Novotel Berlin Mitte

Address: Fischerinsel 12, Berlin, 10179, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Novotel Berlin Mitte

    One of the best hotels i've ever been in

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    my wife, my son an me arrived to novotel berlin mitte for seven nights.

    the hotel is perfect, big and clean rooms, amazing breakfast, kindy stuff.

    7 minutes by underground train to the city center of the west berlin (mitte) and 2 minutes for alexanderplatz(the east side city center) . really great location ,1 minute by walking to the underground station which takes u straigt to the center, very quite area. there is a supremarket and a pharmecy 10 seconds from the hotel.

    very nice and good hotel.

    the best way to reserve the holiday is by the Novotel site 3-4 months before the vacation in the city break offer, the cancellation and the change of the reservation is easy and available till the day of arrival (we used it), we payed only 72 euros per night (average) including breakfast in August. 2 children until 16 years ild free in parents room.

    don't miss te great hotel it will make your vacation much better.

    the hotel is a really good 4* hotel.

    Excellent value for money

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    This hotel is located on Museuminsel (Museum island) which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's immediate surroundings are a little on the quiet side but there is a good range of restaurants and cafes within a five minute walk. It is about a ten minute walk to both Alexanderplatz and the berlin Dom (originally Kaiser wilhelm's private chapel but now a cathedral). The Spittelmarkt U Bahn station is a couple of minutes away and there are also bus stops close by. Berlin's well integrated public transport system is cheap reliable, & modern.

    Reception staff were courteous and professional.

    The hotel itself is very clean with bright modern furnishings, mainly of the laminate/plastic variety, which admittedly does not appeal to everyone. It represents excellent value for money, but young people wishing to be close to nightlife will not find much of that nearby .

    If I visit Berlin again I will most likely stay here.

    Fantástico hotel en Berlín

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    I have just arrived from Berlin, where we stayed at this hotel. It's simply great. It's a 4 stars, unless Trip Advisor says 3 stars.

    It's located on a quite area 2 minutes walking to a subway station. From this subway you can easily go to most important places in the city in just 5-10 minutes, so the location is quite good. Anyway, if you prefer to take a taxi, we did it twice at night for city center (Unter den Linden) and it only charged 5-6 €.

    Room was big and comfortable with a nice furniture and bathroom.

    Everything clean and brand new.

    Hotel provides free Internet access from a computer on hall.

    I completely recommend it for holidays purposes.

    Pleasent stay for families with young children

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    For all the families with young children, especially those which are having 2 children, Novotel is always an excelent choice. Like Berlin Mitte same is valid also for Munich Novotel hotel. Unfortunately this one is not having a swiming pool, but the location is excellent. Spittelmarkt U-bahn station is really very close by, which U2 can be used for either going more east (to Alexanderplatz) or west (Postdamer platz, Zoologischer garten or even to Charlotenburg).

    Nice breakfast makes your day, try also dinner for children with free gifts and moderate choice of cousines.

    Fully recommend, you will not be sorry.

    Excellent hotel, excellent price

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    We paid 315 euros for 6 nights (by paying in advance through their site - no cancellation - breakfast not inclusive) which is far cheaper than any other deal we could find for a 4-star hotel. The hotel met all our expectations. A slight problem is that there isn΄t anything to do «just around the corner» but the subway station is in walking distance and you can go everywhere in the city center in just a few minutes.

    Pleasant no-nonsense hotel

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    The Berlin Mitte is conveniently located near Unter der Linde and Alexander Platz. Is super clean, with friendly and very professional staff. Not much atmosphere, a bit sterile. But rooms are fine. Internet broad band in lobby and in some rooms (at a cost). Good breakfast. Strangely enough this hotel has no inroom safe boxes, quiet inconvenient, but plenty of free apples (green) in the lobby. All in all a good choice for short get away.

    Good value with internet booking

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    I stayed here for one night in May 2005. I got an excellent deal booking on the Internet (Expedia, I think, or maybe direct from Novotel) of 69 Euros for a single room. The room was great--clean, quiet, large and decorated in an interesting spare style. THe people at the front desk were very helpful in providing me with a map and directions to the new Holocaust Memorial Park. It is very convenient to the Schlossplatz if you are doing business in that area.

    Two downsides: the area around the hotel is very quiet, and kind of creepy, late at night. You need to walk about five blocks to get to an area where there are any restaurants and people around, after dark. Also, when I checked, in, I was told that breakfast, which I had assumed was included, would be an extra 15 Euros--I guess because of the cheap internet rate. I walked a few blocks and bought a croissant and tea instead for a couple of Euros. But forearmed with that knowledge, I would definitely stay there again.

    Great Service and value!

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    I paid 89 euro a night for a very spacious king room including a couch/sitting area. The service was fantastic and very accomidating (i had just had passport/cash stolen) The food at the bar was reasonably priced and pretty tasty. Just blocks from the metro station and walking distance to many places in Berlin.

    Tremendous value for money in the former East Berlin.

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    Parents plus 12-year-old from Oxfordshire, England. At 283 euros for a 3-bedded room for 4 nights in August, via an internet booking, this represented remarkable value for money. This is a modern and comfortable hotel with triple-glazing which shuts out any noise from a busy road near the Unter den Linden. Air-conditioning during a steamy August was excellent and staff were efficient and helpful. The former East Berlin is a more interesting area in which to stay than the cosmopolitan parts west of the Brandenberg Gate. In addition to the usual sights, we visited the former HQ of the appaling STASI secret police, the characterful suburbs of Spandau and Pankow and the town of Potsdam. Public transport - bus, tram and train - is first class. Avoid two nearby places - the drab Alexanderplatz and the riverside Spreeblick bar and its rude staff.

    Great find in Berlin

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    This newly constructed hotel has it all: Very comfortable rooms with satellite TV, safe, minibar, hair dryer, etc. The mirror in the bathroom has an anti fog application right at head level, so that when you get out of the shower, you can see in the mirror very clearly.

    The staff are very friendly, the breakfast was outstanding. Recommend highly!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Novotel Berlin Mitte

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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