Schönhauser Allee 19, 10435 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 30 9832 1074 email@example.com
The MEININGER Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz is located directly at the Senefelder Platz train station on Schönhauser Allee. Just two stations with public transport and you are already at the landmark of Berlin, the Television Tower. From MEININGER Hotel Alexanderplatz you can discover Berlin Mitte on foot: Rotes Rathaus (Red City Hall), Hackescher Markt and Museum Island can all be easily reached. A tour around Prenzlauer Berg in the north of the city is tempting with beautiful green areas, hip designer stores and trendy restaurants and bars.
Daily from 6.30 to 10.30 a.m.
includes a filled bread roll/sandwich, muesli/chocolate bar, fruit and one drink.
Until 02.00 pm (private rooms only)
For arrivals after 01.10.2019: 15 Euro
per day/pet (private rooms only)
For arrivals after 01.10.2019: 15 Euro
throughout the hotel
The made by MEININGER Service is as individual as the guests at the hotel. Hungry guests on day trips receive a lunch pack and sporty holidayers hire bikes. Those who don’t just want to relax at the hotel, can log onto the free WiFi. And those who would like to sleep in a bit later, can choose late check-out.
The multiple bedroom with up to 6 beds is a private room. Depending on the number of guests there are single and bunk beds in the room.
For our group travellers the multi bedded rooms are equipped with up to 6 beds and private bathroom. For more information on the rooms, please contact our experts in group sales.
The family room has no more than 6 beds in it. Depending on the number of persons, this includes single and bunk beds. A cot can be added on request.
What is a dormitory?
You book a bed in the small mixed dormitory, which has no more than 6 beds. You share the room with other guests. From 18 years!
You book a room in the women’s dormitory, which has no more than 6 beds. You share the room with other female guests. Women from 18 years!
Please note: for bookings of several beds in dorms, we do not guarantee accommodation in the same room.
Money was taken from our room over 2 days, €40 one day then €20 and £20 the second day. It seemed that someone was entering our room and taking a little each day hoping we would not notice.
Great location- head North and East for trendy Berlin. which is full of family.
The location is per,staff is super firendly, vlean areas, with kithcen and washing machine . The inly negative thing I found is that the rooms are a bit small, and there is not much of a social
We had a great stay in the Alexanderplatz Meininger. Our triple room was great with plenty of space, and a great bathroom/wetroom. However we were on the 6th floor and our windows did not open fully
A few female staffers insisted on speaking German - strange.Friendly cleaning lady from Hungary/Turkey.Some very professional staff members...but a little too uptight.Nice that the beds come with
Really enjoyed my one night stay at Meininger Alexanderplatz. The room and ensuite were spotlessly clean and the kitchen was well stocked. The bed was comfortable and my bunk mates courteous with
Overall the stay was good in the hotel. Check in was very friendly (thank you Didie) and we were able to check in to our room 1.5 hours earlier than usual check in time which was great. Only downside
We were 5 nights and our stay was very good, I put 3 stars because I do not understand how you can not have air conditioning having outside temperatures at night of 26 degrees and for the day of more
The Television Tower in Alexanderplatz was created by the GDR to symbolise the strength of East Berlin. Today it is a landmark of the unified city and characterises the skyline of the exceptional metropolis. The MEININGER Berlin Alexanderplatz is located just a few minutes away by public transport.The Telespargel (literally: tele-asparagus) as it was known in the GDR, is also omnipresent in the rooms. The colourful, dynamic interior design of the lobby has an authentic big city feeling.
Backpackers, school groups or families: Berlin is a great travel destination as there is so much going on in the capital. The MEININGER Hotel Alexanderplatz provides the perfect accommodation, because MEININGER knows the different needs of our guests. With the modern facilities, affordable prices and legendary MEININGER atmosphere every city break, class trip or business trip becomes a very special experience.
Backpackers and students sleep affordably at MEININGER in one of the modern dormitories and are refreshed in the mornings, ready to start their day of sightseeing. Meanwhile the luggage is stored safely in lockers.
Guests who are in Berlin on business, can quickly reach all the places that business calls home. In the evenings an aperitif on the boulevard terrace of the MEININGER Hotel beckons.
Prenzlauer Berg is also known for being an especially family friendly area so an outing to Mauerpark or to the next adventure playground is a must-do with children. In the evenings the kids can play in the MEININGER Hotel game zone. Parents can round off the evening in the hotel bar.
MEININGER Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz is located in the neighborhood of Prenzlauer Berg in the east part of the city nearby Berlin Alexanderplatz. Discover a charming area with plenty to see and do. Start your weekend at the Kollwitzplatz local farmers market in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. The water tower around the corner from the Kollwitzplatz square, called the Wasserturm, is a historical landmark worth checking out. There are plenty of places to shop, take a drink or grab a bite nearby. Be sure to check out the bookshops as well. There are a number of parks to visit if you are feeling like relaxing near greenery or want to sweat out the journey- Ernst-Thälmann Park, Anton-Saefkow Park and Arnswalder Platz are all options, to name just a few. In addition, there is a charming and memorable street market in Mauerpark you can go to on Sundays. Take in the buskers, buy some vintage clothing or have some coffee and cake at a café nearby. In the Bernauerstrasse locality, the Berlin Wall memorial is worth a visit as well.
This hotel and neighborhood is well connected to the wider city of Berlin and our guests do not have any trouble commuting from U Senefelderplatz station, just seconds from the hotel entrance, to see some fantastic places in other areas. To the east lies the district of Friedrichshain which has an alternative, hipster vibe. There are some great night clubs and bars to visit in this area, if you are looking to party! Further beyond this district, there are some fascinating landmarks including Treptower Park which includes a Soviet War Memorial and observatory. Also worth visiting is the Stasi Museum which contains some fasicnating relics of the secret police including spying equipment and archival documents. Regardless of where you decide to go and visit, the neighborhood of Prenzlauer Berg is well connected and will provide an unforgettable stay in Berlin.