Meininger Hotel Berlin Hallesches Ufer

Address: Hallesches Ufer 30, Berlin, 10823, Germany | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near Jewish Museum, German Museum of Technology Berlin (Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin), Liquidrom, and Transport Museum (Museum fur Verkehr und Technik).
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMeininger Hotel Berlin Hallesches Ufer

Reviewed by thecoogler

a good "base"

Reviewed Apr 17, 2011
by (1 review) Austin , United States Flag of United States

This was a nice place to stay- it is clean, comfortable & in a good location. It is very easy & quick to get to the center of town because of the u-bahn stop nearby.
But It wasn't really an environment to meet many other backpackers. It seemed to be taken over by a school group or two (which was also quite noisy at times). I know there probably were other backpackers, but I preferred to stay in my room with my sister since the common areas were taken over by the school kids.
Try somewhere else if the social aspect of hostels is important to you, but if all you need is a place to stay, I'd definitely recommend!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Meininger Hotel Berlin Hallesches Ufer

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