Prior to World War II, Wedding was a working-class neighborhood very similar to Prenzlauer Berg. After the city was divided, West Berlin ran short on space because of the territory occupied by the Wall. Many residential homes were torn down and replaced by cheap high-rise buildings, to make up for the housing shortage.
Ever since, Wedding has been a somewhat undesirable area, but recently this has started to change, and now it is an up-and-coming neighborhood. Students and artists are drawn by the affordable rents, and in turn they are attracting local businesses, including pop-up restaurants, coffee bars, and experimental art projects.
Our favourite hotels in Wedding
These are the best hotels, specially selected for you by Lars Smits, time to momo Berlin local.
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Titanic Chaussee Berlin
Hotel AMANO Grand Central
Wallyard Concept Hostel Berlin
Hotel Graf Pückler