Berlin is where culture and nightlife meet in a whirlwind of feasts, temptations, and individuality. There are plenty of accommodation options across the city, from low-key hostels to central boutique hotels. But where do you start if you want breakfast included? Here are the best hotels, pensions and boutique spots with breakfast included in Berlin.
Myer's Hotel Berlin
Charming Myer's Hotel blends old and new in its architecture and decor | Courtesy of Myer's Hotel Berlin / Hotels.com
Myer’s Hotel Berlin is located on a tree-lined street in Prenzlauer Berg, and offers an old townhouse charm in central Berlin. Housed in a lovingly restored neoclassical building from 1877, the hotel is a rich blend of old and new, boasting a hotel spa, comfortable, plush rooms and a charming courtyard. The hotel’s unique interior means that no room is the same, however, the overall effect is tied together with a regal, 19th-century aesthetic. Each morning guests are invited into the dining area to enjoy a plentiful breakfast buffet, including a traditional spread of German sausages and bread.
Housed in a former apartment building in Schöneberg, Berliner Bed And Breakfast offers relaxed, well-priced accommodation in Berlin. Located in the city’s historically welcoming gay neighbourhood, this B&B is particularly welcoming to the LGBTQ community and is a great spot to stay during Pride season. The rooms and amenities are basic, yet comfortable and guests are offered a sweet breakfast each morning. Affordable, welcoming and quirky, this B&B is a great spot to stay for visitors who want to uncover Berlin’s original cool neighbourhood.
H+ Hotel Berlin Mitte is a short walk from the Reichstag and Museum Island | Courtesy of H+ Hotel Berlin Mitte / Expedia.com
Located in the heart of Berlin, H+ Hotel Berlin Mitte is the perfect spot for travellers who want to be close to the city’s top sights. Within walking distance of the Reichstag, Museum Island and Brandenburg Gate, the stylish hotel has 145 four-star rooms and suites, free WiFi and in-house restaurants, offering all the comforts of home in a modern surrounding. Guests are also invited to start the morning right at the hotel’s breakfast buffet, promising perfectly brewed coffee and generous servings of sweet, warm, and healthy breakfast options.
With just 14 rooms, Hotel Pension Funk has a boutique feel | Courtesy of Hotel Pension Funk / Expedia.com
Pension Funk is bringing the roaring 20s back to Berlin. The stylish pension was once the home of silent movie star Asta Nielsen, and many of its original features can still be seen in the decorative interior today. Boasting a cosy 14 rooms, which all include a free morning breakfast buffet in the varying prices, this spot promises an intimate, local atmosphere. Located in upscale Charlottenburg, near Kurfürstendamm, this quirky hotel embodies Art Nouveau and is an affordable, homely option in West Berlin.
Hotel Oderberger is a historic, boutique hotel located in the sleek neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg. The hotel is housed in 1898 former Stadtbad (swimming pool) that was originally designed by architect Ludwig Hoffmann. After the pool was forced to close in 1989, it remained so until 2012 when extensive renovation began, and in 2016, the space found new life with the boutique hotel. The recently refurbished hotel boasts a range of lovingly decorated rooms, which lend all the comforts of home, with a luxury edge. The hotel also has an extravagant in-house restaurant and bar to appease the culinary-critique in us all, as well as a daily buffet breakfast.
NU Hotel Berlin is known for its excellent breakfast spread | Courtesy of NU Hotel Berlin / Expedia.com
Modern, light and central, NU Hotel Berlin is located in one of Berlin’s most vibrant and artistic neighborhoods in Friedrichshain. Close to East Side Gallery, much of Berlin’s nightlife and GDR historic sight, Frankfurter Tor, this well-placed spot puts its guests in the heart of the city’s edgy, yet historically-rich atmosphere. The rooms are basic, yet comfortable, offering plenty of natural light and plush beds. Every morning a wonderful breakfast spread is served between 6.30am and 10.30am to help guest start their day of sightseeing off right.
The Hollywood Media Hotel's decor features vibrant pops of colour | Courtesy of Hollywood Media Hotel Berlin / Expedia.com
Movie-buffs will rejoice at Berlin’s Film-centric, West Berlin located Hollywood Media Hotel. The owner and film producer Artur Brauner created the 217-room hotels as a quirky, colourful tribute to films stars from the past century. This accolade is best seen through the hotel’s decor, which boasts film props and original set photos collected by Brauner, as well as the kitschy red carpet and bright neon lights that welcome guests outside. Beyond a place to rest your head, this hotel is an experience and offers a four-day all inclusive stay in a standard room, plus gives guests access the fitness area, free WiFi, and champagne breakfast at the in-house restaurant, Bel Air.