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Luxurious short term flat rental in Berlin - Prenzlauer Berg

Metzer Strasse, Berlin, Germany

Guests rating: 10  
 
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Description
Well-furnished, spacious (approximately 65 square metres), one bedroomed holiday flat. The vacation rental has been newly renovated and all furnishings are new. Suitable for one or two people, this provides a splendid alternative to hotel accommodation. The apartment was wholly redecorated in 2009. The holiday flat was also renovated at that time and again in mid-2005. It is situated on the raised groundfloor of the ‘hinterhaus’ – one goes through the courtyard to the back building. The apartment, therefore, is extremely quiet as its reception rooms overlook a now disused 19th century brewery. The sitting room, approximately 18 square metres, is furnished in contemporary style, dominated by a very comfortable leather sofa. There is another, two-seater sofa, by a Swiss designer. There is a French balcony, overlooking the communal garden. The room contains a large flat screen, LCD television set, a digibox which provides 32 channels as well as a number of radio channels, a DVD player with a selection of films, comedy programmes, operas and concerts, and bookshelves with a selection of guide books to Berlin, novels and history. There is a music centre with a tuner for radio reception, and incorporating a cd player and provision for iPod/MP3 player.The room also features two original oil paintings by contemporary artist Julian Paltenghi.

 

The bedroom, approximately 17.5 square metres, is furnished in an oriental style, with a low Japanese double bed and two chests of
drawers. The kitchen is fully fitted with modern appliances – dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven, fridge and freezer – and contains a dining table (expandable) and six chairs. The glasses, porcelain and cutlery are of high quality. The bathroom contains the usual fittings, plus a wardrobe, washing
machine
, drying rack, iron and ironing board. Smoking allowed, Telephone In and Telephone Out.



The flat is situated on the borders of Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg and Berlin-Mitte and provides very easy access to the historic centre of Berlin, whether on foot or on public transport. It is only seven minutes' walk from Alexanderplatz, the hub of the former East Berlin. Beyond Alexanderplatz, the road gradually becomes Unter den Linden, surely the most famous street in all Berlin. Here may be found Museum Insel, with the Cathedral, Pergamon Museum and National Gallery. The Staats Oper and the Komische Oper are both only a short distance away.

Before 'die Wende' in 1989, Prenzlauer Berg was one of the poorest areas of Berlin, despite its streets of fine apartment buildings. No area has been transformed so radically. It is now being restored to its original glory. The streets are broad, tree-lined and most of the buildings, dating from 1900, have been lovingly renovated. The area is now one of the most vibrant in Berlin, with an extraordinary choice of restaurants – Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Indian,
Sri Lankan, Italian, Mexican, Russian – and many cafes and cocktail bars. It was in Prenzlauer Berg restaurants that former US President Bill Clinton and Russian President Vladimir Putin chose to dine in recent visits to Berlin.

In addition, there are many designer shops – clothes, ceramics, antiques – which gives the area its distinctive charm. A former 19th century brewery has been converted into the Kultur Brauerei, a centre for the arts containing a multiplex cinema, theatre, shops, bars and restaurants. Prenzlauer Berg is very much a centre for the young and affluent to live and play. Metzer Strasse is a broad tree-lined avenue with a central promenade, which runs from Schönhauser Allee to Prenzlauer Allee. The U-bahn
station, Senefelder platz (on the U2 line), is to be found on the former providing fast and easy access to all of Berlin, and a tram stop on the latter takes one directly to Hackescher Markt, famous for its Art Nouveau courtyards and shopping.
Note:
-Cleaning at the end of the visit is included in the price
-Optional cleaning during a visit is charged at 12 euros per hour
-The apartment can accommodate only two persons. There is not space for a cot or a folding bed.

 
Points of interest near the accommodation  
Alexanderplatz1001m
Museum Island1792m
Pergamon Museum1811m
Berlin Cathedral1718m
 
Minimum stay: 3
 
Max. People:  2
 
Sq metres: 65m2
 
Starts from 61 € person/night 
 
Reference Number:  1336
Nº bedrooms :
1
 
Double beds:
1
 

 
FEATURES
General
Type of accomodation Apartment
Smoking allowed
Pets allowed
Breakfast Included
Cleaning after exit
Rooms and bathrooms
1 Nº bedrooms
1 Double beds
1 Number of main bathrooms
Facilities
Parking (Near the accommodation)
Use of pool
Lift
Roof terrace
Terrace
Balcony
Parquet
 
Accomodation information
General
Air conditioning
Heating
Fan
Entertainment
TV
Satellite TV
Cable TV
Video
DVD
Hi-Fi
Radio
Internet
Internet (+ computer)
Kitchen
Oven
Microwave
Dishwasher
Toaster
Coffee pot
Juicer
Grill
Cot (free)
Fridge
Laundry
Washing machine
Dryer
Bedding
Towels
Hairdryer
Iron
 
Plan of the apartment
 
Apartment
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Points of interest near the accommodation  
Others
  • Alexanderplatz1001m
 
Museums
  • Museum Island1792m
  • Pergamon Museum1811m
Churches
  • Berlin Cathedral1718m
 
 
 
 
Location
Prenzlauer Berg: The district of Prenzlauer Berg is by all parts of urban character, where you can live, work and go out. Countless establishments are typical of the “PrenzlBerg”, as it is known by the Berliners. There is for example the “Kulturbrauerei” with its live music events, theater stages, discos, movie theaters and bars. The “Max Schmeling Halle” stadium is popular for big concerts of all kinds of music or sport events such as professional boxing or handball. The various cafés, restaurants, bars, numerous galleries and small museums top the picture off. The big names such as the “Museumsinsel”, the “Staatsoper unter den Linden” opera, the “Friedrichspalast” palace, the “Komische Oper” opera or the “Berhold-Brecht-Theater” theater are easily accessible by subway or tram. Using the bus line 100 from “Alexanderplatz” (U2) you can visit the highlights of Prussian and modern architecture all way down the “Unter den Linden” boulevard. Finally, from the “Brandenburger Tor” monument you can enjoy yourself by taking a walk through the “Tiergarten” park or the Potsdamer Platz” square.
 
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Plan of the apartment
Plan of the apartment
 
Note
This plan should be used only as a guide.  Please bear in mind that the proportions may not be exact and therefore we recommend that you read the description of the property in full.
 
 
 
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