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NH Berlin Mitte

NH Berlin Mitte Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The NH Berlin Mitte is a 392-room property in the heart of the city. Rooms feature stylish, contemporary decor and flat-screen TVs. All rooms have minibars, coffeemakers, and soundproof windows. The hotel restaurant offers a (pricey) daily breakfast buffet and serves both international and Spanish cuisine for lunch and dinner. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Hotel perks include a small, modern fitness room, small sauna and spa area, and bike rental program. Overall, it's a nice upscale pick that offers a solid value.

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.

Grand City Hotel Berlin East

Grand City Hotel Berlin East Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 317-room Grand City Hotel Berlin East is a value option away from the city center. This clean, quiet hotel offers bland rooms and suites with almost bare walls, simple furniture, and old tube TVs. Decor may not be a priority for the guests who choose to stay here, though, as these rooms are available at practically hostel rates. Bathrooms in standard rooms have tiny shower stalls, but upgrading to a suite provides more space. Perks here include a bright, modern fitness center and a location that is close to local tram stops. With 24-hour room service and an affordable breakfast at the on-site New Orleans bar, this hotel is a good pick, but it can be a little difficult to find and there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.

Grand City Central Hotel Berlin Airport

Grand City Central Hotel Berlin Airport Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Grand City Central Hotel Berlin Airport is one of the more upscale, appealing options in this chain. That being said, it is still a budget property with sparse amenities. Updated, bright rooms have soothing, neutral-toned decor with modern artwork, cool furniture, and small flat-screen TVs. There's plenty of space in living areas, but shower stalls and bathrooms are tight, and no toiletries are provided. The all-white, modern breakfast room with flowers on the tables is appealing, but the buffet isn't included in the nightly rate. These 70 renovated rooms are also sometimes subjected to airplane noise. Guests who don't need to be near the airport might consider the centrally located sister property, Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm.

Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm

Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Grand City Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm is a mid-range option with spare amenities. There are some signs of age in the building, but for the most part everything looks fresh and clean. Quiet rooms are considerably more modern than at sister properties within this small chain -- rooms here have flat-screen TVs, a playful, modern design, and updated bathrooms. The sleek, jazz-themed breakfast area is appealing, as is the patio dining area and the small lobby fireplace. The biggest perk here is the location. The hotel is close to Berlin's best shopping along the Kurfurstendamm and is surrounded by dining options and cafes.

NH Berlin Treptow

NH Berlin Treptow Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The NH Berlin Treptow is located alongside the River Spree, a 20-minute train ride from the center of Berlin. This hotel, with a simplistic white facade, has 126 rooms and suites. Decor is basic, and clean rooms have work desks, lounge chairs, flat-screen TVs, and duvets. Rooms with river views are quieter than the front-facing rooms, which may experience street noise. The Spreeblick restaurant and lounge has indoor and outdoor service, and is one of the only restaurant options in the neighborhood. Other hotel perks include a small fitness room, sauna, outdoor barbecue facilities, and free parking, but there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.

Best Western Grand City Hotel Berlin Mitte

Best Western Grand City Hotel Berlin Mitte Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Best Western Grand City Hotel Berlin Mitte is a 166-room urban chain hotel. Rooms are comfortable and clean with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and work desks. Decor varies in different room categories, but some rooms have soaking tubs and fun design features like sheer curtains separating the bedroom from the living space, and the pop of a bright green carpet. With floor to ceiling windows, rooms are filled with sunlight. Beyond the modern rooms, the lobby looks like it could belong in any Best Western in the world. A restaurant, cozy terrace bar, and small fitness room round out the hotel features. Though the breakfast is pricey this hotel offers a central location and decent value.

NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee

NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee is a 99-room hotel near local transport. Bright but basic rooms have red accent walls and black leather furniture, along with flat-screen TVs, minibars, and coffeemakers. The charming Wirtshaus-Fünfländereck restaurant and lounge is a rustic space serving a buffet breakfast and German cuisine for lunch or dinner. In the summer all meals can be enjoyed outside on the garden terrace. There is also a cozy cellar dining room with a vaulted ceiling. Additional hotel perks include the free wellness center with a sauna and relaxation area. However, there are pesky fees for both breakfast and Wi-Fi.

Grand City Hotel Berlin Zentrum

Grand City Hotel Berlin Zentrum Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Grand City Hotel Berlin Zentrum is a mid-range property with a great location. Rooms are clean but slightly dated, and lack basic amenities (standard rooms don't have coffeemakers or safes, and no rooms have alarm clocks). Rooms have small, flat-screen TVs and tiny bathrooms, unless guests choose to upgrade to one of the pricier room options. Its location on Kurfurstendamm, a main drag with tons of shopping and restaurants, is a real draw, along with the appealing, 24-hour lobby bar. While the red and yellow color scheme is appealing in a traditional way, a nearby sister property -- the Grand City Hotel Berlin Kudamm -- is in better shape and may be a better value.

Hotel Gat Point Charlie

Hotel Gat Point Charlie Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Hotel Gat Point Charlie -- from the Gatrooms hotel group, which has five hotels in Europe -- is conveniently located near Checkpoint Charlie. The facade of the building makes a strong statement with a collage of grays and greens. The streamlined design continues on the interior, with 140 clean and modern rooms. Crisp white bedding is accented with graphic prints and bold color splashes. Custom modular furniture gives the rooms a space-age feel and suites feel more like urban apartments than hotel rooms. With free Wi-Fi, big flat-screen TVs, and a modern, communal breakfast room, this hotel is a great pick in a central location.


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