Hotel Q Berlin

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Knesebeckstrasse 67, Berlin, 10623, Germany
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Visiting Berlin in September

by ems29

Hi,

My partner & I are staying at the following hotel in September

Hotel Q
Knesebeckstr. 67
Berlin 10623
Germany

I would appreciate first of all any feed back on this hotel. Good or bad it is too late now as it is booked, however online reviews seem pretty "Kool"

Secondly I have planned our day agenda, however have been unable to find a lot of information on restaurants within the surronding area.

Does anybody recommend any restaurants within the above address, expensive or cheap - I do like dining out so to a certain extent money is not an issue.

I would appreciate any recommendations!!!!

PS:- Go easy with the hotel feedback - it is booked now!!!

Thanks




RE: Visiting Berlin in September

by fritzrl

I can't offer any specific feedback on the hotel, unfortunately (and I suspect you're OK with that).

You're smack-dab in the middle of what was the old center of the city when the wall was still in existence -- just off the Ku-damm, not far from Savigny Platz. You will have a wealth of restaurants to choose from, in almost any price range. The Ku-damm itself is packed with decent place to eat, and Savigny Platz is a major dining-out center. Name a cuisine, it'll be in the nearby area. You would have to have extraordinarily bad luck to pick a place randomly and have an unpleasant experience.

I can recommend Cafe Rosalinda near Savigny Platz (on Knesebeck Strasse, as it happens). Pub-like, neighborhoody, relatively inexpensive. Good dinner buffet most nights, as well as specialities. It's basic German cooking, but well done. Full bar, of course, and good people-watching. If you're there, as I was in 2004, during the Tour de France, expect a rowdy (but not overly so) crowd of fans huddled around the TV in the back of the place.

I envy you. It's one of my favorite areas of the city. Close to all forms of public transport, as well.

Fritzrl




RE: Visiting Berlin in September

by kaddi

Hi,
I can recommand a great indian restaurant to you, in Prenzlauer Berg, which is actually not very near to your hotel, but you must have been there.
If you are interested go to: www.khushi-berlin.de
Kathrin

RE: Visiting Berlin in September

by dugrun

September 25 is the Berlin Marathona nd it should run (literally) near your hotel. There will be 40,000 runners, 1 million spectators and 60 bands. It would be a fun party for you two. Plenty of stands to eat at.

Transport

by ems29

Hello, I have a few posts on Virtual Tourist, but I would really appreciate an answer to this question.

I am flying in to Schoenfeld airport on Monday and was happy to take a taxi to our Hotel, which is Hotel Q. However I have been advised to take the U-bahn as it is a lot cheaper and quicker.

1. Could anybody please advise of price difference?

2. Where and how convienient is the train station at the airport?

3. Approx how much will it be to the following: Knesebeckstrasse 67, Berlin 10623, Germany

4. How long will it take to get to hotel from Schoenfeld Airport?

5. Is it more convenient than a taxi?

Thanks in advance Emma x

RE: Transport

by barryg23

I would also recommend you take the S-Bahn. No idea how much a taxi would cost but as Schonefeld is a fair bit out, it's likely to be expensive. The S-Bahn will only cost a couple of Euro. The station is about a 10 minute walk from the arrivals hall, you can even catch a shuttle bus if you need. From Schonefeld, it takes about 40 minutes or so to reach Ostbahnhof. I've no idea where that hotel is but presuming it's somewhere central, you'll be looking at about an hour in all to get there. Don't forget to validate your ticket before boarding the train. Here's a link to the subway map for berlin, schonefld is on the bottom right corner. http://www.bvg.de/plan/images/s+u-netz.pdf

RE: Transport

by ems29

Thanks
Your reply is most appreciated

EMMA & GARY

RE: Transport

by abalada

1.
public transport: EUR 2,10
taxi to the center of Berlin: ~ EUR 30,00

2.
500 m 7 minutes walk
or take the bus (every 10 min)
http://www.bbf.de/PubEnglish/PubSchoenefeld/PubWegweiserSXF/PubBusBahnSXF/docTerminalshuttleSXF.html

3.
A single ticket is EUR 2,10. To any place in Berlin.
With such a local public transport (BVG) ticket you can use
- local trains: RegionalBahn RB and RegionalExpress RE
- S-Bahn
- U-Bahn
- trams
- buses
and even some ferries

4. BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/fahrinfo/bin/query.exe/en?ld=bvg
From: SXF (for Schönefeld Airport)
To: Knesebeckstr. 67 10623 Berlin

5. As you have to walk from the airport to the train station and again to your hotel: no
Taxi will be also a bit faster for this route (this is not alway the case).
But it's also not unconvenient - esp. if you see the price difference.
And as the tracks on this route are elevated in the city center you'll see much more from Berlin.

Travel Tips for Berlin

Brandenburger Tor

by m-joy

Place of historical events and open-air parties - the Pariser Platz around the Brandenburger Tor. The Tor itself, built in 1789-1791 as a kind of Akropolis copy with the Quadriga on top and the 12 columns is one of Berlins highlights. In 1806 Napoleon took the Quadriga to Paris, in 1814 famous General Bl?cher managed to bring it back to Berlin.

Untypical architecture

by matcrazy1

I found Berlin a city of well organized architecture both old and modern, often mixed in pretty way. Add wide boulevards and a lot of green areas which made the city less busy even quite relaxing. I would never guess that the city had 3.6 mln citizens.

In the upclass downtown of Charlottenburg district only at the corner of Kurfürstendamm and Joachimstaler Straße I found a little chaotic and not so pretty architecture. Unique in Berlin.

Karl-Marx-Allee

by sabsi

Have a look at a huge road full of Soviet style buildings built in the 1950s. I love this street, it looks gorgeous!! It's probably my favourite street in Berlin!

Once my friend wanted to visit her friend who had just moved into a house at Karl-Marx-Allee so I even had the chance to look at the inside of these buildings. The flats and especially the staircases are great!

Market at Kreuzberg

by matcrazy1 about Marheinekehalle

At the eastern end Bergmannstraße there was "Markthalle" on the left (official name: "Marheinekehalle") with various food sold including Greek and French cheese, Asian and other spices, Turkish vegetables and fruits etc.

There were stalls put on the street outside the Markthalle were some locals (mainly Turks, I suppose) sold some cheap clothes. Walk, look and enjoy the spirit of Kreuzberg. Some ethnic/exotic food in Markthalle. I didn't found anything interesting to buy outside, at local flea market. Reasonable or low prices.

Subway/Tram

by doogienj

Berlin is a great city to walk. But it consists of various different areas, and to get from one to the other can be a long, and not so interesting, walk. The U-bahn and S-bahn are great to hop on when the legs are tired. The U-bahn is the underground subway and the S-bahn is an above ground tram system.

Each costs 1.20 for a trip inside central Berlin. The honor system is in effect as far as paying. You buy your ticket from a machine at the platform, and then you validate it on the train. So can choose to just get on the train without a ticket. But it you get caught you will get a 40 Euro fine. We never saw any controllers and paid about half the time.

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