Meininger City Hostel & Hotel Senefelder Platz

Address: Schoenhauser Allee 19, Berlin, 10435, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Keramikos area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Berlin Underground Association, New Synagogue Berlin (Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum), and Zucker Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMeininger City Hostel & Hotel Senefelder Platz Berlin

Reviewed by sammii

Right across the Berlin's central station (Hauptbahnhof)

Reviewed May 6, 2012
by (5 reviews) , Philippines Flag of Philippines

I stayed at Meininger Hostel, which was conveniently situated across Hauptbahnhof. It's more expensive when you're a walk-in (41€ - discounted price) than when you book online. I chose this place because I had to get to the train station early the next morning. Although the place is nice (rooms look just like a hotel), I'll probably look for a different hostel if being near the Hauptbahnhof weren't important.

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Reviewed by elmergrimaldo


Reviewed Jun 20, 2010
by (3 reviews) Ciudad Juarez , Mexico Flag of Mexico


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TripAdvisor Reviews Meininger City Hostel & Hotel Senefelder Platz Berlin

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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A place full of beauty and history

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on May 31, 2015

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... up being very tasty. That evening I joined Lauren and her contiki group for dinner at the Hackers Markt.

The next day I did so so much walking. I started off by going to the TV tower situated in Alexanderplatz. I took the lift up to the top where you get lovely 360 views over Berlin. After this I walked to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The memorial is very interesting from a viewing point as it is 19 000m2 area containing 2711 concrete blocks of ...

Being Jewish in Europe

A travel blog entry by smw316 on Mar 29, 2015

... able to communicate with people through prayer.

My Jewish experiences abroad will definitely affect my Judaism upon my return to the United States. Seeing how committed the Jewish community of Berlin is to the preservation of Judaism was inspiring, and made me want to become more active in my own community back home and there are many ways for me to do so. I can become more knowledgeable about the Middle East conflict and Israeli politics continue to study Hebrew, and ...

Ich bin ein Berliner

A travel blog entry by rumneet on Jun 13, 2014

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... that they remember the crimes committed by their former government. Ich habe ein neues wort 'Vergangenheitsbewältigung' gelernt. Ich kann es schrieben und sagen. Es gibt viele Denkmal in Berlin, Zum biespiel gibt es ein Deknmal für Die Politiker den Nazismus gemordet hat. Our guide took as to an area located near the old Synagogue. He told us a story of thousands of German families from this area who were either married to a Jew or had Jewish relatives ...

Dinosaurs Dinosaurs, Caravaggio and Greeks

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Dec 15, 2013

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... that I personal enjoyed the museum day today. It was the best of the best. Kathy got a lot out of today, she was able to actually see and experience the many things I have talked about concerning 17th century art and dinosaurs.

Off to the races again we went looking for a place to make our train reservations for next week. We went to the DB at the Freidrichstrasse station (that is Deutsch Bundesbahn) to arrange our transportation to the ...

4 years too long, 3 days too late

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Aug 31, 2013


... the ogrgeous lady lending us the flat) and we all went for tea in the park.

Well, if we weren't so cautious of the weather we would have gone all the way to the park. Instead? We sat in what you would describe as a giant sandpit with a terrible playground, a bench and the most unscenic views you have ever seen. It was spitting, but we were still deciding if it was heavy enough to go inside again. Oh and this picnic spot? You could see our ...