Mamashelter

mamashelter

What is Mama Shelter?

Created by the Trigano family, Mama Shelter aims to settle in the very heart of the cities it falls in love with and offers its customers and partners the benefit of its expertise in both the hospitality and food industry.

How do I get to Mama Shelter London Shoreditch?

HOW DO I GET TO MAMA SHELTER? ANSWER. Find Mama Shelter London Shoreditch at the address: 437 HACKNEY ROAD, E2 8PP LONDON ENGLAND QUESTION.

Where does Mama live in Berlin?

Mama recently landed in this European hub - a true melting pot of different nationalities and cultures. A city that is as beautiful as it is cosmopolitan . Mama’s place is in north-eastern Kirchberg, ten minutes by taxi from the train station, 40 minutes on foot and 15 minutes by car from the city center.

Sorry, theres no on-site parking at Mama Shelter London - Shoreditch. Are pets allowed at Mama Shelter London - Shoreditch? Yes, dogs are welcome. Theres a charge of GBP 25 per pet, per stay.

Is there a bus stop outside Mama Shelter London?

Where to live in Berlin-where to live?

Relatively more quiet, laid-back and upmarket than other central parts of the city, living in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is a great choice if you want to stay in the center of Berlin without living in hipsterville.

What is it like to live in Marzahn-Hellersdorf?

More eastern bloc than other parts of Berlin, it’s all high-rise apartments and vast parks. But though Marzahn-Hellersdorf is outside of Berlin’s center, it’s easy to access central Berlin from here, and it’s a great place to enjoy a quieter side to living in Berlin.

Which district of Berlin is the best for families?

Quiet, quaint, and peaceful, the southern district of Tempelhof is an excellent choice if you want lots of green spaces for your kids to enjoy. The area’s epicentre is its big park, which was once the site of a vast airport.

Is Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf a good area to live in Berlin?

Because Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is a little expensive, it’s also a little different to some of the city’s other central districts. Relatively more quiet, laid-back and upmarket than other central parts of the city, living in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is a great choice if you want to stay in the center of Berlin without living in hipsterville.

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