Ku'damm 101 Hotel in Berlin turned out to be a great choice. Stayed there only one night :(. Great location, tons of shops around as well as restaurants. Stores are closed on Sundays. Nice surroundings. Huge room, very clean, quiet, beautiful bedding. Buses just steps away. Next time definitely stay at Ku'damm Hotel, hopefully for longer.
"Lovely hotel just a short train ride from the city"
Accidentally booked this one instead of another one in the chain, but it was only about 200 metres away, so it was fine. Really nice place, easy to find, lovely rooms. Only thing was that for a couple of days they didn't give me any towels, but I just used my own. Overall great experience!
Overall was a very nice stay at the hotel. The bed was very comfy and the room was very clean and basic. Was a good 25 minutes walk to Berlin Zoo so in the end got the underground everywhere which was easy and cheap.
Eight-storey hotel located south-west of the city centre, within six kilometres of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag …More
I travelled with my young son (nearly 14). We decided to travel by train from airport to the hotel. It worked out cheaper (14Euros compared to 45Euros by taxi) - one change over and close to destination, our hotel. Beautiful weather as we wanted to hire bikes from the hotel and travel the city on it. This was a good transport for us and fairly safe for sightseeing and stopovers, catching up with friends in the city. We did the canal run, close to the large park. It is interesting and a great way to view the city on bikes. As we had cycled a long way out towards the main city from the hotel, we could get back on the train in the evening with our bikes was a positive. Just make sure you buy a separate ticket for bikes, and being mindful that not all stations yet accommodate easy access (walkway) to carry bikes around on the station and on trains. However, we always found very helpful locals to direct us when we pulled out our paper maps! Wonderful experience overall and could have done with few more extra days.
The staff at this hotel really went out of the way to make sure we had a pleasant stay. They were very lovely people. Anything I needed was quickly provided, and they were able to help us secure a discounted rate at a local gym! While the hotel does offer free wifi, it is incredibly slow, and if you want to check your emails more than once, chances are you will end up paying 8 euro for their faster bandwidth. The closest U station won't actually get you to most of the touristy spots in Berlin, and you will have to change trains, which can be confusing. That being said, most trips only took 10-15 minutes, and they do provide transit maps at the hotel.
Bed was comfortable. Room clean and tidy. Next door to a kindergarten so if you're around after 9am then expect shrieking and screaming but it is kids being kids. Didn't find the staff very friendly....didn't even lift up their heads when I came in through the front door. I am coeliac and they were unable to cater for my dietary requirements so didn't have breakfast there.
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.