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Hotel Zu Hause Berlin

Bed & Breakfast (B&B), Guesthouses & Hostels
Majority of guests: completely mixedTrannies are most welcome
 
Hotel Zu Hause Berlin
 (Branch of business: Bed & Breakfast (B&B), Guesthouses & Hostels)
Address Kleiststraße 35
10787 Berlin, Schöneberg
Berlin, Germany
 
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Hotel Zu Hause Berlin
Gay hotel in Berlin-Schöneberg. Nice and clean rooms in the center of Gay Berlin.

Details about Accommodation
Type of accommodation: Guesthouse
Category: High (e.g. TV, WiFi, seats)
Features: Bath / shower in bedroom
TV in room
Number of rooms: 5 (or more)
Number of beds: 8 (or more)
Size of the room to let: 35 m²
Tenancy ... for all
Type of bed: Single bed(s)
Double bed(s)
Parking facilities: No designated parking space, but parking spaces in front of the house
Amenities: Shared bathroom
Shower
Bath
Living room
Internet access / WLAN
Bath towels
Ironing board
Cable, Sattelite-TV
Central heating

Breakfast
Breakfast: Continental breakfast
Breakfast time: 8 to 11 o'clock

Rates
Single occupancy per night: 39 €
Double occupancy per night: 49 €
Minimum stay: No minimum stay

Rules of the House
May guests receive visitors? Yes
Pet policy: Pets permitted (max. 1)
Further details (e.g. which pets allowed/not allowed): ask first
Smoking policy: Smoking prohibited
Alcohol policy: Alcohol permitted but not sold
Childcare: Not offered

Travel Connections
  Underground station
Bus station
Railway station
 

Clientele
Majority of guests: completely mixed
 Trannies are most welcome
Access:for women and men

Further details
Check-in time: 12 o'clock
Check-out time: 12 o'clock
We speak: German
English
Spanish/Catalan
French
Italian
Danish
Norwegian
Swedish
Nearby attractions: KaDeWe
Cancellation policy: 48 ouers before
Nearest major airport: Tegel & Schönefeld

Contact Details
  Hotel Zu Hause Berlin
Address Kleiststraße 35
10787 Berlin, Schöneberg
Berlin, Germany
Website: http://www.hotelzuhauseberlin.de
Languages of the website: German
English
French
Danish

Contact Person
Name: Mr. Jens Nohns-Bay
E-Mail: mail@hotelzuhauseberlin.de
Phone: +49 30 23625222



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