Berlin is a melting pot of free thinkers, innovators, startuppers, bohemians, artists, and anything a little unconventional. This city is filled with youthful energy, a legendary past, vibrant street art, and bustling nightlife.
With its reputation for being alternative and hipster, it’s not surprising that you can find so many cool hotels in Berlin. Here are the top boutique hotels in Berlin with a unique vibe and concept that will inject lashings of color, creativity, and playfulness into your Berlin stay!
Prenzlauer Berg, the former proletarian-dissident area, where the GDR police was afraid to go, turned after the unification of Germany into a cult and trendy area with elite housing and restaurants. An industrial past that has overlapped with a rebellious past has given a unique vibe to this creative neighborhood.
In this blog post: recommendations on where to stay, hotels, what to visit, and safety in the Prenzlauer Berg Berlin district.
Do you want to feel the spirit of East Berlin in the 90s? Explore the Friedrichshain area.
In this blog post: what you need to know to understand Friedrichshain, recommendations on where to stay, hotels, what to visit, and safety in the Friedrichshain Berlin district.
Kreuzberg is Berlin's coolest and hipster neighborhood. If you are going to Berlin for parties until the morning, inexpensive and unusual shopping, street art, and alternative culture, you can't miss Kreuzberg.
In this blog post: what you need to know to understand Kreuzberg, recommendations on where to stay, hotels, what to visit, and safety in the Kreuzberg Berlin district.
Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district of Berlin is aristocratic and green, where the Charlottenburg area with the beautiful palace is the heart of West Berlin. This district will suit business travelers and visitors of the trade shows at the Berlin Messe, travelers with kids, and those who want to see the beauty of Berlin pre-war architecture.
In this blog post: recommendations on where to stay, hotels, what to visit, and safety in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district.
Berlin Mitte District: all the must-see attractions of Berlin are within the walking distance.
If you are planning to stay in Berlin for 1-3 days, then the central Mitte district is the best choice. In this blog post: recommendations on where to stay, hotels, what to visit, and safety in Berlin Mitte district.
I traveled to Berlin many times, and each trip I stayed in a new area. I explored the city on foot and I was impressed by how every district of Berlin is different from the others. Berlin districts are like cities inside the city with their unique history and character.
If you wonder where is it better to stay in Berlin, which districts are safe, and where to be on the lookout, you will find all the answers in this blog-post.