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Amazing hotel and first experience in Berlin. Initially, the hotel had a problem of finding our booking details due to a mistake from lowcostholidays who had gotten our 1st and 2nd passenger names mixed up, however reception staff went out of their way to rectify...More
Very good hotel. Easy to get to from airport. Just get a travel card when you land from the info desk then you get the bus to the U7 line and it goes straight there. Really short walk to hotel. Staff very helpful and the...More
Rather disappointed with the visit really, although the hotel is fitted out to a high spec, on the date of our visit there was no breakfast room or bar, which made the morning walk to a local coffee shop a bit of a nuisance, and...More
Hotel in a great location for all the Christmas Markets, shopping and sight seeing. Very close to the underground station, all you need is a map. Hotel staff very pleasant and helpful. Room large, comfortable and as we were at the back of the hotel...More
At first glance(entrance) it does not look that nice because it's plain and simple: staff at reception were really welcoming being my first time in Berlin. But when you enter the hotel rooms it is beautifully decorated. It is on a quiet road which was...More
US$64 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#149 Luxury Hotel in Berlin
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is a taxi essential? if you plan to travel around, a Berlin city card is good value and the train leaves the airport terminal.. the hotel is 100 yards from the underground station (1 connection required) i can post the... More
is a taxi essential? if you plan to travel around, a Berlin city card is good value and the train leaves the airport terminal.. the hotel is 100 yards from the underground station (1 connection required) i can post the details if you like
Google Maps has a great options for public transport planning. If you select the train option, and then input your departure time (e.g. around 11:30PM for you) it will present you with a number of options - they seem to be a... More
Google Maps has a great options for public transport planning. If you select the train option, and then input your departure time (e.g. around 11:30PM for you) it will present you with a number of options - they seem to be a combination of the bus (X7) and underground (U7). Have a go for yourself!
Remember to validate all tickets before you travel, they do check. When we travelled we also opted for the Berlin Welcome Card for 48h and this saved a fortune on public transport costs. Public transport is excellent in Berlin.
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"Save money by booking a basement room, same standard, just a smaller window basically..."