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The 7 Best Hotels in Berlin for Partying the Night Away

Jennifer Ceaser | January 24, 2018

Party all night, sleep all day—these hotels put you in the heart of Berlin's nightlife action.


The Yard Hotel

Why it made the list

One of the trendiest alternative nightlife areas in Berlin, Kreuzberg is awash with hip cocktail lounges, old-school pubs, cozy wine bars and artsy after-hours haunts. You’ll find most along the streets surrounding the Kottbusser Tor U-Bahn station, just one stop from The Yard.

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Michelberger Hotel

Why it made the list

The club density is highest in Freidrichshain, and smack in the middle of it all is this hip budget hotel. There’s Berghain, which hosts top DJs spinning the latest electronic music—but also has a notoriously strict door policy. Too intimidating? Head to the Matrix Club, set under the Warschauer Straße railway station just up the block, or nearby is Suicide Circus and the White Rabbit.

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Why it made the list

The Orania is about a 15-minute walk from a trio of excellent clubbing spots. Inside a disused power plant, Tresor is one of the city’s top venues for techno; in the same space, though a bit hidden, Ohm is a combination art and party space where you can let loose dancing to house and electronic music. A short stroll away is Sage, a three-story nightclub playing indie and classic rock; in summer there’s a garden with a swimming pool.

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Hotel Amano

Why it made the list

On the top floor of an Alexanderplatz high-rise sits the posh dance club House of Weekend, with first-class DJs and a spectacular 15th-floor roof terrace. Nearby, inside a former GDR skyscraper, is the 70s-style gem Beate Uwe which spins retro and electronic music Friday to Sunday. Both are about 15 minutes by foot from the hotel.

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nHow Berlin

Why it made the list

Just across the Spree River, the Watergate hosts top international DJ in a split-level space with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the water. Other techno temples nearby include Berghain, the Matrix Club, Suicide Circus and the White Rabbit.

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Hotel Hackescher Markt

Why it made the list

Ballroom, tango, salsa and swing dancing take place in the century-old dance hall Clärchens Ballhaus, a 10-minute stroll from the hotel. Not a hoofer? There’s also live Russian and Gypsy music performed regularly in the downstairs restaurant. The bustling Hackescher Markt area also is home to bars galore.

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MOXY Berlin Ostbahnhof

Why it made the list

Right across the street from the hotel, the Holtzmarkt is home several hip watering holes and cafes, including the urban beach bar Pampa and the techno club Kater Blau. If electronic music isn’t your thing, the nearby Yaam spins reggae and world music.

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