Apartment for rent from € 78/day in BerlinName/Address: (014) Spacious central 2-room apt.
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Spacious 2-room apartment near Nollendorfplatz 2-room-apartment (70 sqm) with a living room, a dining area for four people, a large hallway, a fully equipped kitchen, a charming bedroom and a fine balcony. The bedroom has got a comfortable double bed (160 x 200) and there is a large convertible sofa-bed (150 x 200) in the living room. Professional hotel bed linen and towels are of course included. Flatscreen-TV, hi-fi, plenty of space for luggage and clothes. The kitchen comes fully equipped with electric stove, fridge, dish-washer, coffee machine, toaster, cutlery, dishes, and kitchenware from wine glasses to frying pans: everything you need for a quick breakfast or a luxurious dinner. A washing machine and a dishwasher are also there for you use. Free WLAN-access (wireless internet connection). The apartment is situated in Schöneberg, a central area close to Kudamm, Berlin`s famous shopping mile and elegant promenade. You will live between city-west and city-east in an ideal situation between the interesting central areas of Kudamm and Potsdamer Platz. The apartment is also close to Tiergarten, Berlin`s largest city park, reputed to be one of the most beautiful parks in Europe. You will meet the typical mixture of antiques shops, countless cafés and a multitude of restaurants, art shops, galeries, antiquarian bookstores and small businesses. The many small and medium shops in the area offer a diverse shopping experience. There are numerous shopping opportunities nearby, as well as trendy areas and a lively cultural- and night-life directly on your doorstep. A large and beautiful market (Winterfeldmarkt) is also nearby, reputed to be one of the most interesting markets in Berlin. In Berlin you will find a very extensive public transport network. Many sights are directly and rapidly accessible. Because of the central location most guests leave their car parked, or do not even bring it at all. The apartment is situated directly at the underground station Nollendorfplatz in the west of the city, near Kudamm and Zoological Garden - the Zoo with the world`s highest number of species. Underground lines, (night-) buses, and a taxi stand are practically on your doorstep. The nearest motorway exit is situated 3 kilometres away - south of the flat - and will take you only a couple of minutes by car. It is called Innsbrucker Platz. Since 1st January 2008 Berlin's inner city has become an 'environmental zone' where only cars that adhere to to emission standards are allowed. You will need a sticker with information about the emission standard of your car. From Tegel Airport: take the bus no. X9 up to underground station (U-Bahnhof) Ernst-Reuter-Platz, there you change into the line U2 in the direction of Pankow and get off at the U-station Nollendorfplatz (27 min.). From Schönefeld Airport: take the S9 (urban railway) to the station Warschauer Strasse, change into the underground line U1 in the direction of Uhlandstrasse and and get off at the station Nollendorfplatz (50 min.). From Hauptbahnhof (the central train station) you travel with the S-Bahn (the urban railway) and get off at the the station Zoologischer Garten. From there you take the U2 in the direction direction of Pankow to the station Nollendorfplatz (17 min.). From Hauptbahnhof (the central train station) you travel with the S-Bahn (the urban railway) and get off at the the station Zoologischer Garten. From there you take the U2 in the direction direction of Pankow to the station Nollendorfplatz (17 min.). Taxi: Tegel Airport, 15 km (17 min.), 24 Euro Schönefeld Airport, 22 km (21 min.), 32 Euro Hautpbahnhof (central train station), 6 km (10 min.), 12 Euro You will stay in a quiet area with little traffic, but nearby when darkness closes in over Nollendorfplatz, life really gets going. In the 1930s, Nollendorfplatz was a centre of entertainment and culture, home to artists and writers, with an almost Parisian flair. People came from far and wide to visit the popular Metropol Theatre and to admire the steel and glass dome which crowned the station. Bombed to smithereenes during the War, Nollendorfplatz was rebuilt in the ensuing years with monstrous post-war high-rises. The only reminder of how Nollendorfplatz used to be is a series of paintings hanging in the Ephraim-Palais. The area is, however, still renowned for its nightlife which flourishes in the streets around Winterfeldtplatz.
Cancellation PolicyThe booking is a fix contract and cannot cancel. If you cancel the booking, the cancellation fee is 80% of the rent.
Please note that in addition to the cancellation penalties above, the fee is not refundable in case of cancellation.
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