Hotels Near Beth Cafe In Berlin
0.21km from Beth CafeJust left this hotel and have to say it was a lovely place to stay. I would rather stay at a boutique smaller hotel than a large corporate and this really fit the bill. The rooms and the whole hotel were immaculately clean and the staff were extremely pleasant and very helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them. Very good location and on a quiet street. We were on the 5th floor overlooking the courtyard and it was very quiet. The room was excellent and had all amenities needed and were very good size. Beds were very comfortable and bathroom was great. (Shower was very big!!). Lots of places to visit close by and many choices of restaurants. Would highly recommend and will definitely return on our next visit to Berlin.
0.22km from Beth CafeI stayed with my son (14) and daughter (12) in a 3 bedded room on the 4th floor during half term. Having 3 separate beds was the most important reason for choosing the hotel and also the price was very attractive too - the children were very pleased to have free wifi! It was ideal for us - as we spent all day sightseeing and then returned in the evening to a comfortable bed and then had a good continental breakfast the following day. Our room (420) was very quiet and warm. Although the room overlooked a courtyard with hotel rooms opposite it did not feel intrusive as when we were in the room it was dark and we closed the curtains. All the staff (including reception, breakfast room and cleaners) were helpful and polite. The hotel is ideally located just by the Oranienburger S-bahn station, 2 stops from the Brandenburg gate and walkable distance to Museum island. On the last day we left our luggage in the locked, luggage room as our return flight wasn't until the evening. I would happily recommend this hotel/hostel and I'm already checking out which other cities to visit that have a Meininger hotel. Also, I would recommend getting the BVG app which makes getting around Berlin using public transport very easy.
0.23km from Beth CafeGreat location! Easy access from the train station, just a 2 minute walk. Very close to many tourist attractions. Clean and fitting for solo travelers. I would definitely stay here again if I visit Berlin again.
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0.36km from Beth CafeThis is a lovely hotel and I stayed here for eight nights at the end of July 2019. The friendly and professional reception staff mostly spoke excellent English and I felt like I should have been more adept at using German. The bight light rooms at the front have floor to ceiling windows, huge curtains and nets. The beds are comfortable with a single cover for each person. There's a desk space and plenty of plug sockets (outlets) for devices. The only down side for me is that the bath and sink are within the main area of the bedroom so you have to be pretty comfortable if you are sharing the room and there's was a separate toilet in the room. The friendly room cleaning teams said Hallo every morning and I only needed the room cleaning every two or three days. The air cooling unit was set to 15c most of the time and its smooth sounds helped me sleep well while it was between 19 and 34c outside. Location wise there are five or six places to eat in the immediate part of thee street for lunch and dinner and even a friendly cafe nearby should you not wish to have the breakfast at the hotel. Would stay again any time!
0.36km from Beth CafeThis hotel has good location, close to the center and transport. Very friendly staff with excellent service. Good price and comfortable bed. High ceiling, quiet street. We recommend this hotel strongly.
0.4km from Beth CafeIt was the first time I stayed at an Amano Hotel. As it only opened in summer 2019 all was very new and in good condition.I learned about the hotel as I visited the restaurant Joseph before. Delicious, I can just recommend it. Although it was winter I liked the courtyard where you can sit during the summer months for a drink. Staff is very nice. Some constructive feedback, as a regular traveler: - It needs light in the wardrobe especially as the room is designed to be very dark. It needs to have an automatic light that turns on once you open it - Bathroom Mirror needs to be heated as after a shower the mirror is steamed up. When opening the bathroom door it does not stay open so that is not an option - Smoking Bar: I learned during my visit that the smoking law in Berlin bars has changed, when you do not serve food and you are allowed to smoke. When you only have one hotel bar it do not find this good. International guests are used to non smoking bars so even external guests shall be fine with it. You should consider if being a smoking or non smoking bar brings you more revenue. We for example went to another bar as we did not wanted to be in a smoking bar. - Air conditioning: Not strong enough, I do not want to stay in this hotel when it is summer. Although you can open the window, internationally seen not everyone likes to sleep with an open window. Also considering the noise level from the courtyard when people are sitting there during the warmer summer months or even now in winter I heard some people. Also the rooms facing to the main street, you do not like to sleep with an open window. - Bed sheets: Personally I did not like the quality, it was not very soft. But I know that is the difference to a 5 star hotel. :-) Other people may not comment on that -no mini bar / no complimentary water on arrival in the room: Maybe I could have asked for it but I think at least for arrival it will be nice to have 1-2 bottles depending on the occupancy in the room. Breakfast buffet was very nice and they offer you egg dishes a la carte. You also have an option for a small breakfast shall you only like to grab a coffee and croissant. Generally, we were happy with the hotel the value for money was ok. We went in low season, in higher season I would probably be not willing to pay more considering the points above that are important for me to have the best comfort.
0.4km from Beth CafeOur family stayed at the Honigmond Hotel for three nights between Christmas and New Year. The apartment on the third floor was very spacious with two huge bedrooms (1 x large king in one room and 2 x single in the other room) and a large living room with 6 seat dining room table. Kitchen has two hot plates, fridge and eating utensils. Cool interior design based on period features with inviting lobby to enjoy a beer or coffee. Quiet location only a 15 minute walk to the action. Great public transport including tram and train around a 5 minute walk. Staff are friendly and helpful but unobtrusive. Would love to stay there again for longer next time.
0.42km from Beth CafeI was there for a one week event, a seminar followed by a board meeting and I and my roommate had enough stuff packed in our luggage for all occasions. However, when we got to our room, we discovered the storage space lacked shelves, both in the two little closets and in the night stands. minimalist is not the design I am looking for in a bedside table far from home.We were gklad to have a safe, but it was put back so for in the top of a closet that I had to climb on a chair (it would have been an itheresting lawsuit, if I had fallen and decided to sue the hotel for damages) to reach it to put my valuables in. My taller companion could just about reach the safe, but could not see the buttons well enough back there in the dark, to efficiently lock and unlock it! The desk was almost big enough for our two laptops, but was too high to comfortably use them, there was no drawer or shelf under the raised surface to put books and papers away when not using them. The desk chair was "cheap" and as uncomfortable a seat as I could imagine for sitting at the desk. The light switch to the bathroom was placed behind the open bathroom door so that it could not be easily accessed (especially not by right handers) when going in and out of the room. The bathroom itself did not have any good rods for hanging up the fluffy towels, just little protrusions that barely kept the towels up. The little knobs for the hand towels were both on the same side of the sink, so that the towels for the two different guests were crowded and difficult for each to access easily. If knobs, then one knob on each side of the sink might have been better. The bathroom also had no storage space for cosmetic and toiletry bags, but barely enough space on the counter for a glass with a toothbrush on one side and a few more things on the other. The shower was the tightest I have ever encountered. Now I know what caged laying hens feel like in close confinement and why the EU had to step in so they, at least, could turn around. When we turned around we were knocking into the faucet or the shower door knobs. The meeting room for the board meeting was set up for lecture-listening rather than round table discussion. But one of the worst features of the meeting rooms Finkenwald were the reluctance of the projector to receive data from laptops of the various presenters (much time was lost to that, trying to get PowerPoints and documents up on the screen, and then, changing transmitter from laptop to laptop, loosing sevaral minutes - sometimes even a quarter of an hour - trying to coax information onto the screen). The other issue was the tendency of the microphones to poop out in the middle of the afternoon, leaving people in the back of the room unable to hear the procedings. Replacement mikes also tended to faint after an hour or two of use. The employees were mostly friendly and helpful, but the food service staff was pretty inflexible. The food very good, if always luke warm rather than
0.51km from Beth CafeI stayed here for 4 nights the week leading up to the CV shutdown. This was easy to find a matter of metres from the rosenthaler plaza underground station. It’s a matter of a ten minute brisk walk into Alexanderplatz so is a central location for walking and getting to all the relevant attractions and stations from the hotel. The hotel itself is lovely, it has a great welcome with staff speaking very good English and pleasant with it. It did not appear to be that busy as the CV may of had something to do with that being an issue all over the city. The rooms are on 7 floors with an average of 9 rooms per floor. They are perfect for a short stay like we were doing. Air con, mini bar, table and chair, a fresh supply of toiletries daily etc. The beds were very comfortable albeit that’s a personal thing, freshly made each day and clean with a modern feel in the room. The room and hotel in general has a diverse arty feel with pictures like I have shown in the foyer of the reception area. We did not eat in the hotel and can’t comment on the food etc however it was always full and busy which says a lot of locals are making the effort to eat here. All in all the hotel was a fabulous location with great helpful staff and fantastic rate paid for the quality we received. I would certainly stay here again and entertain the other hotels the group have one being directly around the corner from this one. A clean a well respected establishment and would recommend this to you all. You get your moneys worth with a little diverse art thrown in. Go for it you won’t regret it.
0.51km from Beth CafeIts actually an apartment cum hotel. We are very happy with our stay, travelled with family, arrived bit early on our day, front office personnel were extremely courteous to make us sit in the reception and room was ready by 30 min. Spacious, nice, clean apartment with all required amenities. The apartment rooms are within a residential complex with a separate entrance and through reception both. Breakfast was superb with lot of choices. The place has nearby supermarkets and metro station within few minutes of walk. There is a lovely children park at 50 meter which was enjoyable for my young ones. The Berlin wall memorial was also very nearby next to the end of the park. We enjoyed our stay and for sure would like to come back here
0.57km from Beth CafeI spent a lot of time researching the accommodation for our four night stay in Berlin. I was very keen to stay in the Hackescher Markt area as I knew there would be plenty of good places to eat and transport connections would be easy. I was slightly concerned at some of the more negative reviews, but I was pretty confident Frederics would be the right choice for us. Our L apartment (409) had a fabulous long balcony and the fine bright weather allowed us to sit out with a drink. Ours overlooked the Große Hamburgerstraße side of the apartments. Down below we had a choice of restaurants on both sides. On our street side there was Creasian and Pulcinella, both already reviewed on TA. Along the road we went to Factory Girl for breakfast and used the supermarket along the road not far after the Sophienkirche. On Saturday we found streetfood at the nearby Hackescher Markt. Our room was well designed and the beds were comfortable. There was plenty of storage and a small dining table as well as an easy chair. Our daughter's bed was also comfortable and more than adequate as an extra bed. Use of the kitchenette costs 30 Euro a day. We were well aware of this and chose not to avail ourselves of it. There is an oven/grill, mini hob, dishwasher and fridge. There is no cleaning on short stays and that suited us too. Robes and quality towels are provided and in the bathroom there was a large cubicle with a fantastic rainfall shower. Nice shampoo/soap/handwash is provided at the sink and in the shower. There is a flatscreen telly, but few English channels. We reached Frederics so easily from Tegel airport using the bus to the stop beyond Hauptbahnhof and then taking the M5 tram to Monbijouplatz. The apartment door is under 80m away. We had the 5 day Welcome Card and hopped on/off all the various modes of transport in the area. So convenient in all respects. Check in was efficient and we were delighted our room was ready way ahead of 3pm. Check out is 11am and the friendly staff looked after our bags ahead of our evening flight. Highly recommended as a super base in Berlin.
0.58km from Beth CafeWe visited Hotel Aquino and stayed for 4 nights in Berlin.The hotel is a great location with only a 5-10 minute walk from the central train station and plenty of nearby restaurants. The beds were super comfy and the small balcony allowed us to open the door and get a proper breeze when it was hot outside. We loved that there was a fridge and popped to Lidl about a 5 minute walk again to get some breakfast bits and picnic pieces for Potsdam. Everything in the room was clean and the shower was excellent! The only thing I would note is that the hospital is just around the corner which we didn't realise. This didn't bother us, but if you are a light sleeper and looking for a daytime nap, the sirens for ambulances are very frequent - though the hotel itself was quiet..
Hotels Near Beth Cafe In Berlin Review
Breakfast is okay, but it is still more monotonous than the domestic hotel. The location is very good, the entrance is the Potsdamer Platz, there is also a subway station, the Brandenburg Gate, the Parliament Building, the Berlin Shopping Center are very close, and there is a Mobai at the door, very convenient. There are also other companies sharing bicycles with children's seats, but the QR code can't be scanned. I don't know how to use them, but the hotel has a bicycle with a child seat for rent, 30 euros a day, 15 euros a day. To the northwest of the hotel is a large Tiergarten park, which is in a good environment with trees, grass and water.
Stayed here back in December last year, for a long weekend for the christmas markets before all the covid stuff had kicked off. We had hoped to return this year but due to the ongoing pandemic, its probably going to be 2022 now. The hotel is located in the East of the city. We flew in Tegel and found it a long , inconvenient journey but our return flight wasout of SXF which was much more convenient so the hotel will be pretty convenient for the new Berlin airport which opens soon. The lobby was spacious, trendy and contemporary as were the guest rooms. Our room was quiet though 2 of the lads we were travelling with had rooms overlooking a trainline, so request rooms away from trains. Beds were exceptionally comfortable and we slept well . Everything felt very clean. We booked a hotel with spa facilities so had been expecting an indoor pool! disappointed that there was not one in the hotel however they did have a really relaxing spa area that had a hot whirlpool aswell as the usual saunas , so that was a nice way to chill out in the evenings after a long, cold day in Berlin! Please note however, its strictly trunks off. You have to use the area completely naked , which they say is for hygiene reasons. Although this was a little out of my comfort zone it did not detract us from enjoying the facility, I felt more embarrassed about my friends who i was travelling with having to see me naked though since we were sharing rooms we all owned up to sleeping naked anyway which no longer made it a big deal but for some guests particularly ladies it might be out of your comfort zone, so just making you aware, as its a mixed sex facility though was mainly men the two occasions that we used it which made it a little less awkward!. Breakfast was an extensive buffet which is free and had a great selection of hot and cold food that we thought was above average for a hotel buffet. Its very accesible for getting into alexanderplatz on the tram. Berlin is one of our favorate European cities, its cool, quirky and there is so much to see and do at anytime of the year. This is a great hotel and we look forward to another long weekend once all this horrible covid stuff is over. Staying safe and positive for now because we know that one day we will travel again!!!
I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights on a city break. The hotel itself was ok, it was clean it was functional without being anything special. It was a little dull is how I would describe it without anything being really wrong. The staff were fine without being friendly. The lobby is poorly planned and the staff are locked away being big columns which are terribly placed. Two criticisms, one was that the lift was out of order and hence left one lift to cater for 4 floors and during Covid times the lift was always busy and long waits were standard. The second was that the bathroom had a glass panel from the room which let light in but overlooked the toilet and I thought it a little inappropriate that someone in the room could easily watch you doing a number 2 the other side of the glass. Not ideal. For these two reasons I gave it a 3 out of 5. Poorly designed. But the location was 10/10. 100m from Checkpoint Charlie and the Topography of Terrors. Lovely pub opposite side of the road.
We had a lovely stay. The rooms were stylish and very clean and quiet. The only thing missing was a tea/coffee making facility. We were impressed with the environmentally sensitive touches. We were happy to pass on the room service each day and were rewarded with a drink voucher each day. We used these for a delicious hot chocolate at bedtime on our last night. The breakfast selection was varied and of good quality. So much choice you couldn't fail to find things you wanted and there were plenty of healthy options. Our favourite was the automatic pancake maker. Gluten free options are available. There were plenty of tables and the restauraunt staff are helpful, friendly and efficient. The reception staff were welcoming and helpful. We purchased our travel day ticket each day from the reception (validate it as you get on the tram each day). The hotel is well located to access the transport system and we used the trams, underground, rural train system and buses using our ticket. We would definitely stay again. The only reason we are not awarding 5 stars is the lack of tea/ coffee making facilities. Thank you for making our time so enjoyable.
The Riu Plaza is a 4-star place owned by the Spanish Riu chain, obviously aimed primarily at business and conference people. But it's a good place to stay for holidaymakers too. - Very well located in Schöneberg, 150 metres from Wittenbergplatz (and a little further to Nollendorfplatz in the other direction), so pretty easy access on the U-bahn to almost everywhere, and only 1 stop from Zoo Garden terminal for airport buses. - large, airy rooms, with good views (we were on 16th floor), comfortable bed, excellent and spacious shower and good bathroom in general, fast lifts - a good bar, with friendly bar and wait staff, and not overpriced, just off the reception desk area - generally friendly and efficient front desk staff (but see further on) - not expensive, at least in winter; we paid only just over 100 euros a night, which is good value Its flaws are minimal, but...: - Breakfast is too expensive. Sure, it has all the usual breakfast buffet stuff, but it significantly adds to the cost of the holiday to cough up 19 euros pp each day (we stayed 4 nights). Having just come from an excellent central hotel in Lisbon, where we had an excellent breakfast for 12 euros pp each morning, it seemed excessive, so we settled for a nearby cafe each day. - Make sure you put the 'do not disturb' sign on your door each day if you don't want to get up early. The first day we were there, Monday, having arrived in Berlin at half past midnight, we were woken up at 8.45 am by a cleaner banging on the door. Happened again at the same time a couple of days later when we forgot to put the sign out. Sorry, when you're staying for 4 days, there's no reason to clean the room that early - and I blame the management, not the cleaners, who just do what they're told. - Some of the staff are a little slapdash. E.g., the kettle in our room had been ruined by an idiot previous occupant trying to use it as a coffee perculator, so there was a baked-on layer of coffee on the bottom of it. On our way out the next morning, we took it down to the front desk - the guy there actually asked us to take it back up to our room on the 16th floor, and assured us it would be replaced by the cleaners. When we returned from sightseeing 6 hours later, guess what - the ruined kettle was still there in our room. Fail! I know this is a 1st-world problem, but the original front desk guy should have just taken the kettle and organised to get it replaced. When we took it down again, this time the woman on the front desk took it from us, and a short time later a new kettle was in our room. I don't want to criticise the place too much, as it was pretty good overall and we'd stay there again. But it felt a little impersonal, and while most of the staff were excellent, some were not well-trained or motivated enough to deal properly with issues, relatively minor though our's were. Thus, it gets 4 stars, not 5.
Our room on the 13th floor was standard category. Spartan in decor, purely functional in layout, the room was clean, the tv worked and it had a minibar plus good view . No tea or coffee making facilities but that might just be a Radisson feature. However, when I needed help in checking in on line for a flight home, the wonderful lady at the Customer Relations desk was just amazing. I never established her name, but think her surname was 'Williti'. She is absolutely a gem and patiently managed to get us check-in with EasyJet, and printed out our boarding cards. Thank you so much. My wife and I were then treated to a trip to the 37th floor to enjoy the magnificent views. It was a very kind gesture and one we won't forget. I hope Radisson Alexanderplatz management appreciate they have a star on their team.
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