The first night my mother and I checked in the staff was not great. We were only given one room key and was told that it was impossible to have an additional key. However a couple days later we were talking with a completely different staff member, she gladly gave us an additional room key. Also ...
Loved my room. It was really nice and comfortable. It's not exactly close to much, you have to do a bit of walking to find variety of food but manageable. Getting to my room was a bit of a hassle. The elevator does not go directly up to the 7th floor so I had to take 3 elevators.
Staff very unhelpful- maybe just different expectations in the US. Washer and dryer very small and only 1 set (1.5 hours each) so long wait times. Air conditioner barely worked so always hot and sweaty. Room not fully cleaned the entire week-only got fresh towels. Lots of construction so loud starting ...
Well, I'm not a teenager any more, travel all over the world for business (62 countries), so let me put this way, if you are looking to impress your fiance or if you going for meeting with Saudi Prince then choose Mandarin Oriental or Ritz Carlton))) But when we are talking regular trips business ...
It’s a very good hotel, plain but nice. Everything you need. One major complaint I have on my last visit was the quality (firmness) of the bed. I don’t recall this being an issue on past visits. But the mattress was not supportive, but rather sank right under the backside causing my back to ache ...
Stayed for 3 nights for a 1st time visit to Berlin. The location was perfect to use public transportation or walk to nearby main attractions. Hotel met all of our expectations. Breakfast was excellent to get our days started. Would return in future trips.
Although the hotel is a bit out of the major stuff, it is close to both Berlin HBF and the Berlin Wall memorial. Walkable to tiergarten, checkpoint charlie, Reichstag and much more and also very close to the U-bahn
It’s a very good hotel, plain but nice. Everything you need. One major complaint I have on my last visit was the quality (firmness) of the bed. I don’t recall this being an issue on past visits. But the mattress was not supportive, but rather sank right under the backside causing my back to ache a bit in the early morning.
Good breakfast. The giant aquarium in the lobby was spectacular.
Throughout its history, the city of Berlin has been through a lot, experiencing waves of demolition and renovation during its tumultuous evolvement. The result is a city that never stops changing and growing. For visitors it offers a great combination of historical sites, cultural attractions and an energetic social scene. Hotels in Berlin range from pay-per-night traveler's hostels (some of which offer excellent value for money) to comfortable mid-range hotels and high-rise apartments.
The Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin is numbered amongst the largest conference centers in the world, and is used for events from live music to ballet, sports, arts and comedy.
Berlin is a huge city with an excellent selection of restaurants such as the HackescheHofe, in an enormous renovated courtyard area.
A great start for a Berlin outing is the Reichstag building and its glass dome, from which most of the city's major landmarks can be seen. The lines are long and security is comprehensive, but worth it.
Berlin has countless stores, independent, designer and vintage. Alexanderplatz is a great place to start, as this transport hub offers easy access to most of the major shopping areas and is close to several Berlin hotels.
Hertha BSChas recovered from its less than prestigious past and has become one of Germany's premier football teams. The city is also home to the Berlin Capitals and EHC Eisbaren Berlin ice hockey teams, which are becoming more popular with the locals.