What to expect:
For the industrialist, this room is a haven of collectables. From metal box side tables to a wooden trolley turned into a sofa, this space offers plenty of fun and coolness.
The bay window supplies the guests with a typical east German street view to one side and the former no-man’s-land of the wall on the other. The ceiling was artistically crafted, providing a contrast to the other rooms original stucco.
The bathroom, lined with Turkish travertine tiles, consists of a full sized soaker bathtub with hand-held shower attachment. Natural light is brought over through a high window from the adjacent room that also frames the decorative stucco ceiling.
Vintage wood planes and ladder act as coat and towel racks adding to this rooms industrial charm and warmth.
Located towards the front of the building.
Built in the "Gründerzeit" era, this typical Berlin apartment building also houses rental tenants above our rooms.
The inn has an on-site café which is open to the general public as well. During off hours, overnight guests are able to use the downstairs café seating area for themselves.
Please note that we do not clean or organise the rooms on a daily basis. If guests require something, simply inform one of the staff members ahead of time.
CHECKING IN & OUT
There is no 24 hour reception at Linnen, so guests need to provide us with their travel itinerary if you arrive outside of our opening hours (9am to 6pm).
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