Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre
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... a few days going through everything in the museum.
After that we spent the rest of the day walking around the city. By
the end of the day we were getting pretty worn out from running in the
morning and being on our feet all day, so sitting down to take the
subway back to the hotel was a nice end to the ...
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十時半, 終於起行。 ;今天我們੍ 1;去Potsdam。那ධ ...
Yes Berlin is a very cool city, interspersed with achingly fashionable 'Brüno esque' ridiculously gay fashionable types (it is fashion week to be fair) and very drunk Irish/Americans.
We have spent the day sampling German beers (which are gorgeous,hang thou head in shame heir Carling!) and partaking in a tour around Berlin via Boat, which was very nice. It was nice to learn all about ...
... and then it was around the side to the entrance to the rooms. The third floor is a very vibrant green, and our room is blue. From later going around and seeing everyone's room, I am convinced ours is both the biggest and the nicest. It was rather hot, and had been very hot since the airport. We opened the windows all the way – no screens, just a short bar around waist height to keep us "safe". We were all sweating and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre
We stayed here for 2 nights on 25th and 26th Oct 2005 as part of our first trip to Berlin. Having booked the accommodation based on reading previous reports we were not at all disappointed. We arrived by S-Bahn on Tuesday (as you exit Anhalter Bahnof ensure you have the old facade of the original red brick mainline station in front of you and then head left for about 250 metres to the hotel) and arrived at about 11.30am. Despite being several hours early for check in the reception staff were incredibly helpful and found rooms that were available. We found the rooms were very clean as was the whole hotel. Breakfast was very good and you had a large variety to eat and drink. We also enjoyed several drinks in the hotel bar of an evening and the bar staff were also very helpful. Prices were not too expensive.
Best choice in Berlin for good value
We stayed twice in this Hotel in 2005 and were very happy with it. The location is great, the Potsdamer Platz is just in walking distance (just along the road Stresemanstrasse) or you can take the S-Bahn at the stop Anhalter Bahnhof for one station. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The rooms have all satellite TV. The breakfast (buffet) is included in the price and has a lot of choice including the different German bread rolls. We booked it online on the website of Holiday Inn and got an excellent rate of 55 Eur per night but you have to book well in advance. I can only recommend this hotel and would stay there any time again.
really enjoyed our time in berlin. this hotel offers a really great buffet breakfast every morning and for the amount of money that we paid (really cheap and affordable) that was such a bonus. we had a great double room. everything new and clean and spacy.
Myself and my 2 friends stayed here for 2 nights. The room was only €15 each for the night! Breakfast was plentiful Its an ideal location for sightseeing. I agree with all the previous reviews!
We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express from 31 July to 5 Aug 2005. Average cost for the room was only £32 per night, (for 2 people!) including an excellent buffet breakfast. The hotel still has a new feel about it, the rooms whilst basic are very comfortable, especially the beds. It is run really efficiently, - no waiting for anything, even when the breakfat buffet was really busy. (Also excellentvalue for money Italian resturant opposite the hotel, with a great little garden. Good piza!)
Great Hotel-good value, great service, good location
We stayed here for a long weekend. We checked in at 1am, which was no problem. Offered a choice of twin beds or a double when checking in. Everything is very new and clean. Staff were efficient and friendly, very helpful when on our last morning we were late for breakfast and everything had already been cleared away. Restaurant staff brought us out a plate of food each! Location is very convenient, 5 min walk from Anhalter Bahnof station, 10-15 min from Potsdamer Platz. Walking distance from Checkpoint Charlie. Overall, a thoroughly enjoyable weekend :-)
I stayed here for six nights in June, 2005. The hotel felt very new and was very clean and well-run. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful with enquiries. The included breakfast was excellent. The immediate area around the hotel was not very exciting but Potsdamer Platz is a very easy and pleasant ten-minute walk away, as is some interesting sights in Kreuzburg (Victoriapark, etc.). The Reichstag, the Holocaust memorial, the Brandenburg Gate, the Topographie des Terrors, and Unter den Linden are all easily reached by foot. Also, the hotel's close proximity to the U2 subway line was very helpful for getting to the Ku-damm, Bahnhof Zoo and Schloss Charlottenburg. Two grocery stores are located nearby so self-catering is a very easy option for those on a budget. Overall, my stay was very enjoyable and I will stay here again next time I am in Berlin.
I put my review on the Forum pages as the hotel was not yet listed under the 'reviews'. Now it is I've 'cut and pasted it' here:-
As the previous review states, this hotel had only been very recently opened. It is 5 min. walk from Underground station (Anhalter Banhof) + 10 min. walk from a main Underground station (Potsdamer Platz) Rooms are very well set - out, modern decor, efficient WC/shower. Bar open from early a.m. till late, morning breakfast was excellent, wide range cereals, breads, cheese, fruits, drinks, etc. 5 min. walk from hotel is really good Italian restaurant, Romano was name (I think) 5 of us ate + drank for total bill less than 50 euros !! Outstanding ! We went back the next day ! Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag (German parliament) are all within maybe 15 min. walk. You can pick up the tourist buses fom Brandenburg Gate but haggle a little over prices (e.g. if there any children or students or pensioners in your party) and you should get discounts for them. We went to an EXCELLENT cabaret show at the Friedrichstrass Theatre, 'Hexen', I think it was based on a witches theme (sort of Witches of Eastwick) but the dancing, singing, acrobatics + orchestration were really sophisticated. You will need to use transport from Holiday Inn to there, maybe 4 stops on the Underground followed by a 10 min. walk.