Stuttgarter Platz 14,10627 BerlinFruit bowl
Hotel built in 1894, Last complete renovation 2001, Last partial renovation 2011, Number of floors 3, Total number of rooms 46, Number of single rooms 19, Number of double rooms 27, of which have 2 separate beds 4, of which have a double bed 18, of which are suitable as three-bed rooms 9, of which are suitable as four-bed rooms 5, Bed-and-breakfast hotel, City hotel, Business hotel, Art/design hotel, family-run hotel, child-friendly hotel, Gay and lesbian-friendly hotel
positiv: very good location, close to shops, metro stattion
negativ: half-floor lift is no good when you have heavy luggages (the lift landed on half way of each floor)
Hotel's comments: Dear guest, we agree with you: While our elevator makes things easier with heavy luggage, leaving just half a floor to carry it, an elevator stopping on the full floor would be more comfortable. Unfortunately, this was not possible due to the construction of the building - which was built in 1894. We hope and believe the old building has not only uncomfortable, but also charming aspects which make for a positive overall feeling for our guests.
positiv: Excellent location right next to Charlottenburg S-Bahn. It seemed to be a quiet location.
negativ: Shower height couldn't be adjusted as it was broken.
Hotel's comments: Dear Stephen, thanks very much for your argument. We now, of course, keep the shower in a good state of repair.
From Railway station Zoologischer Garten: with the Metropolitan Railway (direction Spandau, Grunewald, Wannsee) 2 stations to metropolitan railway stop Charlottenburg From airport Tegel: Bus No. 109 (direction Zoologischer Garten) to metropolitan railway station Charlottenburg
From east: A12, onto Berliner Ring (A10 towards Hannover) until Potsdam junction, then A115 to exit Kurfürstendamm From south: (A9 from Munich/Leipzig) or from the west (A2 from Hanover): onto Berliner Ring, A10 towards Berlin until Potsdam junction, then A115 to exit Kurfürstendamm, take the Ku´Damm to Adenauer Platz, take a left, take another left after the railway bridge > Stuttgarter Platz.