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This information is correct as of September 2016

Germany's capital city is known for its 'poor but sexy' attitude. Areas that were once no-go zones are now hipster heavens complete with burger bars, artisan craft markets, and some of Western Europe's most impressive street art. Berlin has a chic side too, with elegant architecture, world-class restaurants and plenty of classical music events.

It's a city that's full of surprises, but accommodation shouldn't be one of them. If you've already booked your flights to Berlin it's time to check out (and check into) the city's trendy hotels, hostels, and boutique apartments.

Where to stay in Berlin

The best place to stay in Berlin depends on your budget (and style). We've already blogged about the 10 most beautiful hotels in Berlin, but this guide to the most popular Berlin hotels in every price bracket should help those who are thinking with their wallets.

Cheap hotels in Berlin

Our cheap Berlin accommodation will please even the thriftiest of travellers. We've got lots of cheap rooms in Berlin (£40 or under per night) and these five are some of the best rated. Oh, if you're visiting Berlin on a budget, you might also want to check out our 10 best free things to do in Berlin.

Arte Luise Kunsthotel

Each room in this trendy Berlin hotel was individually designed by a different artist. There's an on-site photography studio, as well as a chic restaurant with high ceilings.

Motel Plus Berlin

This no-frills hotel is located in the trendy Neukolln neighbourhood, just a few minutes' walk from an S-bahn (overground train) station.

A&O Berlin Kolumbus

Forget art, it's all about sport in this colourful Lichtenberg hostel. Wi-Fi is complimentary, and upgraded rooms have access to an infrared sauna. The hotel has a gym, a healthy restaurant, and free parking (perfect for those planning to hire a car in Berlin).

Hotel Alte Feuerwache

This pretty hotel is inside a converted fire station. It's in a quiet part of the city, but is a short walk from the Berlin Hohenschonhausen Memorial prison museum: one of the city's lesser known sights. The restaurant has a summer terrace and free parking is available.

Ostel- Das DDR Hostel

Specialising in "Ostalgia", this 1970's themed hostel will take you back in the GDR. It's a short walk from the East Side Gallery and Berghain, arguably Berlin's most famous techno club.

 

Mid-range hotels in Berlin

Not too cheap and not too expensive: these 2, 3 and 4 star hotels in Berlin are perfect for people who aren't on a tight budget but don't want to break the bank either. We've got hundreds of hotels in Berlin in the £40-80 price range, and these are some of the most popular.

Mercure Hotel Berlin Tempelhof Airport

The airport might be long gone (it's now a park, and one of our top 10 things to do in Berlin) but this hotel still boasts a great location in the heart of Neukolln. The rooms are modern and relaxed, with free Wi-Fi throughout. Breakfast and parking cost extra.

Derag-Livinghotel Berlin Mitte

This hotel in Berlin Mitte has views across the Spreekanal. It's a short walk from Alexanderplatz. The hotel has its own Indian restaurant and cocktail bar with a waterfront patio.

Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Berlin City

If you're looking for hotels in Kreuzberg, this four star one is a great option. Amenities include high-speed Wi-Fi, bicycle rental, and airport transfer.

Angleterre Hotel

Original murals decorate this 19th Century hotel which has a bar, a gym, and a relaxation area. Some rooms have balconies.

Hollywood Media Hotel Am Kurfurstendamm

With a prime location on Berlin's fanciest shopping street, this quirky movie-themed hotel offers a great base in west Berlin. Restaurants include an Italian, a Middle-Eastern, and a 60's style bar.

 

Luxury hotels in Berlin

Whether you want to stay in the most expensive hotel in Berlin or just treat yourself to a few nights of decadence in one of Berlin's boutique hotels, take a gander at our pricier accommodation options. These hotels charge more than £180 per night, but cheap deals are sometimes available.

Hotel de Rome- Rocco Forte

Originally built as the headquarters of Dresdner Bank in 1889, this historic hotel features a swimming pool in what was once a jewel vault.

Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin

Despite its piano bar, marble bathrooms, and excellent location next to the Brandenburg Gate, this glamorous hotel will always be remembered for the time Michael Jackson dangled his baby from the balcony.

Das Stue Hotel

This 1930's neoclassical hotel is just on the edge of the Tiergarten. Amenities include Nespresso coffee machines, rainfall showerheads and balconies with park views. There's also a bar with live music.

The Weinmeister Berlin Mitte

This boutique hotel in Berlin Mitte has floor-to-ceiling windows, rainfall showerheads, and iMacs in every room. It also has a trendy rooftop cocktail bar and a spa with a terrace.

Waldorf Astoria Berlin

One of the only luxury hotels in West Berlin, this skyscraper hotel is right across from the zoo. Luxurious rooms have 40" Apple TVs, city views and marble bathrooms.

 

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