- In the heart of Berlin, close to historical sites and restaurants
- Located a three-minute walk from Checkpoint Charlie
- Bright, modern rooms with crisp white bedding and graphic prints
- Funky lime-green bathrooms, plus plasma TVs and electronic safes
- Cool on-site restaurant serving Asian cuisine
- Trendy bar and lounge offering drinks and light fare
- Nice breakfast buffet served at long communal tables (extra fee)
- Bike rentals available
- Free Wi-Fi throughout
- No air conditioning
- Limited in-room amenities (no mini-fridges or coffee service)
- Breakfast may cost an extra fee
- No fitness facilities
The Hotel Gat Point Charlie is a solid mid-range option conveniently located in the bustling Mitte district, in walking distance to major attractions, like Checkpoint Charlie, which is just a three-minute walk from the hotel. The property's 140 rooms, which range from singles to junior suites, are bright, clean, and comfortable with trendy minimalistic, modern decor, though extras like mini-fridges and coffee/tea service don't come standard, and there's no AC. The property has an Asian restaurant, a trendy bar serving drinks and light fare, plus a nice breakfast spread and free Wi-Fi. Travelers on the market for larger rooms might consider the Mondrian Suites Hotel Berlin Checkpoint Charlie, but this spot offers fewer features and design is less fresh.
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Hotel Gat Point Charlie
Mid-range hotel with trendy modern decor and space-age details
The facade of Hotel Gat Point Charlie makes a strong opening statement with a collage of grays and greens. Both the color palette and streamlined design continue inside, where minimalistic modern style gets a space-age edge. In the lobby, green upholstered ottoman-style seating is strewn across a splash of green carpeting. Furniture and ceiling accents feature rounded corners, and the Euro hotel chain's green cat-eye logo lurks here and there. The cleanliness and trendiness distract from some of the less enticing details -- like a lack of air-conditioning and limited in-room amenities -- but for tourists on a budget, including solo travelers and small groups, this hotel offers stylish digs and a great location for the price.
In the heart of Berlin, close to historical sites and restaurants
Hotel Gat Point Charlie is situated in Mitte, the historical heart of Berlin, and provides a great base for exploring the city. Most of the popular sites and political institutions are located within the Mitte district, and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby, too. In walking distance, guests will find Checkpoint Charlie (three-minute walk), Typography of Terror (eight-minute walk), and Brandenburg Gate (16-minute walk), among other attractions. For sights farther out, the nearest subway stop is a three-minute walk. Guests can get to Berlin Tegel Airport in as little as 31 minutes via public transit.
Fresh, modern rooms with comfy beds but limited amenities (no AC)
Clean, minimalistic, and modern, the hotel's guest rooms go for a light and airy look pairing crisp white bedding with black floors and white walls. Graphic drapes and modular, open-wardrobes offer a touch of space-age style and vibrant bathrooms feature cool lime-green tiling and white fixtures. Rooms have plasma TVs and electronic safes, while bathrooms have hairdryers and quality Castelbel toiletries. But air-conditioning, mini-fridges, and coffee/tea service are notably missing.
While rooms aren't enormous, they're well-sized for a city hotel and include Singles, Doubles, and Triples, plus Junior Suites, which feel a bit more like mini-apartments than hotel rooms adding extras like sitting areas, mini-fridges, and iPod stations. Rooms are fairly well-insulated from exterior noise, though guests occasionally note noise in courtyard-facing rooms.
Good breakfast buffet, nice restaurant, and stylish bar serving drinks and light fare
The Gat Point Charlie is rather straightforward when it comes to features, but it does offer a few handy extras including a communal breakfast area where a daily buffet is served. The buffet offers a nice spread of hot and cold items, though it may cost an extra fee. The hotel also has an on-site restaurant, Avan, which specializes in Asian cuisine, and a trendy bar that serves drinks and light fare. There's no business center, but a computer is on hand in the lobby for guest use and Wi-Fi throughout is free. Staff tend to be helpful and friendly offering front desk service 24 hours a day and luggage storage. Bike rentals are also available on-site.
Meeting / Conference Rooms
Rental Car Service Desk Onsite
Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space
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