Hotel is a good location, close to Transport links for getting around. We like walking and the hotel is in walking distance to central and touristic areas, in my opinion.
Room was very clean and nice. Room was warm and the weather wasn't particularly good. Windows do open and shutters to cancel out sunlight, however I had requested a city view room...not much of a view but on the road side, so with the window open at night it was noisy. Windows shut and it was very quiet.
We didn't eat at hotel, had the occasional coffee in lobby to use wifi and it was very nice and comfortable. They have a garden as well, if the weather is nice enough. Staff were very pleasant and helpful.
Overall very good experience and would recommend.
Traveller from Newcastle, GB
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A nice friendly smaller than average Ibis. Interesting location a very short distance (200yards) from U-Bahn (U7) in travel zone B. Making it much closer in time to city centre than you might think.
Staff were very pleasant at both reception and breakfast. Breakfast Buffet was varied and fresh with a good selection. Typical Ibis 'pod' style bathroom thats functional, clean with loads of hot water and clean towels. PC with internet access available in small seating area near reception (only found part way through our break) was handy. Bedroom is simple but has all you need (including hair dryer & TV) and was spotless.
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A very clean hostel. I stayed in a dorm with 4 bunk beds with a private bathroom. There was even a new table and chairs in the room. Shampoo was provided. Parking was free and is in a very secure fenced in location about 50 meters from the building. The S-bahn is literally right behind the hostel, so transportation to the center is easy.
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Once dubbed 'Neu-Cooln', Berlin’s eighth district is an up-and-coming neighborhood to the south of the capital city, popular with young artists and students. Visitors can stroll along the river, and through the bustling Turkish Market, dine out at the trendy Reuter Quarter, and admire the architecture of Stadtbad Neukölln, a public swimming pool covered in beautiful mosaics.