Rather have sweet dreams in one of our partner hotels

With more than 8,000 participants at #rpTEN, there was so much going on! After an enriching conference day you might need some rest to take it all in. The next event day you will arrive energetic and fresh. Get a good night's sleep in one of the cosy beds of our partner hotels – and enjoy their special rates for all #rp17 attendees. In the next weeks we will be expanding our hotel selection. There is something for every choice.

Mid-Range Comfort


Centrally located in Berlin-Mitte the ARCOTEL John F (near Gendarmenmarkt and Museum Island) and the ARCOTEL Velvet (near Hackesche Höfe and Friedrichstraße) would like to welcome you. The STATION-Berlin is from both hotels only a few stops away by underground. Using the keyword "REPUBLICA2017", you will get a discount of 10 percent on their daily rate (on request and by availability). Just call the reservation department +49 30 4050461982 or send an email to reservation.johnf at

Cheap & Cheerful

Grand Hostel Berlin

Located no more than a short stroll away from the STATION-Berlin, the Grand Hostel Berlin is the ideal spot for weary #rp17 attendees. Use the keyword “Republica” to get 10 percent off on room rates. If you book online and want to take advantage of this offer, please send a follow-up email to info at, or contact them on the phone (+49-30-200-95-450), and add the keyword to your reservation. Your final bill can then be adjusted accordingly.  

Generator Hostel Berlin Mitte

Generator Hostel Berlin Mitte’s two former office buildings from the 19th century are conveniently located within walking distance of Hackescher Markt, Alexanderplatz and Tacheles. A historic courtyard, vibrant social spaces and a chill-out library make it feel like a real home during #rp17. With U6 subway station around the corner you are just a few stops away from STATION Berlin. Use promo code ‘republica’ on to secure a 15% discount. The rate is bookable up to 7 April, the discount is applicable for 7-11 May 2017.

Photo credit: re:publica/Gregor Fischer (CC BY-SA 2.0)