It seems like everywhere you go, you’ve got to shift your expectations on your hotel. In Paris, the rooms tend to run small; in Amsterdam, the stairs are steep and more like ladders; in Miami, there’s often a resort fee to pay. Don’t wonder anymore–we’ll tell you what you need to know about Berlin’s hotels!
Even the most basic rooms are a good size with great amenities!
We can hear your sigh of relief from here. After traveling through Paris and London, we were itching for a nice-sized room that wouldn’t feel cramped or break the bank. Berlin fit the bill beautifully! Throughout our selection, the standard double rooms are a nice size—typically 200 square feet and going up. One of our favorites is the suite at The Dude; we feel like we could dance the night away with this much space! And of course each has the amenities to match: free Wi-Fi is pretty much the norm at our selected hotels (not necessarily for Berlin!), well-known toiletries (like Molton Brown or local specialties like Turn Off the Water), and many hotels offer a restaurant, bar, pool, and/or private courtyard.
Go to the rooftop if it’s a view you want.
We adore Berlin, but it’s not a place where your hotel is going to give you a room with the most magnificent vista of Berlin. It’s very much a low-rise city with few landmarks that tower above it, so really the rooftop is your best option for a sweeping view. Rest assured that hotels are well aware of the assets on their rooftops; they tend to guard them jealously to save them for their guests (and who can really say no to an exclusive view)? However, never say no to a terrace or a window overlooking a courtyard—you could find yourself seeing this or this!
The initiative and referendum;: The negative. Address ... at the twenty-eighth annual meeting of the Ohio State Bar Association, Hotel Victory, Put-in-Bay, July 11, 1907
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