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If you, like me, have a fondness for remote working (specifically from hotels), then this post is for you! Below, I’ve gathered 6 properties in Berlin that are perfect for remote working! They all have a few things in common; cosy surroundings, great coffee, and a central location. Bookmark this post for next time you’re looking to get some work done in Berlin.


A cosy and elegant boutique hotel located in Berlin’s edgy Kreuzberg neighbourhood; Orania.Berlin is a place full of contrast and that’s what makes it wonderful.
It’s also a place steeped in history. From 1913 to 1924, the impressive building now housing the hotel, was called Oranienpalast; a café, concert and cabaret venue, which in many ways represented Berlin’s hedonistic party era. A cornerstone of the roaring 20s. In 1924, the venue closes its doors and the first floor of the building is turned into a hotel. 93 years later, in 2017, Orania.Berlin opens its doors.
The hotel includes 41 rooms, a small restaurant and a cosy lobby and bar area with a concert stage – a lovely reference to the past.
It’s easy to find a comfortable spot here and there’s a wide selection of drinks and snacks. The perfect hideaway if you need a few hours away from buzzing Berlin city life.

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Orania.Berlin, Oranienstrasse 40, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg.

Hotel Oderberger

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In 2016, the former public bath of Berlin’s Prenzlauer-Berg neighbourhood was transformed into a hotel. The picturesque building from 1898 now houses 70 rooms and an impressive swimming hall in neo-Rennaisance style. Hotel Oderberger is centrally located and easy to reach from all parts of Berlin. The cosy Fireplace Bar on the ground floor is suitable for late work, as they open at 5PM everyday (except for Monday). Sit back, relax and make your remote work a tad bit more fun with a delicacy from the extensive drinks menu.

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Hotel Oderberger, Oderberger Strasse 57, 10435 Berlin

Circus Hotel

A design-oriented boutique hotel run by a group of friends for more than 20 years. Circus Hotel is a great place to stay – and work – if you’re looking for a central location, comfy surroundings, and excellent coffee and lunch! The spacious lobby is filled to the brim with quirky design and cosy lounge chairs, and there’s even a small, green courtyard in case you need some fresh air. Coffee lovers will undoubtedly savour Codos – a hip urban coffee shop located next door.

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The Circus Hotel, Rosenthaler Strasse 1, 10119 Berlin.

Chateau Royal

A stone’s throw from Unter den Linden in the heart of Berlin, you’ll find the newly opened Chateau Royal. Owned by the same people managing the famous Grill Royal (hip steak restaurant in the city), the “chateau” is a hotel combining the feel of a classic grand hotel with a contemporary touch.
93 rooms span over 5 floors, but you’ll want to work in the spacious lobby or winter garden. The touch might be contemporary but there are clear references to Berlin’s heydays everywhere you look (think colourful marble, herringbone parquet and handmade tiles within two listed buildings from 1850 and 1910).

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Chateau Royal Berlin, Neustädtische Kirchstrasse 3, 10117 Berlin.


If you like the area around Berlin’s Museumsinsel (Museum Island) as much as I do, you’ll be pleased to find a new, impressive hotel here. Telegraphenamt is an alluring mix of art deco and Babylon Berlin vibes; a loving reference to the city’s roaring 20s where anything seemed possible.
Built between 1910 and 1916, the old Telegraphenamt was the most elaborate postal building in all of Germany. New life has been induced into the neo-baroque premises, and both locals and tourists alike will find comfort within these walls. If you’re not planning to stay here, spend a good handful of hours getting some work done – it’ll surely serve as an inspiration.

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Telegraphenamt, Monbijoustrasse 11, 10117 Berlin.

25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin

The unmistakable design of 25hours has graced the western part of Berlin for nearly a decade. It’s still as popular as ever, and once you step foot inside this urban jungle, you may understand why.
Located inside the so-called Bikini House, which was built in the 1950s, 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin pays homage to the values of its architectural expression. It’s dynamic, optimistic, and consumer-oriented.
There’s a direct view towards the famous Berlin Zoo from many of the 149 rooms, however, you don’t have to stay here to experience the fun. The spacious lobby with its hammock lounge, kiosk, bakery and city views does the trick as well. Especially if you’re planning on spending the majority of a work day here. If you feel hungry, NENI will satisfy you. If after-work drinks and groovy tunes is what you’re after, look no further than the notorious Monkey Bar.

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25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin, Budapester Strasse 40, 1

Other hotels in Berlin suitable for remote working:

  • Michelberger Hotel
  • Wilmina Hotel
  • The DUDE by Charly
  • Sir Savigny Hotel

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