Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Berlin

Ehrenburg
The cheerily lit Ehrenburg is the perfect spot for a mid-morning espresso.
Hamam in der Schokoladenfabrik
Only women are allowed at this spa, and they can take advantage of the tearoom and gardens or enjoy a extended massage.
Flea Markets
Berlin is famous for its well-stocked flea markets which sell anything from vintage clothing and retro furnishings to old audio equipment and antique jewellery. Snap up a bargain!
Pension Rotdorn
Charming tranquil family run hotel with a slice of rural charm.
St Oberholz
Charming café with free wireless access and an abundance of cosy corners.
Yaam @ Hoppetosse
Berlin's premier reggae party is always upbeat and full of interesting characters.
Hotel Pension Funk
Small charming reasonably priced pension with 1920s/30s touches.
Bauhaus Archiv
A detailed history of the movement that shaped Berlin from 1919 to 1933.
Radio Art
Retro, old fashioned radios brought back to life as collector's items. Radio Art brings a timeless glamour to your stereo system. 
Pergamonmuseum
The jewel in crowd of the Museuminsel one of the world's finest archaelogical museums.
B Flat
Live jazz and acoustic music in a funky setting.
Kaffee Burger
Kaffee Burger eschews the rather too-cool-for-school vibe that pervades other Mitte venues.
Stadtbad Charlottenburg
With two halls to choose from this swimming centre can either be a sedate paddle through history or a more serious thrash to good health.
Nola’s am Weinberg
This former park pavilion offers Swiss classics and a great view.
Hotel Pension Dittberner
Intimate and charming this is one of the best pensions in the city.
Stadtbad Mitte
The architecture of this unusual building alone is enough to draw the crowds. A renovated 1928 Bauhaus structure, the 50-metre pool can be found within a glass cube.
Schloß Charlottenburg
A trip to the Schloß Charlottenburg is to take a stroll through Germany's history.
Marga Schoeller Bücherstube
Bookworms rejoice! Berlin is home to some wonderful bookstores, and we can't wait to bury our head between some musty-smelling pages in the city that loves to read between the lines.
Berliner Teesalon
If there is one thing the British thought they could do better than the Germans, it was tea, but this little shop doesn't care for that, offering a fantastic selection of teas.

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