Maritim proArte Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaritim proArte Hotel Berlin
I stayed here for three nights in April 2015 and had a perfect stay. Rooms are big and clean and the swimmining pool and sauna are a plus after a long day walking in Berlin. Location is very good near all highlights within 10 minutes walkingdistance. If you like to explore more there is a train & subwaystation around the corner (friederichstrasse).
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