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 2970 Reviews
excellent hotel with great transport links.
Reviewed 2 days ago

excellent hotel with the s bahn train station (landsberger allee) straight outside and a tram stop, so easy to negotiate around the city. around a 20 min train journey into central berlin via a change at ostkreuz. the hotel is big, clean and modern with a lovely modern room with kingsize bed and all usual amenities. breakfast was a buffet with hot and cold food and pastries but was only average. there is a restaurant on site and a sky bar with lovely views of the city but expensive. overall a great hotel and would definitely stay again

Great place to stay and explore Berlin
Reviewed 5 days ago

From TXL airport the Vienna House is easy to get to via Bus and S Bahn in about 35 Mins. The entrance to hotel is right outside and in the middle of the road the Trams stop and whisk you to Alexanderplatz in 10 mins.

Hotel was much bigger than expected but so clean, fresh and tidy. Lifts always open and ready to whisk you off to your floor.

Rooms modern, clean and comfortable with very nice bathrooms.

Breakfast was huge and of fairly good quality. All free so can't complain.

Overall very impressed and would certainly stay again.

For 48hrs in Berlin consider the welcome to Berlin card. Saved a lot. Used public transport daily, saved at the zoo and Lindt shop. Value for money for us.

Vienna House Andel's top pick when in Berlin
Reviewed 1 week ago

A great stay in general. The hotel had all facilities suitable for my business trip.
I also got to spend the weekend there and enjoy the gym and spa facilities!
Make sure to try their restaurant, they offer amazing nachos! a big shoutout to the chef and his amazing tuna steak! I had it twice :)
Also make sure to go up to the Sky Bar and try their amazing selection of cocktails overlooking Berlin.
Train and tube station right outside the hotel, so very easy access to central Berlin.
Downside: Called the reception a few times and got no response...

Nice hotel for a city break
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stayed here for 2 nights in early March. The hotel itself is really nice for the money: the room, shower and bed are really fantastic and clean. Breakfast is also great with good serving times, plenty on offer and plenty of seating so you can fill up before a day of exploring.

Not 5* because except for the concierge, we didn’t find the hotel staff great, particularly at the front desk. When we checked in we were not informed of basic information such as check out time, breakfast time and WiFi. The hotel is also a short journey in to the Centre. You would no doubt pay more for that hotel in Centre but because it was so cold when we visited we just opted for an Uber when going out in the evening.
Overall would recommend the hotel for a city break based on quality for the value for money.

Birthday break for my husband
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went here to celebrate my husbands birthday. We arrived on his birthday. Shame they didn’t acknowledge this as I had told them prior to arriving.
Hotel room is lovely, clean and modern. If you need an iron though you need to ask for one and are given a half hour slot to use. When calling reception from room need to wait ages and then get a medium service. The breakfast is outstanding. It really is. On Sunday they serve it until 1 pm which is an added bonus. The sky bar is lovely. VERY expensive. 5.50 for the popcorn so make sure you don’t get ripped off. 15 euros for ham and crackers. Around 12 euro for decent spirits. All served in lovely glasses and with due care and attention. The staff in here and concierge were very helpful. Nobody else in hotel was though. Tram service and train service. Exceptional. Great place to stay for a city break. Careful though. Reception staff sell you day tickets on tram which is 14 euro for a couple. If you are only going to alexanderplatz you don’t need it!! You live and learn. Overall a good stay if expensive in hotel. The actual 3 nights was good value with breakfast included but it stops there. You can stay at the Radisson bang in the centre which is 5 star for the same price