The brick facade of Lilienthal Studios will give you homely, Nordic vibes. The pretty building has 102 apartments for students, interns, young professionals and expats and is a welcoming, authentically designed space. You’re welcome to share an apartment or live alone in one of our Business Apartments, where you’ll find a smart TV waiting for you. Some of the upper floors also have balconies. Lilienthal Studios has great connections to the city and the airport.
IMPORTANT: Lilienthal Studios is the only one of our properties that offers apartments for short stays from 4 weeks to 5 months, with the possibility of further extension from the 6th month. Currently, you can only request availability via a contact form in the booking process, a direct online booking is not yet possible.
Room Types in Lilienthal Studios
Nido isn’t just for students, we also offer apartments for young professionals, trainees and interns, so please select the appropriate filter to find out what is available in your city of choice. Students are able to book any room even if it is available for Young Professionals too.
What services does Nido offer?
All-in rent | The rental prices shown include not only the rent for fully-furnished rooms but also the costs for heating, water and electricity. Internet and the use of the many facilities are also free of charge for you as a tenant. You can find out what your Nido has to offer here at a glance or ask your local team.
All rooms are fully-furnished and ideally equipped for students and young professionals. We offer the possibility for short stays, which can also be extended. In addition, you have access to a washing lounge with washing machines and dryers, as well as the option to rent parking space in an underground parking garage.
YellowBird is a cozy coffee house, only 6 minutes by bike from Nido Bremen. Coffee specialties and other drinks as well as freshly prepared dishes are served. For the late risers among us - YellowBird conjures up extensive breakfast variations, including vegan options, on weekends until 2 p.m.
Inexpensive oriental feasting - freshly prepared falafel, salads, sandwiches and plate dishes are served at YallaYalla. The range of vegetarian and vegan dishes is large here. The skewers can be consumed on site or taken away. YallaYalla is only 15 minutes away from Nido Bremen - stop by.
The special concept of the Radish Cafés calls for old collective crockery, coffee pots, white table linen and heartfelt cake recipes to be put in the café so that they don't get dusty and find a new place.
Located directly at Bremen Central Station, a staircase leads to what is probably the most famous, rustic Irish pub in Bremen, the Paddy's Pit. Since 1998 the international audience has been delighted with live music, sport events and a large selection of different beers and whiskeys.
Experience their large living room where people meet, chat, celebrate and laugh.
The Black Hermann is a veteran of Bremen's pub culture. Opened in the 70s, the namesake shines today in a fresh, proud design. Forget time for a few hours with all kinds of delicacies and leave everyday life behind you!
The so-called district of Bremen is popular with students and also a Nido hotspot. Known as the scene and cultural meeting point of the city, it offers a variety of smaller shops as well as cafes, restaurants and bars. You only need 15 minutes by bike - the best conditions for a little discovery tour.
Do you fancy a journey through time? Discover the medieval Schnoorviertel with its small houses and narrow streets. The alleys are sometimes so narrow that you can touch both sides of the house with outstretched arms. There are no cars in the Schnoor - the best prerequisite for a leisurely stroll on the weekend.
SelFair offers the possibility of being able to offer almost package-free goods and also has many vegan, vegetarian and fresh goods with organic quality on offer.
'Reise ins ich' is a permanent exhibition by the artist Phil Porters, who stages his works in an impressive setting. Grab a flashlight and explore Bremen's unique jungle on two floors. Discover photographs among plants, waterfalls, music, light, and steam effects. And the best part - the exhibition is free of charge!
In the middle of Bremen is the Schlachte. Whether strolling, feasting and partying on the water or on the bank - there is always a lot going on on the promenade. The Schlachte is also a popular meeting place for students - hip restaurants, shops, theaters and clubs exude their exclusive charm.
The Böttcherstraße is a 110m long street in the old town of Bremen, which is one of the cultural monuments and tourist attractions in Bremen due to its architecture.