About the hotel: loved the area -- within walking distance to so many neat stores, restaurants, and of course the famous park that hosts the big Sunday market.
Very friendly staff. Great set-up downstairs that's closed to the public in the evenings. That, along with the honor bar, allowed us to stay in one night -- grab pizza (delicious!) from the spot two doors down, open up some wine, and play cards. Takes away from the whole hotel vs Airbnb dilemma.
If you have time, I highly recommend the cafe for breakfast, or just general treats (they had a delicious chocolate cake with espresso frosting when we were there).
Room: we stayed in Room 1 -- so my comments are based on that. Very roomy. Wonderful rain shower, dual sinks, and a small hallways separating the room from the bathroom, so you feel less crammed. Everyone in our group commented on how they loved the towels and linens, which makes sense then that the hotel sells everything in-house, if you're sold!
Highly recommend it for the price, especially given alternatives. Very close to the U-Bahn, which made it a no-brainer and easy to trek around.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Linnen is a modern boutique-style "inn" with a lovely on-site café. In addition to 6 individually-styled rooms, we offer a separate three-room apartment in the same building. We also rent out three apartments in Mitte on a long term basis. ... more less
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