Good to know
Value for money
Distance to city centre
Distance to airport
|"Free minibar was great thanks."||(in 44 reviews)|
|"Incredible value for money."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Staff very friendly and helpful."||(in 112 reviews)|
|"This hotel is overrated and over-priced."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"small bed not so comfortable."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"It felt a bit too old."||(in 8 reviews)|
Time of year
Show reviews that mention
A really nice find!
Great spot to see Berlin. They weren't kidding about being close to public transportation, and even walking to a lot is a possibility. Room was classy, comfortable and clean. The entire hotel was, to our young eyes, a little classier than we'd normally stay in, but the price was right and we enjoyed it very much.
Took forever to get checked in. Front desk was mostly polite, but we felt a little brushed off waiting to check in. They did however hold our bags as it was well before check in time.
Mediocre and clearly not worth the money.
I was in Berlin for a couple of days on a business trip. Overall, the facility is mediocre. It is clearly old and a little bit rundown, but nothing particularly major. They try to keep it clean, but there is only so much you can do without major updates. Don't get me wrong-the hotel is not dirty, but it has more of a 2 or 3 star hotel level cleanness, definitely not 4. The location is OK. It's a bit further away from the center, but the hotel is literally in front of a U-station, which makes it easier.
My main two issues were with amenities and service. First, they have the worst wireless I've ever encountered anywhere in the world. Literally that. The connection was poor and kept dropping all the time. It was impossible to get any work done in the room. I could do some in the lobby, but not in my room. Also, weirdly, the terms of wireless service prohibit you to use Skype or IM under the argument of protecting copyright. I am not sure I understood this logic, but I couldn't communicate with my family from there anyway, because of the poor connection. The TV also didn't work very well. The few channels in English they have kept disconnecting. Second, the hotel staff, while not rude or anything, was very unwelcoming and not helpful at all. For example, I arrived pretty early and although I did not expect them to have a room for me at that hour, I hoped to use that time to do some work in the lobby. It turns out, you cannot access their wireless without a code and they will not issue a code unless you have a key to your room. They did check me in on arrival, but since the room was not ready I couldn't use the wireless even in the lobby. Why? Nobody gave me a reason, other than this is how things work in their hotel. The staff were not ready to do anything to help. Another example, when I learned couldn't use the internet in my room, I asked the front desk for instructions for getting to some place. Getting those instructions was like pulling teeth - I had to guide the front desk person through the process of looking for commute instructions online all while she does everything to show me that she is doing this unwillingly. Finally, I needed a band-aid at some point. Of course they did not have any. Honestly, I wouldn't mind most of it, but for what they charge and for the reviews I expected more. I will avoid this hotel in future. There are other options in their price range.
Proximity to Ubahn station and tourist sites.
Had to use the bar in sister hotel across the street.
Beautiful room, good central location. There is a u-bahn station right across the street, which is very convenient. Also, if you want to, you can walk in 15 minutes from the hotel to the Alexanderplatz.
The shower fell apart twice during my stay. However, I managed to fix it myself without any tools.
romm very large and confortable, with small kitcken- very quiet
Breakfast a little bit expensive
Set in Berlin-Mitte, Living Hotel Berlin Mitte by Derag is within an easy walk of European School of Management and Technology and Markisches Museum. The various amenities this charming hotel offers include a sauna, a 24-hour reception and bicycle rental.
Rooms at the hotel feature cable/satellite channels, flat-screen TVs and mini bars. All have their very own living area and a range of entertainment options, such as movies-on-demand.
With a selection of Indian dishes, Living Hotel Berlin Mitte by Derag's in-house restaurant provides a variety of satisfying meals for guests to enjoy. In the evening, guests can relax with a beverage in the on-site bar.
For those who enjoy exploring local dining options, there is a great selection right on the doorstep. It is also within walking distance of Palace of the Republic, Berlin Cathedral and Altes Stadthaus.
based on 1 480 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Living Hotel Berlin Mitte
Where is Living Hotel Berlin Mitte located?
When is check-in time and check-out time at Living Hotel Berlin Mitte?
Does Living Hotel Berlin Mitte offer free Wi-Fi?
Does Living Hotel Berlin Mitte offer free parking?
Does Living Hotel Berlin Mitte offer free airport shuttle service?
How far is Living Hotel Berlin Mitte from the airport?
Can you bring pets to Living Hotel Berlin Mitte?
Does Living Hotel Berlin Mitte have a pool?
Reviews about Living Hotel Berlin Mitte
Most popular landmarks
- Berliner Dom 0,9 km
- Fernsehturm Berlin 1 km
- Gendarmenmarkt 1,1 km
- Deutscher Dom 1,1 km
- Konzerthaus Berlin 1,1 km
- Französischer Dom 1,1 km
About the neighbourhood
Mitte is known for: cosmopolitan, historic, urban chicMore