Hostel Die Etage

Address: Katharinenstrasse 14, Berlin, 10711, Germany | Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Die Etage Berlin

Reviewed by shanti_dwita

Die Etage Hostel

Reviewed Nov 22, 2011
by (1 review) Bandar Lampung , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

I don't like walking in the cold, but I did when searching for this hostel's address. Located at the end of Katherine street, very close to two groceries, one of them is even in the same building. Staffs were friendly, common room was decent, but showers and toilets were bad, I think they need to hire more staff for doing cleaning. It's a good choice when you're saving money, otherwise you can spend more of your euros and stay in the better one.

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