PHOTO: Hotel Amano

9 Budget Hotels in Berlin

Jennifer Ceaser | January 22, 2018

Proving you don’t need a fat wallet to visit Berlin, these hotels offer comfortable accommodations, great locations, solid amenities and even a dash of style at bargain prices—in fact, most are well under 100 euro per night. These Berlin hotels are cheap and great.


Monbijou Hotel

Why it made the list

This centrally located boutique hotel offers small but nicely furnished rooms, outfitted with cushy beds, vintage-style furnishings and Molton Brown amenities. Rates hover at around 70 euro per night.

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Eastern Comfort

Why it made the list

This unique “boatel” is moored on the Spree River, within walking distance of the Berlin Wall murals known as the East Side Gallery. Accommodations vary on the two ships; some are more like hostels, with bunkbeds and shared bathrooms, that run you just 16 euro per night (plus a 5 euro cost for linens). Private cabins with ensuite baths start at 58 euro.

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Motel One Ku'damm

Why it made the list

From 70 euro a night, you can enjoy comfy beds and air conditioning in your room, plus take advantage of the stylish rooftop lounge with panoramic views of nearby Tiergarten park.

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Hotel Amano

Why it made the list

Given this hotel’s chic design, buzzy bar and prime location in the heart of Mitte, the rates for its spacious, minimalist rooms are shockingly low—starting at just 70 euro.

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Why it made the list

It’s not for everyone, but this funky “glamping” property in edgy Neukölln has you sleeping in a cozy retro caravan, Scandinavian-style cabin or indoor treehouse—and sharing a bathroom with your fellow “campers”—for as little as 68 euro.

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Bleibtreu Berlin by Golden Tulip

Why it made the list

Rooms may be small, but are light-filled, nicely designed and easy on the pocketbook—which means more money to spend on boutique shopping along the nearby Ku’damm. Rates go from 53 euro for a single room; double rooms are just 10 euro more.

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Michelberger Hotel

Why it made the list

This hipster hotel offers artsy flair and inspired design at a budget price. If you’ve got a big group, you can save by bunking up in one of the large themed suites, which sleeps up to six, and starts at around 200 euro per night.

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Arte Luise Kunsthotel

Why it made the list

Each one-of-a-kind room in this boutique Mitte hotel is created by a different artist, so your stay promises to be both memorable and affordable. If you’re willing to share a bathroom, the tiny attic rooms start at just 35 euro per night.

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MOXY Berlin Ostbahnhof

Why it made the list

Low cost meets high style at this budget Marriott chain hotel, set in the nightlife-saturated Friedrichshain/Kreuzberg district. Groups of four can save cash by sharing a family room. Rates start at around 53 euro for a standard room.

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