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easyHotel Berlin Hackescher Markt on sale from just €10 euros

easyHotel Berlin Hackescher Markt on sale from just €10 euros

Serial entrepreneur Stelios Haji-Ioannou is expanding his super budget brand easyHotel into Berlin, Germany as he announced today that the hotel is taking reservations from the 11th January through their website . Located in Hackescher Markt in the centre of Berlin, the value for money hotel will open its doors on 8th March 2010 with an opening offer starting from just €10 (euros) per night for a double room.

This latest addition to the easyHotel portfolio is a new build budget hotel and the 12th property to be opened by the brand. Located on Rosenthaler Strasse it offers 125 air conditioned bedrooms which are priced on the basis of the earlier you book, the less you pay and periods of high demand cost more than less popular periods.

Within walking distance of all the tourist attractions including: Hackescher Markt, Alexanderplatz and the Museums Island, visitors will be spoilt for activities during their stay. Transport is no problem with a tram stop and the Rosenthaler Platz subway station located right in front of the hotel allowing easy access to a host of exciting attractions around the city.

Renowned for its great value ‘no frills’ approach easyHotel Berlin Hackescher Markt is completely transparent on its services and pricing structure and in keeping with the easyHotel concept of value for money, services such as Television, internet access, luggage storage and extra towels are available for a small extra charge to guests who require them.

Calum Russell, Commercial Director: “Coming just a day after we open the doors on easyHotel Sofia, the announcement on easyHotel Berlin marks a significant step in our expansion into Europe. Berlin is a vibrant and beautiful city with a wealth of attractions and is of course one of the must visit city destinations in the world. 


“The development of the city including the new airport will provide us with an opportunity allows us to take advantage of the increasing number of travelers wanting to benefit from our great value for money approach to hotel accommodation.”