Arrived later than expected due to problem getting a taxi at Tegel flugplatz.It was probably down to Germany spanking Brazil in the World Cup 2014 (7-1) and everyone watching /listening to the football! Single Rooms were big enough and bathroom spotless- could have eaten your meals off the floor. Bed very comfy. Did not try catering but bar average for hotel and proximity. But found a "local" bar within 10 mins walk of hotel where treated like locals.not auslanders.
Traveller from Manchester,England
Eight-storey hotel located south-west of the city centre, within six kilometres of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag …More
We had a twin room with an amazing room, and the room was lovely. The staff were helpful, polite very polite, and also sell the Berlin Welcome Cards.
I have 3 negative points, the breakfast buffet was 12 euro per person, per morning, which is expensive if you're there a week, parking is also 12 euros per day, however it's located in a quiet car park adjoined behind the hotel with barriers, so secure and safe, the final negative point I have is that there was only one English channel, which repeated the same programs constantly, and we could not get the subtitles to work on any of the channels, it's not a big deal but a small comfort nevertheless.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay here and would book again, if we stayed in West Berlin.
Hotel seems that was renewed few time ago. Even the fournitures are all new! I liked a lot the heated floor in the bathroom. I had no time to take tyhe breakfast, so i can not say much abput it. The only remark was regarding the wifi connection that was free only for 30min. For me stay connected is needed to better enjoy the city and attractions,
Part of the borough of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf since 2001, Wilmersdorf offers visitors a quiet option in the heart of Berlin. Boasting a variety of cafes and restaurants, the neighborhood is also home to the Kirche am Hohenzollernplatz. This iconic church is considered one of the finest examples of Brick Expressionism and its striking design has earned it the nickname God's Powerhouse.