Axel Hotel Berlin is only a few steps away from the legendary KaDeWe department store as well as the main commercial street, Ku’Damm, where the top, international fashion stores are to be found. Gay accommodation next to a lot of bars, restaurants, bookshops, discos, cinemas and fashion boutiques with style and glamour form part of an extensive hedonistic universe loaded with history. Madloba Restaurant, a fun and unique dining and drinking experience in the heart of Berlin with its spectacular stained glass windows in Lietzenburger Strasse, stands as the meeting point of Berlin's trendy atmosphere. Warmth, design, music, trends, see and be seen both day and night, offering a delicious selection of international cuisine to accompany a glass of wine or a cocktail. Axel Hotel Berlin, by his strategic location in the city, cosmopolitan atmosphere with stunning guests and visitors all year around, will present you an unforgettable stay.

open: All year; rooms from EUR 59; breakfast from 6.30-11, WE from 7.30-14h; number of rooms: 86

  • Gay and lesbian mixed crowd
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Internet access
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Dry sauna
  • Whirlpool / Jacuzzi / Hot tub
  • Work-out equipment available
  • Overnight guests allowed

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Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin
Axel Hotel Berlin

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