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The hotel is close to Bulowstrasse u-Bahn with ample shops, restaurants and late night bars.
I was in room 413, which was a twin room facing onto Potsdamer Strasse, double glazed to keep the noise out. The room was clean and modern with an en...More
The negative reviews on here are not a true reflection of this hotel. It is basic but it's clean, and kept in good repair. The staff were nice and do speak English and were very helpful. Location is great. Absolutely no problems. Will definitely return...More
The room was warm, staff friendly, central location and all privacy you need. The S-bhof is just a few meters away and so is a gym. There is a bar in the basement with Happy Hour, but I did not visit.
However, staff managed only...More
Not the best place to stay. The place feels haunted. The staff is very polite and nice but don't speak much English. They don't change the towels unless you are there at the time house keeping goes around. Not very clean. Not a single English...More
US$ 56 - US$ 102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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