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Holiday Inn Berlin - Centre Alexanderplatz4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Really good stay at this hotel, certainly not a complaint review. Only isn't a 5 star due to tiny issues but on the whole was ideal. Easy to find, great location - heart of Alexanderplatz. 3 minute walk from the square and train station. Train and Tram lines within 2/3 minutes of hotel and easy to use. Open top bus tour (would recommend) also on the doorstop. Plenty of bars/pubs/pop up German bars & restaurants, shopping centre's, restaurants nearby. TV tower is only a couple of minutes away too. We had great interaction with the hotel via email to confirm payment and the 2 different rooms requirements prior to arriving. Price was ideal too, we went Mon - Fri and worked out around £30 per night (per person) and the city tax only 11 euro per room. Only slight things to note were the air-con being disabled due to it being winter but the rooms were very warm, caused a couple of restless nights as with the window open it could be a bit loud (near a road and tram line) but this was only a minor issue. The double bed was 2 singles next to each other but this isn't something that bothered me/my girlfriend but I can appreciate this doesn't suit everyone. We still slept well on the whole. The bathroom door is a sliding frosted glass door so privacy not ideal but again, depends on couples preference as to whether this is alright for you or not but we were alright! Room was cleaned every day, new towels & tea - no complaints. Safe in room, enough space to store clothes for the few days we were there, room size is as expected, not tiny, not huge - did the job really well. As we wanted a busy few days we weren't in the hotel a great amount - didn't do food or drink in the hotel so can't comment on that but breakfast was an option for a fairly reasonable price in a major city. We enjoyed the train ride from Schonefeld to the hotel and our overall experience was brilliant, would definitely head back to Berlin and would have no issues staying in this hotel again :)
I'll start by saying I paid little for stay as used hotel points but still not great. The location is good, underground and trams all 5min walk away. Added bonus was Easter market in same place, beer and food stalls as well as goods, but this isn't there all year round. We had a tower view room and it was on small size, 2 single duvets for double bed, not much privacy with glass bathroom door. However biggest problem was heat, the room was absurdly hot, phoned reception who informed the air-con controls disabled as its winter, I'm talking too hot to sleep temps. Was suggested to leave small window open... Very noisy with busy road, trams, tubes etc so you have to choose noise or boiled alive!! Housekeeping a bit hit and miss, 2 days to clear a plate and replenish coffees, encouraged to re-use towels but when tried were changed anyways!! Toiletries are the bolted to the wall Bog standard....shampoo, conditioner, shower gel in one type affair so not great. So good location but probably wouldn't bother again, plenty of hotels like Hampton, ibis etc that look more modern and probably let you have air-con.
LOCATION The hotel is located in the centre of Alexanderplatz and is in an ideal location for a city break. We made our own way to the airport from the hotel on the S Bhan train service. The Ubahn (underground) is also accessible too. RECEPTION & CUSTOMER SERVICE The service at reception was efficient and informative. ROOMS The rooms are very well kept. Good decor, nice wallpaper. The rooms are small, but this is to be expected for most city hotels. There are options to upgrade to executive rooms. If however, y9u are out and about most of the time, this wouldn’t be necessary. There is a safe in the room and tea and coffee making facilities. No fridge. We had a lovely view over the city. The bathroom was nice. There was a shower over a bathtub. All very modern decor and facilities. WIFI Wifi is available throughout the hotel and was it works very well.
Just spent 3 nights here. 9th floor, so great view of TV tower. Breakfast was good, plenty of choice, clean towels every day. We were at front of hotel, be aware trams run late and are very noisy. One window not sealed well, so bit noisy for us, but we aways travel with earplugs, just in case.
We stayed on this hotel for 2 nights and it was great. Not everyone here speaks English so be patient. The room is ok, it doesn't have a mini bar so you can't keep your drinks cold, and the hotel bar is not always open at night. The breakfast is really good, they have a vast variety of things for all the regimens, vegetarian and vegan also. You will be on a expensive zone if you want to be out for a dinner or eat something in a restaurant. Regarding the touristic side, you will be in a excellent location, you can visit every place walking just with a 20 min walk.
I was in the middle of a fairly tight Europe business trip and managed to spare couple of days to visit the amazing city of Berlin. Being a serious IHG devotee, I snagged a couple of nights at this wonderful property in the center of Berlin. The hotel is very well done up with urban decor. The rooms are nice and bright with extremely comfy beds - my go to favorite part of a tiring sight seeing trip. The hotel was walking distance from bus stops, tram stops, the TV tower and many of the local favorite watering holes/historical neighbourhoods. The staff was courteous and helpful with my million questions! I found the breakfast on the higher side so I decided not to go for it. This decision served me fine as there is a deli just a stone’s throw away from the hotel where the gentleman has fresh quiche, brats and other things for very reasonable prices. I will definitely stay at this place again! Note: ask for a high up, front facing room, the view does not disappoint!
The pictures made me believe the rooms would be a lot "happier" then they actually are. The hotel room I had (room 773) had a torn and old look and feel to it, quite uninviting. As the esthetical part is important to me, this was a huge drawback. The breakfast was dull, the "cantine" stressed. The hotel itself was central, in Alexanderplatz ca 100 m to the U-Bahn Alexanderplatz (U2 line). Stay here if you need to save money and/or be centrally located, but not otherwise.
Normal Holiday Inn standard. I was here for 2 nights and the room was fresh, a little bit dark but good standard. The AC worked fine and the laundry service worked as promised. It's close to the sub way easy to grab a taxi from outside the hotel. It was a pretty good area to walk from to find restaurants.
A typical Holiday Inn but very noisy. Two tram lines run alongside the hotel and the local police use the forecourt as a waiting point so sirens go off at all times of the day and night making sleep hard to come by. Clean and functional room but the A/C was turned of by the management because of the season. As a result the room was very hot. I would not return because of the noise.
Nice location and views from the room. Disappointing factors were the bathroom glass sliding door with a large gap (no privacy whatsoever) and lack of basic hotel amenities. No direct line to housekeeping staff, no on site restaurant or bar. All requests and dining options were directed and handled by the next door Indigo Hotel. Seems it would have been more convenient just to stay there considering both are part or IHG group. Even in order to get some wine glasses we were told to go to the other hotel. Also hotel has no designated parking. There is street parking and a garage within a 5 min walk. Both options run about 24 euros per day. On a positive note, room was very clean or so we thought until the housekeeper found a few random socks under the bed and was kind enough to lay them out for us. The only problem, the socks were not ours. Hmm...
- Walking distance to Alexanderplatz and TV Tower
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour health club
Holiday Inn Berlin - Centre Alexanderplatz places you in Mitte, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Alexanderplatz and TV Tower. This 4-star hotel has 242 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, a 24-hour health club, and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Berlin, it's also close to Checkpoint Charlie Museum and Brandenburg Gate.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6 AM to 10:30 AM.
The 242 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including free local calls, laptop-compatible safes, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and first-run movies. Beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer hair dryers.
Guests of Holiday Inn Berlin - Centre Alexanderplatz enjoy a 24-hour health club, free WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms. Offsite parking is offered for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, a 24-hour business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
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85.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1490 reviews