I went there this Friday night. The place is really far from everything as other people had said before. I went there by taxi and it was 20e. Once there, I saw a guy smoking in the entrance and I was on the other side of a fence, I tried to get his attention but it was like he could not hear me (at least it was what I assumed) because the laud music. I found finally the way to go to the other side and now the door was close, I rang the door bell and,,,,,listen,,,, I was totally confused by the guy (the same gay) attitude. TRUST ME, this guy is not human, he is a vey bad person and is going to make you feel bad. He said "we are not allowing more people getting in", the next thing he said, it was something like "go away". I was in shock, even an animal is more human. I dont understand why Staff people working in Gay Bars in Berlin are so rude. I have been in many countries in Europe and this is the first time I experience this. Really, gay community does not need people like this. We have suffered discrimination before and is horrible that among us we do that too.
Gay Berlin travel guide
Berlin is one of the most popular gay destinations in Europe. Many bars, clubs and parties seem to have a darkroom. Opening times are unrestricted and you can party round the clock. The beers are cheap, and the guys hot!berlin gay nightlife guide
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This 4-star design hotel is located in the middle of Berlin's gay area Schöneberg. It offers designer rooms, a rooftop bar with panoramic views, and a modern spa. The rooms and suites of the Axel Hotel Berlin include large beds, flat-screen TVs, and iPod speakers. Wi-Fi is free in the entire hotel.More information and booking
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According to the attendant, it is run by a society for those “who don’t find themselves in other places, either physically, or because of age, or because they are positive. Here we accept everyone”. Accordingly, the population is mainly people who are either older or large (fat) or both (cannot say about positive). Of course there are also others; when I was there after the gay parade it was quite busy. The rooms have much more light than other places, so you can see everything and no privacy, which is a plus for me. Overall it was quite a different experience from the other similar dark room places, more like a friendly orgy.
iPhone stolen. Avoid this place at all costs. Nothing but thieves
Horrible place with unfriendly staff and lousy music
Full of ugly people, smokers, drug users and hustlers
A place for real losers
Hotels in Berlin
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This recently renovated 5 star hotel has often very good weekend deals.
The "straight friendly" Axel Berlin is a very nice design hotel, located in the middle of the gay area. Very popular!
This family-run hotel is located in the Schöneberg district of Berlin, a 10-minute walk from the world-famous KaDeWe Department Store.
This boutique-style hotel in Berlin's Schöneberg district in centrally located, an 8-minute walk from the KaDeWe Department Store and Kurfürstendamm shopping boulevard.
This 4-star-superior hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a stylish lounge-bar and modern rooms with a flat-screen TV. The famous KaDeWe department store is a 5-minute walk away.