Where to Stay in Berlin
Here is a detailed map of the districts of Berlin. The central area you should stay in is Mitte. There are many different types of lodging in Berlin. I found hotels, rather than AirBnbs, to be the best for my budget. Public transportation is easy to access with many tram and metro lines scattered throughout the city. Therefore, don’t be scared to book outside of Mitte if you’d like to have a more suburban experience.
The Hotel I Recommend: Classik Hotel Hackescher Markt
The hotel I booked was Hotel Hackescher Markt, near a central train station, the Berlin TV Tower and Museum Island. The rooms are cozy but with updated features. There’s a small bar where I redeemed my free drink for my booking. The staff were extremely nice during my stay. Moreover, the price was perfect for a small budget. There’s nothing to complain about here except for small rooms, but I don’t need a large room when traveling anyway.
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