Park Hotel Blub Berlin

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Buschkrugallee 60-62, Berlin, 12359, Germany
Park Hotel Blub Berlin
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
41%
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Average
33%
21
Poor
6%
4
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 24% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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nearest s-bahn stop?

by phillygirl

I am staying at a hotel on Buschkrugallee and I am worried that there might not be a s-bahn stop within walking distance. Does anybody know this street and where the closest stop is? Danke!!!

RE: nearest s-bahn stop?

by abalada

Depends of course where on Buschkrugallee.
There are roughly 3 U-Bahn stations (line U7) along Buschkrugallee and at one end a S-Bahn station (Neukölln).
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de/gis/index.jsp?adr_zip=12359&adr_street=Buschkrugallee&adr_house=60&search.x=31&search.y=18

S-Bahn and U-Bahn map of Berlin
http://www.s-bahn-berlin.de/pdf/s_bahn_netz.pdf
The above mentioned stations are in field F2.

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de

RE: RE: nearest s-bahn stop?

by phillygirl

yeah it might help if i said where on the street huh? Buschkrugallee 60-62 (i guess that number is the address?)- it's the park hotel blub.

RE: RE: nearest s-bahn stop?

by abalada

I already guessed this. The first link shows the location of the Blub on the map.
You can throw coins if you want to walk to U-Bahn station Grenzallee or Blaschkoallee.

RE: RE: nearest s-bahn stop?

by phillygirl

thanks so much, that really helps!

Coming over for the World Cup

by JohnnyConcrete

Hi,

A few of us are coming over from Manchester for the World Cup. Don't really know much about Berlin so any help much appreciated.

Flying into Tegel and staying at the Park Hotel Blub, next to Blub Amusement Park? Anyone know how far and best way to travel from airport to hotel?

Looking to catch Ukraine v Tunisia but unsure how far stadium is?

Seeing Arctic Monkeys at Columbiahalle on 24th June.

Also looking for best places to go and watch the rest of the games. Fanfest?

And also any recommendations for a bunch of English lads on the nighlife scene looking for fun and party.

Any additional info would be much apprecaited, especially locations and methods of transport.

Many thanks....

RE: Coming over for the World Cup

by abalada

BVG timetable
http://www.fahrinfo-berlin.de
From: TXL (-> Tegel Airport)
To: Buschkrugallee 60, 12359 Berlin (-> Blub Hotel)
To: Columbiadamm 13, 10965 Berlin (-> Columbiahalle)
To: Olympiastadion

Berlin is a huge and widespread city.
Best will be to buy day tickets, mini group day tickets or 7-day tickets.
http://www.bvg.de/index.php/en/Bvg/Start

The official fan fest (Fifa Fan Mile) will be between Brandenburg Gate and Victory Column
http://www.berlin.de/fifawm2006/english/fanfest/index.php
There are however many more public viewing locations
http://www.rbb-online.de/_/wm2006/beitrag_jsp/key=4058738.html

RE: Coming over for the World Cup

by robine

Public transport in Berlin is very efficient and uncrowded, putting UK to shame. When I was there on business last week I visited the impressive Olympic Stadium, which is the penultimate stop on the U-bahn (tube) - line U2, westbound. From central Berlin (eg Zoo station) you buy a ticket from a machine for zones 1 and 2 (2.10 euros), and don't forget to validate it by inserting it in another small machine nearby before entering the train.

I don't know where your hotel is, but Tegel's relatively central. To my (central) hotel I took a cab, for about 14 euros - the journey took about half an hour. Have a good time!

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Unter den Linden - Festungsgraben Palace

by yooperprof

Just off Unter den Linden, a bit behind the Neue Wache, the "Palais am Festungsgraben" is a dignified 18th century town house. Inside is a handsome marble concert hall, and the popular Tadjik Teahouse. (I had hoped to go to the Teahouse, but it didn't fit in with my schedule on this trip. Maybe next time.)

Rotkäppchen sekt

by miromi

No house party is complete without a bottle of bubbly Rotkäppchen sekt. At the entrances to clubs you will find emty bottles of this stuff and seeing a stack of Rotkäppchen bottles together strikes warm feelings in your heart. (Rotkäppchen = little red riding hood) Since France for some reason is the only place with the right to make champagne because of weird copyright laws, Germany makes the fizzy sekt which is basically the same thing except better. ;) It is also known as a really big East German product, so that makes it even better going down!

Parents should be aware of an...

by anglosaxon

Parents should be aware of an excellent little playground near Kurfurstendamm. Walking away from the Europa Center down the main boulevard you will pass a McDonalds on your right (past the Hotel California). The next street is called Knesebeckstrasse. Turn right and the park is at the end on the right. Take a bucket and spade.

Fruits and vegetables

by matcrazy1 about Grocery

There was grocery with some fruits and vegetables sold from the tables put on a street at Bergmannstraße. And quite many locals buy them there. Fruits and vegetables. Apples: 1.00 - 2.00 € per kilo.
Grapefruit: 0.50 € per each.

Buy a city tour card

by Cazee

If you are visiting Berlin for two or three days you should purchase a city tour card. It cost me just over 14 euros and it lasts for about 48 hours. It really is fantastic value as you can use it on trains and the underground and you can visit all the tourist destinsations with it. If I remember rightly you can also get some reductions on entry prices to certain attractions if you show your card. We managed to visit the financial district, Checkpoint Charlie, Galeria Kaufhof, the Reichstag, the Brandonburg Gate, the television tower and loads more all with the city tour card. You can purchase the card at the main railway station or at certain undergounds where there are travel offices.

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