Who wants to go camping…in downtown Berlin? No need for rain gear, tinder kits or first aid when visiting Huttenpalast, all you need to bring is your sense of adventure for the extra-unordinary! Tucked inside a ground level warehouse space in the Neukölln borough is a creative vision by two friends who dared to dream big. What lies within these walls is a unique, quirky and exciting lodging experience.
There is a large variation in retro-styled accommodation. There’s huts, campers and caravans in a magnitude of styles and sizes, along with standard rooms for those who want to keep it simple. I had the smallest (and absolute coolest) caravan “Puck”. It was small and cosy for a 6 foot man, but an all around pleasant sleep! It is a hostel, therefor you will share common spaces and bathroom facilities which only adds to it’s charm. You can stay up late (respectfully of course) telling tales of your journey and wake up and converse over a tube of toothpaste with fellow guests.
The staff are fantastic and they are there to help you in any way possible. Tonnes of great restaurants and cafés just around the corner and close to the train. The outdoor patio and garden area are top notch, while they weren’t too buzzing during my visit they look like they’d be a great place to hang in the summer months.
The vibes of the entire space is electric and welcoming. It is fun, bizarre and exceptionally different from the majority of places I’ve laid my head to rest. I can absolutely recommend giving this place a whirl if you’re in Berlin.
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