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2 bedroom apartments :999
3 bedroom apartments :450
Studio :492

Districts:

Apartments in Kreuzberg: 272
Apartments in Prenzlauer Berg: 484
Apartments in Mitte: 698
Apartments in Friedrichshain: 442
Apartments in Neukölln: 145

Apartments in Berlin

Furnished & Serviced apartments in Berlin

Just 24 hours in this cultural gem and you will turn into a true ‘Berliner’. Long-term travelers and expats alike want to rent an apartment or room in Berlin because its position as a global hub for arts, design and commerce. Nestpick's wide selection of Berlin apartments and rooms for rent long term, can be booked easy and smooth through a couple of clicks. It does not matter whether you are in need of a room for rent or a fully furnished or serviced apartment, you will be able to find your desired Nest on Nestpick.

Apartment Hotels in Berlin

Apartment Hotel & Serviced Apartments for Rent in Berlin

Most of the larger hotels are situated in and around the city centre, on the western side. Close to and around Potzdamer Platz, the boulevards are larger and more luxury hotels will be found in this area. Apartment hotels in Berlin are relatively new, and it is due to the growth in popularity of independent apartments for short term rent in cities, hotels have twigged this and have started to offer a solution, the apartment hotel.

Berlin apartment hotels are more expensive that hotel rooms but are more comfortable for a family with several children, or a couple looking to stay somewhere longer term. Serviced apartment in Berlin are also growing in popularity, both in the west and east of the city. A fully furnished apartment that is modern,will have the amenities of a hotel, like a gym, swimming pool and car park.



Featured Properties

2,150 €
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Apartment in Frankfurter Allee, Berlin

2,600 €
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New renovated Apartment in the trendy district Neuköln 2 minutes from

2,500 €
Wunderflats

Lovely flat in Steglitz (Berlin)

750 €
Homeaway

Stored cozy quiet apartment with balcony centrally

1,200 €
Homelike

furnished living - first use after full refurbishment

1,550 €
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Apartment in Malteserstraße, Berlin

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650 €
Badi

A room in Finnländische Straße, Berlin

650 €
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A room in Wisbyer Straße, Berlin

1,095 €
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A room in Kurfürstendamm, Berlin

1,225 €
Badi

A room in Kufürstendamm 28, 10719, Berlin

1,225 €
Badi

A room in Kufürstendamm 28, 10719, Berlin

900 €
Badi

A room in Winsstraße, Berlin

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Featured Apartments

2,150 €
HousingAnywhere

Apartment in Frankfurter Allee, Berlin

2,600 €
Wunderflats

New renovated Apartment in the trendy district Neuköln 2 minutes from

2,500 €
Wunderflats

Lovely flat in Steglitz (Berlin)

750 €
Homeaway

Stored cozy quiet apartment with balcony centrally

1,200 €
Homelike

furnished living - first use after full refurbishment

1,550 €
HousingAnywhere

Apartment in Malteserstraße, Berlin

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Featured Rooms

880 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Alt-Moabit, Berlin

519 €
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Room in Kiautschoustraße, Berlin

680 €
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Room in Lübener Weg, Berlin

680 €
Uniplaces

Double bedroom in 3-bedroom apartment

700 €
Spotahome

Double bed in Rooms for rent in 4-bedroom apartment in Treptow-Köpenic

519 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in a modern 5-bedroom apartment in Weddin

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Rent a Room in Berlin

Rooms & Flatshares for Rent in Berlin

Berlin has always been a great city for its residents, a strong emphasis on renters rights is written into the Law here. Through rent controls and a distrust of big business, local Berliners have managed to keep the city cheap whilst the rest of Europe (e.g Paris and London) exploded in rental prices. One of the cheapest options is to rent a room in Berlin, this is a very popular move with young professionals who are moving to the city as it allows for a great social life and a new group of contacts.

Flatshares in Berlin are very popular and apartments here are spacious, with large bedrooms and smaller kitchens, Rooms in Berlin for rent can vary in price and popularity. One of the most popular areas of the city is Kreuzburg, to rent a room in Kreuzburg will cost anything between 250 and 600 € a month.

Finding Apartments & Rooms for Rent in Berlin

Nowhere produces a sense of excitement quite like the prospect of nesting in a long term apartment rental in Berlin. Ever since the height of the Weimar Republic, Berlin has always been at the centre of Europe’s intellectual, political and academic cross-currents. From its public architecture to its international cuisine, an influx of global nomads, a booming outcrop of tech industry jobs, a nightlife that services opera-goers and EDM lovers alike, there is no word that encapsulates the city’s contradictions adequately.

The main shopping area in the city is located in Alexanderplatz (U/S-Bahn Alexanderplatz) although there are countless independent, boutique and niche stores in the city. On Sunday, all commercial outlets are closed except for bars, restaurants and clubs, so make sure to stock up on groceries on Saturdays.

Precisely because of its notoriety, apartments and roomsfor rent in Berlin come and go quickly. Whether you need to rent student accommodation, furnished or serviced apartment, and plan on staying for a at least one month, you will find something to suit you on Nestpick. If you are looking for 1 bedroom apartments for rent or studio apartments for rent though, then you're in luck, and will have a wide selection to choose between.

When moving to Berlin for longer than three months, remember that you will have to register at the city: you will need to get a document called an Anmeldung. For many expats this is a tricky process because of the bureaucracy involved, but thankfully we explain everything you need to know about the anmeldung and how to get it in our blog.

Overview of Popular Areas for Apartments & Rooms in Berlin, Germany


Kreuzberg Apartments for Rent

One half of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg duo, Kreuzberg is the West Berlin twin separated when the Wall went up in 1961, and now reunited since 1989. Expats and travellers looking for Berlin apartments for rent long term in this area should be forewarned: make coffee your friend because with all the goings-on about town, you’ll be hard pressed to find a moment of rest. Stocked to the brim with nightclubs, art galleries such as the Berlinische and street food galore, Kreuzberg is the perfect spot to live and play. It all starts with a thick underground punk scene with roots dating back to 1978 and that exists today in SO36, the legendary nightclub with a flair for alternative music and parties. On Tuesdays and Friday’s, Kreuzberg’s Turkish population comes alive as vendors erect the city’s largest Turkish market in the city along the canal. But if that's too energetic then you can always take a calming walk through Viktoriapark, Berlin’s highest point, with a 24 meter (artificial) waterfall and two fragrant vineyards.To check out apartments in Kreuzberg easily use Nestpick and book your next stay!

Kreuzberg in bullet points

  • A village feel with lots of cool shops, bars and restaurants
  • Görlitzer Park, packed during the summer and the venue for the infamous May Day celebration
  • Canal-side apartment blocks and treelined streets
  • Convenient connections: Kottbusser Tor, Görlitzer Bahnhof
  • Close to the River Spree and the East Side Gallery
  • Watch the sun set from Admiralbrücke
  • Eat, drink and be merry on Oranienstraße

1,120 €
HousingAnywhere

Apartment in Blücherstraße, Berlin

2,300 €
Wunderflats

Modern renovated apartment in the famous Oranienstrasse

2,100 €
Spotahome

Modern apartment with 2 bedrooms for rent in Kreuzberg

1,390 €
Homelike

1-room apartment in a quiet location in Kreuzberg

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Neukölln Apartment Rentals

Neukölln is a Berlin favourite and melting pot of expats and immigrants with a distinctly Turkish flavour to it, lending it the fond moniker "Little Istanbul". Neukölln is being transformed from a working class, mainly immigrant area, into a district full of bijou 'living room' bars, clubs and cafes. Renting in this Berlin district means rubbing shoulders with international artists, academics, and progressives who are active globally. Neukölln has plenty of open space and an abundance of charm, with renovated public parks, relaxing open-air bars and graffiti-covered cafes. Its residents are an eclectic mix of global citizens and it’s hard to find a more child and artist friendly neighbourhood in Berlin. Apartments for rent in Neukolln remain fairly reasonably priced and you can still find a bargain, despite the area's continued popularity.

1,800 €
Wunderflats

Quiet apartment in vibrant neighbourhood

1,200 €
Homelike

Spacious Studio Steps from Tempelhoferfeld

560 €
Uniplaces

Beautiful single bedroom with balcony

435 €
Uniplaces

Single bedroom in a shared apartment in Neukölln

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Friedrichshain Apartments to Rent

Formerly a part of East Berlin, this youthful, happening neighbourhood is easily accessible and houses many middle-income residents and expats comfortably. It still retains a faint air of artistic activism and 20th century European intellectualism rife in its eclectic street bars and patios. Whilst Friedrichshain is a popular spot for student accommodation in Berlin, it’s also home to many young families and older residents who are involved within the arts. Irrepressibly expressive, residents of Friedrichshain happily restore and convert old industrial buildings into gallery spaces, loft living quarters and renovated co-working spaces. While there are several informal bars serving up cheap brews, several more well-maintained boutiques and cafes line the street. Friedrichshain is attractive to both tourists for its underground techno parties and residents exploring their own backyards. The area is close to the river Spree and is connected to Kreuzberg by the famous Oberbaumbrücke (Oberbaum Bridge). The East Side Gallery, featuring buildings preserved with intricate graffiti murals, is a particular draw.

Friedrichshain is home to Berlin’s (infamous) nightclub, Berghain, which each week draws thousands of locals and tourists to its techno parties. Flats to rent in Berlin, Friedrichshain are a mixture of Alt- and Neubau and many of the streets are pretty, treelined and graffitied. There's a food market every Saturday and a general market every Sunday on Boxhagener Platz. Although undergoing gentrification and its attractiveness to tourists, the area retains an identifiable character with its numerous independent shops, bars, restaurants and markets.If you’d like to live in this part of Berlin be quick because apartments in Freidrichshain are always in high demand.

1,280 €
HousingAnywhere

Apartment in Thaerstraße, Berlin

1,090 €
Spotahome

Renovated studio apartment for rent in Friedrichshain

1,190 €
Spotahome

Sunny apartment with 1 bedroom for rent in Friedrichshain

1,003 €
Spotahome

Studio apartment with shared terrace for rent in Friedrichshain-Kreuzb

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Prenzlauer Berg Apartments for Rent

Prenzlauer Berg sits between Mitte and Friedrichshain, and after Mitte is one of the more upmarket areas of former East Berlin. Here you can find the remains of the Berlin Wall, Mauer Park with its infamous Sunday karaoke and flea market, as well as the chic boutiques of Kastanienallee and around Kollwitz Platz. Prenzaluer Berg is a popular area for families looking for private accommodation in Berlin given the number of playgrounds and parks found amongst its residential streets.To find cheap apartments for rent in Prenzlauer Berg easily use the search bar and enjoy your stay!

1,690 €
Homelike

Prenzlauer Berg near Volkspark: Studio for 2 - Top floor

2,900 €
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Large - modern - dazzling- apartment in Prenzlauer Berg / Downtown

469 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Greifswalder Straße, Berlin

540 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in apartment with 5 bedrooms in Prenzlaue

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Mitte Apartments for Rent

From the “mitte” of Mitte — that is to say, from the “middle” of Mitte — rises the unmistakeable form of the Reichstag, the German parliament building. Given its central location, Mitte is home to luxury boutiques, galleries, Berlin’s central station (Hauptbahnhof) and the Tiergarten: Berlin’s 520 acre inner-city park that is a true ode to nature. Apartments for rent in Berlin within Mitte are very reasonable in residential areas such as Moabit and Wedding, with furnished apartments for rent closer to the ministry buildings generally more expensive. Because of its central location and Berlin’s healthy startup and tech sector, many of Mitte’s residents are young entrepreneurs, developers, international practicing artists and students. Be ready to rent apartment in Mitte it is a bit tricky as this part of the city is very central and high demand. Berlin is considered the new startup capital of Europe and the majority of firms are located in Mitte, particularly around Rosenthalerstrasse and Schönhauser Allee. The area is known colloquially as 'Silicon Allee'. Humboldt University is in the area with more than 33,000 students. Given this youthful vibe together with the more serious governmental employees, Mitte is a sector whose bars, restaurants and shops can service both the trendy and the elegant.

2,900 €
Spotahome

2-bedroom apartment for rent in Mitte

2,700 €
Wunderflats

Fantastic and gorgeous loft in Berlin Mitte direct nearby Brandenburge

1,884 €
Acomodeo

VISIONAPARTMENTS Berlin Otto-Braun-Strasse - Senior Studio Apartment

1,690 €
Wunderflats

Spacious and lovely apartment (Mitte)

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Furnished apartments for rent in Berlin

Berlin’s rental market is extremely buoyant and it can be notoriously difficult to secure Berlin apartments for rent long term, as many people in the city only rent out their rooms or apartments from a few days to a couple of months. All of our properties are available for rent from the mid- to long-term. That means anywhere from three months to three years. Ask almost any newcomer to Berlin how many apartments they’ve lived in since arriving in the city and you’ll be surprised (possibly even shocked!) at the number. Finding flats to rent in Berlin long term can be a drawn out and stressful process. Competition for long term flats can be fierce. It’s customary for potential tenants to arrive at a viewing with all the required documents and even the full deposit. You’ll often have the pleasure of viewing the flat with countless other hopefuls (who will all probably have the correct documentation and funds as well). With Nestpick you can book Berlin apartments for rent long term up to four months in advance, entirely online from anywhere in the world. There are no viewings, no endless email exchanges. Finding fully furnished flats to rent long term just got a whole lot easier.

As the worlds of work and education become increasingly global, people are coming to expect to move into their new home without the hassle, or the expense, of having to furnish it themselves. We want to make your next move the easiest ever; think of the time and money you’ll save by not spending hour upon hour in IKEA.

What exactly constitutes our furnished apartments to rent in Berlin? The basics that we expect from landlords are a bed, a desk, seating and an adequate amount of storage. However, the majority of our apartments are more comprehensively furnished. For our flats to achieve ‘verified’ status, the flat must include at least the above items.

Berlin flats don’t have an identifiable style but are generally divided between Altbau (old building) and Neubau (new buildings). The former tend to come with high ceilings, wooden floors and original features, the latter are generally post-war blocks of good proportions with a utilitarian style.


Gay-friendly neighborhoods in Berlin

Berlin has always been a very progressive city, and the gay scene has been very active since the beginning of the 20th century. If you are looking for a gay-friendly environment to live in, Berlin is definitely a top pick. Read more about it in our article about the gay scene in Berlin per area: you will see that every Kiez has something for you.



Get ready for Germany

To apply for a visa for a long-term stay in Germany, you need firstly open a blocked account through Deutsche Bank or other German banks . This will prove that you have enough financial resources to live in Germany for at least one year, when you apply to study in university and rent an apartment. After you found your accommodation, don’t forget that the first thing to do is to register your address (read our guide for Anmeldung in Berlin), in order to get the proof that you are living in Berlin and you are already registered. You need the Anmeldung proof for your health insurance and many other things, if you’ll stay in Germany for more than 3 month.


Finding Student Accommodation in Berlin

Berlin has five public universities: Humboldt Universität, Freie Universität, Universität der Künste, Potsdam Universität and the Technische Universität.

Finding a place to live in Berlin as a student can seem overwhelming, with so many factors to bear in mind. You probably want somewhere affordable, close to the university, located in a lively area... the list goes on and on!

Many students in Berlin live in "Studentenwohnheime" (student housing) provided by their university. While these are good short-term options, most students choose to move to a "WG" ( shared flat) at some point, as it opens up more possibilities in terms of space and location. These student apartments are also a perfect way to make friends in a new city and mix with the locals. If you would rather live on your own, another possibility is to find a short term rental in a studio. Either way, short term rents are very easy to find and typically don't require a lot of paperwork.

Whatever you think is best for you, we have all of these options on Nestpick, so that you can pick and choose from the largest possible selection.


Looking for a Studio Apartment as a Student in Berlin: What You Need to Know

Short and medium term rentals will be the easiest to arrange as student arriving fresh in the city. The paperwork and financial requirements will differ depending on the agency you use, but usually a copy of your student ID will be required, as well as a copy of your scholarship certificate if you have one. If you are doing an internship in Berlin, a copy of your contract is commonly needed.


An Easier Option for Students: Shared Student Flats

If you are looking to rent a room in a shared apartment, often it will be the current flatmates who make the decision about whether or not you get the room, rather than the landlord. Make sure to sign a contract (Untermietvertrag), and that it mentions the security deposit, to make your stay official. Although they are a bit far from the city center three districts can be considered for students which are Pankow, Spandau and Tempelhof-Schoneberg as they have fairly cheaper apartments compare to the rest of the city.


Humboldt University

This university has 3 campuses, located in different areas of Berlin.


Free University

This University has several campuses, but as an international student you are likely to end up in Campus Dalhem (Philosophy, Social Sciences, History and Culture). Located outside of the city center, in the South West of Berlin, you can access it with the U3 line. The district of Charlottenburg is the closest option, but if you are looking for a “cooler” neighbourhood, Kreuzberg (around the U1 line) and Neukölln (close to the Ringbahn) are also good options.


Technical University of the Arts (UdK)

These universities have their campuses on the same area in Charlottenburg, in the western part of the city. Both are easily accessible with U-Bahn line U2, but you can also walk from the station Zoologischer garten where the S5, S7 and S75 lines run, as well as the U1 and U9 lines.

Many students choose to live in Moabit, located a bit further north, where rents are on average more affordable than in Charlottenburg. From there, as with many places in Berlin, the best transportation is a bike.


University of Potsdam

Like the name suggests, the university has its campuses in the city of Potsdam, on the outskirts of Berlin. You can choose to live in a student dorm directly around the University, but if you want to experience the Berlin lifestyle, travelling from Berlin to Potsdam takes about 40 minutes with the regional train RB20 or RB21. If you wish to minimise your commuting time, rent a room around one of the stations - the area around Berlin Hauptbahnhof has affordable flats that are ideal.


Check out our guide for living in Berlin as a student.

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