Moevenpick Hotel Berlin
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If you go to Berlin, do not miss this hotel
We have stayed for one whole week in Berlin. We trusted the reviews we found in tripadvisor and believe us that we do not exagerate. It is a fantastic hotel, a bit funky looking, but charming and warm at the same time. Full of details and things to discover.
The hotel is at walking distance from Potsdamer platz, so in the heart of Berlin.
The staff is correct and effective, not specially kind but they always share a smile. In the Anthaltern bar you will find a really kind people, always with nice suggestions. All rooms are full of details, and they combine ultimate design with comfort.
A point to remark is the fabulous breakfast, do not miss it by any means. Huge range of hot and cold meals, from scrambled eggs and bacon to pastry and cakes, fruit, yoghourts in eight varieties, cereals in six varieties, etc. In Saint Nikoulaus they offered specific cakes and pastry typical from this day.
Do not miss the Anthaltern bar. You will find a limited but interesting hot food and sandwiches until 11 pm and some all night long. It is remarkable the atmosphere and the design.
Just one "but", they offer a relax programme, with more pillows per guest. They didn't have any available when we asked for two extra ones, but we had them in 24 hours.
We definitively recommend this hotel, if you want to visit this incredible city.
We have just stayed 2 nights at the Movenpick and couldn't fault it. The hotel was very modern and spacious, being in a converted Seimens building. The bedroom was great, with a very modern, funky bathroom, and the toblerones on the pillows at night were a treat. Breakfast was a very generous buffet, and one of the best we've ever had. The location was fantastic - we walked everywhere with only a 10 minute walk to Checkpoint Charlie and Potsdamer Platz. The staff were very helpful, and we would definately stay here again.
My partner and I stayed here just one night after three previous nights at the Marriott Berlin. Too bad we did not discover it sooner! We found our hotel stay here to be a very nice experience. The staff was helpful and friendly (even the housekeepers in the hallways said hello each time we passed!). The rooms were well appointed in a modern, stylistic way. Very well maintainted with nice ammenities. Although we did not dine there, the dining areas looked nice and inviting. Would highly recommend this hotel and will definitely stay here on our next trip to Berlin. Great location next to U-Bahn with easy connections throughout the public transit system. Close to Templehof airport too.
Very pleased with the hotel, staff and location
We arrived at the hotel after making several schedule changes due to family illness. The chain was very accomodating with our changes. When we arrived we had to cut back one day and it was accepted by the hotel. We were there Sept. 21-23. The staff was very helpful to my wife, as she had to call the U.S. to find out how here Mother was doing in the hospital. They assisted her greatly. The buffet bkfst. was great and we were able to have lunch later in the day than normally. We were upgraded to a Junior suite at no charge. The location was very good and we walked to most of the sights we wanted to see. The suite was very good sized , comfortable and it's design was outstanding. We had an idea of what to expect as we had stayed at a Movenpick in Zurich and that's why we chose this hotel. This was even nicer than our previous hotel. If there's a Movenpick in a location that we are looking for, we will stay in one again.
Very nice, modern hotel - very friendly service
This is a very nice hotel, very stylish. We liked it a lot! It's only one or two years old, former Siemens building, opposite Anhalter Bahnhof. The location is O.K., only 5 min. walk to Potsdamer Platz. We paid Euro 12 and got an upgrade to a junior suite. Nice big room, shower AND bath-tub. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful .... Would go back anytime!
This is a totally outstanding hotel. Had an absolutely fantastic time. From the moment you arrive the character of the hotel shines - the reception desk is totally funky, and the rooms are second to none. Look out for the Berlin package on their website - you get a room upgrade (stunning room), four course meal in the wonderful restaurant, breakfast every day (we ate breakfast each day and then didnt need anything until the evening - so much to choose from - cooked breakfasts, fruits, cold meats / cheeses, omlette bar, yoghurts - you name it, it was there - and it was delicioius), free drinks in the bar between 5-7 each day (beer, wine, soft drinks), free 3 day travel card for berlin, packed lunch (we ate ours on the plane on the way home!) and coupon book for major attractions. The deal was superb - and saved us a fortune. The inclusive 4 course meal alone would have been worth the extra - although not off the main menu, the food was excellent.
The location of the hotel is great - right next to the Anhalter tube station. The staff are extrememly friendly (all english speaking too!). The bar serves great cocktails, and we even got a free round of shots for having to wait a few minutes. The restaurant has a retracting glass roof, which on a good day gives it a wonderful courtyard feeling as it lets the fresh air in.
Stay at this hotel, and you will have a fabulous time. i would recommend it to everyone. the attention to detail is impressive - right down to the toberlone on your pillow each day!!
Great Hotel, Great Location!
I was really impressed with this hotel. The rooms and the common areas were immaculate. The design and decore was bright and fun. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The hotel was located only a short walk from Potsdamer Platz and is right across the street from an S-bahn stop (though this station was temporarlily closed during my visit). Several sites are just a short walk from the hotel, including the Reichstag, Unter den Linden, Berlin Kulturforum, and the Berlin Film Museum. I would definitely stay here again, and I have already recommended it to several friends.
Slightly funky, brand new, extra touches that make it work
A converted building with character. And the conversion works - the design is modern, slightly funky, and practical. No florals, no pastels, no wallpaper. Instead, sleek bathroom with luxury fittings, white linen and contempory throws, a little colour and a touch of wood panelling.
I never have breakfast in hotels. Even for me, this was worth making an exception for. Just don't plan lunch that day.
Awesome New Hotel
We stayed in the Movenpick Berlin just a few weeks after it opened. Our party ended up with 3 rooms, each on the top floor and each with much character. One room had a flawless sleek white soaking tub in the middle of the bedroom. The other two rooms had tower showers -- jets of water for your whole body. The buffet breakfast was great by European standards--even had made-to-order omelets! Our dog was welcome there too.
Enjoyed new Movenpick, Zur Letzten Instanz, Kula Karma
Stayed at the new Movenpick over Easter. Just opened up, 5 mins walk to Potsdamer Platz in quiet neighbourhood. Had a good stay, helpful staff, comfortable bed. Definitely get the room and breakfast combo. Breakfast buffet is fantastic!! Saved us lunch every day! Traditional food in old restaurant? Can't beat Zur Letzten Instanz, large portions - apparently Napoloen and Gorbachev have eaten here. However, best to book table on ground floor, as that is where the atmosphere is, first floor not so "local". New restaurant/ with bar? Try Kula Karma in Hackescher Markt area, quite trendy. Looking for a night club? Large place, but sadly like most places playing techno-style music: WMF on Karl Marx Allee.
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