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Heading to Berlin soon? Check out these hotels to see the best places to stay for food, markets, history, and nightlife!

In the last decade, Berlin has become a hipster’s paradise. The city has risen from a darker past, and grown into it’s own cultural space. Whilst it might still be brilliant for history trips, it’s also an excellent weekend break for those in search of awesome street food, a bubbling nightlife and beautiful art galleries. However, the secret’s out. Over 3.5 million people live in Berlin, making it one of the biggest cities in Europe.


In 2001, the boroughs of Mitte, Tiergarten and Wedding came together to form Mitte. As you might of guessed from the name, this is one of the most central points of Berlin containing the Reichstag Building, Brandenburg Gate and Rotes Rathaus. Mitte has the highest concentration of hotels in the city, as it’s so close to many other major attractions. There are spa hotels, conference centres, simple city stays and hostels in the area, but it’s pretty pricey to stay here.


Alexanderplatz is one of the most bustling and well known places in Berlin, and it has been since the building of the market hall in the 19th century. Nowadays, the square is surrounded by skyscraper offices, department stores and restaurants where you can grab a beer and watch the day go by. There are some big chain hotels based around the square, and if you’d like to be close to it but don’t have the budget, you can always stay in the outskirts of Mitte.

Old Town

This used to be the heart of Berlin, but during the rule of the GDR it was broken down into large roads, apartment blocks and commercial stores. There are some interesting ruins of Old Berlin left around Klosterstrasse and Littenstrasse, and Nicholas Quarter combines new imitations with some older buildings. If you’re here on a history break, stay in one of the mid range hotels available, apartments or hostels close to the monuments.

Museum Island

You might have already seen photos of this picturesque World Heritage Site, containing 5 museums inside the Gothic dome. If you stay in one of the hotels around Museum Island, you’ll also be within walking distance of the GDR Museum, the German State Opera, the German Historical Museum and the City Palace. There are some 5 star hotels around Museum Island, but there are also more artsy, boutique aparthotels to explore just outside of the area.

Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain

This spot might be favoured with school history trips, but you shouldn’t overlook the budget hotels and hostels located within walking distance of some of WW2’s major monuments. Checkpoint Charlie, the East Side Gallery, and the Topography of Terror are all on your doorstep. If you head further south into Kreuzberg, you’ll find the Jewish Museum. Stay on the west side of the river to be close to the history monuments and Mitte, but once again, it’s a little bit cheaper on the east side of the river Spree. There are hotels, hostels and apartments to cater to all groups.


These two boroughs used to be the city of West Berlin, so it’s a developed area with plenty of restaurants, bars and nightclubs if that’s what you’re here for. There are glossy hotels and boutique hostels to stay in here, close by to Berlin Zoo, the Berlin Stock Exchange and the Kant Triangle. For interesting architecture, world famous jazz bars and an edgy nightlife, stay in Charlottenburg. It’s only a metro ride from the main attractions in Mitte.