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The single room is small but very tall with huge window. My room window faces the quiet courtyard with darken curtains. I had two good night sleep there. The location is very convenient. #100 bus station is less than 200 yards, I used it to...More
I am going to get the bad out of the way first: temperature adjustment (September), in the room, needs to be more than opening and closing the windows.
Now for the good: I will begin by saying that I would gladly stay here again. The...More
This hotel felt very tired, both the fabric of the building, and the attitude of the staff. It's in a very good location, a sort walk from the UBahn and Kurfurstendamm, but it's overpriced in terms of its service. The room was shabby, the plumbing...More
We, 47 Ladies from Lisburn Harmony Ladies Choir, stayed at the hotel from 20th to 23rd of April 2017. It was probably not easy to satisfy everyone's expectations but the staff at the hotel worked tirelessly to meet every wish and to make everyone comfortable....More
Response from Franca S, Leiter Front Office at Hotel Air in BerlinResponded May 2, 2017
Dear Funny ladies :)
It was a pleasure to accommodate you in our hotel, please visit us again.
Spent 3 nights with a large group of ladies in this hotel.
The location could not be better for getting to public transport or sight seeing on foot.
I found the room clean, comfortable and quiet.
Breakfast was good with a decent amount of choice....More
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Response from Franca S, Leiter Front Office at Hotel Air in BerlinResponded May 1, 2017
Dear Mrs ??
thank you so much for this nice rating. We will welcome you again.
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