Very Good10 Reviews
1.74km from Keltensteig (Berlin)Green but not so city. The main downside I see is the distance from the city centre. See below for my tip on getting to the hotel. Do NOT use Google Maps instructions. Value for money in terms of room size, price, reasonable spread for breakfast How to get there Followed Google maps and I ended up alighting at a further station called Altglienicke and it takes 15 minutes. The nearest station is Grunau and it is less than 5 minutes walk away. What's more? One can shop and eat along the way. As I came from the central station called Hauptbahnhof on the S9 line, I changed at Adlershof. As Adlershof is a single platform station, one just merely wait on the same platform for the next train towards Zeuthen. Buying stuff like fruits and other essentials Incredibly, there are 3 supermarkets within a 50m radius in front of the hotel. Two supermarkets are adjacent left and right of the hotel. Eating places If you are into Asian food, look for Cua Tung Bistro. Reasonably priced and standard of cooking is good. FYI, I ordered sea food fried rice. Room All the basics are there. Room size is spacious with sufficient space and hangers in the closets. The main complaint is the single bed when the room could easily fit in a queen. The uncarpeted floor suited me perfectly. There's even a kitchette corner to prepare food with its own sink. The only thing missing is a microwave. Shower area was designed without a door. Hence, expect a puddle of water to remain outside of the shower area. Interestingly, the mirror in the toilet was created such that it is one big tile further in than usual. Breakfast. Pay EUR7.90 and one gets the usual bread, scrambled eggs, fruits, yogurt, tea or coffee, etc. Hours are from 6 - 10am for weekdays and 7 - 11am for weekends. The downside is the noisy radio program (mostly talk and advertisements) that one has to endure and eating in a very industrial setting. If only we could have some quietness in the morning at 6am.