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SANA Berlin Hotel

SANA Berlin Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale hotel, part of the Portuguese SANA chain, is in a convenient western Berlin location, within walking distance to dining and shopping options on popular Kurfürstendamm avenue. Its rooms are large and have an appealing modern minimalism with lauded views of the city. The hotel differentiates itself by its Portuguese flair and having a number of even larger apartment-style rooms with kitchenettes for long stays. Lack of adequate air-conditioning can be an issue throughout summer months, which is only partially alleviated by room windows that open to the city air. The small indoor pool is a bonus for the generally younger clientele, as is the free breakfast, served late through the day. The nearby Hotel Q! lacks the pool, but has more stylish rooms for cheaper rates.
Hotel Q!

Hotel Q! Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The edgy Hotel Q! is as much a club as it is a hotel, something its NH Berlin Kurfüerstendamm isn't as swanky, but it has larger rooms and cheaper rates.
25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin

25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Incredibly cool, the 149-room, eco-friendly 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin is a great option for hip, design-conscious travelers looking to stay in the heart of the city. Its West Berlin location is next to Berlin Zoo and very close to Tiergarten and Breitscheidplatz, with plenty of places to dine and drink within walking distance in the neighborhood. This design hotel's theme is urban jungle, and its huge public spaces are full of greenery, glass, and exposed pipes. There are two restaurants and a bakery on-site, plus a rooftop cocktail bar overlooking the zoo. There's also a 24-hour fitness center, a sauna, and a lounge space for relaxing. Rooms are just as quirky and trendy as the rest of the four-pearl hotel, with doodles drawn on the walls, hammocks, and rainfall showerheads in the minimalist bathrooms.
Michelberger Hotel

Michelberger Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Michelberger Hotel is a trendy, budget-friendly option set in a former warehouse in the Friedrichshain neighborhood. Most of the 119 rooms have spare, modern decor; the exception is the Gold Room, which is decked out in an opulent, romantic style. Some of the rooms have exposed cement, big windows, and open showers, while others have bunk beds and can accommodate larger groups. Higher-end rooms such as the Chalet and Gold Rooms come with better amenities and artistic decor. A big breakfast buffet (for a fee) is served daily, and food and drinks can be ordered from the outdoor terrace. Highlights at this quirky hotel include a stylish lobby full of books and magazines and a bar with live DJs. The local neighborhood is full of more restaurants, bars, and nightlife.
NH Berlin Kurfuerstendamm

NH Berlin Kurfuerstendamm Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The NH Berlin Kurfuerstendamm is a 167-room hotel near Ku'Damm, home of great shopping and dining. The brick property is sleek and modern with a rooftop terrace offering panoramic views of Berlin. Contemporary rooms are decorated in soothing, neutral tones and have flat-screen TVs along with electric kettles. Hotel perks include the 7th floor fitness and wellness area, offering a steamroom, sauna, heated lounge chairs, and a fitness center. Breakfast is served in a bright room on the second floor until late morning, though the price is steep. A stylish bar serves cocktails and light meals, and the lively outdoor patio is a great amenity during summer months. While the location and amenities are good, there is a fee for Wi-Fi (free in the lobby) and no full restaurant on-site.
Estrel Berlin

Estrel Berlin Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Estrel is a mammoth conference hotel with 1,125 rooms and suites. This complex also has five restaurants, two bars, a summer garden, and a concert venue with a performance every night. Simple, modern rooms are on the large side and have minibars, flat-screen TVs, and work desks. The hotel has a variety of public spaces, including a spacious lobby, outdoor biergarten, and indoor atrium bar. There is also a well-equipped fitness room and a business center. All of these amenities are an effort to make the complex as entertaining as possible, as the Estrel is quite far from the bustle of Berlin's center.

Hotel AMANO Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 163-room Hotel AMANO is an attractive mid-range hotel in a convenient, central location in Mitte. The standard rooms are small but modern, and larger apartment-style rooms are also available with living space, kitchenettes, and washing machines. The hotel has a well-reviewed hot and cold breakfast buffet for a fee and a dark, sultry bar on-site with musical entertainment. There’s no fitness center and some guests complain about the smoky smell in the common areas, but there is an inviting seasonal rooftop bar with city views. Guests may want to compare rates with NH Berlin Mitte, a stylish, contemporary hotel with a small fitness center and sauna. Wi-Fi is free.
Generator Berlin Mitte

Generator Berlin Mitte Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 139-room Generator Berlin Mitte is a sleek chain hostel with an artsy-industrial vibe. It’s popular with the 20- and 30-something set and offers a lively bar with a dance floor. The cafe on-site serves locally inspired food, but there’s a fee for breakfast. Rooms can be tight on space (as expected in a hostel) and hot in the summer, but guests appreciate the friendly staff, attention to style, private room option, and hot showers. There's another Generator hostel in Berlin, Generator Hostel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, which is farther from the city center, but offers an outdoor barbecue area in the summer and free parking.
aletto Kudamm Hotel & Hostel

aletto Kudamm Hotel & Hostel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The two-and-a-half pearl aletto Kudamm caters to a younger crowd of budget travelers in the heart of western Berlin. It's on a busy street right near the major Zoologischer Garten train station and, as the Kudamm moniker suggests, it's within walking distance to trendy Kurfürstendamm avenue's shopping. The rooms are clean and functional and have some of the lowest rates around. There are also a number of group bunk rooms and a separate hostel area for backpackers with a communal kitchen. On-site bars are a plus as are numerous games and social activities for travelers looking to make new friends. The Circus Hotel and Circus Hostel, across the street from each other in the city center, are well worth looking into, but unlike this hotel, they have no in-room air-conditioning.
Generator Hostel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg

Generator Hostel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The 238-room Generator Hostel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg is a vibrant chain hostel popular with a younger crowd. Backpackers and other groups of young travelers are attracted by bargain prices, a bar with happy hour specials and dancing, and a beer garden where guests can barbecue. The hostel has both private and shared rooms that are clean but small and don’t have Wi-Fi. There is a restaurant on-site that serves a limited breakfast and dinner for a fee. There's another Generator hostel in Berlin, Generator Berlin Mitte, which is closer to the city center and feels a touch more modern.


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