The German capital is an expensive destination by any standards. If you can afford the 5-star hotels, then this blog is not for you. For those who want to have fun in Berlin but their budget does not allow them the comfort of a 5-star hotel, read through this post and maybe you will pick up something helpful.

Best boutique hotels in Berlin
Best boutique hotels in Berlin

The German capital is an expensive destination by any standards. If you can afford the 5-star hotels, then this blog is not for you. For those who want to have fun in Berlin but their budget does not allow them the comfort of a 5-star hotel, read through this post and maybe you will pick up something helpful.

The best way to go around the high accommodation fees in Berlin is by getting yourself a cheap boutique hotel. Below is a list of the top rated boutique hotels in Berlin.

1. Cosmo

This hotel is located in the Museum District of Berlin and features the high ceiling, luxurious decor and first class customer care that is associated with the 5-star hotels. Nearby attractions include; Pergamon Museum, Alte National Gallery and the Berliner Dom. The hotel will set you back 99Euros for bed and breakfast.

2. Lux 11

At 99 Euros for double rooms only, this hotel is one of the cheapest boutique hotels in Berlin. You are given the cheap way out by allowing you to have your breakfast at an even cheaper restaurant. From the hotel rooms, you can see the panoramic views of Fernsehturm and the Rotes Rathaus.

3. Soho House Berlin

If I was the one travelling now, I would stay at this magnificent hotel. From the vast spa area to the rooftop pool to bistro that serves Italian-influenced cuisine; you will not feel the pinch of paying the 130 Euros that they charge for double rooms.

4. Hotel de Rome

For double rooms, you will part with 260 Euros. You would be hesitant to pay this much in a boutique hotel, but once you know what is on offer, you will be glad you booked this hotel. The hotel is designed like an Italian chateau. It features one of the best restaurants in Berlin and has its roots from the building that housed the Dresdner Bank in 1889.

5. Hotel Honigmond

With French inspired fare and a setting that comes straight out of a genius landscaper, you will find that this hotel is most favored by honeymooners and those out for romantic getaways. For double rooms at the hotel, you will part with 125 Euros.

Berlin is a beautiful, intriguing and awe-inspiring city. If you are yet to visit it, it is time you added it at the top of your bucket list.

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