Art'Otel Berlin Mitte

Address: Wallstrasse 70-73, Berlin, 10179, Germany | 4 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsArt'Otel Berlin Mitte

      Reviewed by tom_and_emma


      Reviewed Jul 17, 2013
      by (20 reviews) Dunedin, New Zealand (Emma) Stamford, Lincolnshire (Tom) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The internet at the hotel is slow and unreliable. There is a computer in the main lobby that guests are able to use but you are charged 0.35cents per minute to use it. The breakfast is very expensive (around 16euro) upon arrival we were offered a 'discount' card which meant breakfast would only cost 12.50 but we declined. The hotel is very clean, the rooms have tv and tea and coffee making facilities. It is quite a walk from the station (around 50 minutes) and the main attractions (like the Brandenburg Gate) though is only 10minutes from Alexander Platz.

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