Before moving in our Hüttenpalast Snow White’s big brother enjoyed a performance at the Berlin Festival in 2011. In the Art Village part of the festival this caravan was painted by the famous Berlin based artist called Nomad. Inspired by pictures of his tour in Africa Nomad combined voodoo symbols and pop art elements to create a magical 3D piece of art. Inside the caravan you find a large sized double bed and a nice little suite. We kept the little suite in its original shape which also can be turned into a small additional childrens bed (up to 6 years)
Once you choose your favorite caravan or hut, 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. Outside your caravan lies the living room, a common room with different lounge areas and seating possibilities that will suit a family game as well as a last-minute work project. It also provides a space to get to know your “caravan neighbors” as well as comfy corners to relax after a long day of sightseeing.
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.
Hall 2 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.