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The Radisson Blu Hotel is one of the most exciting hotels in Berlin-Mitte. It is located in the historic centre directly on the bank of the river Spree and opposite to the Berlin Cathedral. Just a strolls away …Moreare restaurants, bars, boutiques, galleries and famous sights, such as Alexanderplatz, Museum Island, Boulevard Unter den Linden and the exclusive shops along Friedrichstrasse. Public transport, Berlin airport and the Messe Berlin fairground are within easy reach. A unique attraction is the AquaDom at the hotel lobby. It is the world’s largest cylindrical aquarium with a fascinating underwater world in one million litres of salt-water. 427 non-smoking guest rooms and suites combine timeless elegance with cutting edge comfort. The clear design in the puristic style reflects urban trends. The dark wood and warm tones of the high-class furniture create a homely atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with flat screen TV, trouser press, laptop-size safe, air-conditioning, minibar, tea and coffee provisions. Wireless-LAN and high-speed Internet access is included in the room rate. Less
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What i like most about Radisson is their attention to detail in the bedroom - the quality of the duvets - pillows and sheets is top class. The beds are comfy and that makes all the difference. The atrium area at this hotel houses the...More
Honestly, I don't know why it's listed as a 4.5 star hotel, as it's clearly an outstanding facility. My room was spotless, very modern, extremely quiet (and how can you beat that in the heart of Berlin). The hotel has an in house spa that...More
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Response from RD_Berlin, Guest Experience Manager at Radisson Blu Hotel, BerlinResponded 26 July 2018
Hi kipa76, thank you so much for taking your time to write so brilliantly about your stay with us and your impression of our hotel and service. We really hope your travels bring you back to Berlin in the future and that you will be...More
The stay was brilliant - the staff were friendly and the service was superb. Located overlooking the giant aquarium, it was delightful. Getting to different attractions was very easy. Worth every penny.
Me and my business partner went on a business trip and stayed in hotel. After the check out we went for a lunch and I came back to a lobby where I closed my eyes on a remote cauch since I was a bit tired....More
Very clean, great location . I also enjoyed the indoor pool. The room was very nice and rooomy. Hop on and hop off stop very close to hotel as well as trains. Walking distance to Alexander Platz. Right on the river with a lovely walk...More
Response from elviajeronopajero | Reviewed this property |
WOw... To be honest for my 3 week trip I research for 3 months.... So we can't answer all of your questions but I stayed at Airbnb for some parts, I stayed at this hotel to treat myself good at some points and also stayed... More
WOw... To be honest for my 3 week trip I research for 3 months.... So we can't answer all of your questions but I stayed at Airbnb for some parts, I stayed at this hotel to treat myself good at some points and also stayed with friends. For 50-70$ you will find great places! That is not a cheap budget, hostels can go around $20 or less. I am old so no more hostels for me, or shared bathrooms. But if you are willing then you will find better options. This Hotel is not that, but if you are near try the breakfast.
To travel it is better to do some parts by bus and other by train, it depends on the area you are going. If you travel by air, easy jet or similar is good, but you waste a lot of time in the airport. Also from Berlin I traveled by train to Prague in the CZ rail system not the German one. It is cheaper, but always reserve a seat, ALWAYS.
Also use the ATMs instead of money exchange, to me that was the best choice.
Weather will be chilly in march I guess. Again read blogs, articles, comments, and do a lot of research before going. What to bring, where to go, etc
Response from Wolfgang S | Reviewed this property |
You can close the entire bathroom, or swing the door around to close the toilet while the vanity an shower still can be used by someone else. Yes, the entrance from the room remains then open. I think it is a very smart idea