Those who come to Linnen by train, alight at the Eberswalder Straße railway station. It’s located in the middle of the residential district Prenzlauer Berg. In this neighbourhood the girls wear at least three scarves around their necks and the boys push prams to the playgrounds. When you ask your friends where they live in Berlin, most of them actually reside just around the corner.
In this reprieved corner of glass-covered, luxury real estate, there is a suitable bed & breakfast available. Bodo and Antonio put this place together from a wonderful 19th century “Gründerzeit” house. And the rooms are exactly as we would expect in a town when we think of the expression “Pretty Hotel”: authentic and pretty furnishings – with parquet floors and a healthy mixture of old and new.
However, it is important to know, that Linnen is a construction, a kind of flat for kindred spirits, travellers, instagramers, backpackers and art directors, who find the Soho House much too “clean”. It is also quite tiny. The entrance and reception make up a part of the coffee bar, in which one takes their morning (or afternoon) a very healthy and delicious breakfast – toast with fresh tomato puree, or for example freshly made smoothies.
Every 20 to 45-year old, who want to experience Berlin unplugged, want to pay fair prices and want to live in an authentic neighbourhood.
Linnen also has apartments in central Berlin, which can be booked via the Website
Linnen lies directly on a busy street, the rooms on the first floor are not really peaceful rooms. Also the funny apartment called “Lego”, in which we were allowed to sleep, is located on the ground floor facing the street.
Double room from about 95 Euros excluding breakfast, but including all fees.
Booking & contact
Eberswalder Str. 35