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Casa Camper Berlin3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Such a nice hotel. Great location, a few minutes from Alexanderplatz, underground station immediately outside, tram stop just around the corner as well as a major train station in Alexanderplatz. Just a short walk away from museum island and the tv tower. Rooms are spacious and well designed. Comfortable beds and helpful staff. The 7th floor restaurant is amazing, you can help yourself to food and drinks all day for free, and it’s pretty good! Breakfast is a mixture of cereals etc and you can order egg dishes to be cooked fresh. All delicious. Getting there is easy! Do not taxi and it’s around 45 Euro, a single train with just three stops will get you to Alexanderplatz then just walk! I would definitely stay here again and I’m already looking to book into the Barcelona one!
We were here for 7 nights and had a wonderful stay. We picked this hotel because we had stayed at the Barcelona location of Casa Camper and absolutely loved the layout, staff and overall vibe. While we really liked the Berlin hotel, it was not like the Barcelona location. Staff in Berlin were "all business" unlike our previous experience. Two exceptions were the older blonde woman at breakfast and younger man late at night. These two staff really, really excelled in understanding the customer. I spent a considerable amount of time on my laptop upstairs in the eating area and for two consecutive days it looked like the general manager of the hotel was having conversations with a senior manager who had traveled there about people issues, teamwork and hotel performance. I would highly recommend that in the future they take these conversations elsewhere away from hotel guests. And, if you are part of the hotel, please have the courtesy to say hello to guests and ask how they like things. There was not a single conversation with guests and again it was "all business". The rooms were very nice, but having come to the second Casa Camper, we didn't feel special or treated like loyal guests. That was disappointing. When we left early in the morning, we were never asked any questions like whether we enjoyed our stay. It was again "all business". The rooms are either too warm or too cold, and there are no USB ports at all. Outlets are in very odd spots, light switches and light in the room was weak. These are not huge issues, but this can all be improved. The shower and bathroom area are super spacious and excellent. Overall, it was a very nice stay and my comments are not intended to complain but rather to offer ideas to make the stay for guests better. I would return here if I were in Berlin again.
This was the second time we've stayed here - and it is very good. The rooms are great - quiet and comfortable. Love the bathroom and shower! Breakfast is great - as are the snacks etc that are available all day. Also the bar area - although it would be good if there were more nuts/olives. A group of 5 eat them all and they didn't seem to get replenished. My only small gripe was that one of the hotel staff said she'd booked a restaurant for us - but it turned out all she'd done was an online request (which we could have done ourselves), not phones as she'd said she'd do - and guess what - there was no reservation. I'd really recommend you book a restaurant in advance if in Berlin in the run-up to Christmas as everywhere is busy. We did manage to fine something but it was not as good as anticipated!
In this hotel you're right next to an U-Bahn station and only a short walk away from some key attractions, especially Museum Island. We couldn't have been more perfectly located for everything we wanted to do! Every member of staff we encountered was pleasant and very helpful. Our luggage was delayed in Amsterdam and the reception staff even offered to telephone the airport for us if it didn't turn up at all by the end of the second day. Fortunately it arrived on our second afternoon. Not ideal but the staff kept us in the loop, which helped reduce some of the stress. Breakfast is on the top floor and the wonderful staff up here will ask you if you'd like anything from the kitchen such as eggs or pancakes. I didn't always take the offer as there's a decent cold buffet selection but on a couple of mornings it was lovely to have an omelette or scrambled eggs. They will cook to your preference. Breakfast can get extremely busy around 9am so I'd go earlier or later than this to avoid the rush, During the rest of the day there's a selection of snacks and drinks available on the top floor. You can pop in whenever you like 24 hours. There's an honesty slip for alcohol but everything else is free. It was a nice quiet place to relax and rest our feet after a day of sight-seeing. There also seemed to be no issue with taking bottles of water/juice down to your room but you'll have to drink it sooner rather than later as there's no fridge in your rooms. The rooms are clean, comfortable and fairly spacious for a city hotel. It's a bit of a quirky design but I liked it! It has more character than other hotels. Only criticism I could offer is there was only one spare pillow and the two pillows on the bed weren't really supportive enough fo us, after the first night my shoulder really hurt! We came up with a solution to prop up our pillows using the one spare. They also provide slippers that you can use for the duration of your stay and towels seem to be changed every day. The room was serviced at least once a day as there's also a turn-down service. I would recommend this hotel for anyone on a city-break. The included breakfast and 24 hour snacks on the top floor will definitely save you money on food but this being Berlin there are seemingly endless places to choose from for an evening meal. Everywhere we tried was amazing. The lack of fridge in the room to store drinks is a minor annoyance but we didn't mind as we didn't plan to spend much time there. The room was perfectly adequate for just a few hours in the evening and to sleep in - after all, you're not here to stay in your room all day are you?
The Location: Weinmeisterstrasse U-bahn is on the corner next to the hotel. Otherwise Alexanderplatz is approximately a 10 minute walk away. The Room: Good-sized King-bed suite. Enough space for international travelers to unpack comfortably. Usual amenities were in the room. Minimalist style. Furnishings were in reasonable repair. Views over the street. Air-con/heating worked well. The Staff: All staff we encountered were pleasant and courteous. Food: Onsite restaurant is located on the top floor, pleasant views to the local district. Open 24-hours, this buffet is free for hotel guests. Excellent for late/early arrivals, and when you just don't feel like going out. A good variety of options were offered: cereals, yogurt, breads/pastries, sandwiches, some hot options, fruits, and snacks. Overall Impression: A pleasant, modern, quiet hotel in close proximity to local cafes, shops, museums, transport.
We really tried but couldn't see what the fuss was about. The rooms feel like a prison - dark, basic, tiny. Some thought has gone into design - presumably - but the thought must have been "prison" or "public toilet" or "80s motel". The design "flourishes" consist of PVC curtains and sub-Ikea-style furniture. Perhaps, like Camper shoes, this might have been cool for 5 minutes in 1993. With the exception of the chatty waitress in the breakfast room (there is no restaurant), staff were consciously rude and unhelpful. On more than one occasion, we came back after an evening out to find the front door locked and no-one at all manning reception. When the receptionist eventually came back to his post, he had the gall to blame us - hotel guests - for inconveniencing him! "Bar" is misleading - it's no more than a self service fridge and cupboard stuffed into the corner of the breakfast room. In sum, this is a two star €60 per night hotel masquerading as something else. In fact it is so bad that I suspect this hotel must be an extreme experiment in cynicism in the tradition of Hans Christian Andersen's well-known fable.
Lovely modern hotel in a great location close to Hackescher Markt. It's very stylish, although maybe a bit "sterile modern" and no real great views from the windows. Still .. it makes a great choice for business travelers.
Great location, just close to the metro stop and in the heart of Mitte. Modern and hipster design, the room where super clean and spacious. Good breakfast with many options, it is also possible to have fresh eggs or pancakes made for you. I loved the 24hrs Lounge with complementary snacks, fruits and drinks (much appreciated because we arrived late and we were starving 😅) Super recommended also for the balanced price.
Lovely Atmosphere, nice rooms and service... amazing the view form the 7th floor... it makes you feel like you are at home. Breakfast is gorgeous and the people working there are friendly and help you with any possible need. I’ve been twice and I’d always recommend anyone to stay at Casa Camper.
Hi, back again, this time in Berlin. My friend found this well-placed boutique hotel for a 2-day stay. There is nothing fancy about this hotel. Still, it is very clean, very comfortable, and comes with several advantages: location, 24-hour, honor-based refreshments (bar, sandwiches, etc.), and a great breakfast with both a buffet and eggs, waffles and more on order. If these suit your budget and tastes, I recommend Casa Camper Berlin to you.
- Walking distance to Alexanderplatz and Museum Island
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
Casa Camper Berlin places you in Mitte, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Alexanderplatz and Museum Island. This 51-room, 3.5-star hotel has free in-room WiFi along with a health club and a 24-hour business center. Centrally located in Berlin, the hotel is also a short walk from DDR Museum and Berlin Cathedral.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
The 51 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including iPod docks, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels and first-run movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and desks are also standard.
Casa Camper Berlin offers a health club, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 65 per vehicle roundtrip. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
95.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1052 reviews