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InterContinental Berlin

Budapester Straße 2, 10787, Berlin, Germany
InterContinental Berlin Review
5 Star Rating
3 November 2013InterContinental Berlin
Tags: Berlin, Germany, City reviewsThe Bill: £340 per night

The Intercontinental hotel, Berlin is very conveniently located just a few steps out of town. Although the façade is not as pleasing to the eye as one might expect, perhaps recent times have not been so kind to the building; in it’s day, we’re sure it would have looking impressive.

Unfortunately, the disappointing exterior put a little dampener on our expectations; however, we were soon to learn that it needn’t... Walking into the hotel, we were pleasantly surprised by the impressive lobby space and after we were checked in and shown to our suite, we were even more impressed.

“The service was faultless”

Our room was the Senior Suite, which was certainly not short on space. This spacious suite boasts no less than two bathrooms as well as a large dining area complete with sizable table, two large sofas with a 52-inch plasma television, a large bedroom with a very comfortable bed, all in a gorgeous contemporary setting. The attention to detail is exceptional in this hotel, and a real treat were the scented candles in the bathroom, which were enjoyed thoroughly with a long hot bath.

I’d also like to note that the staff at the Intercontinental, Berlin are a real credit to the hotel. Throughout our stay we were treated with friendly courtesy and genuinely felt as though nothing was too much trouble. The service was faultless.

It’s also worth noting that the hotel boasts a beautiful spa, which features an indoor pool and whirlpool, as well saunas and a fitness centre. For those more active, you may also want to take advantage of the jogging path that is located nearby in Tiergarten.

The hotel also boasts an Executive Lounge, which is available to guests, offering a quiet space to enjoy a drink and a selection of canapés.

The Intercontinental makes a great base from which to explore Berlin. It’s location is a great asset, and it’s worth making the most of the team’s local knowledge whilst there. We would recommend visiting Berlin’s Zoological Garden.

Although our initial impressions of this hotel were not as good as they could have been, as soon as we stepped through the front doors our perception was changed. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Intercontinental, Berlin and would recommend it to anyone looking for an excellent hotel in the area. We would certainly return the next time we’re there.

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