Ibis Berlin City West
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Not a good hotel. Maybe i expect too much from a hotel, but I expect as a minimum for there to be free wifi and maybe a kettle in the room. But this place had neither of these. The hotel itself was clean and the staff were friendly but compared to all the other hotels I have stayed in, this one seemed to be one of the worst.
The location is a bit grotty. It isn't far from a metro station, but it is in quite a residential area.
Stay here if you just want to sleep, but not if you need to use the internet. Yes their rooms are cheap, but the amount of extras you then have to pay when you get there makes the stay just as expensive as if you had gone to a more expensive hotel.
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