Intimate with Balcony or Terrace at Drift

Nollendorfplatz 2, 10777, Berlin
2 adults
21 sq/m
1 Bedroom
1 King Bed

The newly renovated, air-conditioned intimate rooms extend over 21 square metres and consist of a bedroom with a king-size bed, an ensuite bathroom with a rain shower and a relaxing balcony. The rooms can accommodate up to 2 people.

Room Amenities
  • Central Location

    Central Location

  • Balcony


  • Terrace


  • TV


  • Air Conditioning

    Air Conditioning

  • Coffee Machine

    Coffee Machine

Further info

Check-In Time:15:00

Early Check-In Upon Request

Check-Out Time:11:00

Late Check-Out Upon Request

Please note:

The charm and character of our European buildings make variations within each category inevitable. Although all apartments in this category are similar in size and amenities, they may differ slightly in layout. Therefore, the room or apartment you see in the pictures might be slightly different from the one you get allocated.


Will H.

about 9 days ago

Easy and convenient! Very nice room with all the amenities. Would definitely book this place again.

Luke H.

about 9 days ago

Great accommodation, clean, modern and with air conditioning system

Kiyan A.

about 9 days ago

Excellent value, clean room, great shower, extremely close to Nollendorfplatz U-Bhn station.

Discover Schöneberg With Us

Located near Kurfürstendamm, one of Berlin’s most beloved boulevards, Drift is your gateway to the diverse and storied Schöneberg district. A perfect cross-section of Berlin, the neighborhood effortlessly blends the colorful and rich LGBTQ+ history of the area with the shopping, dining, and leisure opportunities that make Berlin an international destination. In the warmer months, the many green spaces and parks of this picturesque district are perfect for sports and soaking up the sun, while the countless cafés and pubs offer opportunities to kick back and relax.

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