4.5
Very Good 2772 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Modern furnishings plus flat-screens and WiFi
  • Junior Suites and Suites include access to the lounge (free breakfast, afternoon snacks, soft drinks and hot drinks served all day)
  • The award-winning, 14th-floor Sky.bar and its sweeping city views
  • Reasonably priced room service menu, which includes Berlin’s trademark currywurst (sausage doused with ketchup and curry powder)
  • A massive breakfast buffet that will fill you up until dinner
  • Full-service spa and wellness area with a Jacuzzi, steam room, Finnish sauna and relaxation terrace

What To Know

  • Labyrinthine corridors
  • The neighborhood is uninspiring, but the streetcar and S-bahn next door zip you into the action in 10 to 20 minutes
  • The property hosts conferences and is popular with large tour groups, so independent travelers may feel in the minority
  • All guestrooms are nonsmoking, but for an extra $40 per room per night you can relax in the snazzy A.lounge, which has a smoking terrace

Amenities

  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

The Review

When I entered the white marble lobby of Berlin’s Andel’s Hotel, near the historic Alexanderplatz, my eyes came to rest on the curved gold centerpiece behind the reception desk. It was the first hint of the hip luxury (with a touch of glam) that defines this hotel.

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Up in the 14th-floor Sky.bar, even the lengthy cocktail menu shows great style, with concoctions like the Absacker Ten (gin, herbal liqueur, sugar, lime and fresh basil) and the wonderfully named Remember December (rum, vanilla, ginger liqueur, fresh pear and crushed ginger). Cocktail or no cocktail, the full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows will make you feel as if you’re floating above the city. From my perch I gazed across the ever-changing skyline and at the Fernsehturm, the capital’s landmark TV tower.

After a night of exploring Berlin’s gritty nightlife scene, I ate a much-needed breakfast of smoked salmon, hearty German bread, scrambled eggs, three flavors of creamy yogurt mixed with chopped almonds, and a thick waffle, and I made barely a dent in the extravagant buffet. I nursed my sore-from-dancing limbs back to life in the Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room of the hotel spa, and treated myself to a full body massage.

How to Get There

Vienna House Andel’s Berlin
Landsberger Allee 106
Berlin, 10369 Germany

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 2772 Reviews
Excellent hotel with great customer service
Reviewed 3 days ago

I recently celebrated my wedding anniversary at Vienna house. There was a slight mix up with out booking for the sky kitchen restaurant. However the reception manager kindly assisted us with this. The hotel suite was clean and spacious. The facilities were also very good, especially the lounge. Thank you for a wonderful stay.

Very good service with very friendly staff
Reviewed 4 days ago

I came for a convention and had a very pleasant stay. Rooms were clean. Breakfast buffet offered a diversity of fresh light or rich food. The servants were very friendly. The location was a bit outside, but had good access to public transportation with a bus & tram stop right infront of the hotel and fairly quick rides to central places.

Techno Clean Comfort & Casino Royale OPPOSITE
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Staying for 2 nights : Nice hotel which is opposite Casino Royale. Perfect for me who arrived on Sunday evening when most shops in Berlin are Closed in Sundays. Staff who brought our luggages were friendly and efficient!!!

Very good hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Large business and meeting hotel a little further away from the centre. Good service, sometimes suffering a little bit from Berlin-style laziness. However, very good modern designed hotel. Can’t rate the regular rooms as I was lucky enough to occupy a huge suite. The lifts were sufficient and fast. Breakfast was good.

If you want to be in the desert…
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a fairly decent hotel, if you don’t mind lime green, black and white guestrooms. Clean, moderately efficient, average food.

However, you’ll be located way out East with nothing decent around you, other than a BurgerKing if that’s what you fancy.

Otherwise, there’s not much going for this property. It houses numerous conferences so expect to be surrounded by groups throughout your stay.