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Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof
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Reviewed May 12, 2013

We stayed for an extended weekend. The hotel is very nice with an absolutely excellent breakfast buffet. Location is close to shopping but not ideal for sightseing though the U-Bahn will easily get you around. Nice roomservice and pool/spa area. We'd revisit in a heartbeat!

Room Tip: View towards the zoo is preferable but not too close to the elevators. If you plan to use the spa yiu might want a room close by since the hotel is rather large.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank RuusPedersen
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Reviewed May 8, 2013

friendly helpful reception staff, great rooms, well laid out and contemporary styling. all the little extras you get in a 4 star hotel, (slippers, robes etc) 9th floor room meant great views over the zoo. nice and quiet location, with a short walk to the station, or to a fab cafe around the corner, which was great for breakfast. had a night cap in the bar one evening, it was like most other hotel bars, hushed, and slightly sterile, but that's fairly typical. Lcoation meant that everywhere was accessible, the airport and the city centre. we made great use of the ABC welcome card! Would stay there again.

Room Tip: ask for a room on hte 9th floor
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank ntheg
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Reviewed May 8, 2013

We stayed here for a long weekend at the end of April 2013. The hotel is beautiful and modern, very clean and well presented. the breakfast was amazing with a great variety of hot and cold food to suit everybody. The staff where very friendly and helpful and always happy to help and give advice. The pool and gym area was nice an relaxing and the sauna area was nice too, be warned though if you're English or a bit prudish the Germans like to strip off completely in the sauna :) We took our two year old daughter and we found the hotel was very good with children also, she had a great time.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Paul W
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

I spent a long weekend in Berlin recently and stayed at this hotel. I selected it based on trip advisor. The hotel is well situation near to the zoo the 100 and 200 bus which stops near the hotel is a straight shot to some of the main attractions including Reichstag building. I enjoyed my stay and the room service food was very good. The buffet breakfast, while great quality, was a bit pricey (hence the lower rating below). The front desk staff and wait staff were very friendly and welcoming. The concierge sent us to the wrong boat dock for the Berlin river tour. It was an honest mistake and one that was rectified with a refund on the tour and an apology. Housekeeping did a great job too. The pool and gym looked inviting, but unfortunately the pool was closed when I wanted to swim.

Overall I would recommend this hotel.

Room Tip: Rooms further away from the elevator help to avoid the 'chill out' space noise; the chill out space is an area for guests to congregate.
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

Only two little things I'd change:

One; make the big bed out of a big mattress. Not two little mattresses. Two little ones is not as good as one big one, it really isn't. Half your leg vanishing down a hole when you're trying to, eeeerm, yeah, that. A vanishing leg then is very annoying.

Two; serve proper tea. I don't want fruit tea, mint tea, dingobongopinkyberry tea or any other such claptrap nonsense. Just tea please. My fault for not sticking a couple of teabags in my suitcase I suppose but there's nothing quite like a cup of actual tea after a long journey. Annoyingly, the hotel bar downstairs does serve actual tea (ish (there isn't any in the rooms)) but we only found this out an hour before leaving.

Three; did I say two? This is more like a half thing. Don't charge 27 euros for breakfast. A table of pastry/juice/tea/cereal/cheese/meat is not worth 27 Euros. 27 roubles? Possibly. 27 1930s German marks? More likely. The sandwich shop directly across the road is very reasonably priced, has free wifi, polite service and really good coffee. Juice squeezed while you wait too.

Four: Yeah I know, I said two. Don't charge for wifi. At least don't charge 3 Euros an hour. This is stupid, it costs you next to nothing and your markup is several thousand percent. At a few quid for a week you'd still make a mint and nobody would complain. At 3 Euros an hour I went elsewhere.

Otherwise, room was clean, view was great, desk staff pleasant, polite and helpful...

Location wise it is better for the zoo/shopping end of town than it is the sightseeing end although it's all perfectly walkable if you're fit and the public transport decent if you're not (or too full of sausage and beer).

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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