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

good location for a base
bondy46

Tram stop is bang outside, alexander platz (as a hub) then anywhere in berlin. Breakfast good, room good, quiet,
really no problems at all. Downside is eating at night (restaurant booked up weeks in advance) bar meals available or a burger place across the road. Travel is easy one ticket covers everything. Airport easy when you know how ( ask at the bus station) free shoe horn (very useful my grand daughter broke my other one. City is very good to visit. Staff helpful, all in all , deserves very good

Great location for a city break
Phil L

Vienna House is a modern and well-equipped hotel east of Berlin city centre with good sized rooms and a big comfortable bed. There is a large multi-channel TV and a minibar, which can double up as a fridge. My room was nice and quiet, with the only sound at night that of the aircon, which was neither loud or disturbing. A buffet-style continental breakfast was included, with a large selection of breads, pastries, fruit, cereals and cooked items. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The hotel is in an easily accessible location by public transport, 45 minutes from Schonefeld airport on the S-Bahn and 15 minutes to Alexanderplatz and central Berlin on the tram, with easy connections to other parts of the city available. There is a branch of the Rewe supermarket just across the street which was handy for stocking up on basic foodstuffs, as well as a pharmacy. Just a couple of things to look out for in the bathroom, remember to switch the hot water on from the switch underneath the bathroom light switch, as this sometimes needed topping up, and the glass partitions in the toilet and walk-in shower were not marked, so be careful not to bump into them! However, I had no complaints about a very pleasant stay here at all and would definitely come back here again.

Perfect Stay!
itsmeletterkenny

Location is perfect. It's right in front of the Landsberger Allee tram stop going to Alexanderplatz and a few minutes walk from the train station. The hotel design is very modern. The room is clean, quiet and comfortable. Amenities in the room are complete. I liked that it is a shower instead of a bathtub. The breakfast has a good variety of food choices and you can try requesting stuff that may not be served..e.g. we always asked for hot choco. Customer service on the front desk and breakfast area is excellent. I requested for a room on the inner court as suggested on one of the reviews I read and it was granted. One other good thing about the hotel is their desire to contribute to the environment. Guests could opt not to have their rooms cleaned at times in order to minimize carbon footprint and they would even give a small reward to the guests. It's nothing big, but it's the gesture that counts. I strongly recommend this hotel. I saw one in Krakow very near the main train station and the Krakow Gallery and I hoped I knew they had a branch there. I would definitely stay in this hotel again in the future. I just hope they maintain the overall quality of the hotel and its service.