Hotel Augustinenhof - barrier-free vacation in Berlin-Mitte
with quiet wheelchair-accessible rooms
In the very centre of Berlin and in close vicinity to the popular boulevard 'Oranienburger Straße', you will find Hotel Augustinenhof in Berlin's Mitte district. The Auguststraße is characterized by restored historic buildings, numerous galleries and the 'Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art' which becomes the center of the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art every two years.
The hotel welcomes you with an elegant atmosphere and an attentive staff. So you can feel at home in one of our 63 comfortably arranged rooms exuding a mediterranean atmosphere, eight of which are wheelchair-accessible und thus barrier-free.
All our rooms are equipped with a minibar, satellite television and radio, as well as telephone. Furthermore, there is a "Room of Silence" and a Finnish Sauna at Hotel Augustinenhof not solely available for our guests.
In the morning, you can enjoy a rich breakfast buffet in a cozy lounge with living room atmosphere which turns into our hotel bar BARt at night where you can listen to live music and try some of our delicious and creative new drinks. It is also possible to watch the German cult series 'Tatort' on Sundays or when the time has come you can watch a World or UEFA Cup game.
View into Hotel Augustinenhof
Our delicious and rich breakfast buffet
In the Hotel Augustinenhof our varied, rich and delicious breakfast buffet awaits you every morning at the following times:
Mo-Fr.: 06:30 - 10:00 am
Sa.+ Sun: 6:30 - 10:30 am
New year: 08:00-1:00 pm
A view of our breakfast buffet
Today's Hotel Augustinenhof is looking back on more than 100 years of history as a shelter. Acquired by the Protestant association for social matters, as long ago as during the 70's and the 80's of the 19th century, it gave shelter to many immigrants who came in droves to Berlin. The association ran its social and charitable work in the form of counseling, education-offers and support for those uncountable journeymen and industrial workers rushing into Berlin. In October 1898, the building got turned into a regular hotel for tourists.
After Worl War II, it became a student hostel as well as a boarding house for women and men. Even though, some parts of the building were still used as a hotel. In 1979, the property was taken on by the association of the Protestant church of the former GDR. It continued as a Christian hospice until 1994 when it was transferred to the Berlin City Mission. Since it is listed under monumental protection, reconstruction works on the building took eight years. Owned by the Berlin City Mission, the Hotel Augustinenhof re-opened its doors for visitors of the German capital on September 17th in 2001.