The Hotel Jurine lies on the border between Berlin city centre and the district of Prenzlauer Berg, making it an ideal base, both for lovers of the fine arts, and for guests seeking modern night life. There are a whole host of art galleries and antique shops right on the spot, inviting you to stay a while and find what they have to offer.

Around the nearby Kollwitzplatz are many restaurants, as well as charming shops, all of which lend this district is special charm.

In the attractive courtyards of the KulturBrauerei, a unique group of buildings, you will find an atmosphere quite unlike any other. Today this rambling former industrial complex combines a rewarding venue for the arts with a number of commercial outlets.

In just a few minutes by public transport you can reach the historical centre of Berlin, with the Gendarmenmarkt, the Museumsinsel, Berlin Cathedral, the Government District and the newly redesigned Friedrichstrasse. Now the Hackesche Höfe, are one of Berlin’s most lively venues - by day or night.