Berlin Goes Retro (hotel-wise)

The Hüttenpalast is Berlin’s newest hotel concept. Created by Sike Lorenzen and Sarah Vollmer, it’s situated in the less than chic Neukölln district just southeast of trendy Kreuzberg. The new hotel consists of a cluster of renovated mini-campers and small wooden huts set within a defunct vacuum cleaner factory.

The hotel has a cozy café and garden within the old factory complex. Rates start at 30€ per night. The Hüttenpalast ( Hobrechstraße 65 ) is within a short walk of the U-bahn stations at Hermanplatz and Schönleinstraße.

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