Comfort Hotel Auberge
Bayreuther Strasse 10
Phone: (49) 30 2350020
Fax: (49) 30 23500299
Bayreuther Strasse 10, Berlin, DE, 10789
- Phone: (49) 30 2350020
- Fax: (49) 30 23500299
Prinzknecht, is an establishment which mainly caters primarily to gay clientèle. Famous for its long-stretched bar, it can accommodate a decent amount of crowd. Besides the usual alcohol, they do have a beer garden as well. Theme parties like Greek party, Halloween, Abba night, etc. are some of the days, clientèle look forward to. A fun place to be if you are happy and gay.
Widely regarded as the gay club in Berlin, this all-inclusive club features an expansive bar, multiple dance floors, and never-ending techno music. There are plenty of drink specials during the week, as well as a range of live performances by local DJs and artists. In addition to all this, the club has its own shop with a range of videos, toys, and magazines for party-goers. The venue is open daily from 10 p.m.
A place to take it easy, the modern design, good cocktail list and friendly service have made Lenz a favourite place to 'warm up' for the evening, and it is especially popular with gays. An enormous selection of cocktails-from New Yorker Brokers to Mai Tais-are offered to the accompaniment of soul and jazz. The place can get packed at weekends.
This place is a feast for the eye as well as the tastebuds. But it's not necessarily the food that catches your eye! Glamorous drag queens and body builders clad in no more than a G-string serve up the food and drinks, meaning that the majority of the clientele (gay men interspersed with the occasional group of excited housewives) go home happy, no matter what the meal was like! But the food is excellent as well, so go along and have a fun night out!
In this gay-friendly neighborhood, Tom's Bar has stood the test of time while other clubs have come and gone. Once known as the leather bar in Berlin, it now caters to a more diverse crowd of young gay men. For techno parties and hot DJ sets, Tom's Bar offers party-goers a memorable night out on the town.
A well-established bar in Schöneberg, the Hafen is hugely popular with the gays and lesbians due to its cozy atmosphere. For many revelers, the evening begins in Hafen with their drinks, music and the great company offered by the fellow guests. A friendly bar during the week, the place mutates into a soul, disco, funk, pop and techno frenzy on weekends with different theme parties thrown in by them. The crowd is well-dressed and fashion conscious. What's more, you will never end up missing Hafen as it is open all 365 days of the year!
Kleist 1 is the name of this temporary art space in Kleiststraße 1, Schöneberg. Besides art exhibitions, you can also enjoy a fantastic night out with your friends, fantastic drinks, and good music. Kleist 1 wants to make art something that can be dealt with in an everyday context. They don't want to ban it to a bleak wall of a museum. Come to Kleist 1 to combine the educative with entertainment.
Die Stachelschweine Theater is home to the bitingly satirical group of the same name. What began in 1949 as political street performance quickly became a popular movement in those troubled times, and the wit and power of the original performances still hold strong today. At this intimate theater, located within the Europa Center, you can find a range of performances by the artists on a nightly basis, as well as several guest performances throughout the season. There is also a full bar that you can enjoy before or after the show. Stop by if you are in the mood for rebellious banter or the delightfully politically incorrect, and be sure to visit the website for a complete schedule of events.
Goya is one of the most famed nightclubs in Berlin, known for it's chic yet extremely cosmopolitan clientele. The DJ plays some groovy electronica and mainstream pop music which caters to the taste of the majority. It is of particular interest to note that the Obama Inauguration viewing was held in Goya. This is truly a funky club to be seen at! It would not be wrong to say that Goya has made it's mark on the European nightlife scene.
This nightclub has a feel of timelessness to it. This lounge is a curious mixt of living room, hotel lounge and traditional bar, similar to others springing up all over the city. This particular joint is furnished with square leather sofas and square black armchairs with logs serving as coffee tables. Black and white photos adorn the walls, some of which feature the bar's owner, actor Ben Becker. The only problem is the lounge-bar's location in the business district near Lützowplatz, but maybe Die Trompete can finally bring some life to the area!
First Club is a popular name in the field of music since 1984. Dark interiors, a huge bar area and VIP lounge ensure that you have the time of your life! The centerpiece: the massive black piano placed under the sparkling chandelier takes the cake and sets the scene for the night. Sip on a drink as you sway to the beats of the night and dance the night away! DJ nights, special events and music concerts keep the party going. Keep an eye out for famous celebrities and artistes as well as the impressive line up of artists and live bands. You can also host corporate dos and private events and parties at this venue. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
This club hosts many top international artists from R&B and rap. In addition to the live concerts, there are a range of parties and record releases that draw huge crowds into the club. Some nights can get pretty rowdy, so be sure to check the website for information on upcoming events.