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... of it. Nowadays the city laid down cobblestone wherever the wall used to be. Then we went back to the train station to take the night train to Zürich. The train wasn’t too bad to sleep on but I’m sure the zquil had something to do with that. Our train schedule got messed up for our trip to Rome so we ended up having to cut out Luzerne and add another day here and in Rome. Switzerland is already pretty expensive so we will see if we are broke by Monday! Miles walked: ...
... we witnessed a small child get smashed in the doors – literally, they closed on him, and two adults had to pry the doors open to free him and save him from being crushed; it was quite dramatic. Fortunately he seemed fine after the ordeal.
I had two specific business-related events which were to take place in Berlin. One was meeting with some people at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), as two of their ...
... Jews that were murdered during this time. For the rest of the day we walked around looked at shops and the markets and got to try a German sausage which was actually quite tasty. We checked out the museum for the nartzie rain of terror. Some of the information and photos were just intense and an influx of information. We finished the day by walking from check point Charlie back to the hostel and stopped along the Berlin Wall. ...
... to visit, we didn't know where to start! After consulting our guidebook, we determined that an efficient and informative way to see as many sites as possible was to take a guided walking tour of the city. So, from Alexanderplatz, we hurried to the nearby neighborhood of Hackescher Markt to meet up with our Original Berlin Tour.
Our tourguide, a British PhD student studying World War II German history in Berlin, was ...
... the new and old place. I felt paralysed from our own
move and unable to stay and help.
Monday 22.4.2013 was the day of our departure to Bangkok. And it came way
too soon. There was a time in our packing process where I thought we
would never leave Ireland and now 4 days in Berlin had come and gone
We spend the morning packing and this time we could fit everything ;)
The bags where still too heavy, but they always are when ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Lux 11 Berlin
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Great Place, great location! Do not expect to get 5 stars service at the reception. People at the reception definately have to learn how to smile. But after all, it is more appartment hotel than hotel so who needs extra attention from the reception. If this does not bother you then it is great place to stay: great decorated rooms, great shower, nice kitchen unit ( no need to rush for breakfast since you can make one yourself). Hotel located in the district Mitte which is full of nice restaurants, little cafes and great place to shop! Definately my place for the next visit to Berlin!
Dieses Hotel ist eins dieser hippen Designhotels wie man Sie in Berlin oft findet. Das kann gut oder auch schlecht sein.
The Lux-eleven just made top of my list of favorite hotels in Berlin, bumping The Q! to second place.
I have mixed feelings about this place. In the main, I enjoyed my stay at Lux 11, however I do not think I would return, at least not when the weather was warm.
The only comment I can give: GO THERE, FEEL IT, UPGRADE YOUR LIFE, DREAM THERE!!! However: I LOVE THIS HOTEL.
this hotel is one of the hip designer hotels they have here in Berlin. Could be good - could be bad.
We just returned from a 5 day trip to Berlin. I've visited a lot of cities and stayed in many hotels, but this one tops them all ! At some point it even became difficult to leave the room for sightseeing, as it was so great.
Stylish and cool place to be...
we have been first times in the hotel for a few days in december for x-mas shopping and for a business trip one week later. in overall rating this is for sure our place to be in the capital. we like that style very well, e.g. the open bathrooms, wooden floors, the goregeous rainshower and so many small things like those personalised flip-flops (never seen before!!!) the brand new opened restaurant is very hip and offers a great range of all. the spa is not open yet, however, there's a very familiarized AVEDA shop directly in the hotel.
the hotel staff is very, very friendly and helpful, knows all about the city and we have been very pround to get really the best tips for the hottest spots to go, like insiders! we recommend this place to everybody and we will be back soonish!
I stayed at Lux 11 in Aug 2005 just as the hotel has opened. We booked an excellent offer with Amex, 3 nights for the price of 2 & we got one of the biggest suites for the price of a regular room. The suite was very well designed & stylish - one of TV was not working, which was no big deal. Some of the trimming seemed to have been rushed in time for the opening - but I put this down to teething problem. The shower was great it forms part of the bedroom. The kitchen area was well thought & had lots with coffee & tea. The service was a bit hit & miss (which I find with design hotels) - I am not used to having to wait around. The fitness area was not open when we stayed, which was a bit disappointing.
My husband and I stayed at Lux 11 this September. We booked one of the biggest suites, which was very stylish but also had a "hospital-like" vibe. All of the rooms in the suite were quite stark and bare. An interesting thing is that the bathroom is open to the bedroom, so a family wanting to book a suite should be concerned about privacy. The rooms were nicely stacked with coffee, tea and plenty of bathroom amenities. As for the service, I also have mixed feelings. When we first got to the hotel, we spent about 10 minutes at the front desk, being utterly ignored by the receptionist. Later on during our stay, our experienced was much better, as the staff changed. I will say that the hotel is in a great location; very close to shops and restaurants.