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Average price in Prenzlauer Berg:$65/night
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Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Sunday
$15 - $123
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$46 - $56
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Top Rated Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin hotels

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Brilliant Apartments Berlin
Brilliant Apartments Berlin
9.5 Excellent
Berlin, Germany
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1.2 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Brilliant Apartments is located in Berlin and is close to the area's popular attractions. Those staying at the property can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi.

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Limehome Berlin Malmöer Straße
Limehome Berlin Malmöer Straße
7.8 Good
Berlin, Germany
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2.0 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Primeflats - Apartments Im Arnimkiez offers trendy accommodation in Berlin and is within a 10-minute walk of Bornholmer Strasse Railway Station. It also provides free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Schoenhouse Apartments
Schoenhouse Apartments
8.6 Excellent
Berlin, Germany
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0.5 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Less than 20 minutes' walk from Berlin Alexanderplatz Railway Station, Schoenhouse Apartments provides guests with an ideal base while visiting Berlin. It also offers free wireless internet.

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Hotel Oderberger
Hotel Oderberger
8.6 Excellent
Oderberger Strasse 56-57, Berlin, Germany
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1.1 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Located in Berlin, Hotel Oderberger is within a 25-minute drive of Berlin Tegel Airport and provides a sauna and an indoor pool. It is set in the area's popular nightlife district, just a short walk from Kulturbrauerei.

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EastSeven Berlin Hostel
EastSeven Berlin Hostel
8.9 Excellent
Schwedter Str. 7, Berlin, Germany
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0.8 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

EastSeven Berlin Hostel provides a relaxed setting while in Berlin. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is within walking distance from Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Underground Station.

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Old Town Hotel Berlin
Old Town Hotel Berlin
8.5 Excellent
Greifswalder Str. 211, Berlin, Germany
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1.0 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Situated a brief drive from Potsdamer Platz, Old Town Hotel Berlin offers modern accommodation in Berlin. Those staying at the property can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi.

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ackselhaus & blue Home
ackselhaus & blue Home
9.1 Excellent
Belforter Straße 21, Berlin, Germany
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0.8 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Less than a 20-minute walk from Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Underground Station, Ackselhaus & Blue Home provides guests with a convenient base when in Berlin. The multiple facilities this traditional guest house offers include a 24-hour reception, a kids club and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Hotel Transit Loft
Hotel Transit Loft
7.9 Good
Immanuelkirchstr. 14 A, Berlin, Germany
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0.9 mi from city centre, Berlin, Germany 

Hotel Transit Loft is located in Berlin and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a 24-hour reception, an express check-in and check-out feature and a ticket service.

Cheapest hotels in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

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Generator Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
Generator Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
6.7 Good
Storkower Strasse 160, Berlin, Germany
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2.0 mi from city centre,  

The hostel offers stylish accommodation in Berlin and is within a 10-minute walk of Berlin Landsberger Allee Railway Station. It also provides free public parking on site and Alexanderplatz is a 10-minute drive away.

$20
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Pfefferbett Hostel Berlin
Pfefferbett Hostel Berlin
8.9 Excellent
Christinenstraße 18-19, Berlin, Germany
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0.6 mi from city centre,  

Ideally situated in Berlin, Pfefferbett Hostel offers charming accommodation an easy drive from the Brandenburg Gate. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is a short stroll from Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Underground Station.

$25
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EastSeven Berlin Hostel
EastSeven Berlin Hostel
8.9 Excellent
Schwedter Str. 7, Berlin, Germany
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

EastSeven Berlin Hostel provides a relaxed setting while in Berlin. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is within walking distance from Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz Underground Station.

$34
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Pension 1A Apartment
Pension 1A Apartment
8.0 Excellent
Berlin, Germany
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1.6 mi from city centre,  

This trendy Berlin property is located within a 10-minute walk of Berlin Schonhauser Allee Railway Station. It also offers free wireless internet.

$54
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Hotel Pension Intervarko
Hotel Pension Intervarko
7.5 Good
Greifswalder Str. 225, Berlin, Germany
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0.9 mi from city centre,  

Less than a 20-minute walk from Berlin Alexanderplatz Railway Station, Hotel Pension Intervarko provides guests with an ideal base while in Berlin. It also offers complimentary wireless internet.

$59
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Old Town Hostel
Old Town Hostel
8.5 Excellent
Pappelallee 21, Berlin, Germany
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1.5 mi from city centre,  

This comfortable hostel in Berlin offers free wireless internet, as well as bicycle rental and luggage storage. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is a short walk from Berlin Schonhauser Allee Railway Station.

$60
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Pension Marie Prenzlauer Berg
Pension Marie Prenzlauer Berg
7.2 Good
Schivelbeiner Str. 42, Berlin, Germany
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2.0 mi from city centre,  

Situated within walking distance of Bornholmer Strasse Railway Station, Pension Marie Prenzlauer Berg provides guests with a convenient base while in Berlin. It is located just a short stroll from plenty of popular bars, clubs and restaurants.

$63
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Hotel 103
Hotel 103
7.7 Good
Schoenhauser Allee 103, Berlin, Germany
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2.1 mi from city centre,  

Hotel 103 provides a comfortable setting when in Berlin. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is within walking distance from Berlin Schonhauser Allee Railway Station.

$65
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Hotel prices in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

2 stars and under
Generator Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
#1 Most popular

Generator Berlin Prenzlauer Berg

Storkower Strasse 160, Berlin, Germany

6.7 Good
$20

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Hotel Pension Intervarko
#2 Most popular

Hotel Pension Intervarko

Greifswalder Str. 225, Berlin, Germany

7.5 Good
$59

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Best value

Lette'm Sleep Berlin

Lettestr. 7, Berlin, Germany

7.1 Good
$19

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3 stars
Hotel Birgit Berlin Mitte
#1 Most popular

Hotel Birgit Berlin Mitte

Schwedter Straße 15, Berlin, Germany

8.4 Excellent
$94

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Hotel Adele
#2 Most popular

Hotel Adele

Greifswalder Str. 227, Berlin, Germany

7.7 Good
$81

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Pension Marie Prenzlauer Berg
Best value

Pension Marie Prenzlauer Berg

Schivelbeiner Str. 42, Berlin, Germany

7.2 Good
$63

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4 stars +
Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East Prenzlauer Berg, An IHG Hotel
#1 Most popular

Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East Prenzlauer Berg, An IHG Hotel

Prenzlauer Allee 169, Berlin, Germany

8.7 Excellent
$90

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Hotel Oderberger
#2 Most popular

Hotel Oderberger

Oderberger Strasse 56-57, Berlin, Germany

8.6 Excellent
$154

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Hotel & Apartments Zarenhof Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
Best value

Hotel & Apartments Zarenhof Berlin Prenzlauer Berg

Schoenhauser Allee 140, Berlin, Germany

7.9 Good
$83

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Where to stay in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

About Prenzlauer Berg

Located in northeast Berlin lies the bohemian neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg, long renowned for its counterculture movements, independent art scene and gay community. It played a key role in the peaceful revolution that eventually brought down the Berlin Wall in 1989 and is one of the city’s most vibrant areas to explore.

Prenzlauer Berg’s cobblestone streets are filled with vintage and antique shops, art galleries and eclectic cafes, set against a backdrop of pre-war architecture that makes it undeniably appealing. It is renowned for its Wilhelmine buildings, many of which were built towards the end of the 19th century and early 20th centuries, with the neighbourhood suffering far less damage than other areas of the city. There’s also a scattering of Socialist Classicism apartment buildings constructed in the 1950s, as well as a few high-rises built during the 1980s around Ernst-Thälmann-Park. When the country reunified in 1989, Prenzlauer Berg started a period of gentrification that is still ongoing, with its historic buildings and apartments renovated into modern dwellings and a vibrant bar and restaurant scene emerging within its heritage-listed area. The late-19th century Gethsemane Church is one of the area’s most notable buildings, together with Germany’s largest synagogue on Rykestraße whose cemetery is where painter Max Liebermann and composer Giacomo Meyerbeer are buried. Berlin’s first water town, known as “Fat Hermann” stands as a prominent landmark within the area, as well as the lively Mauer Park, or “Wall Park”, where the ever-popular Sunday flea market is held. This is famously situated along the former “death strip” between the two walls that separated East and West Berlin.

Prenzlauer Berg is easily accessed from central Berlin along the subway, which runs roughly north to south across the district. The train line that loops around the city also has stops in Prenzlauer Berg, together with trams which criss-cross the area.

Throughout the 20th century, the area where Prenzlauer Berg now stands was referred to as “Windmill Hill” because of the view those living in the glacial valley of Berlin had. Prenzlauer Berg was officially founded in 1920 as a district in its own right, and after becoming part of the Soviet Sector, then the German Democratic Republic, it was incorporated into the greater district of Pankow in 2001.

Prenzlauer Berg travel FAQs

Located in northeast Berlin lies the bohemian neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg, long renowned for its counterculture movements, independent art scene and gay community. It played a key role in the peaceful revolution that eventually brought down the Berlin Wall in 1989 and is one of the city’s most vibrant areas to explore.

Prenzlauer Berg’s cobblestone streets are filled with vintage and antique shops, art galleries and eclectic cafes, set against a backdrop of pre-war architecture that makes it undeniably appealing. It is renowned for its Wilhelmine buildings, many of which were built towards the end of the 19th century and early 20th centuries, with the neighbourhood suffering far less damage than other areas of the city. There’s also a scattering of Socialist Classicism apartment buildings constructed in the 1950s, as well as a few high-rises built during the 1980s around Ernst-Thälmann-Park. When the country reunified in 1989, Prenzlauer Berg started a period of gentrification that is still ongoing, with its historic buildings and apartments renovated into modern dwellings and a vibrant bar and restaurant scene emerging within its heritage-listed area. The late-19th century Gethsemane Church is one of the area’s most notable buildings, together with Germany’s largest synagogue on Rykestraße whose cemetery is where painter Max Liebermann and composer Giacomo Meyerbeer are buried. Berlin’s first water town, known as “Fat Hermann” stands as a prominent landmark within the area, as well as the lively Mauer Park, or “Wall Park”, where the ever-popular Sunday flea market is held. This is famously situated along the former “death strip” between the two walls that separated East and West Berlin.

Prenzlauer Berg is easily accessed from central Berlin along the subway, which runs roughly north to south across the district. The train line that loops around the city also has stops in Prenzlauer Berg, together with trams which criss-cross the area.

Throughout the 20th century, the area where Prenzlauer Berg now stands was referred to as “Windmill Hill” because of the view those living in the glacial valley of Berlin had. Prenzlauer Berg was officially founded in 1920 as a district in its own right, and after becoming part of the Soviet Sector, then the German Democratic Republic, it was incorporated into the greater district of Pankow in 2001.

  • What are the best hotels in Prenzlauer Berg?

    Prenzlauer Berg is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Limehome Berlin Malmöer Straße, which has a current rating of 7.8. For other potential stays, consider Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East Prenzlauer Berg, An IHG Hotel and Hotel Pension Intervarko, which can also be great places to stay in Prenzlauer Berg.

  • What is a good hotel near Berlin Central Station?

    With a rating of 8.3/10 from 2,612 reviews, Mercure Hotel Berlin City is a hotel close to Berlin Central Station that is well recommended by HotelsCombined users.

  • What is a good hotel in Prenzlauer Berg near Alexanderplatz?

    Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz is the most recommended hotel near Alexanderplatz on HotelsCombined (scoring 7.5 over 21,490 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near Brandenburger Tor?

    If you’re planning to stay near Brandenburger Tor, you should consider Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz, which has a score of 8.5 from 10,602 reviews.