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Hotels near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

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4.7/5111 Reviews
4.7/5Outstanding111 Reviews
Berlin
|0.15km from downtown
It was good to be back in Berlin after three years, and to mark the occasion, a friend suggested we do something outrageous. Like partake in a dish that's ubiquitously Berlin, but at an awesome setting and similarly astronomical price. A quick Google search pointed us to the Adlon Kempinski's currywurst, served at the lobby lounge. We were not disappointed. Large serving of sausages came sprinkled with real gold flakes. Glad to have had some historical Berliner cuisine and glad to have paid those prices. The hotel is super!
4.2/558 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good58 Reviews
Berlin
|0.25km from downtown
I'll start with a positive--Location and size of apartment. Honestly, that is where it sadly ended. This was the worst stay in our 3 week Germany trip. My main complaint was the lack of care and service from the staff and the inaccuracy/unclarity of the photos of the apt. We had an issue with the beds being separated, as our 2 big, unrelated men didn't want to sleep in a Queen together. Normally in Germany, these beds can be separated & they were shown on the web as such. Anyway, I did inquire about it and also asked instead for a cot. My request was met with a robotic and somewhat rude response, including that it couldn't be done that night (fine) and that we had to prepay, etc. There was no offer of any solution other than read the fine print. ”There are no guarantees on bed configuration” Over and over ”...this is not the policy” blah blah blah with 0 emotion or care. Oh, and they asked if we wanted a blanket to sleep on the 4 foot couch. OK. I received a sheet and when I asked for a pillow, I got a pillowcase. Whatever. Our travel partner ended up booking a separate place. They give you a 4 pg contract to sign all written in German. Sketchy. The beds werelow and somewhat uncomfortable, but we were tired and slept ok. The 1990 east german shower was awkward with shower curtain that sticks to your body & ran out of hot water after person #2. We didn't bother to complain, we knew it wouldn't matter. The washer (kinda the reason we booked this place) did not have instructions, there were no instructions on what to do with garbage or check out, other than be out by 10, or you're charged . We each received 1 bath & 1 hand towel for 3 days. It is customary in Germany, but we did need more and didn't even bother to ask, I didn't even want to see the woman! The Hallways were filthy! The apt, however, was clean. When we left the guy who was somewhat considerate asked us how everything was...I said ”liveable.” Then he asked if there were any lightbulbs out.
3.1/51 Reviews
3.1/51 Reviews
Berlin
|0.6km from downtown
BNB near Brandenburg Gate provides flawless service and all the necessary facilities for visitors. Remain linked during your visit by utilizing the complimentary internet access available.Parking is accessible, supplied by the hostel for guests who arrive by car. The hostel is completely smoke-free.
4.6/556 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding56 Reviews
Tiergarten
Berlin
|0.61km from downtown
The Berlin Marriott is a star. My husband had business in the area so we enjoyed an extended stay in Berlin. Others who stayed closer to the conference weren’t very happy with their experience, but the Marriott made our trip so enjoyable. It would be hard to beat this location. Near the Brandenburg Gate and an easy walk to many of the must-see attractions it allowed me to make the most of my time. I walked in Tiergarten every day. From the excellent first impression (thanks, Cesare) throughout our stay I always felt like I was coming home when I entered the lobby. The wonderful doorman with glasses always had a smile for me (thank you!). We were in room 868 facing Ebertstraße. I expected street noise considering it’s facing the main road but it was honestly one of the most quiet hotel experiences I’d ever had. It’s right in the middle of everything yet so serene. The staff are top-notch. The concierge was friendly and very helpful. The whole operation feels exceptionally well managed. The hotel is spotlessly clean. It even smells good! Our room was very comfortable and had a terrific view. We had a lot of ironing to do and my husband commented on the “fantastic” iron. Little details like that made the business side of this trip less stressful. It also seemed very secure. On our early departure morning we saw the night associates near the door - nothing was going to get past them without them noticing. We found the lobby bar to be relaxing and a great spot to catch up with others in our group. If you’re looking for a quick bite definitely try The Big Dog which is attached to the hotel. Our group really enjoyed our lunch there and Loris was so welcoming. My only suggestion for improvement would be they should replace the instant coffee that’s in the room with a regular coffee maker or Keurig. (Plenty of coffee options at breakfast though - either regular coffee served by staff or you can use the machine where you can push a button and have a specialty coffee in seconds. I think they keep a carafe of coffee right at breakfast check-in so you can grab some in a to-go cup.) On a side note - our early morning taxi to Berlin Brandenburg airport was €50.50. Taxis are always lined up right next to the hotel. I’m home now and really missing our peaceful home base in Berlin.
3.8/530 Reviews
3.8/530 Reviews
Berlin
|0.62km from downtown
I don’t think I’ve ever been so contradicted about a hotel before. Overall we had a good stay but there were some signifiant negatives! Positives - great service - nice reception area with selection of drinks. Nice little patio that we sat in each evening - you’lol see why in a mo - perfect location! We love walking and from here it was about 5 mins to brandenburg gate and the reichstag. - 8 mins away walking from the main train station that we headed to from the air port - great river front bars about 10 mins away - clean room - comfortable bed Negatives - I don’t know if this was my fault but I can’t remember seeing anything about a train line. We were in room 217. Half the hotel is literally on the train line. We aren’t talking about uk trains either. I grew up near one and live on a main road so noise it’s not usually a problem. But… this is some heavy duty loud train and they are every few minutes all day every day. They stop I think between midnight and 4am but it is relentless. You do get given ear plugs and you need them. - it was hot when we were in Berlin and there is no air con. We had all the windows open and to be honest it was lovely but the noise, my god. We avoided the room until we were so knackered we passed out. We sat in the courtyard or found a nice park somewhere and had a few drinks so found a nice way round to manage. But you cannot get away from it, and as I mentioned I live on a main uk road. This was like being strapped to the underside of a train and no joke. Even saying that though, because we were walking 16 miles or so a day we did sleep well. We got woke up when the trains started again but my Sony headphones were a saver! - we booked the hotel because it looked quirky and arty. Our room was white with a few black spots and a picture of eyes. It was tired with marks on the wall etc and just didn’t look loved. I think we could have got a better hotel for the same price if not cheaper to be honest. It was a nice hotel in its own way but the charm and the location just wasn’t enough to cover the noise and the lack of excitement about staying there. I thought the hotel would be quirky and unusual and it just wasn’t. Would I stay again? No. £333 for three nights. We had a nice stay but I think that’s because we loved Berlin. The hotel itself was just blah.
2/50 Reviews
2/50 Reviews
Berlin
|0.63km from downtown
Cute hotel
4.6/580 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding80 Reviews
Tiergarten
Berlin
|0.67km from downtown
Really enjoyed our quick one night stay at the Ritz. We arrived around 11am and we were able to check in early which was appreciated. Room was well appointed with typical Ritz understated luxury. All staff we interacted with were excellent and professional. As a Marriott platinum didn’t note any benefits besides early check in/ late check out. No upgrade or breakfast, etc, but we weren’t expecting that. Location is great. Would definitely return!
4.4/5123 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent123 Reviews
Berlin
|0.69km from downtown
The room was too hot to sleep and the aircon didn't work. We had to sleep with the window wide open but was woken up at 7am by the window cleaner. As it was so hot I had no covers on so it was pretty shocking to wake up to him practically inside the room. The hotel really need to warn guests when the windows are being cleaned. We were here for the marathon but got zero sleep as it was so hot and stuffy. On check out day the cleaners entered our room 4 times this was really annoying. The location was really good that was the only positive.
4.2/547 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good47 Reviews
Berlin
|0.73km from downtown
Can only be described as ”good!”! Whether it's location or room interior, it's perfect and impeccable, highly recommended! ! ! The traffic in Zambia is very convenient, the hotel is in various hubs, and it is in the mall, it is very good!
4.2/5116 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good116 Reviews
Berlin
|0.73km from downtown
Four things to know about this hotel before you book. 1. If you book early you will pay more. 311 euros a night booked three months ahead. 200 euros a night booked three weeks ahead. Look at any booking website. 2. On check-in they take the full amount of your stay from your credit card, plus a 50 euros a day deposit ”in case you use the mini-bar”. (In fact the mini-bar is empty - see photo). This might be a problem if you have credit limit issues. 3. They use sweaty, clammy poly-cotton bed-linen - see photo of label. You cannot change hotels because they have already trousered your money. To sleep properly we had to buy our own fully cotton bed-linen - see photo of receipt. The reason they use poly-cotton is explained on the manufacturer's website: ​”Bed linen must be lightweight...thus allowing staff to work faster....Experience shows that savings of 5 to 10% can be achieved”. Nothing about the comfort of guests. The staff say that all Westin hotels use poly-cotton. Totally unacceptable in a serious hotel and we shall not stay in a Westin hotel again. 4. Because of the hotel's layout, most bedrooms are 50 to 120 meters from the elevators. In the course of a day you can easily walk a kilometre or more to and from your room. In other respects it is well positioned, if you wish to be in Mitte, the breakfast is good, and the staff are professional and helpful to the extent that the chain allows. Garden rooms are a very little bit smaller than rooms on the street, but much quieter and a few have a balcony.
4.1/515 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good15 Reviews
Berlin
|0.78km from downtown
Spend time in the heart of the German capital - the historical superior TOP martas Hotel Albrechtshof Berlin is waiting for you. Quiet down, reminisce about your eventful sightseeing tour, feel at home – here you will find the personal atmosphere and hospitality you need. We designed our rooms in a modern and tasteful style. Warm colours, high quality furniture and comfortable suites invite you to remain a little longer. In one of our hotel rooms you will find the relaxation you are looking for after an eventful day in Berlin. If you plan a seminar, a business meeting or a private celebration, you can choose between six conference rooms, whichever best suits the occasion. Our restaurant will treat you to a creative and healthy cuisine. For all guest arriving by car our private hotel parking for 17 cars is at your disposal.
4/526 Reviews
4/5Very Good26 Reviews
Berlin
|0.81km from downtown
This period hotel is located over 2 buildings that are opposite each other. The reception staff were friendly, quick and efficient in both check in and check out. Our room was located in the building opposite reception, so just a short walk across a quiet street. The room was a fair size, clean, neat and tidy. The shower was a little small, but decent, clean and big enough for me (6'1”). There was no tea/coffee making equipment in the room, but that could be because we were room only. We didn't eat in the restaurant at all., so can't comment on the food quality. The hotel is located in a quiet side street, but close enough for a short walk to Berlin Mitte. We were not disturbed with any street noise at all (Room on 2nd floor) during evenings or nights. There are several good restaurants, and several little coffee shops/ breakfast places all within 100 metres of the hotel. It's easy to get to from the airport. Either take the FEX train to Berlin hbf and then a 12/15 min walk to the hotel, or take the RB23 or RE8 to Fredrichstrasse hbf and its a 3 min walk. Both take about 30-40 mins and cost 4 euro per person each way. We bought an ABC Zones travel card, which we think (and hope) was correct! Be aware that the FEX is hourly, so you'll have to time your journey. Highly Recommended.

Reviews for Hotels near Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Mercure Hotel Berlin City West
4/5104 Reviews
Berlin
|9.09km from downtown
I chose this hotel as I was touring Berlin with a friend for a few days, but he was arriving a couple of days later than me. This proved to be a great option in terms of budget, distance from the city centre and proximity to public transport. Once you come up the steps from the U-Bahn at Siemenssdamm, it’s immediately to your right. The member of staff in the reception was warm and friendly and spoke very good English as my German is not very good after studying it a little at school 25 years ago. The room was large, very clean, and well-equipped. It was too warm for me, and turning the air con down didn’t help, but the window opens very wide. The bathroom also had a bath which was a bonus. The bed is firm which I really enjoyed, but I appreciate that won’t be to everyone’s liking. I’m sure I requested the room not to be serviced but the maid had been in every day. I didn’t use the TV but the Wi-Fi was a little patchy and slow at times. There is plenty of plug sockets including one near the bed. There was a soft light on the floor lamp and a desk lamp which was great. I had the buffet breakfast one morning, which had a great and varied selection of hot and cold food, this included cereals, bread, cold meats, cheeses, eggs, sausages, fresh juice, tea, and coffee. There is a supermarket across the road open till 10 pm, which was handy to get food for dinner. Yeah, it is quiet, and felt safe. I couldn’t hear any noise from any adjacent rooms. If I’m visiting Berlin in the future on my own, I will probably stay here again.
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Ocak Apartment & Hotel
3.7/556 Reviews
Berlin
|3.55km from downtown
Because the other room type is set the next day, the housekeeping staff is very helpful to change the room, we do not have to run back specially, the nearby traffic and shops are very convenient! Super recommended
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FromSGD 138
JW Marriott Hotel Berlin
4.5/5123 Reviews
Tiergarten
Berlin
|3.1km from downtown
Just completed a five night stay at this hotel and had a great experience. The staff is extremely knowledgeable regarding the surrounding area and Berlin in general. My room was wonderful and the breakfast superb. The executive lounge was well stocked and the staff helpful. Highly recommend this centrally located hotel for your next visit.
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FromSGD 180
Mercure Hotel Berlin Zentrum
3.7/571 Reviews
Schoneberg
Berlin
|4.5km from downtown
Spent 4 nights at this hotel. Slept well each night, no noise from inside or outside the hotel. We were at the back of the hotel. Room basic but clean. Tea and coffee provided and a free safe. Bathroom was good, plenty of hot water and complimentary toiletries. Breakfast was of a good quality with the usual selection of continental and hot options. All staff friendly. Also there is a luggage room, should you need to store any items after checkout
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FromSGD 84
Ibis Berlin Messe
3.7/549 Reviews
Berlin
|8.57km from downtown
The hotel is nice and very good. It is especially suitable for traveling with children. It is also a good choice for business trips because the floors are very high and the scenery is particularly good. It is also very close to the attractions, basically you can reach it on foot. Will continue to stay next time.
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Motel One Berlin-Alexanderplatz
4.3/5103 Reviews
Berlin
|0.51km from downtown
PROS: - Location: Next to the Alexanderplatz metro station, super easy to go from place to place. Near the tv tower and many other attractions. Nice restaurants and cafes nearby. - Clean and comfortable rooms. Nothing bad to say about that. Many pillows. - Nice views from the upper floors. - Late check-out was possible and didn't cost anything if you were a beOne -member. It doesn't cost anything to register as a beOne -member, and you get one free breakfast, one free bottle of water (big bottle) and if possible, a late check-out on Sundays (also for free). CONS: - Soundproofing. The noice from the streets didn't bother that much on the upper floors, but you could hear everything from the hallway, if someone is walking, talking or opening doors. - Breakfast. It wasn't necessarily bad, but especially with fruits and vegetables there weren't that many options. I feel like for that price the breakfast should be better. - Staff. Again, not necessarily bad, but could've been more friendly. - Lack of mini fridge. There wasn't any mini fridge in the room. Overall a good hotel which I can recommend and would also stay here again :)
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FromSGD 142
Generator Berlin Alexanderplatz
4.2/544 Reviews
Berlin
|0.98km from downtown
The hostel is very dirty. All the surfaces are sticky. There is a terrible stench in the rooms, toilets, corridors and lobby. Things forgotten by the previous tenants are lying around until they are thrown away by the current tenants. Mattresses are stained with brown stains, possibly menstrual blood (I was in the women's room). The pillows are crumpled and terribly uncomfortable. The beds stand so you can't fully open the window to air it out. The lobby is very noisy and smelly too, apparently there is no ventilation or it is blocked. Absolutely not recommended, even for 25€ a night! It's too much for this place.
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Sana Berlin Hotel
4.4/5114 Reviews
Wilmersdorf
Berlin
|5.31km from downtown
TLDR; the hotel is hotter than hell. You booked air conditioning, right? Well, actually … wrong. They turned it to hot air mode, won’t tell you that, and you’ll be unable to sleep as temperatures resemble the Sahara. There is also the fire station next door which they won’t advise you on either. Sirens ALL night long. Don’t think you can open the window to cool down - you can’t. The noise will give you tinnitus! The management or lack thereof are a disgrace. Stay here at your peril. Fuller review: I booked two rooms for six nights at almost 2000 euros. Our party were unable to sleep due to the extreme heat and had to leave early on day two, but not before giving the hotel four opportunities to put things right. We are reasonable people. The hotel, not so much. We booked Sana Berlin as the hotel is advertised as having air conditioning. This was false advertising as management had decided a few days earlier to switch off the a/c with no notice to guests, and were unwilling to switch it on, despite me asking on three occasions to reverse or rectify the issue. Not having this facility made the room incredibly warm, and sleeping at night impossible. Did I mention you can’t open the windows? The hotel refuses to concede this as an issue, despite their own member of staff visiting our room, agreeing it to not be acceptable and visibly sweating and uncomfortable due to the heat. This was the same member of staff who advised he lives in the hotel and can’t open windows either owing to the fire station next door and extreme noise of the sirens… so, not just us then. Notwithstanding this, the hotel still doesn’t take responsibility or rectify this, and has charged me handsomely for two nights accommodation (663 euros). Disgusted yet? You should be. However as with any horror story, it gets worse… I may have mentioned that we did not sleep for two nights, how could we? The extreme heat combined with the loud emergency vehicles… it felt we were in a warzone, not on a holiday. Ah, the windows. Firstly, you can’t open them to cool unable the room down due to the noise. Even if you did, you’ll get no privacy as you can’t shut the badly positioned electric blinds and have the window open at the same time… so yes, if you do you’ll be in full view of the street. Nice if you’re an exhibitionist. I’m sure you’re beginning to get the idea now. So, what did we as guests do about it? Well reader, we tried! Lord knows we tried; Both my husband and I tried to address matters with the hotel to provide fair opportunity to resolve the matter. After the first night I emailed at 8am the following day, to outline the issues. The hotel did reply at 10am advising this (the a/c) would get looked at by the ‘technical team’ however after this did not provide any further updates and proceeded to ignore us. Cool… or not as it happens! I sent a further email at 15:20 the same day seeking an update before we returned to the room. This was of course ignored, sigh. On
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FromSGD 206
Two Hotel Berlin by Axel - Adults Only
3.8/561 Reviews
Wilmersdorf
Berlin
|6.01km from downtown
The service was good. The room was small, but the transportation was good near two stations. There was also a gym and sauna in the basement, and I didn't use it, but I want to use it next time.
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Best Western Plus Plaza Berlin Kurfuerstendamm
3.9/574 Reviews
Berlin
|5.93km from downtown
Rooms in clean condition, water cooker has provided very good services. Hotel is in the first class position directly on Ku'damm. How a room has taken to the street since the courtyard is a huge building site. Air conditioning is very good. Restaurant directly in the hotel. Something unusual, the rolling stairs that lead to the reception. Beds were really good. I missed a minibar in the room. I think it might be a little too high from the price performance ratio.
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Arcotel John F Berlin
4.2/5106 Reviews
Berlin
|0.72km from downtown
We stayed during Oct of 2021. We were pleasantly surprised when they upgraded us at check in and it was a very nice room. The room was comfy and clean. We stayed for 3 days. The last day, we had an international flight in the afternoon. When we woke up, there was no water in the bathroom. So we called the front desk and we were told that there was an issue and they were fixing it. We asked when it would be fixed, the answer was they did not know. They told me that the issue was only on that floor (we were on the top floor) and other floors had water. We had to brush our teeth, shower and get ready, so we asked if we can use one of the empty rooms on the lower floor to get ready. We were told that nothing was available and when asked what they can do since we had to get ready for the flight, the answer was they cannot do anything. So I got dressed and walked to the front desk and asked to speak to the manager. I was told he was busy and he was working to fix the issue. The attitude of the front desk was, it is too bad we cannot provide water in your room and no, we will not do anything to help you. I got back to the room and we were trying to figure out what to do, then the water turned back on. In the end, we were able to get ready and catch the flight but the experience with the front desk makes me think twice before booking this hotel chain.
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FromSGD 124
Ibis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
3.9/571 Reviews
Kreuzberg
Berlin
|2.21km from downtown
Good location, small rooms but basic facilities and clean. It is convenient to travel, there are many attractions around, and the airport is about 26 Euros. The room booked did not include breakfast, but there was a buffet on the first floor, 12 euros for one person. To experience the local breakfast in Berlin, we chose to go out and have breakfast in the bakery. The hotel helps to make a reservation for a taxi and needs to pay for the service. The actual taxi at the entrance of the hotel is not difficult to call. When leaving the hotel, it is a black taxi. It feels like being bypassed.
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Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz
4.6/541 Reviews
Tiergarten
Berlin
|2.64km from downtown
It's a huge hotel with many elevators. There are also many employees and guests, busy and orderly. The room is quite satisfactory, the layout is very similar to domestic hotels, the area is not small, and it is very clean. This time I spent 20 nights in 9 cities in Germany, and this was the only hotel with a price below 1,000 RMB. The location is very good. There is the subway downstairs, and the Brandenburg Gate is just a few stops away. There is a large mall just one stop away from the subway for shopping and dining.
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Apartments am Brandenburger Tor
4.2/558 Reviews
Berlin
|1.76km from downtown
I'll start with a positive--Location and size of apartment. Honestly, that is where it sadly ended. This was the worst stay in our 3 week Germany trip. My main complaint was the lack of care and service from the staff and the inaccuracy/unclarity of the photos of the apt. We had an issue with the beds being separated, as our 2 big, unrelated men didn't want to sleep in a Queen together. Normally in Germany, these beds can be separated & they were shown on the web as such. Anyway, I did inquire about it and also asked instead for a cot. My request was met with a robotic and somewhat rude response, including that it couldn't be done that night (fine) and that we had to prepay, etc. There was no offer of any solution other than read the fine print. ”There are no guarantees on bed configuration” Over and over ”...this is not the policy” blah blah blah with 0 emotion or care. Oh, and they asked if we wanted a blanket to sleep on the 4 foot couch. OK. I received a sheet and when I asked for a pillow, I got a pillowcase. Whatever. Our travel partner ended up booking a separate place. They give you a 4 pg contract to sign all written in German. Sketchy. The beds werelow and somewhat uncomfortable, but we were tired and slept ok. The 1990 east german shower was awkward with shower curtain that sticks to your body & ran out of hot water after person #2. We didn't bother to complain, we knew it wouldn't matter. The washer (kinda the reason we booked this place) did not have instructions, there were no instructions on what to do with garbage or check out, other than be out by 10, or you're charged . We each received 1 bath & 1 hand towel for 3 days. It is customary in Germany, but we did need more and didn't even bother to ask, I didn't even want to see the woman! The Hallways were filthy! The apt, however, was clean. When we left the guy who was somewhat considerate asked us how everything was...I said ”liveable.” Then he asked if there were any lightbulbs out.
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FromSGD 195
Titanic Comfort Mitte
4.4/5130 Reviews
Berlin
|1.09km from downtown
An excellent place to stay right next to the subway stop so very accessible to all parts of the city. Only 2 stops away from Checkpoint Charlie too. Room is very comfortable and cosy. All the staff were friendly and there is a nice bar in the hotel.
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FromSGD 108
Hotel Berlin Köpenick by Leonardo Hotels
4.1/554 Reviews
Berlin
|13.98km from downtown
What did we like? - Location - Friendly staff - Breakfast coffee - EUR 12 per day price for the deep garage - The comfortable beds What did we not like? - The hotel is about 25 years old. You note that. The rooms are simply no longer modern: No safe, no coffee machine, no single shuttle, bathroom with shower hang and washing lines. No cosmetic products (except shower gel, shampoo and soap), although they were advertised. Smooth, thin towels (see photo), no bathroom clothes (though sauna and fitness in the house), no pantoffels. - In the bathroom it smells unpleasant, the completely foolish and sweet ventilation (see photo) makes everything even worse. - We were not told when checking in that you had to order housekeeping extra. Where is that?? But we were promised to switch towels at least, but what didn't happen. The housekeeping ordered for the next day was then rather superficial. Toilet paper was not filled, the empty cosmetic towel box was ignored. - There are no racing options in the garage, nor e-bike loading options. At the reception we were told to take our bikes simply with into the room and load there. We did then. With the bikes through you lobby, in the lift, the long corridor drive along and then from the room. - Breakfast was average. Very much backup and out of large packaging. The chairs in the restaurant are partly flawy and swallowed. Also here you realize the age. - We have tested the restaurant once in the lunch. Quality was ok, but essential ingredients were missing in the ordered salad. ”I think that has forgotten the Azubi in the kitchen.” Everything in all is absolutely not recommended. If I look at the **** Dehoga criteria, they will not be met.
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Gorki Apartments
4.7/559 Reviews
Berlin
|1.2km from downtown
Staying at Gorki Apartments was one of the best experiences we’ve had. The apartment was in a great area. Transport/restaurants at our doorstep. Rooms were a very good size. Highly recommend
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FromSGD 247
Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof
4.5/5123 Reviews
Tiergarten
Berlin
|4.41km from downtown
We arrived to a friendly welcome at this lovely hotel . Excellent room, well appointed with a modern ensuite bathroom . Breakfast was a well laid out buffet with plenty of choice . Staff were once again very friendly and courteous with pots of tea or coffee served at the table . The hotel was well placed for sightseeing Berlin and we would thoroughly recommend it if that is the purpose of your visit . The foyer has a unique and fascinating light display which is a lovely feature to watch in the evening with a quiet drink . We understand that there is a pool and gym facility but unfortunately we didn't have time to visit that section of the hotel during our three night stay .
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Hampton by Hilton Berlin City West
4.3/5109 Reviews
Berlin
|5.61km from downtown
We stayed at this hotel for the Berlin Marathon and were very pleased its everything but the bed. As has been mentioned in other reviews, the mattress is very hard and appears to sit on a platform. I did request a higher floor and a courtyard view, which meant our room was very quiet, as opposed to having the train noise on the other side of the hotel.The room was very clean, as is the entire property, and we liked that it was a little bigger than a lot of the rooms in Europe. An excellent breakfast was served that included a wide assortment of hot and cold breakfast foods. Not your typical American “breakfast included” setup. The property is a short walk from the Zoologischer Garten transportation hub that we used our entire time to get around Berlin. All in all, it was a very nice hotel that I would recommend travelers consider when going to Berlin.
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Moxy Berlin Humboldthain Park
4/541 Reviews
Berlin
|3.58km from downtown
Staff were very helpful and polite. The room was clean and quite spacious. They have a cute bar/ cafe downstairs to chill. Restaurants and cafes are literally 2 mins walk away. A 5-7 mins walk to the mall and metro/ train station. Just one point to highlight, during the night, the area can be poorly lit so single travelers are advised to plan accordingly. Otherwise, no complaints as such!
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FromSGD 132
Mercure Hotel & Residenz Berlin Checkpoint Charlie
4.2/5108 Reviews
Berlin
|1.5km from downtown
The room was spacious and functional, with a neat desk and sofa set, and was equipped with high functionality like a semi-suite room. The location felt inconvenient while I was unfamiliar with the geography, but once I got used to it, both U2 and U6 lines were available, which was very convenient. The breakfast was very good, the quality of the ingredients, the decor of the dining room, the variety of the menu, etc.
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FromSGD 144
The Westin Grand Berlin
4.2/5116 Reviews
Berlin
|1.2km from downtown
Four things to know about this hotel before you book. 1. If you book early you will pay more. 311 euros a night booked three months ahead. 200 euros a night booked three weeks ahead. Look at any booking website. 2. On check-in they take the full amount of your stay from your credit card, plus a 50 euros a day deposit ”in case you use the mini-bar”. (In fact the mini-bar is empty - see photo). This might be a problem if you have credit limit issues. 3. They use sweaty, clammy poly-cotton bed-linen - see photo of label. You cannot change hotels because they have already trousered your money. To sleep properly we had to buy our own fully cotton bed-linen - see photo of receipt. The reason they use poly-cotton is explained on the manufacturer's website: ​”Bed linen must be lightweight...thus allowing staff to work faster....Experience shows that savings of 5 to 10% can be achieved”. Nothing about the comfort of guests. The staff say that all Westin hotels use poly-cotton. Totally unacceptable in a serious hotel and we shall not stay in a Westin hotel again. 4. Because of the hotel's layout, most bedrooms are 50 to 120 meters from the elevators. In the course of a day you can easily walk a kilometre or more to and from your room. In other respects it is well positioned, if you wish to be in Mitte, the breakfast is good, and the staff are professional and helpful to the extent that the chain allows. Garden rooms are a very little bit smaller than rooms on the street, but much quieter and a few have a balcony.
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FromSGD 256
Innside by Meliá Berlin Mitte
4.1/548 Reviews
Berlin
|2.18km from downtown
The bright lights were the two very friendly guys, one slim German (?) at the reception, another bearded German (?) in the bar/restaurant area. The rest (mostly Spanish teenagers it seems) were obnoxious, pulling the plates from under your nose while you are still eating, walking around with a sour face like they own the place (and you should get out of their way). The arrogance we encountered upon our arrival and throughout our stay from the young ladies at the reception was revolting; putting this kind of people at the desk is a fail. Especially because I had to get at least ten times to the reception to activate the cards of our three rooms. They said it was because of proximity to our cell phones, but at least three times our phones were in the (locked) room …. Also one safe was blocked (battery dead, happens, but again making us face those ladies’ utter arrogance). We had three rooms. The cleaning people entered each room while we were still in bed (around 9am each time), in spite of the marker … they tried on other mornings but the door was closed, still quite unnerving to hear someone attempting to get in. Also some older women came to check out the service, just walking in asking if everything is ok… fawlty towers if you are old enough. Our rooms didn’t get cleaned every day, which you simply expect in a 4*, forcing us at some point to go and face the ladies at the reception to beg for towels, because they don’t pick up the phone. We got a commercial geste but rather had had a smooth stay without having to get things fixed or face unfriendliness all the time. I stayed in Melia hotels and this does not live up the chain’s standard. As you will see from my other reviews, I am a positive and constructive traveler. Positive points: location close to the metro; the gin and tonic; the breakfast buffet was very fine, managed by the friendly bearded guy; the slim guy at the reception desk helping us out. They lifted the place up (where the others seriously pulled it down, unfortunately).
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Ibis Berlin Kurfuerstendamm
4.2/5116 Reviews
Schoneberg
Berlin
|4.51km from downtown
I had a nice stay in this hotel. Clean bathroom with everything I needed. Room was big enough, as I was alone. Wifi was working alright for me. Used it on my laptop and phone and had no issues. There were 2 downsides: for me, personally, the bed was way too hard. The first night it felt like I was laying on bricks. During my stay it got better, as I got used to it. The other thing was the airconditioning. As it was a hot period (30+ degrees), I chose this hotel as it had airconditioning. Well, it barely worked. The room thankfully didn't get superhot, because I was able to fully cover the window (so no sun could get in). A positive for me was the breakfast. I usually went around 9 am, and there was plenty of space for me to sit. Also the buffet was being restocked all the time and it got everything I wanted.
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Select Hotel Berlin Spiegelturm
4.4/557 Reviews
Berlin
|13.25km from downtown
By the time this incident happened, I have already completed a 4 days stay in the hotel and was willing to increase my stay. For that purpose, I went to Mrs. Hausweld and asked to please consult the availability and the price of the rooms for extra nights. In response, I was told that the final price, including the city tax for 3 additional nights would be 350 euros with breakfast included. Consequently, I was willing to go along with that reservation and requested to pay by card. Afterward, then Mrs. Hausweld offered me the POS terminal to go along with the payment, and the amount ascended to 419 euros. Due to that unexpected difference, I kindly asked for an explanation and was told that 419 euros were the final price, and if I was not happy with it I would need to leave the hotel immediately. As a result, I kindly refused to pay that amount and asked her to please consult the price for two nights instead of three. In response to that, the front desk manager told me that no more rooms were available for me and that I needed to check out now and leave the hotel. Following that conversation, I went on Booking.com and reserved a room for the same days, without breakfast, and surprisingly rooms were still available. Next, I went to the front desk and asked to please pay for my booking Mrs. Hausweld looked at me in an unfriendly manner and told me she could not find any reservation. After 5 minutes of searching, she could finally open my booking. Then, although I already provided a credit card in my booking, she asked me to show it to her because she was not believing that it was not mine. I answered that the card was in effect mine and offered her to have a look, but it did not have any numbers on it. So she got ahead to request me to write down my credit card details, including the CVV code, on a piece of paper as ”a security”. Afterward, I was asked again by her if I would like breakfast or not, despite I selected the no breakfast option on booking.com. A moment later I was offered the POS terminal to pay by card, which stated an amount 30 euros higher that the price I booked the room for on this site. Due to the reoccurrence of the same, previous situation again, I refused to pay and respectfully asked her why the price was higher again. Mrs. Hauweld answered in a very disrespectful manner that I asked her to have breakfast included and that I was confusing her again. After that situation, I kindly asked them to speak with her supervisor. She answered, that she had no supervisor and was the only person working in the hotel for the whole weekend. That experience left me in complete disbelief of her professionality and her being in that important role in the hotel. However, despite that bad experience with that particular staff member, I would like to note that the other front desk managers were very friendly and helpful at all times.
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FromSGD 91
Ibis Berlin City Nord
3.4/541 Reviews
Berlin
|6.86km from downtown
Express Hotel All room specifications are the same. Breakfast is normal. Those in normal European hotels are slightly simple. Nothing in the room. You need to prepare yourself. The nearest subway station walks for ten minutes. If you go to travel, it is not convenient to take the subway. The subway is a little longer. The surrounding environment is still quiet. It is not the place where the Chinese are getting together. There is an ice cream shop opposite the hotel. 1.2 Euro is delicious. There is also a outside. The atmosphere of the restaurant that eats the steak is very good. Below is the photo of the restaurant. It’s okay to stroll to the subway station. There is a supermarket. You can also go to the subway bus because Berlin’s public transportation is particularly difficult.
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Motel One Berlin-Bellevue
4.2/543 Reviews
Berlin
|3.31km from downtown
The location is great. We walked to many places from the hotel. We also hired bikes from apps which my son loved. The trains and buses are a very short distance. We got everywhere in the city and to Potsdam with great ease. The room was clean, big and comfortable. My only real issue is that the air con doesn’t turn on until summer but it was 23 degrees in April and the room was stuffy. We couldn’t have the window open as we were next to train tracks. The next day staff moved us to a garden room and it was much better. The staff were pleasant and very helpful. We didn’t eat breakfast at the hotel as my son is a fussy eater but the food looked great. The bar area is beautiful and it was nice to relax there after a full day of exploring. We would definitely stay here again.
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FromSGD 108
Hotel Indigo Berlin - KU'Damm
4.4/573 Reviews
Berlin
|5.37km from downtown
Primarily book this hotel as we had a gig at the Olympiastadion ( worth visiting either way , what a stadium) . Anyway the hotel is very convenient to Zoologischer from where you can reach anywhere in Berlin. We have used Indigo elsewhere and they are reliable brand. Hotel room was a bit small but nice bathroom, efficient space and great air con ( was 33deg) . Staff very friendly and breakfast was a real treat with nice garden outside to sit and enjoy. Wee extra was a foot bath ( baby paddling pool) after a long day on the streets. There is a small square close buy with bars and restaurants + bikini mall across the road. If you don’t have much planned West then maybe not ideal location , plus side is your 1st on s-Bahn to airport which gets packed after central station . Enjoy
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FromSGD 113
25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin
4.4/569 Reviews
Tiergarten
Berlin
|4.82km from downtown
Hotel next to Berlin Zoo. The room was very stylish, neat and clean. The minibar was free and German beer was also placed! And the best part is the Jungle Sauna on the upper floor. Self-roasting is possible in the Finnish sauna. Pour water on the stove and adjust it, and a hot sauna is ready! There is a rest space next to the sauna where you can take a shy bath. Sparkling water and German beer were also available. Please note that the sauna is a mixed-gender bath and swimsuits are prohibited. Bath towels are placed in the sauna, so you don't need to bring them from your room. Bathrobes can be borrowed from reception. Stylish hotel, great sauna, friendly staff, everything was great. I will stay at this hotel again when I visit Berlin next time.
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FromSGD 156
Hotel Rossi
4.2/58 Reviews
Berlin
|2.92km from downtown
I chose this hotel for its location, its a 5 minute walk from the main station Hauptbanhof, where all the buses drop off. From Teigel airport I took the TXL bus to the station at a cost of 2.90 euros and door to door was 30 mins in total. Like nearly every hotel I have stayed in there were areas that could do with a lick of paint but on the whole it was a very clean, smart and quiet hotel. Most of the staff at the hotel spoke excellent English and we had a thoroughly enjoyable stay. We elected to have breakfast every day, and the buffet is no longer permitted for obvious reasons. Breakfast comes in 2 courses, initially guests are given a platter of breads, croissants , cheeses, hams along with tea/coffee and juices. This is whilst your remaining breakfast is being prepared, namely eggs, sausages, bacon, or yogurts, fruit and cereals. I was very impressed with breakfast here. The bedroom we had was small but i was aware of this before I booked, but the bed was comfortable and the room was very quiet. There is no safe or fridge, but it does have a TV, but the only English channels i could find were news channels. However I did not come on holiday to watch TV so I was not concerned. The bathroom is small also but the shower is hot and powerful and soap/shampoo and shower gel is provided. The toilet is in the same room so if they both are used at the same time, you have to be very good ”friends ” with your partner if you get my drift. Free wifi is available and the signal was strong and powerful. My only minor criticism and its not the fault of the hotel, is that there are a limited amount of restaurants within walking distance to enjoy an evening out. The station has a lot of fast food outlets but proper restaurants were very scarce.
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