Hotels Near Frau Dr. Med. Susanne Lisser In Berlin

4.5/5Excellent3 Reviews
0.37km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
A very modern, arty and colourful hotel with lots of graffiti type paintwork in the main lobby and restaurant area. The breakfasts were fantastic with a very good variety of food and probably the best scrambled egg I have ever had in any hotel. The staff were very helpful and service was excellent and we had a quiet and comfortable room. The hotel is situated on the 5th floor of a shopping mall and therefore quite hard to find especially if you are arriving by car. They charge a very reasonable 3 Euros a day to park in the adjacent car park and the U Bahn stop Frankfurter Allee is just round the corner. There are a lot of good restaurants for dinner near Samariterstrasse which is a 10-15 minute walk from the hotel or one stop on the U Bahn.
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3.8/53 Reviews
0.39km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
We had a great stay here last weekend, All the staff are very helpful, The hotel is so clean, the location is great 3 or 4 train stops from airport then 15 min walk from station just two streets. We had Breakfast on the first morning then we tried out some of the local bakeries down the street.Only negative point is the TV only BBC world news channel, and we can all live without bad news for a few days
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4.5/5Excellent4 Reviews
0.68km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
I stayed a few days there as I went on holidays to Berlin for 6 days. I choosed this hotel because, even though is not in central Berlin, it's just a few minutes away from a U5 stop of the U-Bahn (the Berlin underground). The location was so great and convenient because the surroundings of the hotel are very quiet, and you can get to Alexander Platz in no more than 15 minutes! I would strongly recommend this hotel to anyone thinking of staying in Berlin for a few days. There's an Aldi and a Rewe next to it, apart from a Kebab take away which we fondly will remember (4 kebabs in 6 days, needless to say!) The only issue I had it's just that, on the second night (Friday night, 6º of march, room 517) of my stay, my girlfriend wondered if we could get another duvet (as the one she had wasn't enough thick and cosy for her). So I went to reception and asked the receptionist (a man called Igor) who was over there. I said "I was wondering if I could get another duvet, would it be possible?" to him, and he didn't know what I was talking about. On my second attempt, obviously I slowed down and stressed the word DUVET. He still didn't know what I was trying to mean. I repeated it for the third time (there were two people already queuing after me) and all he said was "Sorry,do you speak english?". To be fair I was a bit shocked, because I noticed that he didn't know what the word "DUVET" means, but if you don't know the meaning of a hotel-room related word there are thousands of way to handle that situation ("can you google it?", "can you please show me a picture of it?") rather than questioning the english speaking skills of a guest in front of others and embarrasing him. Apart from that, there's absolutely nothing wrong in not knowing the meaning of a particular word! My mother tongue is not english either and that has happened to me so many times, so I would have absolutely fully understood him. What I didn't understand at all is why he had to deal with it in that way. Anyway, in the end it wasn't a big deal at all as I turned up the heating in the room and my girlfriend was fine with it. Apart from that everything was fine; the staff at reception was lovely ( I dealt mostly with a guy with a beard, nice guy! sorry If I don't remember your name!), same with the breakfast staff! Apart from that I could check in earlier than expected, as I turned up at the hotel at 11, and they already had my room ready for me, which was much appreciated : ) On my last day I could leave my luggage with them as the check-out was at 12 but my flight was scheduled at 21 00. The room was great; very cosy, all toiletries needed were in the bathroom and a lovely shower good enough to have a proper shower after a busy day around Berlin : ) The wifi was great aswell, which nowadays is quite important.Apart from that, we stayed from Thursday till Tuesday and we didn't hear any party goers or annoying people going up and down, which was great and allowed us to h
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3.5/510 Reviews
0.7km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
Check in was slightly hit and miss I paid city tax and then reread my booking and it stated it was included and they tried to charge again for breakfast which was also included (booked through booking.com) so make sure you read everything that’s included in your booking. (I think if you have a dorm bed you need to pay for towels and bedding or bring your own) The hotel/hostel itself is clean and well run we had no problems with noise and there was a huge variety of accommodation styles available. The rooms are really basic there is no clothes storage apart from two hangers no shelves no cupboard no chest of draws so if you need these things don’t bother there’s also no tea or coffee facilities in the room but you can buy coffee in reception.(being British we brought own tea bags so expected a kettle) So the bed, i need a soft bed and a few pillows to sleep well... I slept really badly the mattress is a hard (think morgue slab hard) foam which some people love and one really soft pillow. The breakfast was fine there was a choice of cereals, rolls, bread and jams, cheese, ham etc. The real selling point was the area it’s a lovely arty area about 15 minutes out of the centre by train or U-Bahn. The places to eat around the a&o were amazing and great value after a day of exploring the city. If you stay here say hi to the cat!
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0/51 Reviews
1.07km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
The Sketch Rooms & Apartments provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. Visitors to Berlin will find that the Sketch Rooms & Apartments is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is only 2km from Ostbahnhof Station and 15km from Tegel Airport, giving guests a number of convenient transportation options. Being just minutes away from Frankfurter Tor Metro Station allows guests to explore the city with ease. Keeping busy is easy, with Baum Haus Comedy, Oberbaum Bridge and Catholic Church of St. Anthony all nearby. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
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3.9/57 Reviews
1.34km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
My wife and I recently stayed in this hotel during a five day stay in Berlin. Having stayed in Motel L in Stockholm and because this is part of the same chain of hotels, we thought we would be in safe hands and we were right. The hotel, although not much to look at on the outside, is clean, spacious and modern inside. The rooms are a little basic but they're a decent size with comfy beds, new double glazing, clean curtains and furnishings and a good bathroom with a powerful shower and no shortage of hot water. It was also very quiet with little outside noise heard. My one criticism of the room is the stupid PIR activated light in the bathroom meaning you are frequently plunged into darkness whilst having a shower resulting in frantic waving outside the curtain (often to no avail) or having to shout on each other to come in and activate the light again. What's wrong with a light switch? Breakfast was plentiful and varied in a large restaurant area and we were never disappointed with anything we ate. Even towards the end of serving time stocks were kept high. The staff are really nice and friendly and patient with me as I tried out my ropey German. Location wise, there's a supermarket literally over the road which is open till 10pm, a bus stop just round the corner and trams are a bit further on. A bit too far when it's pouring of rain, and be advised that it takes absolutely ages to get anywhere on public transport as you end up having to change several times in some cases. The Stasi museum is just down the road (and well worth a visit, incidentally) but everything else is pretty much miles away but this hotel was much cheaper than equivalent hotels in West Berlin so you can't have it both ways. Would I come back? Nothing wrong with the hotel, but on balance I think I'd try its West Berlin counterpart next time round. But if you need to be in East Berlin for whatever reason, be it cost or it simply suits you better, then you won't go far wrong here.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.43km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
This is a perfect haven for a busy city sightseeing trip. The quiet surroundings meant it was a peaceful and restful stay despite being on the go! Great location as we had to be at the Mercedes Benz arena for the first three days of our visit. Easily walkable. Good selection of transport nearby as well as a lively area close by for restaurants/nightlife. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the rooms were comfortable, clean and well serviced. Great shower with lots of hot water! Breakfasts provided were a great start to the day with fresh produce .... bread rolls, eggs, meat, smoked salmon and cheeses and an ample supply of juices/teas/coffees. Only thing which would have been the icing on the cake would have been tea/coffee making facilities in the room - especially after a long day of sightseeing. However, there were plenty of places nearby where you could buy coffee etc during the day. Little convenience store nearby handy for snacks, water and beers. Also a very friendly little bar next door to hotel for a late night nightcap. We didn’t need it but parking is also available at this great hotel. Definitely will stay here again when I return to Berlin.
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3.9/510 Reviews
1.43km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
This is a cheap and cheerful hotel on Warschauer Str in the Friedrichshain area of Berlin's inner East. The location is great. Its five minutes from the Warschauer Str underground and overground train stations, this minutes on a train to Alexanderplatz and the sights of Unter den Linden. The area is a bit of a rough and ready bohemian area. Plenty of bars, restaurants, late night off licences and takeaways. Simon Dach Str is two streets away. The East Side gallery is a stones throw away. There is a new shopping mall opposite ( East Side Mall) and a large ReWe supermarket opposite. The street also has a busy tram line in front of the hotel, you will hear passing trams if you are in a room at the front. The five min walk from the stations to the hotel could be a little unnerving at night for some, with open drug dealing taking place and pushers actively offering their wares, but a polite "no" and continuing to walk solves this. Not a dangerous feel to the area, just some people might not like this. Certainly nothing to do with the hotel, but guests should be aware. There are no lifts, you have to walk up the stairs. My room was cleaned daily, bed comfortable, TV worked. The bathroom is basic and small, but no complaints. Staff at the desk have always been pleasant enough, I've never had any issues here. Certainly not a place to book for a romantic stay, or to lounge about in, more somewhere to get your head down for the night in a practical location.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.44km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
This was one of the cheapest hotel options as a solo traveller that I could find in Berlin, without staying at a hostel or backpackers. The Hotel Comenius was quiet, and I don’t think I actually saw or met any other guests during my short time there. The location was fine, as it was accessible by public transport, and it really wasn’t that far from Berlin’s Alexanderplatz. I rode in by bicycle and it wasn’t an issue for me, and the East Side Gallery is also not that far away (a bit of a walk or a short bike or tram ride away to the corner of Warschauer Str. and Mühlenstraße). It was a little hard to find the entrance as I needed to press the appropriate buzzer to be connected to reception so that they could remotely unlock the front gate for me. I again had to be buzzed in through the main door from the secure building courtyard. This wasn’t an issue, but the hotel does appear to share a building with residential units. From what I could tell, certain floors belonged to the hotel, while certain floors did not. I wouldn’t recommend this hotel for people with mobility issues, as there were stairs to climb and the lift would have been added to the building as a renovation, so each lift stop was on the stairwell landing in between floors. Reception was pleasant although with limited English, which is fair enough as this is Germany, not England, and I was still able to communicate reasonably. Be aware that reception is not 24 hours, so plan to arrive during opening hours. My room was clean and acceptable. The TV had limited channels that were of interest, and I expected the advertised “shared bathroom” to be on the same floor. In fact the layout was a bit odd, in that my room’s toilet was a few doors down the hallway on the same floor, whilst the bathroom/shower (which actually had my room number on it so it wasn’t so much shared as being separate to the room) was on a totally different floor. This meant a walk with my clothes, towels and toiletries downstairs, past reception and the breakfast area, down some more stairs to a basement level, whenever I wanted a shower. For the price, I was prepared to put up with this but it was certainly “original”! Breakfast looked to be pretty good value for money, though it wasn’t included in my tariff and I didn’t take advantage of it on account of time constraints. The area of Friedrichshain was itself nice enough, a bit of a residential neighbourhood but with plenty of dining options (especially along Gabriel-Max Straße) as well as some smaller shops and the East Side Mall in fairly close proximity. All in all good value when I paid €23 for a night in a clean, quiet and private room within a 4km radius of Berlin’s centre. Nothing special, but nothing bad either!
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3.6/55 Reviews
1.46km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
I left my luggage here in advance and it was not possible to check in at three in the afternoon. There was a vignette at check-in. The front desk gave us a room with someone and swiped the card. A man was lying on the bed. Fortunately, it was scary to wear clothes. Going to find her to solve the problem, it was she who made a mistake, but she was frightened and not very satisfied. The sanitary conditions are not very good, the transportation is very convenient, there are dm and rewe supermarkets nearby, and there is a large shopping mall near the train station.
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2.7/53 Reviews
1.8km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
I went to Berlin for a concert and found this hostel pretty close to the location. For a Hostel is was a great stay and good standard. The rooms were clean and ready in time, shower was warm. Due to the location traffic noise is limited although public transport is pretty close. I tested the breakfast which some of the other guests recommended. Considering that we are talking about a Hostel this was pretty good. Here you don't have to leave hungry. PS. I am not a Robot
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3.4/510 Reviews
1.8km from Frau Dr. med. Susanne Lisser
We stayed here due to the close proximity to the attractions. Very friendly welcome on arrival. Lovely quiet room with comfy beds. Friendly service throughout our stay. Breakfast was extremely good, with great selection of hot, pastries, fruit, cereal and breads. We would defo stay here again
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Hotels Near Frau Dr. Med. Susanne Lisser In Berlin Review

4.9/543 Reviews
Tiergarten
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.
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5/51 Reviews
Prenzlauer Berg
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!!!
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4.9/54 Reviews
Kreuzberg
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.
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4.1/596 Reviews
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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4.9/56 Reviews
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.
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4.7/547 Reviews
Schoeneberg
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.
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