unique choice in between old Berlin charm and beautiful design furniture.
Public transportation 1 minute walk (both subway and tram).
The apartment is situated in Prenzlauer Berg, one of the cosiest places in Berlin, surrounded by a huge offer in bars, restaurants and trendy boutiques. Mauerpark flea-market just 10 minutes by tram. Alexanderplatz (7 minutes). Branderburgertor (15 minutes).
The apartment is also suitable for fairs visitors who wish to be located in a lively neighbourhood in the evening.
ICC-Messe is only 20 min away by public transportation, no train changes required.
SINCE JAN 1st 2014 BERLIN HAS INTRODUCED A 'TOURIST TAX' (5% of the Netto Price + VAT) THAT HAS TO BE PAID DIRECTLY TO THE APARTMENT OWNER. This Tax is not included in the price paid through Airbnb, because people coming to Berlin for work purposes are freed from it. If you are subjected to it, I WILL CALCULATE THE TAX AMOUNT FOR YOU AND LET YOU KNOW BEFORE YOU COME TO BERLIN.
(There's no reason to worry: It's usually not a lot, between 10€ and 25€ per booking, depending on the total amount)
Countless pubs, restaurants, cafés, galleries and little shops create a day and nightlife atmosphere unrivalled in the rest of Berlin. Along with Schöneberg and Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg is a focal point of the Berlin art scene. Along with Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg it is also a popular neighbourhood with the student population.
Prenzlauer Berg is one of the most popular districts in Berlin and one of the prettiest neighbourhoods, still central, yet quieter than Berlin Mitte. Much of Prenzlauer Berg escaped damage in the second world war and post war redevelopment. Nowadays Prenzlauer Berg offers trendy shopping with many street style fashion designers selling their wares in trendy boutiques.