Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte

Address: Wallstrasse 23 - 24, Berlin, 10179, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte

      Super Hotel

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      This is a lovely hotel with excellent staff. The hotel has a great bar and excellent food. Rooms are modern and clean.

      Great Hotel executive rooms to die for

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      Spent 3 nights at this hotel 25-28th of September.

      Had a great time, the hotel bedrooms were very fancy and modern and we got a great deal on Hotel.

      (3 nights for the price of 2)

      The rooms look just like the pictures on the internet the carpet with dollar sign, the bathroom is very fancy with frosted glass sliding doors, slate flooring and walk in shower. Flat screen tv with sky tv should you want it.

      Location wise it is not bang in the centre, however we walked to freidstrasse within 15 minutes and the shops there are to die for.

      On route there is a large chinese and opposite side of road there is an irish bar. We ate in the chinese and had drinks in the irish bar it was great.

      You must eat in the Italian restaurant beside the irish bar it was lovely the pizza was massive and the chianti was lovely. We found the price for 4 to be very reasonable.

      We found Berlin to be a lovely place. We did check point charlie, the museum, the bus tour was great at Alexanderplatz. Much better than expected and the weather was warm.

      Definately would recommend this hotel to stay. I am very fussy and have high standards and could not fault this hotel. (alcohol prices in hotel are high) apart from that I could not complain.

      Ruhige Lage, tolles Design

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      Im Oktober 2006 verbrachte ich 2 Nächte im Park Plaza Wallstreet. Ich kann das Hotel eigentlich nur weiterempfehlen für alle, die eine zentrale Lage wünschen, aber etwas ruhiger abseits vom ganz grossen Trubel übernachten wollen. Das Hotel liegt direkt an der U-Bahn-Haltstelle 'Märkisches Museum' (U2) und man ist somit in nur wenigen Minuten beim Alexander- oder Potsdamer Platz.

      Das Hotel ist ingesamt sehr schön und mit guten Materialien designt, wobei der schöne Altbau immer noch seinen Charme versprüht. Bei der Buchung hat mich die ganze kapitalistische Börsen-Thematik etwas abgeschreckt, aber das ist dann vor Ort alles halb so schlimm ;-)

      Der Wellness-Bereich (1 Sauna) ist leider sehr klein und etwas ungemütlich versteckt im Keller. Das Personal war stets freundlich. Etwas mühsam ist, dass es nur einen Lift in der Lobby gibt, auf den man jeweils sehr lange warten muss.

      Ingesamt eine sehr gute Adresse, besonders bei den günstigen Preisen, wie ich sie auf einer Discount-Seite im Netz vogefunden habe.

      Quiet but good!

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      I booked two Executive rooms at this hotel for 3 nights in September and got a good rate booking direct through the hotel's website. Whilst both rooms were of a good standard the double was larger and better equipped than the twin having a bath tub as well as shower in a separate bathrrom not just a glass enclosed area of the bedroom.

      The hotel is in a very quiet area but very close to two u-bahn stations. This is fine if you don't want to do much at night but not to be recommended if you have young adults with you who want to be out and about at night. Whilst the hotel restaurant is very good there is a shortage of nearby restaurants. There is an area close by with a number of restaurants and shops (turn right out of the hotel, take the first left and walk to the main road, turn right and cross over the road. As you walk up the road you will see signs of life down a slope beside the waterway! Probably a 15 minute walk although less if you are fit! Not too far but after a long day walking around the city it may not appeal plus while getting your bearings on your first night the hotel restaurant must attract guests who cant see any kind of life outside the front door!

      I would strongly recommend buying a map and plotting where you want to go on the map in relation to the hotel otherwise you may spend alot of time on the u-bahn when in reality things are nearer than they appear to be. Handily there is a bank very close by (turn left and it is on the next corner) so easy to access a cashpoint. Berlin is not like central London with a cashpoint on virtually every street so this is very convenient.

      One gripe about the twin room is that although provided with an expresso machine there was no nearby plug so it had to be moved out of the cupboard and placed on the floor near a socket. Coffee grounds had not been cleaned out and even after several 'washes' couldn't be hygenically used. But we are not great coffee drinkers so it didn't bother us to live without it!

      Although the TV boasted and A to Z of available services which included room service and suggested the menu was in the room it wasn'T neither was there one in the send room which leads me to believe thye are no big on room service. Not a problem unless you are travelling on your own when room service is often preferable to a lonely time in the restaurant.

      Overall this is a good hotel with helpful staff but others are prehaps more conveniently located.

      Excellent hotel, great staff

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      My husband and I and two friends stayed at this hotel from 17th-21st August 2006 and had a really great experience. As other reviewers have said, this is a new hotel, in a quiet district but with 2 underground stations literally at either end of the street, we also used the local bus service ( turn right out of the hotel and right again for the bus stop, number 248 will take you to Alexanderplatz where the TV Tower is worth a visit, the views of the city are superb and there is also a revolving restaurant if you want to eat. Entry costs 8 euros and the queues were quite long, so get there relatively early. We got an excellent deal of 68 euros a night for the hotel, including breakfast, room upgrade and 25% off dinner in the hotel restaurant. Check in was easy , we had arrived early but were allocated our rooms immediately, and the staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. Particular thanks go to the bar staff who were excellent., full of information about the city and tips on where to eat etc. Breakfast in the hotel was really good, with both hot and cold selections ( fresh fruits, juices, yoghurts, cereals, pastries, cold meats, cheeses, salads, a big variety of breads and rolls, bacon, sausages, boiled and scrambled eggs and it really set us up for the day. You'd have to be really fussy not to enjoy the selection on offer. We bought 72 hour welcome cards which cost 22 euros each and gave us access to the whole transport system and also discount offers on lots of attractions in the booklet which you get with the tickets. Your tickets only have to be validated the first time you use them. As others have said there are restaurants within walking distance of the hotel (walk out of the hotel, cross over the street, turn left and on the bridge there is an Indian reastaurant, across the road are 2 others also, one right on the corner, and another across the bridge) and if you enjoy walking Alexanderplatz is only a 10-15 minute walk away. Berlin is a fascinating city, steeped in history and well worth a vist and we thoroughly recommend this hotel to anyone planning a trip there.

      Totally excellent hotel for the price paid

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      Just had a smashing mid-week break in Berlin . We found this hotel on Hotels.com that was offering 'buy two nights get the third free' incuding a free upgrade to an executive room.

      Hotel staff all very helpful.Our room was excellent .

      Considering this hotel is quite central it is in a very quiet location. But if you turn left out of the hotel and walk a couple of hundred metres this will bring you on to Leipzigestrasse where we found a very reasonably priced Argentinian style restaurant also a truly excellent Chinese restaurant called China City.This served excellent food in superb authentic chinese surroundings and at around half the price of similar restaurants in the UK.

      Alexanderplatz is close by {taxi 6 euros].

      This is a central point for the city's transport system and also one of the starting points for the city sight-seeing hop on hop off tour buses [opposite the hotel Park Inn}.

      It's handy to know a few words of German wandering around the former East Berlin as English is not widely spoken unlike in the western half.

      I suppose our only minor grumble about the hotel is that there is a standard charge for breakfast of 15 euros per person which is very expensive when you are a family of small eaters.

      However if you turn left out of the hotel and left again into Neue Grunstrasse you will find a small but pleasant bakery where you can have croissants, pastries ,coffees and bockwurst; a much cheaper alternative.

      One nice touch after our first day exploring the city was to return to our hotel room to find a tray of chocolate truffles and a platter of fruit together with a note wishing my wife a happy birthday. Apparently the maid had noticed my wife's birthday cards and told the management.

      All in all an excellent short break using easyjet, schonefeld airport and hotels.com.

      Would recommend this hotel to anyone.

      One last note,we did find that one taxi driver who appeared to have trouble finding his way from Alexanderplatz to Wallstrasse to find the hotel.

      He said it was the first time that he had ever taken people there.

      As this hotel has only been open a few months this minor problem may occur with the odd taxi driver.

      Good, stylish, modern well located

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      When we booked this hotel, I was surprised at how few reviews there are for it - and therefore how low its ranking is for Berlin hotels on Trip Advisor.

      This really is a good hotel. It's smart, modern, stylish - quite minimal, but well presented. The Wall Street and money theme is nicely done throughout the hotel with fun quirks. Rooms have lovely high ceilings and well designed, unique furnishings. Lovely bed linen and a firm but really comfy bed. I thought the air conditioning was very quiet.

      Not too many channels for English speakers on the TV - CNN, BBC World (my preference) and Bloombergs. But TVs were smart flat screens.

      Bathrooms are really swish with a great shower and large bath. As per the previous reviewer, we travelled with someone else who only had a shower. Our bathroom had a funky frosted glass screen as the door to the room. I was twinning up and, whilst you couldn't really see any detail, you could see an outline of the other person in the bathroom, and you could hear EVERYTHING! This may not be to everyone's liking.

      The staff were fantastic - always friendly and very willing to help. They have a good buzz about them and whilst the property was quiet when we were there mid August, I think with time, this will become a busy, bustling hotel.

      Didn't eat at the hotel but the restaurant looked nice. A couple of nice lounge areas are available at the hotel - again, swish modern furnishings.

      The location is brilliant. The U Bahn station is 50 metres away and the line - U2 - is one of the best in the city. It links Alexander Platz (centre of the East) to Ku'damn (centre of the West) via Potsdamer Platz (the new centre of Berlin - you must go!). So really everything is easily to hand. We transfered from Schoenfeld Airport (flew in on Ryanair) via the train service and it was easy and efficient.

      Finally, just to say that Berlin is a fascinating city - we loved our trip. There is so much to see and do and the city is developing in an incredible way.

      A new and well designed property!

      from

      Just returned from a long weekend, two nights, at the Wall-Street

      Park-Plaza.

      The location is really perfect, only two subway-stations from "Stadtmitte" or "Alexanderplatz" near to the main shopping area "Friedrichstrasse". The property is good to reach from all Berlin airports by public transport. I arrived with a group of total five travellers late Friday and pre-ordered a taxi van by the hotel.

      No problem, but expensive, 20 EUROS.

      No noise all around, had a good sleep there!.

      We´re (me, my wife and my seven year old son) had an upgrade to a larger room on the top (5th.) floor with a real large bathroom with bathtub. Flat TV screen, work-station, well designed with "Wall-Street" signs.

      Breakfast buffet was ok, not to big, but all what we need.

      Fare booked on the hotel website around 70.--EUROS per night,

      breakfast 15.-- EUROS per adult, children under twelve years free.

      The staff extremely friendly and helpful, especially as we asked for a larger room when we arrived late Friday, no problem.

      Late check-out 1 pm, also no problem.

      A recommendable place there.

      Great

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      Stayed in this hotel a couple weeks ago, stayed for 3 nights. Had an great deal (€70) a night, including breakfast....the check in was very fast, the staff was helpfull...the breakfast was really good, good buffet...the room was good size and clean....just had an issue with the botles of water...arriving late at the hotel after a long trip, i dicieded to have some water( there was 2 botles of water, 1 still 1 sparkling) and a botle of wine...so i had some still water...next day when arrived to the room from a long sightseeing day, found a receipt for the botle of water( € 4)...When i stay at other hotels, they all have free water, wines, buiscuits, ect....but never been charged...so then when doing the check out told reception manager about the situation and then the bill was removed from the final bill..

      But in the end is was a very good stay...great location...walk towards the bridge and u can find lots of restaurants...and the U-bahn is 50 metres away....

      Brand new Park Plaza Wallstrasse

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      We have just returned from a 5 night stay in the Park Plaza Walstrasse Berlin. The hotel was opened in April this year. It is modern, bright & well designed. The hotel has a bar, restaurant, sauna & fitness suite, although the fitness suite was closed during our stay as there had been some issue with the equipment.

      We got a great deal on our stay by using a promotional code from zoo(--) This included free breakfast, a room upgrade & 25% off a meal in the restaurant.

      The hotrl is located in Mitte, this is part of the old Eastern side of Berlin. We found it very quiet at night & it also felt very safe, although there was a lot of graffiti on some surrounding buildings. The hotel is less than 50 metres away from the U Bhan Station (Marchess Museum) on the U2 line & because of this anywhere within Berlin can be reached in a very short time.

      We found the staff helpfull & polite & we especially liked the carpet design in the hotel room, as it is designed around a 1 dollar bill.

      We would certainly tecommend the Park Plaza on Wallstrasse.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin Mitte

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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