Quentin Boutique Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
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Fairly modern appearance, staff were helpful and friendly, rooms fairly comfortable, bed was really soft and relaxing. Breakfast adequate, not the best choice I've seen but enough to fill an empty stomach. Bus stop for various destinations outside the hotel, Berlin hop on hop off tour bus across the street and railway station about 1/2 a mile a way and we found the train was by far the best deal, 19e for a group of upto 5 that included all train and underground journeys with ticket expiring 3am following morning. Emergency services seem to make a habit of using 2 tones about 6am each morning, ask for a room at the rear, they have a nice bar area but its never staffed, no tea or coffee making facilities in the room and its probably no more than a 3* not a 4* as claimed. Would be happy to return.
This hotel is close to many transport links, only a 5 min walk from subway and underground stations and the x7/m49 buses stop right outside the door. Staff were nice and spoke English as well as other languages. The room itself was much better than I expected for the price! Modern decor, remote controlled curtains and lights, power shower in a very spacious bathroom and really comfy beds. There's free wifi and a mini bar too. If you're looking for somewhere to stay in charlottenberg I would definitely recommend. Would stay again!
This is a nice hotel well situated in Charlottenburg, which used to be the city centre of West Berlin. The hotel is very twee in its decor, a bit busy in the foyer and lounges. They go in for a lot of black. The rooms are a good size with the usual amenities, including free WiFi. The whole place is spotlessly clean. The beds are large and comfortable, but there is a bit of traffic noise if you are in the front of the hotel. The bathroom is also a good size, but take care not to walk into the glass shower partition - it isn't easy to see. The public transport is exceptional for getting about. There is a bus stop just across the road which will take you to the Zoologisher Garten station, which is a short walk from the Kufurstendam. This is the Oxford Street/Bond Street of Berlin and also where the hop-on-hop-off (HOHO) bus tours start.. The public buses also stop literally right outside the hotel on the return journey. Ryanair and Easyjet fly into Schonefeld Airport and from there its easy to get to this hotel Take the RE7 or RB14 train to the Zoologisher Garten station (40-60 minutes depending on number of stops), then go to bus stop 2 for the M49 bus. Get off at Amsgeriechsplatz (about a 10 minute ride) and you're there, right outside the door. Top tip: If you take the City Circle HOHO tour, (Yellow bus with green logo on side), stop 18 on the tour is just across the road. So why only 4 stars? I'm afraid that's down to the cost of breakfast (if you aren't on a B&B package). It is a very nice breakfast, plenty of choice, but at 12 Euros pp I thought it was a bit expensive. So, another tip, just across the road, next to the bus stop, is a red hut like structure (see photo) which is a cafe. You can get coffee, toast and scrambled egg there for half what the hotel charges for breakfast. Overall, however, I would recommend this hotel, especially if you can get a deal through one of the hotel booking sites (we used Laterooms.com).
Good hotel, nice, helpful staff but noisy plumbing. Lots of decent places to eat nearby. An easy walk to the Messe. Quick drive from the airport. I'd stay there again. If you're looking for a decent hotel near to the Messe then this is a good one.
Lovely hotel, definitely feels expensive inside. The decor is quite dark and mysterious in the lobby with some interesting decorations and art works.. the room was spacious and clean. Electric curtains, safe, fridge and air con.. the bathroom was lovely too, be careful not to walk into the glass shower divide after a few German beers mind. The electric blind thing in the bathroom didn't work in our room but I'm not sure I would want to see the other half cleaning his teeth any way so no big deal there. In a really nice location, about 20 minutes walk from the nearest station to and from the city centre and airport. Parallel to kudamm. Loads of restaurants and bars around. A really lovely little cafe bar opposite called la crepe, a little wooden Hut with nice low lighting and seats outside. Would definitely visit here again.
Me and my collogue stayed in this hotel during the wasser berlin messe. The only good thing about the hotel were the good size room and the friendly reception. Poor cleaning ( our room was full of dust) and poor breakfast. There was little choice of bread, no cakes, no indication about the marmelade or juice flavour. There is a lot of room for improvement!
We arrived at 11 am after travelling all night and were told that our room wouldn't be ready for another 3 hours so we were sent away. The room was very quirky and edgy as well as clean. Both the bedroom and bathroom were a great size, however, when you are told that you are getting a double bed. Two single beds pushed together is quite disappointing. We then realised that our safe didn't work, after asking at reception for someone to come and take a look at it, we were told that it would be sorted the following day. Needless to say, it wasn't. As a result of this, I spent the remainder of my trip carrying all of our travel money and passports around the city with me. Breakfast provided a lovely selection however the eggs and bacon were always cold. All in all, it was okay. But I wouldn't go back.
Had a lovely stay at this hotel, rooms very clean and spacious. He whole hotel has a modern feel and the staff were friendly. However, after enjoying two breakfasts for both mornings, we checked out and got slapped with a €48 bill for just two breakfasts each! What a horrendous price to pay for a couple of bits of toast and some warm ish bacon and egg! Really disappointed with that, put a real downer on the trip as we were already on a tight budget.
I stayed already 3x in this hotel. Good location, if you are daily going to ICC Messe. It is cca 15 to walk or 2 bus stations. Nice rooms, clean, well equiped. Nice breakfast. Reception works well, just some exeptions can happen - f.e. we wanted to recommend nice restaurant close by, they did and they said that they will book the places for us. When we reached the restaurant we realized, that they don´t have place for us and that they told this to the receptionist, but she didn´t informed us. Last Night I ordered morning wake up call at 5:30 morning. They called me at 5:55 - somebody forgot. Not big issues, but making the stay little bit more complicated. If you demand something from the Reception, better to confirm it 2x. The room was comfortable, only all pillows were too big for me so the sleepïng was not so comfortable.
We arrived in the evening and the first thing receptionist said was to pay for the stay. I was with another person sharing double room and since we were on the business trip we asked for separate invoice. It wasn't possible! I travel for years and I never heard before that it is not possible to pay separately when sharing a room. Next issue happened when we asked immediately to have an invoice, but the receptionist said no, invoice we can get at check out. How is t possible to ask for payment and not to issue an invoice? Next thing that bothered me heavily is the fact that receptionist doesn't wear any uniform, but jeans and winter jacket! Not just that one, but all staff - they have no uniforms in 4 star hotel. I would expect that in a hostel, but not pricy 4 star hotel. And the third issue is hospitality, receptionists are never looking at guests, only in computer, always sitting in a chair hidden behind the reception. There is no hello or good bye unless you say it first.
Located in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Quentin Boutique Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Schloss Charlottenburg and Berlin Zoo. The 73 rooms at this 4-star hotel include minibars, LED TVs, and pillowtop beds. Located in central Berlin, the hotel is also near Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Olympic Stadium.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. At the end of the day, the bar/lounge is a great place to grab a drink.
All 73 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. LED TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Desks are also standard.
Guests of Quentin Boutique Hotel enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a garden. Self parking is offered for EUR 12 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets.
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64% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 160 reviews