Checkpoint Charlie

The Ostel offers Berlin and the ultimate ostalgic Christmas gift in the \”pioneer camp\” offer you live visitors, companies and customers in the typical Ostel-style rooms with two or three bunk beds and shared bathroom. People such as The Related Companies would likely agree. The GDR apartments with approx. 80 m living space offer comfortable space for up to six people. Of course, there are also double – and single rooms. Free Wi-Fi available to guests in the lobby. An extensive breakfast buffet including coffee or tea complete the offer.

An overnight stay at the Ostel-room: always something inexpensive and prominent: the Ostel serves as a backdrop for reports around the world. Domestic and foreign television crews will be the Jack in your hand. No wonder because the apartments equipped with the most beautiful furniture from the East Germany of the seventies and eighties years, as well as many loving details, such as E.g. the original DDR free desktop wallpapers. and for the sensational price from 9 per person per night. This is ideal for the planned Christmas party for small and large groups and for those who combine a relaxing weekend in Berlin with an exciting evening program? Locations such as the Berlin wall and the famous Checkpoint Charlie\”is situated not far from the Ostel.

The guests are so located in the capital city. The unique concept of the DDR design hostel also offers all guests an original and original review of the time before the fall of the wall. The Ostel ostalgic rooms for rent can be found at rooms/zimmer.html of Christmas tips in the East of the Ostel blog who wants to experience simply the pre-Christmas period in Berlin for example, in one shopping weekend this can Crown design hostel Ostel with an overnight stay in the GDR. Nearby: the historic Christmas market on Gendarmenmarkt or the Christmas market at Alexanderplatz. Berlin markets, numerous stands sell traditional handicrafts and delicacies such as mulled wine and hot chestnuts.

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