Heart of Gold Hostel
AddressJohannisstr. 11 BerlinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Welcome to our state-of-the-art hostel that looks a bit like a spaceship but is mostly harmless.
We’re your hostel for free stuff in Berlin! We’ve got free Wi-Fi at reception, free coffee and tea from sunrise to sunset, free maps and free English-language guided tours!
We are the most centrally located hostel in downtown Berlin and offer dorms, private cabins and private rooms with showers.
Each of our rooms has been painted by a different artist and features tables, chairs, reading lamps, lockers, a mirror, panoramic windows and wheelchair accessibility. Sheets and towels are included but are subject to a €5 deposit.
Our €4 all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet is served from 8am to noon.
Guests enjoy 10 minutes of free internet access! Further internet is available from only €1 per hour.
Our relaxed bar has a comfy Chesterfield sofa and cheap beers (bottled and draught) plus Jagermeister on tap and much more...have fun! Snacks and drinks are also available at the bar and there’s more nightlife just around the corner.
Our reception desk is open 24hrs and we have keycard access, a free safe and a free secure luggage room with lockers so you can always feel secure. The large reception area has panoramic windows.
We have movie nights on our large video screen, plus a pool table and a yard and garden where you can hang out when the weather’s suitable. You can also rent sunglasses and buy phone cards from us.
Our friendly and helpful staff will do their best to make your stay as enjoyable as possible in one of the most hospitable (and
wheelchair-friendly) starships in Berlin.
Please read our Things to Note below before booking.
Special conditions for bookings over New Year's:
Minimum stay: 5 nights
No check-out, no check in on January 1st Bookings need to be paid in full within 10 days after placing the booking.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Bicycle Hire
- Board games
- Common Room
- Pool Table
- Bicycle Parking
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
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