This 14-room hotel is easy to find, in the city center, a short walk from Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm. The room for five (5) is spacious, with five single beds (two can push together to form a double), a bathroom, a minibar, a fan, and TV. Wireless internet is free, and breakfast is included in the room rate. The hotel is non-smoking. In addition to rooms with private bathroom, the hotel, also, offers smaller rooms with a shared bathroom.
Sandy’s family stayed at this hotel four nights in Summer, 2008.
Upon arrival to check in, visitors climb about six wide steps and find the hotel’s buzzer labeled on a separate panel near the buzzers for the building’s other occupants. Next, enter through the large metal door into a wide foyer of mail boxes and go left to find the elevator. We had to use the elevator in shifts, as only half of our family of 5, with luggage, would fit at a time. Our kids thought the elevator was fun – press to the back in order to close the wooden doors, then press the button for Floor 4.
Our room opened to a small entry area with very handy coat hooks and the door to the bathroom. Beyond the entry area, our room opened into a large space with very, very high ceilings. The walls were bright white and the carpet and light wood furniture were fresh and clean. The room included a double bed (made of two twin beds pushed together), and two twin beds positioned along a wall end to end. In order to accommodate our fifth person, an extra bed was added at the foot of the double bed. Even with a set of chairs and a low table, there was still ample space to set luggage, and walk between the beds to see out the windows.
The bathroom was very clean, and small. The toilet and corner shower (no tub) sat atop a 6-inch platform. The shower had plenty of water pressure.
The two large windows opened inward, and had another set of window panes that also opened inward. We had to reach way up to position the tall, wonderfully-dark blue curtains over the open window panes for privacy at night. Finally, our room looked out over the street that was quiet both day and night, and lined with large trees that form a canopy of leaves overhead.
The room rates include breakfast in the price. The breakfast room was near the hotel’s entry, with many tables of three or four chairs, all covered in nice blue cloth. The tables are set with coffee cups, napkins, and baskets of individual honey, jam, and nutella packages!! There is another, larger basket of individual bread spreads, and the kids loved to search for their favorite. The self-serve area has trays of sliced cucumber and tomato, deli meat and cheeses on trays with lids. In addition, there was cereal, two juices in pitchers, various yogurt flavors, bread for toasting, rolls, and slices of dense bread (including chocolate!). And lastly, there were large coffee urns, a pitcher of milk, and powdered chocolate that our kids added to their milk.
We highly recommend this hotel – it was very comfortable and a great base for exploring Berlin during our visit in summer, 2008.
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