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10 of the best hotels in Mitte for all budgets

Mitte used to be rough but now is Berlin’s most posh and chic area of Berlin. The streets in Mitte are filled with art galleries, cool fashion designers, upscale restaurants and the city’s best museums. Of course, the hotels in Mitte will have a higher price tag than Kreuzberg, but we’ll show you the best hotels in Mitte for all pocket sizes. But in case you end this list of hotels in Mitte empty-handed, grab a 25€ discount on Airbnb using our exclusive code.

It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for when you’re planning your trip to Berlin, Mitte is always a good choice since translates into “middle.” Mitte is the middle point of Berlin. And due to Berlin’s history, we don’t have a proper downtown like most destinations.

Berlin was divided and since then, this concept of downtown got lost in time. Mitte is the closest we can get since it is where you can get the best public transport connections. And of course, travel from and to anywhere is easy.

Arriving here from TXL or SXF is as easy as arriving it by train or bus. You’ll be close to the finest restaurants, the best museums, trendy cocktail bars, the coolest clubs, and rooftop pools. Regardless of where they are.

It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for when you’re planning your trip to Berlin, Mitte is always a good choice since translates into “middle.” Mitte is the middle point of Berlin. And due to Berlin’s history, we don’t have a proper downtown like most destinations.

Berlin was divided and since then, this concept of downtown got lost in time. Mitte is the closest we can get since it is where you can get the best public transport connections. And of course, travel from and to anywhere is easy.

Arriving here from TXL or SXF is as easy as arriving it by train or bus. You’ll be close to the finest restaurants, the best museums, trendy cocktail bars, the coolest clubs, and rooftop pools. Regardless of where they are.

The best hotels in Mitte for all budget sizes

Adlon Hotel in Mitte

Let’s start with the best of the best. Adlon is as traditional and historic as its architecture is fascinating. Hotel Adlon is where Hollywood now sleeps but used to be where Hitler did too.

Back in the days, the hotel served as one of the places the Nazi Party used to get together for social events. During the WWII it was bombed and destroyed and in 1997 was restored. Hotel Adlon is also where the infamous incident with Michael Jackson shaking his baby out of the window happened.

The Circus

The Circus hotel has its own review done by us, and it is on this list because, besides offering hotel rooms, Circus has a hostel option too. Both are located less than 10 meters from the U8 Rosenthalerplatz making it an excellent location for all budget sizes.
Another cool point for the hostel version is that they own the one and only David Hasselhoff Museum inside. Part of the permanent exhibition is a photo of David Hasselhoff with real chest hair. If you dare, you can touch it.

Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Mitte

This 4-star hotel offers an indoor pool, gym and modern design apartments with air conditioning — all that within a 10-min walk for the central station, Berlin Hauptbahnhof. This hotel in Mitte is close to one of our favorite museums in Berlin, the Natural History Museum we talk about in our Guide to 24hrs in Berlin.

HighPark by Palmira

HighPark by Palmira is right by Potsdamer Platz. It is within a 15-minute walk of attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust Memorial, and Topography of Terror. You’ll also have one of the largest shopping malls in the city by your doorstep, the Mall of Berlin.
All units feature ergonomic furniture, comfortable beds with orthopedic mattresses, free wifi, a small fully equipped kitchen as well as complimentary toiletries. Most units also have a balcony. The view is incredible.

Titanic Gendarmenmarkt Berlin

This luxurious hotel in Mitte features a grill restaurant and a spa with an authentic Turkish bath.

The Titanic Gendarmenmarkt, like the name suggests, is very close to the famous Gendarmenmarkt, one of Berlin’s top attractions. I mean, if you know that Berlin is not even remotely close to the Atlantic Ocean.

All rooms are air-conditioned and beautifully decorated, as well as a free minibar (in the first supply), a work desk and a private bathroom. Perfect for travelers coming here for the summer, since many hotels in Berlin do not have AC on their rooms (yet!). #globalwarming

AMANO Home Hotels in Mitte

Designed by the architect Jan Wiese, AMANO is one of the stylish options on our list of hotels in Mitte. It is just a few metes from Rosa Luxemburg Platz U-Bahn station, so in less than 5 minutes you’re in Alexanderplatz. If you like to walk, in 10 or 15 minutes you can reach Berlin’s most famous square by foot.
AMANO is a cozy property offering full apartments with bath, kitchenette, separate sleeping area, and living area. It is an excellent mix between hotel and home. There is also a laundry and shopping service at an additional cost on request.

Boutique Hotel i31 Berlin Mitte

This 4-star boutique hotel in Mitte enjoys a central location in the Mitte district of Berlin. It is only a few meters from the U-Bahn Naturkundemuseum and the S-Bahn station of Nordbahnhof. It is less than 10-minutes walking from the Wall Memorial.
i31 Hotel offers rooms with modern décor, free Wi-Fi and a minibar stocked with complimentary soft drinks.
A buffet breakfast is served daily in the breakfast room. This hotel in Mitte has a gym and a rooftop garden with an overview of Berlin.

Garden Living – Boutique Hotel in Mitte

This stylish hotel offers a relaxing garden, free Wi-Fi, and rooms and apartments with a balcony. The Reichstag parliament building is 2 km away. All the rooms at the Garden Living have cable TV, a table and a private bathroom. All have exquisite interiors with wooden floors, large windows and beautiful paintings.

This boutique hotel is a great option for travelers interested in history, museums and architecture.

Linnen Studio Apartments

Linnen is one of the best options for people looking for the home vibe without giving up the facilities of staying in a hotel. With units in Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg, Linnen is one of the best options Berlin has. In Mitte, all units include a fully equipped kitchen, allowing you to prepare your own meals. Dishwasher and kettle are also provided.

We personally tested the Prenzlauer Berg unit and it was one of the best nights we had in Berlin. Since quality is taking very seriously by the staff of Linnen, we’re sure you’ll have nothing but the best there.

Nikolai Residence Hotels in Mitte

Our final option in this list of hotels in Mitte is the only one inside the oldest area of Berlin. Nikolaiviertel is the only remaining area of medieval Berlin. This area is from around 1200.

All the rooms in this hotel are stylish and modern even though the area is almost 900 years old. They all have a flat-screen TV, seating area, minibar and private bathroom with shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. If you’re coming to Berlin in December, one of the cutests Christmas Markets happens around the hotel.

The Berlin Cathedral and Museum Island are just 700 meters from the hotel. And Alexanderplatz is even closer.


We hope you enjoy this list of hotels in Mitte. If you think Mitte is not for you, we want to invite you to see our picks for hotels in Kreuzberg. We also hope that this list of best hotels in Mitte is useful to people who are not super into staying in hotels. If that is your case, we want to invite you to take advantage of our 25€ discount on Airbnb.

We also have a full guide talking about all sides of Berlin to help you book your hotel in the best area possible. For any remaining questions, our Facebook group and our comments section below are always open for you.

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