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Hotel Mardin Berlin

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I have no complaints, I have been there winter summer autumn. Good food, good rooms, good staff, very good at English and other languages. Shame about its location and on Sundays you have no choice but to use taxi’s as there is no bus service to it. But you cant hav your cake and eat it. I will stop here again I am certain. I love the train Rides on the S8 into Berlin.

There is too much to say about this place. I would recommend sleeping in an empty kfc bucket before I’d recommend this hotel. Perfect if you’re a chain smoker as the building is filled with cigarette smoke 24/7 despite it being a ‘strictly non smoking hotel’. You could always enjoy a nice breakfast in the restaurant, how about a giant bowl of cottage cheese? Oh wait.. that’s milk... perhaps a giant bowl of tinned pineapple and a slice of brown bread? Enjoy your stay...

I am currently spending my last day of a five day stay at the Hotel Mardin. The problems started when our room filled with cigarette smoke. I might add this is a no smoking hotel. A chain smoker was smoking on our landing and the place reeked of cigarette smoke. I reported this and little was done on the first night. The next day I demanded they either stop the smoker or move us. They said we could switch room later that day. When I returned from a day in the city they knew nothing about the promise but said it would be better tonight. It wasn’t. Our room smelled like and ash tray as did the whole landing. Furious I went to reception and asked to be moved. They said it couldn’t be done till the next day. True to their word we were moved to another floor the following day. I’ve just got back from a day in the city and guess what. The corridor and my new room reek of cigarette smoke. Thank god we leave tomorrow. I’ve given up trying sort things out as my blood pressure is currently through the roof. I’ve posted some photos of the disgusting state of the beds and the very dodgy wiring next to a water source of all places. I’m an electrician and I can assure you this is not to any current standards. Over all a very unpleasant place to stay. Totally ruined our trip. Not somewhere you look forward to coming back to after a long days walking. Really disappointed with the whole experience.

Myself and my partner stayed at Hotel marlin in hoppegarten, we had a very good stay, our rooms were cleaned every day also beds made, clean towels every day. When we arrived in berlin our transfer didn't turn up but we managed to get to the hotel using BVG app which tells you what stops to use and also how to get to A to B. When we arrived at the hotel we payed at the hotel we didnt pay online we just paid when we got there. We was welcomed by a young lady, she was very helpful, due to us using the travel services such as the subway, Underground and bus service. If we had any questions she was very happy to help. The bus stop is outside the hotel which takes you straight to the sub station. The hotel restaurant isn't used but we did go out for the day but me and my partner ate early so we decided to go downstairs to the resturant and the chef made us food from scratch it was beautiful. We also used the bus service and sub and underground service to get back to the airport for our flight. The hotel stay was excellent.

Thankfully only had to stay here for one night. Arrived late in the evening in a tired state to find the owner arguing with a large group of Polish people whose reservation he had screwed up. Had to wait for a half hour while he finished this before I could check in. When I eventually got to my room and got into bed I realised the room had no curtain on the window. How do you even manage this? You're a professional hotel - do you not check the very basic things in each room such as the presence of a bed, a door, and curtains? Honestly I was just incredulous at how incompetent someone could be. My joyful experience was topped off in the morning by there being absolutely no hot water in the entire hotel, so I had to take a freezing cold shower. I would recommend sleeping in a tent rather than paying €100 for this dump.

Stayed at this hotel one night. Was put into a smoking room when we had clearly rented a nonsmoking room. The room was very damp and musty. (Window was already opened in a attempt to air it out). Went to use internet only to find it was extra. Fine, I would have payed it. But when I asked for it to be put on my bill, I was told no, I have to pay for it separately. Would definitely not stay here again.

This hotel ranks at the top of the worst hotels I’ve stayed in. I’ve given it 1 star only because I can’t leave it blank. So, upon first impressions the lobby looks pretty ok but that’s where it ends. Took the lift to the 2nd floor and greeted with dirty stained carpets in the hallway leading to the rooms. I was greeted in my room by the dirtiest stained carpet I’ve ever seen, tired furniture and the oldest tv that should live in a museum. The bathroom was grubby and floor tiles stained and blackened. I simply couldn’t walk barefoot. Bed lined was old and the mattress was was small,thin and uncomfortable. The room was paid for two nights but I took the unprecedented decision to leave a day early it was was so bad. Hotel Mardin management you should be ashamed of the state of your hotel. Highly recommend you give the hotel a miss and book elsewhere.

Location in terms of scenery is fine, everything else is terrible. 1 hour to get into Berlin centre, buses from the station are few and far between which regularly leaves you with a 25 minute walk to/from the hotel. The rooms are basic, dated, worn and grubby. Terrible lighting, bed where you can feel every spring, 1990's TV set with only German channels and poor facilities; can't make a drink in your room, you have to use the unappealing "restaurant". We managed to make the most of a bit of a poor stay so we were fine. If you're looking for a clean and comfortable stay with good links to the city, look elsewhere.

We stayed at this "Hotel" for one night while visiting a nearby music festival. The Hotel Mardin isn´t a particularly nice place; charmless, dirty, slightly dilapidated with uninterested staff. I cant recommend it.

We stayed here for one night, for the price was good. Nice beds and clean. Good for a night stay. The only point to improve was the hygiene, the walls had some stains at places and the toilet did not look very clean. If we need a place to stay for one night, we would come back.

Köpenicker Str. 1 Dahlwitz-Hoppegarten

Hotel highlights

  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge
  • WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Märkisch-Oderland District, Hotel Mardin Berlin is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Hoppegarten Racetrack and within a 15-minute drive of Mueggelsee. This 161-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free self parking, and a 24-hour front desk.


For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee. At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Guests can enjoy cable TV and stay connected with WiFi. The bathroom offers a soaking tub and free toiletries.

Property features

Guests of Hotel Mardin Berlin enjoy features like WiFi in public areas. Free parking is included with your stay. Front-desk staff are standing by 24/7 to assist with any requests.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Studio Suite

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Basic Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

39.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 215 reviews

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