Are you looking for a room in a hostel at the Brandenburg Gate or in an accommodation nearby? The Ootel.co in Berlin is not directly in the hip middle. But it offers accommodation from just 7 €. And from 9 € you get a delicious breakfast in the morning.
Always included are parking and Wi-Fi, as well as bed linen and towel. Located directly at S-Bahn, bus and tram, the ootel.co is ideal for cheap overnight stays for all visitors to Berlin. We do not only offer multi-bed rooms, but also – like the hotels at the Brandenburg Gate – single rooms and double rooms.
And we are very cheap. Cheap is the equipment, however, not at all: the hostel is modern furnished and offers a lot of comfort and good Service. And at reception and bar our friendly staff take care of you at all times. From our hostel you can easily take the S-Bahn from door to door.
Take the S7 or S75 lines from Springpfuhl station to Friedrichstraße station, without any change. By car you drive on the B1 / B5 to Unter den Linden, the road ends at the Brandenburg Gate.
From your accommodation with us drive to the Brandenburg Gate and visit many world famous attractions, including: – The Holocaust Memorial, commemorating the Jews murdered in Europe, built in 2005, on an area of 19,000 m² to a design by Peter Eisenman , – The Kennedy Museum, with exhibits such as photos and objects of the Kennedy family.
The Reichstag on the Platz der Republik, seat of the German Bundestag.
Other buildings in the government district, such as the Chancellor’s Office and the buildings Paul-Löbe-Haus and Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders house. – The Komische Oper Berlin, elected 2007 Opera House of the Year.
Special attractions include the annual events: The big New Year’s Eve celebration with many open-air stages where different bands play. Every year countless Berliners and visitors celebrate here. A real experience.
At the historically significant Pariser place. Of course there was no hostel at the Brandenburg Gate back then.
The early Classicist building was built by Carl Gotthard Langhans in the years 1788 – 1791 at the behest of King Frederick William II of Prussia. During the division of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate was located exactly on the border between the FRG and the GDR.
Here Reagan spoke the famous words to Gorbachev in 1987, with the request to open the gate:
“Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” When the Berlin Wall actually fell in 1989, the Brandenburg Gate became a symbol of reunification. Today, for every tourist, a picture with the Brandenburg Gate is an integral part of the visit to Berlin.