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We met our German friends here for a few days. It's only a very short distance to the subway which we used every day. There are also restaurants very close by. There is a nice patio and garden to enjoy a beer or to relax...More
I had a single room, which really had only one bed (seldom seen these days), which was very comfortable. The room was pretty big, with a good bathroom. The only things missing were a fridge and heavy curtains. The curtains there were, didn't really get...More
We stayed 4 nights. Very spacious room, small cramped bathroom, difficult to negotiate around, so I banged my head on the door in the dark in the middle of the night. Clean and tidy. No tea/coffee in room. Wi-Fi is good, but you can only...More
I stayed at Hotel Carolinenhof for 8 nights so I really got to experience the room. I arrived prior to check in so I deposited my bag at the hotel (free of charge) and then proceeded to see Berlin. When check in time rolled around...More
Hotel Karolinenhof is the place where I will come again and again. I come to Berlin few times pro year. I come always there like to the friendly home: the stuff, the food, the peace. Where in a big city You good find a place...More
Response from inferno1020 | Reviewed this property |
My answer to your question is yes and no. I choose this hotel because it was not in the heart of the city. I wanted to see how the locals live and at the same time not to be miles and miles away from all the action. The... More
My answer to your question is yes and no. I choose this hotel because it was not in the heart of the city. I wanted to see how the locals live and at the same time not to be miles and miles away from all the action. The hotel was on a tree lined street and though my unit was facing the main road I did not hear much noise and I even kept my window open all the time I was in the room. I took the metro everyday to see the attractions and it probably took 4 to 8 stops to get there. So for me it was near all the action but I would not say it was within walking distance. A half a block from the hotel is a street called Berlinerstrabe. It is a main road (4 lanes) with restaurants, 2 supermarkets, a fruit and veggie stand, a dry cleaner and other types of store. My point is, there is action in the vicinity just no major attractions. I hope this helps you to make the best choice in choosing your accommodations. I know that I would stay at Hotel Carolinenhof again if and when I return to Berlin.