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What are the top Berlin youth hostels?
- One80°Hostel Berlin: Looking for a cheap hostel in Berlin with breakfast and a 24-hour front desk, just a 5-minute walk from Alexanderplatz? One80° is just the place. This youth hostel also provides free WiFi and daily housekeeping, as well as a coffee and tea station in the lobby if you need a pick-me-up.
- HappyGoLucky Hotel & Hostel: This hostel’s accommodation ranges from a private room to a 10 bed dormitory, so you can plan a group trip accordingly. The hostel provides bicycle hire for those who’d rather see the city from two wheels—it’s about a 15-minute ride to the Museum fur Fotografie.
What are the best Berlin backpackers hostels?
- The Circus Hostel: The best hostels in Berlin come with snacks, so swing by the Circus Café for a delicious full breakfast or sample the pastry selection. When you’re ready for a drink, head to the Circus Microbrewery and snap some pics of their home-brewed beers.
- Hostelo Berlin Mitte: Complimentary WiFi and tour/ticket assistance will help you get your Berlin adventure underway. If you want to see the city like a local, rent one of the hostel’s bicycles and pedal around town—you’ll be within a 10-minute ride of restaurants featuring Turkish, Vietnamese, and German cuisine.
What exactly is a hostel?
Hostels are a type of budget accommodation that allow travellers to book a shared room with a communal bathroom. By staying in a room with anywhere from 4 to 12 people, you save on accommodation without skimping on location or amenities. Hostels are often in the CBD or other desirable areas and frequently have kitchens, bars and restaurants, lounge areas, game rooms, and more. You’ll meet other travellers and save your cash for experiences.