Grand Hyatt Berlin

Address: Marlene Dietrich Platz 2, Berlin, 10785, Germany | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Tiergarten area of Berlin, is near Panorama-Punkt, Filmhaus Berlin, Kulturforum, and Spielbank Berlin.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hyatt Berlin

    Reviewed by eut518

    Grand Hyatt Berlin

    Reviewed Nov 13, 2013
    by (1 review) , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

    Close to city landmark. Close to U2

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

    Reviewed by gogin565

    Grand Hyatt Berlin

    Reviewed Nov 28, 2012
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Grand Hyatt Berlin hotel is a modern, grand hotel located in Potsdamer Platz in the heart of the city.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Grand Hyatt Berlin

    Best hotel ever seen; every year again!!!

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    As a european I like the normally higher and more modern standard of european hotels than the US-ones. I've seen about 40 or 50 Hyatt Hotels all over the world. Grand Hyatt Berlin is the really best. Lucky me, that I'll stay again in April 2005.

    Very modern, nice rooms, and the best Breakfast in VOX Restaurant I've ever seen!!!

    Go there, it's worth it!!!

    Markus, Switzerland

    Great experience

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    Had the pleasure to stay here several times - sort of "vacation in my own hometown" - thanks to Hyatt Goldpassport frequent traveller programme and its free nights you can get very easily. Stayed twice even in a suite overloooking Marlene-Dietrich-Platz featuring shower with built-in steam sauna, bidet, guest restroom, living room with DVD, CD, Video, Bose HiFi. All rooms are absolutely soundproof. Restaurants serve excellent breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner. Super rooftop spa featuring pool overlooking, sauna and steamroom (non-continental Europeans, beware: co-ed and fully nude!). All this in a modern setting. If you like cool design hotels that do not forget good service (which often happens), this is the one to stay!

    Spacious rooms, quiet, and centrally located

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    Definetly one of the best hotels in Germany, great service, wonderful breakfast, very spacious rooms and very quiet too. Whenever I can I book the Grand Hyatt in Berlin for my business trips and even spent an easter weekend there.

    They will bring you coffee in the Grand Club

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    Just wanted to correct/update one thing that was posted in a previous review. They will indeed bring you coffee in the Grand Club, you do not need to use a self-service machine. In fact, the service is very fast and courteous.

    Overall, I love the hotel, especially the flat screen monitors in the bathroom on the Grand Club floor.

    Only strange thing is that there is some kind of weird smell in the guest room floors for some reason, but I have kind of gotten used to it (I stay there a lot).

    Beautiful, not totally efficient

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    This is a beautifully designed hotel in a great location - walkable to the sights, only seconds from shopping and restaurants - with lovely rooms and superb bathrooms. The pool complex on the top floor is one of the best I have ever seen, and is totally free to guests, which is not always the case with Hyatt.

    There were some niggles, however. My room was not ready at 2.45pm, and they claimed check-in should be 3pm. (No time was shown on my confirmation receipt.) The business centre is poor - it is only a counter where you can hand over papers for faxing or copying. There is one internet PC in the lobby (admittedly free of charge) but this is not enough for a 340 room hotel - why none in the lounge? The club lounge is attractive and does a good evening buffet, but only a cold breakfast. They don't even do fresh coffee - you have to servce yourself with vending machine coffee for breakfast, which is hardly five star stuff.

    If you're not bothered about the evening buffet, you may be better off forgetting about the club rooms and going with the cheaper B&B rates which will get you breakfast in the main restaurant instead.

    Overall, however, you will have a good stay here. Compare rates with the new Ritz Carlton around the corner before booking, however.

    The Grand Hyatt is Grand

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    We really enjoyed our stay at the Grand Hyatt Berlin. The location was excellent--convenient to museums and transportation. Service was excellent, from check-in to the grand club. The hotel itself is beautifully designed. All in all, a great stay and we would certainly stay there again.

    Best hotel in Berlin

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    I stayed at the Grand Hyatt Berlin from Sep.4-9,2003. The greatest point is that the hotel is very close to Berin philharmonire. It was very convenient to enjoy some concerts there. Secondly, The view from the spa at the top of the hotel was good. The massage was also excellent. The design of the room is modern and staffs are very helpful. I would like to stay this hotel again.

    Perfect Design Hotel

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    Beatiful hotel, perfect service and very profesional staff. The design is very nice but can be cold.

    Very good design

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    The hotel is perfectly designed. The room are freindly and spacious. Perfect Hotel if you like modern design.

    Great hotel, Great location

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    Beautiful rooms. Sleek. Comfortable. Great service, and great breakfast. The bathrooms are especially nice, and the Club Floor amenities make the extra cost worthwhile.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hyatt Berlin

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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