Axel Hotel Berlin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAxel Hotel Berlin
I really enjoyed my stay at the Axel Hotel. It is conveniently located near the Wittenbergplatz U-Bahn station and within easy walking distance of the Tiergarten and the Kurfurstenstrasse shopping area. The room I had was comfortable with a nice king size bed and decent size shower with both a hand nozzle and rain shower. The staff were very friendly and helpful. My only complaint was the use of the key card to turn on the power in the room. At night the card slot was quite difficult to find as there were no lights and the entrance way is painted black.
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It seems that many of my trips lately have been a result of trying to squeeze something in, in a short period of time. I had 5 days off and so I opted to head back to Berlin, which I have always viewed as a very walk-able city with an interesting history and mixture of old and new architecture.
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... triumphantly smashing through the Wall and streaming through the breaks by the hundreds and thousands. 1989. I remember the events well. The sense of incredulous euphoria we all felt as one dictatorship after another toppled in those heady days of miracles and wonder. Looking at the photos brought back those memories - and brought me to tears. So much hope, so much promise. Some of it realized, some of it dashed ... and so many more walls still to break down. ...