Vacation Apartment in Berlin-Mitte - 1292 sqft, MyBerlinStyle ap.12, winner of several awards (# 1846)
"RATED EXCELLENT" tripadvisor, "WINNER, Top Vacation Rental, Berlin" FlipKey, "One of the most popular holiday apartments of the region" HomeAway. Best location if most famous sights should be reached by foot., key advantages: MyBerlinStyle ap.12, winner of several awards, 1 large living/family room with dining area, , fully equipped kitchen, has a breakfast nook, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Berlin-Mitte, Walking distance into downtown Berlin-Mitte is only 1 minutes, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, There is also additional street parking available for this object,
MAGICIANS, THE GREENS, BANKERS, AND FILMMAKERS
Gutschow House, built in 1895 by famous German architects Kaiser & v. Groszheim , represents an important work of historicism (gothic revival and new renaissance). Due to the complex façade design, its location and its history, the house is the landmark of southern Friedrichstrasse . It is the only house of the area which 100% survived the 2nd world war. Was this, because from 1910 until 1990 was here the Mecca of the Magicians due to the magic center of the world famous illusionist Conradi-Horster ?2006 the green party conjured a unique project: all tenants received the first right of refusal and got the chance to buy and develop this famous house by creating a partnership with investors (first were two former bank chairmen, later filmmakers). But why only we made use of this right ?This is a part of Berlin living past and present that you can experience. We call it MyBerlinStyle.
Details for No. 12, 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7, 2 bathrooms, elevator
LIKE A PALACE. A living room, 50 sqm wide (78 square yards) and 4m high (4.5 yards) mahogany ceiling, in a 120 sqm bright, quiet and comfortable luxury apartment situated on the 2nd floor. The national heritage monument has been 2013 fully restored (new roof, elevator, balconies, windows, heating, water-, electricity- and drainage-system, bathrooms etc.). The apartment has also 2 separate bedrooms and high-quality furnishings. In the living room is a massive oak dining table for 6 people, kitchen from massive beech, sofa, LCD-TV, HiFi, DVD, Wireless Hi-Speed DSL. Kitchen equipped with ceramic stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, kettle, egg cooker, cutlery and high-quality pots. Washroom with washing machine. Cleaning is made with gently dosed organic materials, no softeners, no perfumes. Under Ap.22 we rent in the same house and same floor an organic built and decorated apartment with 3 bedrooms.
CHILDREN under 1( years old FREE.
Check-in starting at 3pm, Check-out by 10 clock, but the luggage can be stored at any time on the ground floor safely.
REVIEWS that spark our excitement:
'Feel the history; Love the Comfort' by Curiousnellie (Left on 02/04/2010 for a stay in December 2009) brought us to install a lift for ap.12:'Six of us - women 'd'un certain age'- stayed here at the beginning of this winter and were all delighted with our choice. The building itself is beautiful, redolent of end of empire flourish, while the apartment, with the gracious proportions of an earlier era is warm and welcoming. We loved the beautiful original wooden floors, the decorative plasterwork on the bedroom ceilings, the sense of space, as well as the terrific shower in a stylish, modern bathroom. Our inner homemakers thrilled to the quality and solidity of the linens and general fittings (and dreamy beds ). The kitchen is really well equipped so we did not just eat breakfast there but prepared some meals too, though there are some good restaurants close by. The main room and the bedrooms are really roomy, not even with 6 of us did it ever feel crowded. Marion , our host in Berlin, was welcoming and gave some really useful tips on eating out and things to do, and his welcome package was chosen with care - organic and delicious.The location is great! so close to Museuminsel that it makes a very comfortable stroll before a trip to the unmissable Pergamon. But if walking's not your thing then the wonderful Berlin public transport system is accessible only 2 mins away at the Kochstrasse stop. Another visit you must make is to the Jewish Museum which is also only 2 mins walk from the building. This is a great city for history and culture fans , so get booking ! you won't regret choosing this apartment as your base for your explorations. But get fit first and keep your luggage minimal; there are two flights to walk up.' (Dear Curiousnellie, since 2013 we buildt a lift. We are so lucky to have as our guest.)
Location Berlin Tegel Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Berlin Tegel Airport. From Berlin Tegel Airport the distance to the unit at Friedrichstraße 17, 10969 Berlin-Mitte is about 12 km (7.5 miles), approximately a 22 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Berlin-Mitte, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $292-$356 for 4 persons. 20% discount on last minute bookings (less than 14 days before arrival)
Unit Size: 1292 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Central Heating, Oven, Stove, Dish Washer, Freezer, Refrigerator, Toaster, Washing Machine, Clothes Dryer, Television, Satellite TV, DVD Player, Balcony, Alarm Clock, Games, Sofabed
Here is the city center, where most of Berlin's attractions are reachable on foot: Checkpoint Charlie (the most important symbol of the Cold War) 2 min., Jewish museum (the most significant example of contemporary architecture) is our immediate neighbor, Martin Gropius Bau (the most eminent exhibition space) 15 min., Potsdamer Platz (the most popular attraction of New Berlin) 20 min, Gendarmenmarkt (one of Berlins most beautiful squares) 15 min, Brandenburg Gate (the symbol of a reunified Berlin) and Reichstag (city's most recognized landmark) 30 min, Museumsinsel (Museum Island,UNESCO world heritage) with Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Nationalgalerie, Bodemuseum and Pergamonmuseum 30 min, the docking station for Berlin's most famous boat tour , the bridge tour, at Hallesches Tor 3 min.
ART, SPLENDOUR, MULTICULTI
The new center for Berlin Art galleries is located at this place. Here is the boundary line between alternative, multiethnic district of Kreuzberg and the posh borough of Mitte. “The culinary highlight of the city”-Tim Raues Restaurant 3 minutes walk, Lafayette 10 minutes walk. The area has also a high quality but low-cost infrastructure: organic canteen at nearby Waldorf school or LPG Europe’s biggest organic supermarket.
out of 1500 daily events (64 film festivals per year): Bread and Butter, Berlin Marathon, Carnival of Cultures, Gallery Weekend Berlin, DMY - International Design Festival, Velothon Marathon, eat! Berlin Festival, Berlin Food Week, Berlin Art Week, Berlin Web Week, Social Media Week, Festival of Lights, Berlin Jazz Festival, European Month of Photography, BerMuDa Berlin Music Days, Berlin fairy tale days, Christmas magic Gendarmenmarkt square, New Year's Eve Party at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlinale Berlin International Film Festival, Long Night of Opera and Theatre, Long Night of the Sciences, Long Night of Museums, Fête de la Musique, Berliner Gauklerfest - Juggler's Festival, Bergmannstrassenfest, Classic Open Air, Young Euro Classics, Popkomm, Berlin Music Week, Festival of the State Opera, Berlin Christmas Markets etc.
We can assist you in several languages: Chinese, German, English, Georgian, Romanian, Russian.
More travel info about Berlin-Mitte: Mitte is the first and most central borough of Berlin (Mitte is German for middle). Mitte encompasses Berlin's historic core and is a must-see area for anyone wanting to get to know this German metropolis. Until 2001, Mitte was itself an autonomous district. It is the seat of the Berlin City Hall (Rotes Rathaus) and of the main tourist attractions of the city. The area includes some of Berlin's most important tourist sites (like the Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden and the Reichstag, among others), most of which were in East Berlin.