Welcome to Minimal
Our newly constructed boutique hostel is located in 'Kreuzkölln' which is one of Berlin's most creative and artistic locations. The reconstruction is based on typical Berlin style and design.
Using re-purposed furnishings in harmony with modern German design techniques is a testament to the ingenuity and practical thinking that is evident in day to day Berlin life.
We offer both a six bed dorm and two double rooms. We guarantee comfy beds, clean washrooms, and a tranquil and respectful environment. Most of all we offer extremely personable and helpful service from life long Berliners.
Whether you are visiting Berlin for work, inspiration, vacation or simply to sightsee and relax, Minimal can accommodate every need you are likely to have.
We offer a personal, cozy atmosphere in an exciting city.
clean and incredibly spacious rooms
only the most comfy beds for a good night sleep
friendly staff helps you plan the best route and find the best bars
Wi-Fi internet access
Looking for more privacy?
Small groups are also welcome.
Central, convenient location without the noise
Cancellation policy: 48h before arrival. In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay.
Check in from 11:30 to 14:00 and 19:00-21.00.
Check out before 10:30 .
Payment upon arrival by cash.
Breakfast not included.
From 10.30 you can leave your luggage with us.
From 02:00pm to 07:00pm you can leave your luggage here too, just email us if you know that you will arrive later than 01:30pm
Please be advised that everyone who planes to arrive after 21.30 p.m. have to email us before the arrival day to arrange the late check-in.
Then you will get your personal check-in information via email.
Otherwise your reservation will be cancelled at 21:30 on arrival day.
Once you have checked-in, you will get your own key for a 24 hour access.
We do not accept any credit cards
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