Best Party Hostels in Berlin

If you are looking for the best hostels to party in Berlin, meet other fellow travellers, with sociable staff and organised events, these are the Party Hostels for you

Berlin is a city famous for amazing architecture and historical heritage, but the city also offers a tremendous party scene for those looking to have a good time between sight-seeing sessions. The city has plenty of great clubs and bars, where you can enjoy live DJ performances and dance the night out. Warschauer Strasse is the most popular party zone, especially among the fans of techno music. Music festivals are happening during the whole year, which makes this city a great destination for concert goers. Travelling solo or in group, the hostels we recommend here are the perfect place for those looking to meet like-minded people, with a fun atmosphere and plenty of organised activities to encourage guest socialising. Book now and prepare to unleash the fun in vibrant Berlin.

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Wombats City Hostel Berlin

Friendly social hostel featuring a bar on a seventh floor, with daily happy hour specials, cheap drinks and food and a large rooftop terrace with great views of Berlin's skyline where you can relax and meet other travellers. Daily beer pong games and activities are organised to encourage a fun vibe.

Average dorm price: 20.3 €

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The Circus Hostel Berlin

Social hostel with great atmosphere. Great on-site Café & Microbrewery offering sandwiches, special offers in selected drinks and delicious home-brewed craft beer. Regular events like karaoke, live music and trivia nights to encourage socialising; and unique tours of Berlin like museum tours by night, art tours or personalised tours lead by the staff to visit their favourite parts of Berlin. And for those waking up late and hangover, their all-you-can-eat breakfast for 5€ is served until 13:00.

Average dorm price: 19.95 €

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Grand Hostel Berlin Classic

Great party hostel with friendly staff and nice vibes. A colorful and cosy terrace with BBQ facilities is a great social spot where guests like to chill. The hostel features a cool Library Bar where you can enjoy your favourite drink and meet other backpackers. They organize fun group activities like games nights, pub crawls, movie marathons, group dinners, etc.

Average dorm price: 16.73 €

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PLUS Berlin Hostel

PLUS Berlin is an extraordinary hostel with luxury facilities and a vibrant atmosphere. Highly recommended for groups of friends and sports teams. There are several common areas, designed to encourage guests socializing. The hostel features a pool, spa, restaurant/bar, and games room. Well-located, right next to the local bars and restaurants.

Average dorm price: 11.0 €

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St Christopher’s Berlin Alexanderplatz

Fun party hostel with vibrant on-site bar always crowded with people. The Mojito Mondays are the most popular event where you can enjoy drinking games, happy hours, and bond with other travellers. The hostel also offers walking tours, bike rental service, pub crawls, etc.

Average dorm price: 15.9 €


What are the Party Hostels in Berlin like?

Berlin nightlife is vibrant, unique and crazy, and for many travellers is one of the main reasons to visit the city. That’s why the party hostels in Berlin are more a place to socialise and meet other travellers than to go crazy. To facilitate that, they have great common areas and on-site bars for guests to hang-out and socialise before hitting the famous nightclubs. Of course, their pub crawls are also great ways to meet other party people.

Nightlife in Berlin

Techno music was invented in Berlin, and some of the best techno clubs of the world, like Berghain and Watergate, are in Berlin. There is no specific party area in Berlin, and all kind of electronica clubs are scattered around de city, but public transport works quite good and work 24 hours during the weekend. During the week, there is special night services by bus covering all mayor routes. Another curious thing about clubs in Berlin is that some of them stay open through the weekend, offering non-stop parties from Friday night until early hours of Monday morning.

Basic information about nightlife in Berlin:

Best Party Areas in Berlin

As we already mentioned, there is no clear party area or neighbourhood in Berlin, especially if you are looking for clubs. However, areas like Simon-Dach-Strasse, Kastanienallee or Kottbusser Tor offer a good selection of bars with unique designs and a really cool vibe.

Simon-Dach-Strasse

All the area around Simon-Dach-Strasse, Boxhagener platz and Warschahuer Strasse is very lively and vibrant. Very close to the East Side Gallery and part of East Germany, it’s a very multicultural area, with a wide culinary offer and different pubs and clubs with different music styles. The area can give the impression of being very trash or even dangerous, but don’t worry, it’s just part of its charm. Clubs like Matrixx and Watergate are fairly close, and the area at the other side of the river is also a good place to explore.

Kastanienallee

The street of Kasteanienalle, in the neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg, is a little bit less trashy. The avenue, as well as neighbouring streets, is full of restaurants, cafes and bars. As in the rest of Berlin, their decoration is quite unique, and even though they tend to be a bit quieter than in Kreuzberg, some of them can get wild. We recommend have a look at Prater Garten in summer and Dr. Pong. Here you can find clubs offering top-chart music or at least a bit more commercial than electronica.

Kottbusser Tor

Considered the heart of Kreuzberg, Kottbusser Tor and its surroundings is a vibrant are full of bars and pubs. Oranienstrasse is constantly packed with people bar hopping or eating some delicious street food. Former anarchist centre of West Berlin, this area is where David Bowie spent most of his time during his time living in Berlin. Places like SO 36 are an institution and have seen some very big names performing in their stage.

Most Famous Clubs in Berlin

We already mentioned that some of the most famous nightclubs of the world are in Berlin, but there are quite a few other clubs worth visiting. Actually, Berghain and Watergate might be overcrowded and difficult to get into. So, in case you want to check out other cool clubs, here is a list of the most famous clubs among Berliners:

Dress codes & age restrictions

While bars and pubs don’t have any dress code and are extremely tolerant in regards of appearances, clubs in Berlin are famous for having huge queues and doormen refusing entry to without any obvious reasons. Said so, there are some rules of thumb you can follow in order to maximise your chances of getting in:

As always, asking the staff at the hostel about the specific club you want to go is the best way of maximising your chances of getting in. They will probably know the best way to dress, what time to go and what gigs are happening that night.