Ibis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
Travel Blogs from Berlin
Well after 36 hours of travel we arrived. Slept very little and was totally exhausted.
Camilla & Tom's new flat is much bigger than the last place.
Nina was happy to see us. We forced our-self to stay awake during the day but by 7:00 PM we were bushed, Jet lag is still holding on.
We went for a walk on Saturday in a very large park. It is morel like a forest in town than a park.
... where they had orders to "shoot to kill." It's pretty amazing to think that as many people escaped as they did, although more than 100 were killed trying.
On the topic of escaping, we visited the Checkpoint Charlie museum, near the old American crossing into East Germany. The museum is a bit of a hodgepodge but it does have an interesting collection of stories and memorabilia of various escapes from West Germany and West Berlin in ...
... in Vienna. It is named after St. Stephen who was the first King of Hungary and was beatified in the 11th century. The Cathedral is absolutely magnificent (I will post pictures within the next few days). The spires are ginormous and the inside is much different than the churches in Rome because it is Gothic. It is quite dark inside which give the Cathedral an air of mystery, but it is very beautiful.
After touring the Stephansdom we went over to the famous Opera ...
... tired, but we decided to rave and dance in our rooms for a few seconds just to say we "partied" in Germany German style! (sadly no picture evidence was taken...)
We ended up going on 2 walking tours, the first was to the famous sites of Berlin and the other was to one of the first concentration camps in existence Sachsenhausen. The city itself doesn't have the grand architecture like you see in most European cities, but definitely ...
... April of this year while I was in Ivory Coast; she is studying Anthrax, a disease some of you may have heard of before (it’s a particularly acute and unpleasant way to die). Fortunately she didn’t bring any Anthrax with her to the train station, but she also didn’t bring a car, because she didn’t have one. Thus we had to take public transport to her apartment, which involved schlepping my somewhat bulky and heavy suitcase plus backpack ...