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Hotel AGON Frankfurter Allee


SCHARNWEBERSTRASSE 21-22, Berlin, 10247

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Hotel Location
This hotel is located in Berlin's lively quarter,Friedrichshain, in a quiet side street. Boxhagener Platz and Simon-Dach-Strasse, with numerous bars and restaurants are only minutes away. The nearest underground station is Samariterstrasse, which is within walking distance. The famous Alexander Platz is only 2 km.
Further Hotel Information
Year of Construction: 1900
Number of rooms - total: 75
Number of floors- main building: 5
Number of single rooms: 10
Number of double / twin rooms: 58
Apartments: 7
Hotel Facilities
Reception Area
24h. Reception
Public internet
Car Park
Room Facilities
Direct Dial telephone
Satellite / Cable TV
Internet Access
Central Heating
The hotel building was built in 1900 and has been completely renovated. It consists of 5 floors and 75 rooms, of which 10 are singles, 33 are doubles as well as 25 multiple-bed rooms and 7 apartments. The facilities include a lobby, a 24-hour reception, a safe, a cloakroom, a lift, a lobby bar, Internet access and a car park for an additional fee.

Room information:
The inviting rooms are fitted with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer (on request), telephone, satellite/ cable TV, Internet access, central heating and a radio. The double rooms are all equipped with two single beds.

Hotels Point of interest
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Friedrichshain: The quarter Berlin Friedrichshain is located in the south of Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. Here you can find monuments of the GDR culture like the socialist boulevard Karl-Marx-Allee. Like the bordering areas of Prenzlauer Berg and Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain offers a rich variety of urban culture. Especially the area around the street Simon-Dach-Strasse evolved into a lively neighbourhood for going out with countless bars, pubs and restaurants. No Berlin visitor should miss out on the East Side Gallery, with 1.3 km the longest remaining part of the Wall. Shortly after the Wall came down, artists have covered it with graffitis. At the eastern end of the East Side Gallery there is the reconstructed bridge Oberbaumbrücke which crosses the river Spree towards Kreuzberg and where you can enjoy a view from Berlin-Mitte to Treptow. The bridge features a neo-gothic style on two levels – on the upper level there is the subway, the lower level is used by the street traffic. The wide park Friedrichshain, after which the quarter is named, and its fairy-tale fountain offer relaxation to adults and children. The oldest part of the quarter is the peninsula Stralau – a developing area on former industy premises. Today it is a mixture of historical industrial ruins, apartment buildings and idyllic parks.
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