How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel Lindenufer
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lindenufer Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... hop on the train and go to a famous shopping centre in Berlin, this was very expensive also! And it wasn't that exciting either.. I found a nicer souvenir shop and bought gifts for all my work colleagues which was good, I no longer have to stress about that now!! We then walked up and down this long road going in and out of shops, but everything so upmarket I didn't buy anything. We found a really nice Italian restaurant so decided we would eat that for dinner, where I got a ...
... flag post next to Parliament, but this was a bit less ceremonious. From the Parliament we walked to another church dedicated to St. Stephan. On our way, we bumped into the U.S. Embassy in Budapest. We were going to go in and wish everyone Happy 4th, but it was closed--I guess no surprises there. When we got to the Basilica of St. Stephen, I noticed that there were several domes. It was completely different than any other church I had seen so far. Inside was extremely ...
... of Jewish people and others that were 'different' murdered in the holocaust - still eerie and sad even on a glorious sunny day . Applaud the fact that it is built on the site of Goebbel's headquarters and villa which were razed to the ground.
On the other hand - a beautiful Tiergarten and a Dali exhibition showed yet another side to this city. Mostly reasonable and affordable except for the ...
I received an SMS on my telephone today which told me that my visa was ready to be collected. Yay! Marc came over this morning to lend us his scales and some silicon for the bathroom. The scales were for Paul to weigh his luggage for his trip home and the silicon was also for Paul, so he could fix the step into the bathroom which I somehow managed to shatter whilst ...
... memorial and the statue of Marx and Engels, the fathers of communism. When the walking tour was over we decided to grab a curry wurst which seemed to be a pretty popular dish in Germany, some of us liked it and others not so much but again it was an experience. Topography of Terrors Museum was our next stop, a museum commemorating the Jews who had lost their lives in WWII and taking you through the the year leading up and events during and after ...