Central located, 24h/7 Reception and bar, full infrastructure and good prices! The Amstel House Hostel has everything needed to make your trip to Berlin an unforgettable experience. By bus or by metro, we are only a few minutes from the central station, historical center, the Brandenburg Gate, the Zoo and the biggest and most famous shopping street Kurfürstendamm.
About Amstel House Berlin
Officially opened in 1914 in honor to the 25th anniversary of William II’s reign - in the presence of the Majesty himself – our building was first used as a house for young single workers. Today a historical heritage, its impressive façade in Art Nouveau style recalls the Lüftlmalerei, an upper-Bavaria art form of mural paintings. In 2004 it caught the eyes of two friends during a bike ride. That was the beginning of Amstel House, since then a great host of thousands of contented guests from all around the world. Our great infrastructure offers 24h/7 reception and bar, game room, free internet, bike rent, laundry and tickets services, clean and comfortable rooms. Central located we are only a few minutes bus ride from the main station, the Brandenburg gate and the historical center and two metro stops from the Zoo and the famous shopping street Kurfürstendamm. The Museums of Contemporary Art, Photography, Story of Berlin, between others, are also close by. Come join us!
We offer a diverse range of accommodation options such as dorms, 4bedrooms, family rooms, twin rooms - ensuite or with shared facilities - and single rooms, all clean, comfortable and with lockers. Except for the big dorms, all rooms have tables, chairs and readings lamps. We offer 24h/7 reception and bar, cheap breakfast buffet and all-you-can-eat burger BBQ, free computers and Wi-Fi at the lobby, laundry and tickets service, bike rent, game room, free maps, karaoke nights, safe, luggage room and much more.
A very unique central district, Moabit is an island merged into Berlin in 1861. It was once a heart of the industrial revolution and a vibrant scene of a strongly engaged proletarian class. Later, over the Moabit’s Moltke Bridge, was scene for the Battle of Berlin, the final major offensive of the European Theatre and end of the WWII. Over the last years Moabit is experiencing an incredible artistic boom since artists, galleries, ateliers and studios are moving in. Behind the Contemporary Art Museum Hamburger Banhnhof, the Heidestraße Gallery Mille has become one of the main centers of Berlin’s Art scene. Up in the north, in a former railway depot, the ZKU - center of art and urbanism – opened its door in a unique space for artistic residencies. The multiculturalism in Moabit also created a diverse gastronomic culture. Many of city’s favorite Turkish and Arabic restaurants are located in the region. Berlin’s oldest and best patisserie too. Recently the old market reopened in a brand new phase as a “place of good things”, an amazing hall that offers all kinds of delicatessen, fine restaurants, live music and cultural events. An exception among the central districts, it seems to be holding out of gentrification. As many say - and as we expect to remain – Moabit is the ultimate original Berliner district! Go check it out.