Hotel location is very good, close to the railway station, light rail station, bus station, surrounded by many large and small supermarkets, eating too convenient, what flavors, the museum island walked a few steps, I also came back to take a nap, next time Still living here. For breakfast, it is better to buy sandwiches from the bakery downstairs.
We stayed at Classik Hotel Alexanderplatz for 5 nights and had a great time! Great location, very near to Alexanderplatz, Hackescher Markt, and Museum Island. We stayed on the 4th floor overlooking the inner courtyard. Really nice room, with a gigantic bed and TV. Bathroom was not big but very lovely with good quality fixtures. Staff all very lovely and accommodating. Only points to note were the ongoing work on the facade of the hotel, which obviously can’t be helped and didn’t affect us because of our room location. The hotel room doors and internal doors needed a ‘slam’ to close them properly, which we got used to but nearly left the hotel room door open once or twice. Also a bit of a smell in the corridor - but again, didn’t affect us too much. Overall would recommend, and would stay again!
We booked this Hotel for a weekend get away, a great spot, easy walking distance to the river and all landmarks we wanted to see, the tram stops just outside if you want to venture further afield, the Hotel is spacious, we had a room only deal, one room was a suite style with bedroom and sofa setup and the other was a double and good size, in room safes, great bathrooms and toiletries and hairdryers and good TVs in rooms, we would book again very welcoming and a good price for a room only deal, we grabbed breakfast round the corner at Starbucks near to the railway bridge. Reception has tea and coffee free to take to your rooms, and a small bar area, but get out exploring, you wont be disappointed. a great hotel and in a great location.
I had high hopes for this hotel, the marketing of it certainly sold a unique Berlin experience. The hotel has a few cool quirks to it, with some themed rooms and clever art about the place. It’s also in a great location in central Mitte. …that is the beginning and end of what this hotel has going for it. The check in experience is like amateur hour. They are trying to be innovative by asking guests to use an iPad to check in, but this is all whilst a too-cool-to-help looking staff member sits opposite you at the table looking bored as they wait for you to navigate the German keyboard. Once you’ve overcome that hurdle after a long flight, then comes the guess-work... No hotel tour, no instructions on how to get to our room, no overview of the facilities or information about when breakfast starts and ends. I did notice that when another couple asked about dinner reservation suggestions, they were very helpful and have clearly have done the work digitally, but there isn’t a lot of human-led customer service transcending the digital-physical world. It’s a self serve situation. As others have said, the rooms are basic. No amenities, and our room had a shower fan with dodgy wiring which meant it only turns off when it feels like it. Night 1 was slept with the shower fan running all night as there was no way to turn it off. The toilet also had an annoying loud click sound constantly when the light was on, like a faucet trying to run without water. The “rooftop bar” as they have described it is actually a roof top terrace (which is nice) with a sign that says to contact reception to order your drinks. There is one lift to service the entire property, this includes housekeeping. On one day we were waiting for the lift with the housekeeping staff and their linen trolleys. Whilst we did arrive a few moments after the housekeeping staff ordered the lift, they still pushed ahead of us, holding the lift to fill it with their linen trolleys and again when they got to their destination. As I said earlier, customer service isn’t on the cards at this hotel. All in all, it was a clean room with a bed, reasonably well sound proofed from the road outside, and well located. That’s it.
Casa Camper Berlin is a popular choice amongst travelers in Berlin, whether exploring or just passing through. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. To be found at the hotel are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, air conditioning to ensure a restful night. Take a break from a long day and make use of fitness center, sauna. For reliable service and professional staff, Casa Camper Berlin caters to your needs.
This is a lovely hotel in a great location, close to museum island and shops/restaurants- all walking distance. The rooms are small but tidy and well done. The bathrooms are equally stylish with Molton Brown soaps/lotions. Best of all the lobby/ adjoining breakfast and bar area are spacious and full of interesting local art. There is a fireplace for evening drink and the breakfast is delicious. The hotel front desk staff was responsive to any and all requests. A great and reasonable choice for Berlin
Nook is a hotel chain that provides studios for travelers. This particular one was in a great location in Mitte, Berlin. Though it's quite in the thick of things, it's actually on a quiet street. I was able to walk to all the major attractions and also found lots of places close by to either get a bite, coffee, or purchase food. The street itself has some important pieces of German history, including Sophienkirche, which Martin Luther King, Jr. visited in 1964; a Jewish cemetery; and The Missing House. Though this was in some ways beyond the control of the host, I do want to note that the walls of the studios are paper-thin. There was an unruly family on my floor whose child kept screaming at the top of his lungs out of anger over something. The family also kept slamming doors and cabinetry quite early in the morning. I immediately wrote to Nook, and it turned out that none of their staff were actually on hand to deal with the matter. All this said, I really did have a good stay at this facility and can recommend it to others. Just maybe bring earplugs!
First and most importantly (for me), the room was very clean and quiet. Other pros: Friendly, helpful staff and fantastic location. The cons: The rooms are UNBELIEVABLY small. I am from NYC and have travelled to many large cities on a budget--so I know all about small spaces. This place was over the top. We literally could barely maneuver ourselves around. We didn't even have the smallest room in the hotel--we stayed in a ”superior room.” And yes, we got a good price, but I don't feel that we got a ”great value”--especially since this is Berlin and not London, Tokyo, etc. Whenever I travel to Europe, I check with hotels in advance to make sure that their large beds are not actually just 2 small beds pushed together. I forgot to do that for this trip, and sure enough that's what we got. Luckily, the staff was able to find us another room that had a normal bed with no fuss. They were really lovely about it. Be sure to make your needs known in advance if you choose to stay here. Another thing that made the room weirdly uncomfortable was the lighting. Suffice it to say that unless the blinds were open, you can't see much of anything, and even getting the lights on and off required this bizarre system that was just really annoying.
There is a big fish tank, I think it's a bit interesting. I stayed in Berlin for a day, and there was nothing wrong with it. I think I can live. There is a subway station nearby and I don't know if it's the train station.
These spacious, serviced apartments in Berlin’s popular Hackescher Markt area are just a 10-minute walk from Alexanderplatz and Prenzlauer Berg. They include free Wi-Fi and a free takeaway breakfast.All of the brightly furnished apartments at Flower′s Boardinghouse Mitte have a fully equipped kitchen, TV and DVD player. Each apartment is individually designed.Every morning, free takeaway coffee, tea and croissants are available at Flower’s reception. Guests will find many restaurants, boutiques, museums and art galleries nearby.Hackescher Markt Train Station is only a 4-minute walk from Flower’s Apartments. Weinmeisterstra?e Underground Station is a 2-minute walk away.
I think the cleanliness is OK, 15 minutes walk from the subway station. It’s good to have a drink with friends in the evening. It’s a bit unhappy. The room doesn’t have a hot water bottle. I can’t make my own milk tea. I’ll call one and say that I’m not going to go downstairs.
The hotel is okay overall, in the Siemens town, next to the subway. Not too much service, some at the front desk are good, some are not smiling, but also charge extra for breakfast. Later, I will go to the exhibition and change places.
Location is awesome. It's almost like living in a park atmosphere. Lots of walking trails nearby, close to downtown and most of the major tourist attractions, but still in a quiet area. Public transit is readily available (bus stop right across the street, and several trams within short walking distance). Front desk staff were incredible throughout our 5-day stay there -- from check-in to check out. As we were in Germany to assist a family member, ours was more like a working holiday than a relaxing one and although our personal circumstances were seemingly constantly in flux, the staff were EXTREMELY courteous and helpful in adapting our reservations several times. The hotel is very clean and well-maintained. There is a nice beer garden in the back where you can get an early start on ”the German experience”, but don't worry about all-night partying or rowdiness...it closes around 9:00 p.m. so, even though we had a room right above it, the noise was never an issue. Rooms are well-soundproofed so getting a good night's sleep was never a problem either. I would give this place more stars if possible, primary due to the outstanding staff and service provided during our stay. This will definitely be our ”go-to” place whenever we are in Berlin.
Really enjoyed staying at this hotel. Great room with comfortable bed and pillows. Easy walk from central train station. Free tea and coffee every morning. It's right next to a supermarket so you can get your own breakfast.
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
The hotel is very good, the room is large and the breakfast is very good. It is very clean inside. That is, the surrounding may be new, a little deserted, and go out to meet, because I met a deep well ice tramp to grab the phone. But the hotel is really very good!
The location is good, it is very convenient to go to various attractions, and you can walk or take public transportation. Shopping around is very convenient. Reception front desk and doorman service are very good and very polite. The hotel's decoration style is more ancient, and it doesn't matter if it is different from person to person. It is difficult to comment. What the individual doesn't like is the breakfast mode provided by the hotel. The buffet style on the table is only a small variety of bread, butter, cheese, sliced meat, a little fruit, a little juice and so on. Any omelet or egg, or sausage, or hot vegetables, must be ordered in a variety of language menus provided by a single door. Although the speed of serving after ordering is OK, the taste is average and even disappointing. The taste of the drink is average. The overall feeling of the hotel's breakfast quality is not worth the price it sells. In particular, if you are accustomed to eating a self-service rich breakfast, you may not be able to adapt to this breakfast mode.
This is a fabulous base for your stay in Berlin, located in a vibrant part of the city close to public transport. I almost didn’t book here because of the very equivocal recent reviews - I’m so glad I looked passed those reviews, noting that Booking.com rates the hotel at 8.6, which is excellent. Let’s start with all the negative comments on TripAdvisor that have been made about this place which are simply NOT true in my experience. 1. All the windows are double glazed, and our apartment on level 4 had direct line of sight to the train station. Not a single train screech or vehicle noise did we hear. These rooms are super quiet. 2. Yes, this is a self service hotel. PIN code for building and room entry, WhatsApp help if things go wrong. Although there was a staff member at the reception desk when we arrived, we did not expect anyone to be available. Everything worked as anticipated. Flawless. 3. The Intimate Suite that we booked for 10 days was considerably larger than expected - one large living space with a sofa, dining table and four chairs, mini built-in desk, open balcony with metal table and chair, small kitchenette and adequate sized bedroom with closet and safe. High ceilings made the space feel voluminous and light. People need to simply make sure they are booking the appropriate sized room - like in any hotel. Don’t choose tiny and cheap if you want space to swing the cat. 4. There is no servicing of the room / apartment during your stay. This is made clear on the website. People who complain about this simply didn’t read the hotel conditions on the Numa website. Extra towels and toilet rolls are available in the laundry room if you need them. 5. Admittedly the kitchenette is small and the layout a little perplexing. The microwave on a shelf above head height is an obvious health and safety issue and would not be permitted in many jurisdictions. There is no toaster and limited bench space. There is a mini bar style fridge, ceramic cooktop, sink, cooktop exhaust, Nespresso machine and a few basic crockery and cutlery items, as well as a frypan and cooking pot. OK, you’re no going to cook the family Sunday roast dinner for 10 in this kitchenette; there are gazillions of nearby restaurants for that. 6. Although there is one washer and one dryer for the building, it is operated by the WeWash app, where you can book your time. Super convenient and the hotel provides free laundry detergent. Wash costs €2.50 and dryer €2.00. We didn’t have a problem using the washer and dryer when we wanted. The dials on both machines are in German, but the QR code on the wall with the instructions for use also provides the user manual in multiple languages. Extra stars ⭐️ for this hotel: The hotel air-con worked a treat during the 35C days - unlike a few previous hotels in Scotland and Norway that struggled under the strain of lesser temperatures. Nearby (50 meters, open till 10pm) Lidl supermarket has everything you need - food, booze, toiletries.
The location of the hotel is very good, with a subway/tram station next to it, and convenient transportation.
There are many shopping shops nearby, and it is not far from the Haak Market. It is very convenient to eat, drink and play.
The room is large, there is a hidden induction cooker, and there are kitchen utensils in the cabinet, which is very suitable for friends who want to cook for themselves.
I really like the washing and care products in the room. The soap is black, which is very special.
I am a guest of your's. I am very happy here. I sing highly of your service.
First of all, the hotel is so beautiful. It looks like a garden. I enjoy it.
Then, foods are delicious and some of them are amazing. Most important reason
is that the bed is so big and soft that I don't want to get up every morning.
It's wonderful here. I can't believe it that I must leave. I want to live here
again if I come to this city again.Thank you.Sincerely yours a guest.
We always tend to stay here when in Berlin as the location is perfect for the gay area. Hotel staff are very friendly & accommodating. Room was warm & comfy but some of the furnishings are looking a little outdated now. Cleaner didn’t automatically come every day which was disappointing - no doubt another ridiculous Covid19 rule. The fridges with minibar seem to have been removed from the room which is a little annoying - shall we blame covid19 for that too?! The hotel also expects you to wear face masks which is a bit unnecessary as you can walk round any bar, restaurant, or shopping centre now without the need for a mask. I don’t blame the staff In the hotel for this rule but the company needs to get a grip & realise that most travellers are fully vaccinated now. How else could we have got to Germany in the first place? Having said that, we would stay here again as overall the facilities & location are good.
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.
It is a suburb of Berlin, but in fact, it takes 30 minutes to get to the most central area of Berlin by tram. The hotel is about 2 minutes from the tram station, and the tram runs until 12 o'clock in the evening. Compared with the price, the price is very high. The hotel room is also large, with 3 beds, perfect for families with children.
I have seen many hotels in Berlin and this one is by far the cleanest/most hygenic one! Especially now during Corona times, they literally send their cleaning team to sanitize door handles etc. every hour and they have a full no-contact check-in and check-out system that works by a telephone service that is always there for you. The cozy rooms and excellent location at Rosethaler Platz makes the stay just perfect. A secret tip: ask for one of their ”signature rooms”, created by local Berlin artists (no additional costs charged). Definitely a recommendation for everyone!
The whole building is the first time the youth hostel of the hostel has seen it. I felt a mixed room for eight people. People from various countries came in and said hi without chatting, like five girls and three boys. After check-in, you have to pick up your pillowcase and sheets by yourself across from the elevator. The eight-person room has storage boxes under the bed, as well as its own locker. The public bathroom is fairly clean
Because we are two girls to go to Berlin to play, so it is quite important to stay safe. The location of this home is very good, there are subways, supermarkets, commercial streets, and Chinese restaurants (the reviews are quite high, but I did not eat). It can be considered as a quiet place. The hotel is quiet near the hotel. It will go back around 11:00 in the middle of the night. There will be no strange people wandering around. But after a five-minute ten minute walk to the commercial street, curry36 also has a branch there. The hotel looks like it will be after 3 pm, but you can leave your luggage in advance. A credit card guarantee is required before check-in, and if not, a debit card is also available. The English at the front desk is also good. (In addition, the iced peach steam in the lobby is very good) I live like a suite, 59 flat. Is the entrance to the living room? There is a sofa TV or something, going inside is a bed, a wall behind the bed is a table, you can make tea or coffee. The wardrobe is also over there. Overall it feels quite big, there are two bathrooms, the shower and the bathtub are separated in the bathroom. (The only downside is that the bath water is easy to overflow, and the bathroom is a wooden floor. It takes a long time to step on it. It feels a bit uneven.) Breakfast did not eat, so I don't know, the overall is a good hotel, not expensive, the service is not bad.
The hotel is located on the luxury street of Berlin. There are various big-name and traditional German brands, as well as general department stores such as Kadiwei, and also direct stores of Apple and Tesla. Shopping is very good. Go to Charlotten. The Fort Palace is also very close, but the facilities are a bit old.
The position is quite far from everything. The staff ( a guy ) was not really friendly. I asked for information for the metro and he told me to look for on my iPhone . When I checked out he did everything looking at his mobile phone and he never told me goodbye when I left . The bedroom was very little.
The location of this hotel is good. There are two Chinese restaurants nearby. Go right and turn left. The first owner of the restaurant called Green Restaurant is more enthusiastic. The front one seems to be Cantonese. KADEWE Shopping The mall is about 10 minutes walk away; it needs to be emphasized: the hotel room is small, Wifi can only connect one device at a time, the speed is normal, the room just entered the moldy smell, originally wanted to change the room, the next day tastes slightly Better; convenient transportation, a few hundred meters in the vicinity is U BUS station or 100/200 station; next time it is estimated that this hotel will not live, because of the taste of the room, wifi, and cost. If there is no special requirement for taste and WiFi, this location hotel is worth considering.
Great traditional European hotel Hygienic negligence Improved with complaints and apologize promptly to remedy. Unique geographical location, historical heritage, is the legendary name of the hotel industry, the only.
If you spend the night in this city, it's a great hotel. The location is very good, the surroundings are very quiet, and there are very good restaurants nearby. If you had stayed here, you would not have chosen another hotel.
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.
A great hotel in a central location. The breakfast was great, although the atmosphere was pretty noisy taking into account the huge number of people staying at the hotel. The only disadvantage is that for parking I was not able simply to drive into the parking garage, although it says that no prior reservation is needed, so I suppose I had to call the hotel in advance and tell them I'm coming with a car. So I would advise Ctrip to update this part of the information. Nevertheless, if you want to pay 10€ instead of the 22€ a day for parking in the hotel's parking garage, you can consider the parking area at Gleisdreieck, which is around 5 minutes on foot from the hotel.
Front office needs training. Urgently. When I arrive at the reception, I expect 3 things: 1) a smile, 2) ”welcome”, 3) explanation of all the hotel services. (I won't go so far as to push for a ”Thank you for your loyalty”.) None of this was provided. Check-in was rushed and chaotic. I didn't feel welcome at all. My status was also ignored and the welcome drink voucher wasn't prepared, I had to ask for it. In a 5-star hotel? Terrible first impression. Embassy room far too small for the price and with no functioning A/C. It was like a sauna! I don't care if it was unusually hot in Berlin, I expect a full functioning A/C in a luxury hotel. When I asked for the room to be cooled down, because I thought I was doing something wrong, I got a fan. A nice gesture, but a bad sign, indicating that the A/C isn't really working. In an extremely expensive 5-star hotel?! Bed too hard, I had to ask for a mattress topper. The receptionist didn't understand what I was talking about, so I left a note to the housekeeping team. When I asked her for the pillow menu, something I expect in a luxury hotel, the same receptionist asked me what kind of pillow I wanted. How can I say if I don't see the pillow menu?! I guess it doesn't exist? In the end I just asked for a feather pillow. Of course, I didn't get it. I guess they don't have feather pillows at this supposedly 5-star hotel. I could go on... Breakfast, again, not worthy of a 5-star hotel. The a la carte menu is so short that I couldn't believe my eyes! And why was there no buffet on Sunday? Buffet is supposedly served on weekends. Let me guess, a la carte breakfast costs the hotel less? The staff at breakfast were very nice though. They should switch places with the receptionists, to be honest. I was very unlucky in that I dealt with the same receptionist every time. An incredibly cold person who has no place working in the hospitality industry. She didn't even ask me whether everything was OK at check-out. That was probably smart as she would have got an earful. Good things about this hotel are the location next to Tiergarten and the welcome amenity was very nice. The building itself is beautiful but a grand exterior and a spiral staircase do not a 5 star hotel make. The service was so disappointing that I couldn't believe it. At 450 EUR a night, this is an incredible insult. I will never return. I am aware of the staff shortages and all the challenges the hotel industry is facing, but if you're going to charge so much money, I expect to get my money's worth. All in all, an incredible disappointment. In conclusion, the impression I got is that this hotel only cares about your money and not your satisfaction.
Hotel room was small and clean. Great quiet location.Large reception area. Will stop there again without hesitation. Will never book through Trip.com again. Both flights were cancelled. Ryan Air informed us for the departure so we changed to the night before arriving late and extra nights accommodation needed. The app still has us flying on the original date. The return flight was cancelled and the app stated we were checked in and even gave details of check in gate. This meant another night in a hotel and hundreds of pounds extra to fly the next morning. The app is useless. Book direct with the airline and watch Google as it steers you towards Trip.com automatically. The helpline does not answer the phone. Generic answers are useless just like Trip.com Please publish this!
We spent 3 days at Gorki last week, slightly early Valentine’s trip. We love it as it’s just easy here, spacious apartment, clean, modern, great location and in one of the best cities in world! We cooked one day and ate out the rest of the time. With so many bars and restaurants within walking distance, you are spoilt for choice! Regarding the review below, not sure what that’s about, we’ve never had any issues, hence our third visit and not our last. Also, we just loaded the dishwasher ourself, we didn’t need the room attendant to do it! Love the personal service too, when we booked our visit, Constance messaged me the list of rooms to choose from, from the category we had booked. This was great as each apartment is different, no 2 are exactly the same. We are working our away across the different categories :) We asked for a late check out and were told it was €50, we declined that, but we were able to stay in the room until 1pm. We’ll be back in the summer, see you then!
The hotel room is very large, the design must be beautiful, and the breakfast is also very delicious. It's a typical American breakfast. It's very good to have a menu to order according to your taste. The house has a sofa. It's very considerate to have a waiter come to the room to open the sofa and put it on. Beautiful surroundings of the hote
The hotel close to city center and to railway station lies in a perfect location, offers valet service for parking! the personnel is extremely friendly, helpful and professionally working. I got a quiet room with zircon, which is necessary on hot days in German summer. Breakfast was fine!
This place is clearly a Five Star Plus Hotel, and for a comparably low price!