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We spent two days here and found the English speaking staff very helpful with directions.
Located approx 10 minutes walk is the U train ( underground) or the S train (overground). Both stations are easy to access and provide transport to most major tourist sites....More
Spent 3 nights here and had a wonderful stay. Rooms were large and exceptionally clean. Beds were comfortable and pillows were fluffy. Restaurant and bar were also very good. WiFi was a bit slow, but this was due to the place being fully booked. The...More
Berlin is a wonderful city with great "first class hotel", stayed two days .was very happy with our stay. Good service, good food and drink .Go distance to shopping. It can not get better than this. Will certainly be back. Recommended 😀
First class hotel and centrally located within easy walk to main shopping areas.Very close to two excellent supermarkets. Rooms on higher floors and back side are especially quiet. Stay at hotel was part of a Gate1Travel tour of Central Europe and was very affordable and...More
Great hotel in a very good location. It is very close to shops and restaurants. The hotel serves excellent breakfast and we ate there for dinner and the food was excellent as well. And the great part is the hotel provides free wifi.
Hi, we had to use an adaptor as we are from England, I am unsure what you use in the USA....so I would say yes. The hotel does have a gym, but we never used it, so I am afraid I can not comment on the price. The staff are... More
Hi, we had to use an adaptor as we are from England, I am unsure what you use in the USA....so I would say yes. The hotel does have a gym, but we never used it, so I am afraid I can not comment on the price. The staff are very help full and ar
e very responsive to emails, so it would be worth sending them an email with your questions. Regards, Neil