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Five of our favorite hotels in Berlin


Berlin

These are the top 5 best hotels in Berlin, with a personal touch, according to Playful Magazines editors.


The tourists return to Berlin, which is noticeable at both clubs and bars around the city. In this article, our editors give their best hotel tips to you who are going to visit Berlin or for you who just want a staycation in your hometown.


All hotels have one thing in common – a personal and genuine touch.


Amano Hotel


Amano on Torstrasse has long been a favorite of ours. Here we lived ourselves as tourists, before we moved to Berlin, and valued the location close to Mitte's best restaurants and clubs such as Berghain and Kitkat.


The hotel is relatively affordable and the rooms provide a sexy setting of modernity and nightlife. The showers are located in the rooms, only obscured by glass walls, which can give extra spice if you go as a couple or get a nightly visit.


The U8 underground line takes you easily to Kreuzberg and Neukölln and you have Alexanderplatz just around the corner.


25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin


A short distance from the city's most famous clubs, next to the Berlin Zoo and Berlin's fashion streets is the 25 Hours Hotel Bikini Berlin. The hotel is best known for its rooftop bar, one of the few in the otherwise flat German capital.


Those who check in here are looking for pulse and fresh rooms with a personal touch and views. The rooms are also equipped with small portable LP players and some random discs that make them perfect for a pre-drink with friends before going further out, or up for a cocktail to the city's best view.


The rooms have large windows that are lovely to sit and look out over either the Berlin Zoo or the Kürfustendamm and Charlottenburg city center.


Lindemann's



How many times have you googled "Hotel with freestanding jacuzzi Berlin"? If you ask us, it is many times. Thankfully, Lindemann's is located in Schönberg, which is also strategically well located between three metro stations.


A room for two people, with a bubbling bath and its own terrace costs about 120-140 € for one night and is a great idea for those who are on a romantic trip.


How nice would it not be to calm down the backfill in a whirlpool bath overlooking Berlin?



ackselhause & blue


Just 2 stops from Alexanderplatz, this boutique hotel offers you a unique experience in a 19th-century building in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg district.


The beautifully restored ackselhaus & blue residence enjoys a quiet location just a few minutes' walk from various cafés, restaurants, bars and the underground station of the central U2 line.


The hotel combines traditional architecture with modern facilities. Each room/suite has its own style of furniture and some also have a kitchenette. And when you're curing your Saturday or Sunday night out, you can relax in the Mediterranean-style garden which also has a fountain. Not so Berlin right?!


Hotel Art Nouveau



You can stay at the Hotel Art Nouveau a full 21 times without one stay being the same as the other. This small boutique hotel in Charlottenburg is an experience beyond the ordinary, with 21 rooms, uniquely designed.


We who love rooftop bars strike an extra blow for this hotel because it is one of the few hotels with a really good one in Berlin.


This is the hotel you should choose if you want a cozy stay in Berlin.