Hotels Near W-Der Imbiss In Berlin
0.08km from W-Der ImbissWe stayed at the Hotel Kastanienhof for six nights. We really enjoyed this East Berlin neighborhood with lots of activity, close-by transportation, and interesting shops. Our hotel room was good sized and the bed and pillows were comfortable. The shower pressure was good. The room had a kettle for hot water and I was given a fan upon request. Leeria at the reception desk was very helpful and kind. Unfortunately, on the way to the airport, I realized that I had forgotten a pair earrings (not expensive, but one-of-a-kind) and since we were traveling with another couple, we couldn’t return. I called Leeria (I hope my spelling is correct.) and she ran up to the room and found the earrings. Beate, from the hotel then sent me an email to let me know that the earrings were in the mail. And, indeed, they arrived today. What lovely ending to our stay at Hotel Kastanienhof in Berlin! I highly recommend this hotel and will always be grateful to the kind folks who work there.
0.27km from W-Der ImbissWhat this hotel may lack in anything is made up for by all of their incredible staff. Daniel and Filipa are superior in everything they do. They begin with wonderful smiles, and send you on your way with everything you need to know about where you are going, and how to get there. We enjoyed our stay at Hotel Jurine. Our room was sparse, but very quiet and comfortable. The breakfast each day is plentiful with a nice selection of meats, cheeses, breads, and much more. They have a wonderful coffee machine that makes all types of delicious coffees, or instead, you are welcome to have a pot of coffee at your table. The location makes it easy to navigate the city due to its close proximity to the U-Bahn station. We enjoyed several good restaurants in the area. Our favorite was the Indian Restaurant, Aapka, which was just a couple of blocks away from the hotel. Hotel Jurine is a great hotel choice in a pleasant and interesting neighborhood.
0.28km from W-Der ImbissJust come back from a really lovely weekend in Berlin. Hotel was perfect in so many ways. Location - the hotel is next to a park in a nice area of Berlin with plenty of cool bars and restaurants. There is a really nice coffee shop downstairs for breakfast and a superb Vietnamese restaurant in the same building - the food was really fresh and tasty. The hotel is a 20 min walk for the centre through nice shops restaurants and bars etc. Rooms - The rooms were spacious and very clean and comfortable. Had a great nights sleep in a very comfortable bed. We looked out onto the park and the road and it was not noisy. Customer Service - staff were really helpful and friendly - nothing was too much trouble. Value for money - great value rooms.
0.37km from W-Der ImbissWe spent 5 nights inThe Circus Apartments. We had booked a Duo Economy room, but that had been re-allocated, so we were upgraded to the Schroeder Duo apartment on the 1st floor (at no extra cost). This is the second time we have stayed in Circus Apartments and both times have been excellent. The apartment was spacious and nicely decorated, with a very good supply of kitchen utensils and crockery. There is a full-size cooker and oven, microwave and fridge. A free laundry is located in the building basement. The bed was very comfortable and the apartment is quiet. This apartment also has a balcony with chairs and table. The only minor drawbacks were that the shower rose could not be adjusted sufficiently to avoid splashing a considerable amount of water on the bathroom floor, and the lighting in the living area is quite dim. All staff we encountered were cheery and very helpful. The apartment location is good, being not too far from public transport stops, supermarket and other shops, and the local area is pleasant and interesting for a walk around. It is also easy to work out suitable routes to go for a run. We highly recommend Circus Apartments.
0.47km from W-Der ImbissWe have a booking at Berlin Gorki apartments for one week from 10 - 17 April 2020 which we booked under a 'non refundable' rate knowing that we are definitely traveling to Berlin. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak we had to cancel our travel plans as governments introduced travel ban and regulations. Everywhere we were refunded in full with no obligations even though they all had the same terms and conditions as Gorki apartment. We contacted the hotel to ask them to reconsider our booking terms and to refund our monies as we never expected anything as terrible as this to happen. We fully understand the term 'non refundable' and would have accepted full responsibility if cancelled due to our own personal doings. This is a unique situation and no one is sure how long this is going to last or how this pandemic is going to play out further. Nowhere in the hotel’s terms and conditions do they stipulate situations like these and therefore the 'non refundable' conditions should be null and void? The hotel offered to postpone our booking until the end of the year and we responded to them that we are not sure as to what is going to happen in the future and whether we would be able to travel to Europe before the end of the year, as we are living in extreme uncertainties. They replied; "from a current perspective our offer is the most accommodating we can offer you". If the booking was on a refundable rate, the booking would have been cancelled and no monies lost. Why do they have to keep our money in an extraordinary circumstance like this? I replied that I will write a review telling how unfair this is, they replied "We have forwarded your email address to all main review platforms, as we do not accept any kind of blackmailing, especially not in this situation. Our offer to postpone your reservation until the end of 2020 has now expired, so we withdraw the offer In times like this no one can write off the €2,037 we paid as It seems like we will never get it back. This a a huge amount for anyone specially for us in Africa. It’s extremely disappointing to come across arrogant and greedy narrow minded businesses with zero empathy specially in an extraordinary situations like this.
0.51km from W-Der ImbissMe and my boyfriend stayed in the hostel (if you can call it that, its way swankier!) for 4 nights recently. We booked a double room with shared bathroom. We checked in early and as the Hostel was quiet being early jan we got straight into our room at about noon which was really convenient for us. The room was spacious for a hostel, with a console are to hang clothes, put toiletries on and books etc. At the end of the bed was a stool and a seating area with a table attached to the bed so we could have a drink and look out the window. he bed itself was a raised platform with the (comfy) mattress sunken into it, almost like a Japanese style bed. I had no problems with this but my BF having. bit of a bad back did struggle to get up for a pee at 3am! The rooms decor was modern and stylish with nice big mirror. It was a bit dark for doing makeup/contact lenses so I usually went to the shower room. The toilets and showers were plenty and very near, the ladies for me was right outside our door. The shower and toilets were impeccably clean. We rented towels for 1 euro each. The location is great, you're right on the M8 and M1 tram with a Ubahn outside too. you've got a direct line to Hauptbahnhof too. The surrounding Rosenthaler Platz had small late shops for chocolate bars and beers and a great Turkish place we got delicious Kebabs!
0.54km from W-Der ImbissThe hotel room was basic (a bed and bathroom, no facilities) and clean but on our first night we got back to our room and our key wouldn’t work, after three attempts of getting the key changed someone finally came up to look at the door, their master key wouldn’t work in the electronic lock and we were told we would have to stay in another room for the night until someone arrived who could fix the lock. We asked if there was a manual key on site as there was a ‘normal’ lock on the door but we were told this key wasn’t kept on site. We were then taken down to reception after 40 minutes and the receptionist called someone to ask about the room change, they were then told that there was in fact a key on site and we were let into our room but not able to come out of it otherwise we would once again be locked out. Why they didn’t offer to change our room there and then I don’t know. They promise to solve any problems within 15 minutes but this was definitely not the case with us and we weren’t even offered a glass of water let alone any another form of apology. Definitely not the service you expect for €70 per night!
0.55km from W-Der ImbissMeininger Hotel Alexanderplatz is very affordable and conveniently located, but the rooms are lacking and it's not ideal for warm weather. If you're looking for a budget option, it's a good hotel. I booked a private room and it was around €40 per night, at least €10 cheaper than any other hotel, so it's good if you're looking to save money. However, don't expect any luxury. All the room had was a bed, a TV, and an en-suite. It's quite under equipped. There were no coffee/tea making facilities in the room, not even any glasses for water, which I would've liked. There is also no air conditioning in the rooms. During my stay in Berlin in mid-September, the temperature was 30°C (86°F), so A/C would have made it a lot better. Even a desk fan would have been okay, but this is not provided. I've since read that fans can be requested at reception but I wasn't made aware of this at the hotel. As the hotel is on the busy Schönhauser Allee, there is a lot of traffic noise, which was very loud until about 01:00. If there had been A/C in the room, I could've closed the window to reduce noise, but that wasn't possible. Another good point however, directly outside the hotel is the U-Bahn station Senefelderplatz. It's only two stops away from Alexanderplatz and the trains ran every 5-10 minutes. (As of the date I'm writing this, a day ticket for Berlin Zones AB is €8.60) Would I recommend staying here? If you're staying for two or three nights and you're on a tight budget, then yes. If I was staying for any longer, I would've looked into renting an apartment or another hotel.
0.6km from W-Der ImbissTop-notch location; a fun & quirky atmosphere. Overview: The Circus Hotel is probably the elder, soberer & refined sibling of the probably more recognized Circus HoStel. Property & Room: Located at the junction of Rosenthaler Platz, it's about a 15-minute tram ride from the Berlin HBF and is located close to many restaurants, & bars and is probably not the most touristy part of the city - which is a good thing! The reception is unassuming but intimate and on the ground floor along with their famous bar & restaurant (unfortunately didn't try either). The pathways in the hotel for some reason, best known to the Europeans and Scandinavians, are dim, if not out-rightly dark. But once you do manage your room (YOUR room), it's a typical theme continues - while not the best lit, still unique and quirky. The smallish-medium sized room was well appointed. The sole window provides a glimpse of the Berlin TV tower and their verandah. There were a couple of storage areas, a coffee table with 2 chairs along with a small Bose boombox and the works. The bathroom, though also smallish was clean and well designed.We got a room facing the inner veranda, so was quiet. Assuming the rooms facing the road may be a little noisier. F&B: Unfortunately we didn't try any of their F&B offerings, however, we did go to their other dining outlet at the Hostel (which expectedly has a younger & livelier vibe) for breakfast (while basic, still a steal for EUR 5 - it's unlimited and healthy) and to their bar too (in the hostel) - the folks at the hotel's reception gave us a few vouchers to try their brewed beers in the hostel's bar - which were really awesome! But the place has multiple dining options - across all cuisines & budgets. Please do try to visit the 24x7 Rosenthaler Grill & Schlemmerbuffet for excellent Middle Eastern food and with oodles of character Service & Amenities: Limited scope to experience either, but some highlights: - really friendly, pleasant & helpful folks at the hotel (and hostel's) receptions - some amenities are indeed quite top-notch like the Bose Bluetooth boombox, etc. Overall: All-in-all, a very well located hotel, with good rooms, a very chic vibe & lots of character and as importantly well-priced (but yes, please do improve the internal lighting!).
0.61km from W-Der ImbissThis accommodation was incredible. As a group of young girls, we were highly satisfied with the standards, cleanliness and availability of commodities. The apartment was so affordable, and offered us everything we needed for a short weekend break. The room was laid out perfectly accommodate us all. We really felt at home! The staff on reception were helpful to give us tips on where to go. I really recommend these apartments to anyone. We were a short walk away from the local train station, and from a few local corner shops. Certainly plan your trip in advance so you get the most out of your trip to Berlin. I have wrote a blog on my Berlin experience, if you would like to read my weekend and tips for future travellers, please read the link below;
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0.62km from W-Der ImbissStayed at OTA Berlin with my husband and two sons (18 and 16). We booked a studio apartment and it was a perfect base near the city for us. Huge apartment with two single beds and a double, beautiful high ceilings and very light and bright. The kitchen was very well equipped so we were able to cook breakfast every morning. We were at the back of the building, facing into the courtyard so street noise wasn’t an issue for us, although there was a very rowdy crowd staying on our last night, shouting out in the courtyard until all hours and again early in the morning. The apartment is only a 10 minute walk to Alexanderplatz and there is a U Bahn station less than five minutes walk away. There’s also a supermarket, bakery and pharmacy all nearby. We were on the third floor and there is no lift so you really get a workout! There was broken glass in the hallway on the second morning we stayed and it was still there two days later. We had been instructed on check-in to drop the two keys in the letter box in the hall when we were checking out. However as we were leaving we met an elderly man sweeping the stairs who insisted we give him the keys, I tried to explain that we would drop them in the letter box, as instructed, but he wouldn’t take no for an answer so we hesitatingly handed them over, hoping he was an employee!! The only thing that bothered me about the apartment was that there was no sign of any fire safety equipment anywhere in the building, apart from a fire blanket next to the cooker. No sign of a fire extinguisher or fire hose anywhere in the apartment or in the public areas, I was surprised that an apartment could be rented out to the public without stringent fire regulations? Otherwise, it was a very enjoyable stay.
0.64km from W-Der ImbissI have been in Berlin in may this year. We decided to book a room in hotel 4you. It was pretty hard to find hotel near the downtown, with a good service, near the public transportation, with a properly value. I am pretty sure, this hotel is a good choice for the tourists. Our room was on the 4rd floor, accessed by the lift, room with tea/coffee making facilities clean, and nice view. You can rent bicycle at the lobby on first floor. There are a lot of bicycles pass in downtown and suburb. If your prefer to go sightseeing by public transport you can find bus, tram and subway stations near the hotel. It takes you 15 minutes to get downtown by train or subway and 20 minutes by bicycle. Don't forget to take a map on hotel lobby. Breakfasts in hotel 4you are quite generous.(it was inbooked room) You can find fresh food for children, vegetarians and for people on a some diet. Would recommend this hotel specifically if you are going to see berlin and prefer to save your money.
Hotels Near W-Der Imbiss 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.
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.
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.
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