Mercure Hotel Berlin City
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Berlin
I must admit that I had no real desire to go to Berlin when the trip began and I am so glad that we went against my instincts and went there. The city itself is nothing pretty to look at but the people, the history and the nightlife are all top notch. The hotel we all finally settle into is just up the street from the red light district (first …
... of torturing interrogations were committed is still evident today. Next to the Topography of Terror is the last genuine part of the Berlin wall which serves as a reminder of a different war. We only had a short amount of time but went inside the building for a 10 minute video about Berlin and the war. It was so warm and nice to get out of the cold and warm up a bit.
We then continued on through to Checkpoint Charlie. It looks so different from what ...
... Berlin Wall doesn’t exist anymore) I have traditional over-hair sprayed 1980’s hair – ACK! I am not sure where that photograph is at this moment, but I am sure it’s in an album somewhere to be unearthed at some point in the future if and when I ever unpack my storage unit.
The center of Berlin today is nothing like it was 23 years ago. The wall is completely gone with no trace of its existence except for 4 fragments which ...
... the war. But don't get the idea that this building is anything that unusual. Unlike Melbourne there are heaps of buildings like this here and unlike Brisbane - where there's only about one, none here have been turned into a casino. And an extremely grotty casino at that.
This looks impressive except it reminds me more of Eastern Europe. Here the pubs - and the accompanying outside seating - are generally more cozy.
We arrive in Berlin without any idea of where to stay and what to do. Good start. But we know German so we assume that we are invincible: what doesn't kill you etc. We pick up a couple of hostel leaflets at the airport and decide on one, get the U-Bahn to the Three Little Pigs Hostel, all the while thinking we are sorted. Turns out we only end up going ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed