4.5
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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 2919 Reviews
Great hotwl
Reviewed 2 days ago

Visited this hotel at the start of the year.

Couldn’t fault it, we arrived early so they put our bags in storage so we could go and enjoy the city.
Tram stop right outside, very cheap.
We got the train to and from the hotel to the airport with ease, again right outside.

Breakfast was my favourite as you could order room service the night before, couldn’t believe how much food turned up the morning after and all brilliant.

Staff helpful with booking trips out and information.

Rooms clean and all usual things you might need kettle, iron and toiletries.

Would definitely stay here again

Excellent hotel
Reviewed 3 days ago

Booked this via jet 2 holidays and we weren't disappointed beautiful hotel with friendly efficient staff. Four star hotel but nearer a five in my opinion. We had a massive room with a lovely big bathroom with a huge walk in shower as well as a bath. Excellent choice for breakfast and the skyline bar on the 14th floor gives lovely views of Berlin. Well placed to get into Berlin centre as the tram station is directly opposite the hotel. We had got a Berlin pass before arriving and it was excellent as the transport system is great and easy to use found our way around no problem. Would definitely recommend it and would visit again.

Birthday treat
Reviewed 4 days ago

So we came for the Christmas Markets and it was fab. Hotel is lovely. Right on the team line which was so efficient.
Staff really friendly and helpful.
Rooms were great everything you would need.
Breakfast - something for everyone. Hot options as well.

Ok for business
Reviewed 6 days ago

Huge hotel, seems new or newly renovated! Went for a convention that was being held at the hotel, they really have a good infrastructure for it.
The downsides: impossible to iron clothes by yourself and smelly roomfloor halls

Really nice hotel, good location, fabulous Skykitchen!
Reviewed 6 days ago

It’s a huge hotel and the walk from the lift to our room was at least double that walking from Reception to the tram stop outside! Having said that, it wasn’t an issue and the hotel corridors were very quiet at night. The room was clean, comfortable and had everything required. Big enough for two of us and the in room safe was really easy to use. One slight design flaw - part of the wall between the bathroom and bedroom is a frosted glass panel. Looks great - but less great at 3am when your other half goes to the loo, switches the bathroom light on and illuminates the bedroom! Breakfast is good but a little chaotic at busy times - not sure the breakfast room has been designed 8n the most ergonomic way! The hotel is a little way out of the centre of Berlin, but there is a tram stop right outside the hotel and a suburban train station a couple of minutes’ walk away. With one of the numerous transport passes available (see the Concierge), getting around is a breeze. Particular bonus for this hotel is the Skykitchen restaurant. Definitely worth a visit if you can afford it (check out their menus online - this is truly a fine dining experience).