The guesthouse, a small, attractive restored redbrick building from the turn of the 20th century, is situated in the 2nd courtyard of a Berliner Altbau. In 1996 the former courtyard factory was converted to a guesthouse.
Great location with lots of cafes, pubs, restaurants, clubs and easy public transport.
The apartment is located in the famous district of Kreuzberg. While Berlin was divided, this neighborhood was a border area of West Berlin, where the rents were low enough to attract artists, dropouts and immigrants. For this reason, Kreuzberg has been known ever since for its multicultural flair and alternative subculture. After the Fall of the Wall Kreuzberg is now situated in the center of the reunited city.
Night owls can enjoy the legendary `Kreuzberg nights’ especially in the area around Mehringdamm, Bergmannstraße and in the Oranienstraße. In Kreuzberg you will find clubs like ‘SO36’, ‘Watergate’ or ‘SchwuZ’: this area has something to suit everyone’s taste.
The Görlitzer Park is a beloved summer meeting place for young people. It is just around the corner.
If you want to chill out, the ‘Victoriapark’ is a popular relaxation area in the western part of the district. Here you will find the eponymous Kreuzberg Hill, from where you can enjoy a fantastic view. During the summer, an artificial stream flows down from the top in the form of a waterfall.
Kreuzberg is well connected to the neighboring districts through the U-Bahn lines U1, U2, U6, U7 and U8, and the S-Bahn lines S41 and S42 (circle line). U1 and U8 are within walking distance.