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Berlin | Where to Stay | EASY Lodges (Scube Park)




This post has been in my drafts for quite sometime now as we actually got back from Berlin at the end of July last year and now that I'm writing this I can't believe it's almost a year ago! Anyways, I thoroughly enjoyed our trip and where we stayed so figured I would still go ahead and publish it.

When we go away we usually try to find somewhere a little different to a standard hotel and we stumbled upon Scube Park on Booking.com. It sounded perfect as we're both huge fans of camping and this place looked lovely and chilled, yet still close to the city. It was exactly all of that.

It has now also came to my attention that they seem to have renamed and now go by EASY Lodges Berlin, yet it seems like the exact same place just with a name change.

Scube Park/EASY Lodges is set up quite like a campsite as you get your own little cabin, yet there are main buildings for the showers and toilets etc. There's also a great social area set up with a bar next to the main cabin where you check in and if my memory serves me well there was even a fire pit there as well which would be great to take advantage of on a cosy evening. Each cabin has a simple set up yet it has everything you need in terms of electricity, heating, bedding and wi-fi. You also have plenty of options when it comes to the cabins depending on how many people are staying and how much space you need.

The location was perfect, we had a lovely wander around one of the local parks and it seemed like a great place to cycle from yet as the Underground was so close by we tended to use that most of the time. There was even an amazing falafel place just up the road that we'd pop to if we fancied a late night treat.

Even thought there is quite a delay in this publishing this blog post, it is still definitely somewhere I would recommend to stay if you're visiting Berlin and fancy something a little different but still very comfortable.
                                                                                                                           


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