The factory which is now housing our Hüttenpalast used to have a wooden paneled front room. Luckily we were able to save those almost a hundred years old panels to use them for the Alter Palast. Through a sliding door which used to lead to the production rooms you now get into the cabin. The interior design was done by Marion Andrieu, a young French artist, who created an exciting contrast to the historical front by using graphic patterns and bright colors. The Alter Palast accommodates up to four persons in two single beds inside and two more extra beds on the roof top.
Once you choose your favorite caravan or cabin, this will be your private –and lockable–space during your stay. A small terrace and seating area, located in front of your caravan or cabin, complement the interior space. These areas blend into the 200-sq. meter hall, which serves as a communal living room where you can meet your “caravan neighbors”.
Early in the morning, tea and coffee are available for self-service at the small bar in the hall. There is also a small freshly-baked croissant and an apple for each guest, to appease the first hunger. If the weather is good, you are welcome to enjoy your refreshments in our beautiful courtyard garden, which is also perfect for a picnic or an evening drink.
The indoor camping hall is also equipped with modern shared bathrooms (gender-separated). Basic amenities such as shower gel, shampoo, towels and a hair dryer are provided. The free WLAN will allow you to communicate with your loved ones at home or find the best tips in Berlin online.