art'otel berlin city center west

Address: Lietzenburger Strasse 85, Berlin, 10719, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Story of Berlin, Cafe Wintergarten in Literaturhaus Berlin, Savignyplatz, and Kathe Kollwitz Museum.
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      TravelPod Member Reviewsart'otel berlin city center west

      Reviewed by sleepingharbing

      Good Base To Explore

      Reviewed May 30, 2005
      by (1 review) Southampton , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The Hotel was themed, but don't let that put you off! Everything from the art work to the carpets were inspired by the artist Andy Warhol.
      The rooms were minimalist but in a good way!
      Not a huge restaurant but the service was fine but not exciting but the cleanliness of the place was outstanding.
      To walk to the centre of town took about 10mins but was far enough away to not pick up on any noise. The underground was less than 5 mins away.
      This was the second Art'Otel I have stayed in and was impressed.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Historical Traveler Reviews art'otel berlin city center west

      Delightful stay


      we stayed for 3 nights in october. we were more than satisfied with the service. the room was large enough. the thing i liked the most is that all of the staff were very young and friendly and i enjoyed the atmosphere especially at the bar. and location can't be better- close to the sightseeing bus stop and shopping area so when you are exhausted after long shopping safari you don't have to bother with the u-bahn.

      Funky, bright rooms


      Nice hotel, the decor is really funky and our room was large, bright, airy and clean. It's just off the Ku'damm and is therefore handy for reaching all of the sights although you need to be prepared to walk a bit. The airport bus stop is approx. 10 minutes walk from the hotel and the nearest underground station is also about 10 minutes away.

      Didn't try the hotel restaurant, in fact didn't see anyone in the restaurant during our stay. There is a fab. pizza takeaway just round the corner where you can pick up a pizza slice for next to nothing.

      Staff were efficient if slightly off hand - maybe just a bit 'cool'!

      Pretty good hotel/good location


      I stayed here for just 3 nights and it was decent enough. It was hot in Berlin and air conditioning was my priority and the room I had was cool enough. The room was tiny but clean. The bathroom was huge and clean. I liked the area of Berlin where the hotel was located. I stayed 2 nights in another hotel near an airport and it was much better to be in this hotel's area than way out by the airport. The staff was not very helpful but they were not rude either. The 1 elevator was annoying in the mornings when it was busy. It was a good 3-star hotel. I did not expect a lot and I did not get a lot. I would maybe stay here again if I didn't find anything better in the 4-star range.

      TripAdvisor Reviews art'otel berlin city center west

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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