NH Berlin Mitte

Address: Leipziger Strasse 106-111, Berlin, 10117, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Gendarmenmarkt, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Wall Museum (Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie), and Brewer's Berlin Tours.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews NH Berlin Mitte

      Pleasant surprise!

      from

      I chose this hotel without much checking first, but I was VERY happy! Great for tourists - 2 blocks from Checkpoint Charlie. Jump on the Hop on/Hop Off bus from there and see the best of Berlin. Hotel staff was extremely helpful and the restaurant was very good. Excellent value.

      Check out the 8th floor

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      this hotel was superb value for money. Rooms were lovely, perfect central location, staff nice and the wellness centre on the 8th floor was to die for with free sauna, steam room, heated stone chairs, gym and sunbed for a couple of euros. Don't worry about breakfast as there are numerous cafes and bakeries nearby....BRILLIANT

      Excellent

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      excellent value - much cheaper booked direct through their website than via any agent or search engine. The hotel is right next to Stadtmitte U-Bahn station but is also within walking distance of all the major sights including Sony Center, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg gate, Dom etc.

      The hotel was clean and well furnished with friendly attentive staff and a very comprehensive breakfast buffet.

      Excellent hotel

      from

      The NH Mitte is an extremely comfortable chain hotel.

      Its location is perfect to visit Berlin: you can reach the main sites on foot and it's 50 metres from an elevator that takes you into the underground station (Stadtmitte, lines 2 and 6). If you go to Berlin to visit it and not to shop, this part of the city (Mitte) is far better than Kurfuersterdamm, the former West Berlin, where many hotels are located.

      The room was very big, by European standards, my bed was comfortable and there were plenty of toiletries and amenities. Breakfast was great, I definitely advise you to eat it even if it may seem expensive, but there is a lot of choice and you won't eat anything else until 6 pm. The staff were nice.

      Even if it's possible to find cheaper solutions in Berlin, it's definitely worth its price (roughly 100 euros including breakfast for one, I've booked the hotel through the chain website).

      Great downtown hotel

      from

      A great downtown Berlin hotel. Very modern and stylish. Comfortable, excellent location, close to all major attractions, shopping, dining etc. Service very friendly, helpful. Being a frequent guest in Berlin I can definitely recommend this hotel to anyone either on a business trip or a leisure/romantic getaway. It is relatively inexpensive comparing to some other hotels in the area (which normally cost over 250 usd/night). Subway stop is just around the corner. Parking garage underground, ask at the reception for a fixed hotel rate (14 euro/day). My tip would be to skip the hotel's breakfast buffet (a hefty 16 euros/person) and head to one of the coffee places just around the corner, including a Starbucks and a couple of local chains, where you can have a hearty breakfast for around 5 euros/person.

      Fantastic Hotel

      from

      An excellant choice of property for your stay in Berlin.

      A modern, stylish hotel situated in a fantastic city centre location and close to everything Berlin has to offer.

      Situated within walking distance of Unter Den Linden, Alexanderplatz and Pottsdammer Platz, and a minutes walk from the nearest Metro station, this hotel provides a safe, charming haven within this vibrant of cities.

      Hotel rooms were spotless, nicely furnished and provided more than enough space to unwind.

      The hotel bar allows a pleasurable atmosphere at any time of the day and the staff were welcoming and helpful.

      Overall, a top choice be it for business or, pleasure-well done NH.

      Very Happy Here!!!!

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      Excellent location, close to the Underground and historic sites. Blocks away from shopping and restaurants. I went with a superior room which was very clean and comfortable, perfect view of Museum across the street. Excellent staff and very couteous.

      Pleasurable stay!

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      My husband and I stayed at this NH Hotel on a Globus tour and enjoyed its location and amenities. Easy walk to the Bundestag, Marlene Dietrich Platz for fine dining, near the casino, and only steps away from the former Checkpoint Charlie! Hotel room was very nice, restaurant served good food and staff were engaging. Would definitely stay there on my own if the occasion arose!

      A good choice

      from

      Our Globus tour stayed at this hotel for our three days in Berlin; it was a great location. You could walk to all sites or easily link to them on the subway. Rooms were average, but for a tourist who is not going to stay long in the room, this is an excellent place.

      Beautiful Berlin Germany

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      The hotel was great and close to the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charley and other historical sites in the fabulous city of Berlin! The Service was excellent and staff very helpful.

      Most exciting city I've ever been to. So much history, music, musems, great shops and restaurants. I think you would need at least a week there probably more to see just the major attractions. It is just awesome, so full of great stories and wonderful guides to show you around. The Museums on the Museum Island are so incredible. There is an altar from Ancient Greece, a Byzantine Room and much more. That needs a day just for that.

      Charlottenburg Palace is gorgeous even just the outside. If you like shopping you should visit the Ka-Da-We, a huge department store with a whole floor devoted to food with over 1000 kinds of cheese. Breads, wines, fish, desserts everything!! The Unter den Linden where the Brandenburg Gate and the Riechstag are is just as fabulous as you always thought. The Kaufferstendam is full of beautiful and expensive shops you can window shop for hours!

      Potsdam is close by and well worth a day trip. You will see where Churchill, Truman and Stalin meet and get the whole background of that historical occasion.

      Can't wait to go back. It is not cheap there but worth the trip.

      TripAdvisor Reviews NH Berlin Mitte

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