Hostels in Berlin with Kitchens

Hostels in Berlin with Kitchens
Berlin, the capital of Germany, is a vibrant city brimming with multicultural communities and living a stylish, laid-back life. Berlin has one of the most turbulent histories of any European capital but has emerged as one of Europe's most popular destinations in recent years. Alcohol is cheap, food is affordable, and accommodation is very reasonable, which is why Berlin is such a hotspot for artists, students, and budget travelers. Berlin is an old city with a young heart and a constant sense of motion. The city offers plenty of outdoor attractions like the Tiergarten and Viktoriapark, and an impressive collection of cutting-edge museums and galleries. Boasting a long history and a very trendy contemporary art scene, there are countless things to do in Berlin.
How much do hostels in Berlin cost?
Average Dorm Price $21 ($2 to $39)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $55 ($15 to $108)

Hobrechtstr 43/corner Maybachufer , Berlin Germany
The Riverside Lodge is one of the most tiny and unique hostel in town. This small hostel is as warm and welcoming as an old friend’s hug thanks to its wonderful owners. It has a central, convenient location, just 7 minutes away by metro from downtown attractions such as Alexander Square, Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Square and Checkpoint-Charlie, without the noise of the chaotic city center. Found at the heart of in-again Kreuzberg, a neighborhood known for its hip cafes, bars, lively Turkish markets, galleries, street fairs and generally casual atmosphere, near a scenic stretch of the Landwehr canal, the hostel offers a personal, cozy atmosphere in an exciting city. Enjoy clean and incredibly spacious 4-bed mixed rooms with immaculate bathrooms and comfortable beds; keep your personal belongings in huge, easily accessible lockers; ask the friendly staff to help you plan the best route and find the best bars in town and use the free WiFi internet access in the whole property. The Riverside Lodge offers two spacious double rooms with a private kitchen and full bathroom in an apartment next door to the Lodge for 32 euros per person. In addition to free services such as tea and coffee, safe-deposit, luggage storage, shared kitchen, city information, The Riverside Lodge offers linens for 3 euros, towels for 1 euro, bicycle rental, beverages and snacks.

Dorm Bed: $32.72
Private Room: $49.08
Overall Rating: 94%
Schwedter Str. 7 , Berlin Germany
EastSeven Berlin Hostel has a lovely, relaxed atmosphere where you can feel at home, easily chat to the staff and make new friends. To ensure that you have a fantastic time in Berlin, this medium sized hostel will provide you with friendly, multilingual staff, great location in the centre of Berlin, free WiFi, late check-out, free luggage storage, maps, information and recommendations on where to go, central heating and 24h hot showers! EastSeven Berlin Hostel has a lot of thoughtful little extras like a printer, phone chargers, laundry service, bike rental, happy hour, umbrellas, padlocks and hair dryers. Walking tours leave from the hostel twice a day. They offer an all-you-can-eat continental breakfast with proper Italian coffee and good tea for a very low price or get a voucher for some of the nice cafes in the neighborhood. The hostel is clean and also features a large self-catering kitchen, a cozy lounge, a green and quiet garden and an outdoor BBQ area where it’s really easy to meet fellow travellers. The hostel is conveniently located between the hustle and bustle of Mitte, the city’s central district and charming Prenzlauer Berg. It’s also close to the great bars, clubs, restaurants and shops in Prenzlauer Berg as well as Alexanderplatz and Museum Island. This is the ideal place for travelers seeking the true spirit of Berlin. Choose from double private rooms with shared bathrooms or very comfy beds with reading light, lockers, wall sockets in mixed dorms of 4 and 8 people.

Dorm Bed: $16.02
Private Room: $17.54
Overall Rating: 85%
Schönhauser Allee 19 , Berlin Germany
You’ll find the Meininger in the middle of Berlin’s trendiest district Prenzlauer Berg. The hostel is directly in Senefelderplatz, and forms an ideal starting point for shopping and sightseeing excursions. What makes this district so great is its unique atmosphere generated by the innumerable bars, cafes, restaurants and clubs around the hostel. Whether it’s Kollwitzplatz, the Kulturbrauerei, Kastanienallee or Flohmarkt am Mauerpark, the district always offers something that invites you to relax, discover, and have a good time. The Mitte, an equally popular district, where you will find the famous Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt, is just a 5 minute stroll away. And those who wish to explore the farther reaches of Berlin will find an U-Bahn-Station on the U2 line, one of the most important underground lines in Berlin, right on the hotel’s doorstep. In the lounge, you can put your feet up with a good book after a long day, or enjoy free internet access on your laptop. If you fancy a cool beer and a chat, the chances are you’ll find both at the bar. For a match of skills between old or new friends, the Meininger offers a pool table and a foosball. Or you can also sit out on the terrace in front of the building and just take in the colourful bustle of Prenzlauer Berg. Food wise, everybody will find something to their taste, whether it in one of the countless restaurants around the corner, or in the hostel itself. The hostel also features a washing machine, a vending machine and a guest kitchen for you to cook your favourite dish. The Meininger offers accommodation in dormitories as well as single and twin private rooms. All rooms have their own bathroom with a shower and toilet, and are equipped with a TV set. Towels are included only in private rooms and can be rented for 1 euro in dormitories. Free luggage storage is possible on your day of check in and check out and hair dryers are available at the reception for free. You will also find the following available for a small charge: All-You-Can-Eat-And-Drink breakfast buffet for 6,90 euros, tickets for public transport as well as city tours and musicals, late check out until 2pm for 10,00 euros, internet terminals, bicycles, call points for telephone calls, lockers at the reception and pets are allowed for 10 euros per night.
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