Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin
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The dawn of another day brings with it lots more to see. This time we decided to head off on foot first. We walked down to the Berndenburg Gate, took some snap shots and walked to the Sony Centre. Inside there was the second half of our aquarium tickets, Lego Adventure Park. What better way to spend the day then building lego.
Berlin. Our first full day touring, we sure did pack it in. So many boxes got ticked that we could have left that night!
Starting at the aquarium, which we probably would have not even realised existed but for the massive great tubular tank in the middle of our hotel. Not being able to access this from our hotel side we grabbed some …
Not much to report this morning. Car ride from East Dulwich after we figured 50 quid was easier than walk, bus, train, tube, whatever and bus to the airport. We were right. Off to Berlin.
Airport, cab, hotel and check in all went smooth to plan. The place was tops and the room was tops, also. A quick rest followed by gym session and …
Our final weekend in Europe turned into a weekend with Bernie. Part way through our day of Planes, Trains and Automobiles on Thursday The legendary Red Baron turned Paul into Bernie. The Red Baron is a nice restaurant at the Stuttgart Airport and while Paul was having dinner he just about met his maker. He survived with the help of his friends and …
We got into Berlin reasonably late. Our flight from Krakow didn't leave till 1920, so it was well after 9 pm when we checked in. A really nice hotel with a huge cylindrical fish tank in the lobby. One million litres of salt water and fish. Very cool looking at night. In the morning, a scuba diver jumps on and cleans at least a portion of the glass …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin
We got a great 5 day advance internet rate on this hotel for 99Euro. I expected sub standard rooms but got the most beautiful rooms on the top floor. I can only repeat everyone else's comment on the fact that this is a great hotel in a great location with great rooms and great service. The closest Sbahn station is Haescher Market Strausse and also the place very close to where Berlin walks begin.
We loved it
My fiance and I are just back from a wonderful weekend in Berlin: we had chosen our hotel following the reviews found here on "tripadvisor"and we are pretty happy we did so!
Just came back from East Berlin, stayed there with my partner for 6 nights. Very good service (I stay in hotels often, all over the world) Our room was large & lovley, bath is high tec, no noise what so ever from the street below. Highly reccomended.
Stayed at this wonderful hotel for four nights on a recent trip to Berlin. I would like to concur with all the positive remarks which have already been made about this hotel.
Exceptional Hotel and Staff
This Hotel recently opened and is stunning! The staff is attentive, the rooms are beautiful (very high tech), the location perfect.
You will not be disappointed if you book your stay here.
A superb hotel. Very comfortable, stylish room, terrific staff, great breakfast and spa. And then you;ve got the fish. Really outstanding.
One of the best...
One of the finest hotels i've stayed in anywhere. Great location. Service was outstanding. The rooms are very modern, clean. The restaurant, Heat, was a lot of fun.
Great hotel, great location
This hotel is fantastic. We had a room with an aquarium view - all internal rooms face the huge cylindrical aquarium in the lobby. The rooms are modern, the beds are very comfortable & the staff are friendly & helpful. The hotel is next to the river, cathedral & old museum area - plenty to see close by & about 20 mins walk down the main avenue to the Brandenburg Gate. There's a good choice of bars/restaraunts a few minutes walk from the hotel. We will be returning to Berlin & will definitely stay here again.
This is probably the best hotel I stayed in during my trip to Europe in July 2004. It has a very modern design, rooms are spacious, have flat screen tvs, metrosexual bathrooms, and modern furniture. The recption is at the bottom of a covered atrium (a common design for several -- if not all -- SAS Radissons), in front of a giant, multi-story cylindrical aquarium with thousands of coral reef fishes (to actually visit the aquarium you have to go to the fish museum next door). Breakfast can be taken in the atrium or on a boat on Spree, where you can savor typical German morning fare (salmon, cold cuts, sliced cheeses, eggs, saussages, bacon, multitude of breads, cereals, and fruit) while listening to a tourist guide.
The hotel is great. It has the largest indoor cylindrical aquarium in Europe in its hall which is a real sight. The rooms are very modern, the pool and the wellness area are great and the stuff is extremely friendly. It is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. It is also great for families since the extra bed is free and they do not charge kids for breakfast.