Holiday Inn Berlin City Centre East - Prenzlauer Allee
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- In the heart of the vibrant Prenzauler Berg district
- On-site bar & restaurant
- Wi-Fi access
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Stay at the chic Holiday Inn – Berlin City Centre East Prenzlauer Allee hotel and enjoy being in the heart of the vibrant Prenzauler Berg district, surrounded by top city attractions and travel links. Take a theatre trip at the glittering Potsdamer Platz, travel back in time to the Cold War at the Berlin Walls Checkpoint Charlie or visit the famous Brandenburg Gate. Alternatively, take in the sights with a leisurely stroll through Berlin’s many cafes and boutiques.
All of the guest rooms at the Holiday Inn –Berlin City Centre East Prenzlauer Allee hotel are decorated to the highest standard and offer internet access, cable TV, air-conditioning, a mini bar, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and a hair dryer.
The hotel offers a bistro for guests to sample a wide range of dishes during their stay, before sipping on a cool drink in the lounge area. The hotel also includes pay parking, a bike rental service, a 24-hour reception and a gym.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 485 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Solid budget hotel
Stay Date: 11/2017, MrPhileasF wrote this review.
Whilst Holiday Inn Berlin City centre east is one of the cheaper hotels in town, and solid budget hotel with a good standard, it is not in tourist area so you will need to take the train (s-bahn) or the tram into town, which takes about 30 minutes d… See more
Whilst Holiday Inn Berlin City centre east is one of the cheaper hotels in town, and solid budget hotel with a good standard, it is not in tourist area so you will need to take the train (s-bahn) or the tram into town, which takes about 30 minutes depending on where you are going. There is plenty of restaurants and coffee shops around the hotel if you want to try something different from the hotel and there is a Lidl grocery store across the road. The rooms are nice, modern and functional although not very much extra space. The bathrooms are well planned and functional. All in all a solid budget hotel albeit not very central. Collapse
Four-star hotel that feels like a high three-star
Stay Date: 10/2017, tomhourigan wrote this review.
This hotel offers exactly what you’d expect from a Holiday Inn - a solid room at a fair rate, nothing more, nothing less. Staff (both at reception and on the cleaning team) were very friendly and helpful, both the room and communal areas were pretty… See more
This hotel offers exactly what you’d expect from a Holiday Inn - a solid room at a fair rate, nothing more, nothing less. Staff (both at reception and on the cleaning team) were very friendly and helpful, both the room and communal areas were pretty spotless and everything in the room itself worked. Beds were comfortable and the shower was decent. It was slightly disappointing not to have a safe or a minibar in the room, though, both of which we’d have used. The room service/bistro menu was also quite poor. Breakfast wasn't included and pricey, too, so we ate at local cafés instead. However if you want a good base for a stay in Berlin (right outside a tram stop, a 5 minute walk to a S Bahn station) the Holiday Inn’s a firm bet. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, BrendanKDublin wrote this review.
One huge issue that Holiday Inn need to sort out is the naming convention for those hotels. I, along with many many others ended up in the wrong hotel plus another €15 taxi trip to get to the right hotel. There are three similar sounding holiday in… See more
One huge issue that Holiday Inn need to sort out is the naming convention for those hotels. I, along with many many others ended up in the wrong hotel plus another €15 taxi trip to get to the right hotel. There are three similar sounding holiday inns in the East of Berlin. Holiday Inn City Centre East, Holiday Inn City East side, and Holiday Inn City East. For first time visitors this conundrum is difficult to decipher. Expensive at over €100 per night but well located and very comfortable rooms. Good size room, bed and windows allowing in natural light. No central light switch so to get the room lit at night one needs to walk around the room switching on and off lights. Excellent and powerful shower. Large bathroom area. Very friendly and professional front staff and waiting staff (apart from a rather disgruntled morning chef who didn't like me asking her what was going on with green scrambled eggs and a shortage of streaky bacon). Reception and front area small with a little bistro and minuscule menu. I Ordered a pizza from there once and enjoyed it. Would only allow Me a late check out till 1.30 pm. Having spent 9 nights with them, and a lot of money, I found this rather stingy and mean. All I wanted was till 4.00pm so I would have time to do some sight seeing on my last morning, return, have a relaxing shower and depart to Airport. For this reason, and the rather stupid naming convention for their hotels in Berlin, I have to down grade my star rating. (I travel Europe a lot and many hotels allow late check outs up to 4 or 5 pm). Despite this the hotel is a good one and there are a lot of good local restaurants, a supermarket next door and 10 minute walk to train station. The Free Internet is exceptionally slow Collapse
Quiet, nice staff, and clean
Stay Date: 08/2017, Chris H wrote this review.
This is a nice hotel in a district slightly out of the city centre (unless you're a hardcore walker a bus or a short taxi ride will be necessary to get into the centre). The staff spoke excellent English and were forgiving of my inability to say muc… See more
This is a nice hotel in a district slightly out of the city centre (unless you're a hardcore walker a bus or a short taxi ride will be necessary to get into the centre). The staff spoke excellent English and were forgiving of my inability to say much beyond hello, thank you, and goodbye in German. The receptionist was also kind enough to lend me a socket adaptor after I left mine in the office (this isn't part of their service but there is a big box of adapters that people have left behind and if they can help you they will) The room and the rest of the hotel were spotlessly clean. The bed was very comfortable and the location of my room meant it was quiet and I was able to get a good nights sleep. There was a big breakfast buffet available and the food was nice. Collapse
The Holiday Inn style of hospitality is another problem when visiting this messy city.
Stay Date: 07/2017, GHJ 2 wrote this review.
Staff – I got good impression both on emails and on the reception. But no score for the designer, he put the flushing button behind the toilet cover. Also no score for the management team. They sell breakfast as compulsory item for single occupied r… See more
Staff – I got good impression both on emails and on the reception. But no score for the designer, he put the flushing button behind the toilet cover. Also no score for the management team. They sell breakfast as compulsory item for single occupied room but optional for double occupied room and that’s why I forgot to add the optional breakfast for the other 2 guests so we spent 5 Euro more for the 3 breakfast, totally 30 Euro. This is not very considerable on the hotel side. This is a kind of overcharging by complicating the stuffs for the customers. Facilities – Shower was terrible, you have to keep the water pressure low. When high, it will make a screeching sound like those in the bodysnatcher movies. Also, the shower head holder was broken in room 418. So you have to stand close to the wall to have both hands free while shower. No Chinese TV Channels in an International Chain Hotel in this international metropolis of the planet. Toilet design old and flawed, you have to use one hand to move the toilet cover as the flushing button was behind it ! There was a blockage in the shower tray, and we managed to solve it by ourselves, which is the quickest option. Cleanliness – Gut. Comfort – No soap bar, no bottled shampoo. Environmental friendly, or an excuse for saving money. Also, it was so far away from the wash basin. This is unacceptable in a 4 stars hotel. Rediculous and outrageous. Value for Money – The soap, the shampoo, the toilet design, and the quality of the breakfast. Really awful standard as croissant had different taste one from another. Selection is very limited. Literally no staff managing the restaurant. As the only one in charge is the one checking if anyone forgot to add breakfast to their bill so another extra 5 Euro was earned. Location – After all this impression I had about Holiday Inn, I cannot say if there is anything inspired me or moved me in this city of Berlin. So no score for location as I find the whole city was a mess. Collapse
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