The Westin Grand Berlin

Friedrichstrasse 158 - 164, Berlin, 10117, Germany | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor), Brewer's Berlin Tours, Unter den Linden, and Cafe Einstein.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Grand Berlin

    Reviewed by blaze_benavides

    Best Stay In Berlin

    Reviewed Jun 27, 2014
    by (1 review) Alice Texas , United States Flag of United States

    The stay was absalutly positivly awsome i loved also loved the service.

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    Reviewed by londoncort

    Very Baby Friendly

    Reviewed Feb 18, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Extremely baby friendly in terms of providing crib/cot bed, high chair and any other needs we may have had for in our room for our 6 month old daughter. Babysitting services are available but quite pricey at €25 per hour with a two hour minimum. Used the pool each day for a swim with baby where staff was incredibly accommodating and helpful. Would definitely recommend to those traveling with and without baby.

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    Reviewed by escossia

    Excelente Hotel

    Reviewed Dec 14, 2010
    by (1 review) Brasilia , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Excelente Hotel

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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Westin Grand Berlin

    Bestin Westin.


    My partner and I stayed at the Westin Grand for a 3-night break during February and were very impressed by the greeting and the facilities at the hotel. Breakfasts were excellent and so was Frederiks, the restaurant. Our room was ample and I would rave about the bed (not just heavenly by name....). The pool and spa area were brilliant and, having sampled a real German massage I can say it was probably the best one ever! The only criticism was that the shower in our bathroom was extremely powerful and the reduced size shower curtain could not cope.

    Overall I would definitely stay at this hotel next time I visit Berlin and would strongly recommend it to other visitors.

    What an Awesome Hotel!


    We were blown away with this property. Our rooms were on the inside of the hotel, away from the street, and were perfect. The evening turndown service is a very nice touch. The concierge desk provided above-and-beyond service. The breakfast buffet was nearly'll lack for nothing...and it includes the nicest staff ever pouring hot coffee from silver service pots....all tables with white linens. Rooms were quiet and plenty of hot water. Location is perfect for the East side of Berlin...just a quick walk to both the U Bahn and S Bahn....and city bus to airport (TXL) is only a block away. You'll enjoy your stay. And, yes, we'll stay there again.

    Perfect First Class all the Way!


    We went for 5 days the last week in January. This hotel is first class all the way! The staff was VERY attentive and VERY professional. The concierge gave excellent dining recommending as well as attaining hard sought after tickets to opera and shows. The buffet breakfast which was included in the room was the best we've ever had. You name it they had it. Hotel was very clean and was in an excellent location. 5 minute walk to either Potzdamer Platz or Brandenberg Gate and right across from a U Bahn stop. The rate was VERY reasonable. We look forward to staying at this hotel again.

    Great even with the common cold!


    Both my boyfriend and i were flu-ridden whilst on a 3 night stay in Berlin. We did manage, however, to have a fantastic stay at the Westin Grand and because the hotel was so near the attractions - Brandenburger Tor, Berliner Dom, Checkpoint Charlie... we even managed to get around and see a lot. Even though i didn't make it down to the pool for fear of making myself even more ill, i still enjoyed a really warm big bath in the nice en-suite and vegged out in front of the tv, while snacking from the well stocked yet overpriced minibar! Cheers for a fabulous time bunny!

    Great location


    We stayed at the Westin Grand in Berlin this past October for four nights. Excellent location in the Mitte (Center) of Berlin on the East side. Within easy walking distance to most of the sights. The breakfast was awesome. The Spa was terrific, definitely try a massage. The staff was very accomodating. The only reason we did not give this the highest rating was the bed was a bit narrow for two people. The Hotel was full the entire time we were there and we were unable to switch rooms.

    Definitely try the Original Walking Tours of Berlin if the weather is nice.

    Great Place


    Great Place make sure you check out the pool close to the best spots in Belin(mitte)

    A Wonderful Experience


    This is an outstanding first class hotel. We had no complaints of any kind. The breakfast, included in the room rate was the best we found in a month-long trip to Europe. This hotel enjoys a perfect location on the Unter Den Linden just a few moments walk from the Brandenburg Gate and many other attractions. Close by are a fabulous array of good sidewalk cafes and restaurants. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here.

    Great Hotel, Great Location!


    Just came back from my first trip to Berlin, and I stayed at the Westin. I'm very choosy when it comes to hotels, and the Westin did not dissapoint in any way. The only criticism I have would be that the rooms did not have safes and were a tad bit small. But, they were beautifully appointed and decorated. Get a room facing the nice inner garden courtyard, it's more quiet than a room facing the street. The hotel has an elaborate spa with a large indoor heated pool, sauna, hot tub and complete workout room with excercise and weight lifting machines. There is also a bar in the pool area for food and drink service. And best of all, a private elevator takes you to the spa area so you don't have to walk through the lobby in your robe. The hotel also has a business center with free internet access. My room rate came with breakfast, served in a beautiful dining room facing Freidrichstrasse with an enormous spread of food. The lobby bar is a very nice and gracious place to rest, facing Friedrichstrasse. The location of the hotel itself is also ideal, a half block from a U-Bahn station and right in the middle of the Mitte district, a block away from Unter den Linden. The staff were also very professional and helpful. All in all, a great hotel for alot less money than the overpriced Hotel Adlon or Four Seasons next door, or the generic Hilton or Hyatt in Potsdamer Platz. I'd never stay anywhere else in Berlin!

    Very Good


    Stay often for business. Would make it home base for leisure, too. Amazing breakfast upstairs from lobby. Great service, central location. Rooms are nice, but very small, inclduing bathrooms. Very traditional.

    Wonderful Staff


    Judging from its luxurious appearance, I thought the staff would be stuck-up and arrogant. Wrong me. They were very helpful and friendly! The location (on Friedrichstrasse, right next to Brandenburg Gate) is by far the very best spot in Berlin.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Westin Grand Berlin

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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