Ramada Hotel Berlin Mitte

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Chausseestrasse 118-120, Berlin, 10115, Germany
Ramada Hotel Berlin-Mitte
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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37
Average
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17
Poor
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4
Terrible
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4

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples80
  • Solo76
  • Business76

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Ramada Hotel

by schpela

Hello!

I found Ramada Hotel Berlin Mitte, Chausseestr.118-120 on internet. It looks nice and the prices are quite reasonable.

Does anybody know this hotel?

Thanks!

RE: Ramada Hotel

by abalada

http://www.ramada-berlin-mitte.de

Not been there. Fairly central located 4* hotel. These ratings are in Germany normally reliable. And hotel prices - to the dismay of the owners - are in Berlin always reasonable compared to other Western capital cities.

RE: Ramada Hotel

by berlinadvisor

I know it, because my office is opposite to it ;-) It´s a good standard hotel, no problem at all. Just round the corner there is the "Mercure an der Charité". That´s a three star, but quite new, very modern and offers the same standard - and it is even cheaper than the Ramada. You will find it under http://www.mercure.com/mercure/fichehotel/gb/mer/5341/fiche_hotel.shtml

Hotels Recommendations

by andycheong

Hi, would like to seek any advise regarding the hotel list below,
it seems the original accomodation which i am seeking is out of reach,
hence have to look at the following alternatives.

Hotels list (price without tax):

(1) NH Heinrich Heine at Heinrich Heine Platz 11 (€ 78.00)
(2) NH Berlin Alexanderplatz at Landsberger Allee 26-32 (€ 79.00)
(3) Ramada Hotel Berlin Mitte at Chausseestrasse 118-120 (€ 94.00)
(4) Ramada Plaza Berlin at Prager Strasse 12 (€ 94.00)
(5) NH Berlin Mitte at Leipziger Strasse 106-112 (€ 99.00)
(6) MARITIM proArte Hotel Berlin at Friedrichstrasse 151 (€ 127.00)

Appreciate if any kind soul out there can advise me which of the above hotels are near to my office at "Stromstraße 1 , Berlin, Germany 10555".
Importantly, i guess having easy access to transportation would be important.
If its near good safe tourist spots, or scenic places, it would be a bonus.

thanks in advance.


Hotels Recommendations

by andycheong

Hi, would like to seek any advise regarding the hotel list below,
it seems the original accomodation which i am seeking is out of reach,
hence have to look at the following alternatives.

Hotels list (price without tax):

(1) NH Heinrich Heine at Heinrich Heine Platz 11 (€ 78.00)
(2) NH Berlin Alexanderplatz at Landsberger Allee 26-32 (€ 79.00)
(3) Ramada Hotel Berlin Mitte at Chausseestrasse 118-120 (€ 94.00)
(4) Ramada Plaza Berlin at Prager Strasse 12 (€ 94.00)
(5) NH Berlin Mitte at Leipziger Strasse 106-112 (€ 99.00)
(6) MARITIM proArte Hotel Berlin at Friedrichstrasse 151 (€ 127.00)

Appreciate if any kind soul out there can advise me which of the above hotels are near to my office at "Stromstraße 1 , Berlin, Germany 10555".
Importantly, i guess having easy access to transportation would be important.
If its near good safe tourist spots, or scenic places, it would be a bonus.

thanks in advance.


RE: Hotels Recommendations

by altamiro

I am not well-informed about the hotels you mentioned, but using www.fahrinfo-berlin.de you can figure out which has the least complicated way to get to the Stromstrass. You can enter the street address and the software suggests the nearest public transit stops in both start and destination. Good luck!

RE: RE: Hotels Recommendations

by andycheong

Thanks for ur advice :)

RE: RE: RE: Hotels Recommendations

by andycheong

Thanks for ur advice :)

Travel Tips for Berlin

To See, Hear and Experience Berliner Dom

by grishaV1

I love cathedrals and Berlin has many. My favorite is the Berliner Dom. To enter when services are not being held you must pay 3€, but on Sundays I think you can get in free when concerts or special services not being held. I have gone just to see it but also for a concert of Bach music that is played on the antique organ that take almost a whole side of the inner dome it seems.

At Christmas and New Years Times there are many famous musical and singing concerts held here, but right now not so many. Upcoming concerts in February schedule:

Feb 7-The music of Bach and Mendelssohn played by Michael Pohl

Feb 11-There is a theological sermon given by Dr. Anke Martiny and J?rgen Rennert

and then on

Feb 28-a special concert featuring the music of Mozart and the Holland Concert choir, with Matthias Erben and Stephen Kavelaar

Prices usually range from 7 or 8 Euro up to 18Euros.

For more information contact them 030-308-785-685. Its located at Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin. The dates have past for the events I mentioned above, but check the website for upcoming events. Berliner Dom Website I´ve visited alone just to sit in the private balcony on the upper levels and listen to the faint sounds of a tour guide describing to listeners about the history of the place. Also I´ve visited with classmates, again, as the teacher took newcomers to the city on a tour. Its a very calm and special place, one feels enormous peace there.

Saturday shopping

by matcrazy1

I found stores and esp. the largest department store called KaDeWe pretty crowded at Saturday midday.

Most stores and department stores were closed on Sunday in Berlin. That's why Berliners used to do shopping just on Saturday. If you don't like a little more people, do shopping during business days.

Walk from Schloss Glienicke to Wannsee

by alancollins

I tried a walk from Schloss Glienicke to Wannsee with its views across the Havel of such places as Pfaueninsel and Heilandskirche. It is a pleasant walk taking about 2 to 3 hours, but there are some comfort stations, places to sit and eat. The walk is an easier laid out route this way, and ends next to the House of the Wannsee Conference where private houses and sailing clubs border the Havel and you have revert to the normal roads. You can catch Bus 316 from Wannsee Railway Station to Schloss Glienicke. At the end of the walk you can catch Bus 114 which stops across the road from the House of the Wannsee Conference back to the Wannsee Railway Station.

Mediterranean delicacies

by matcrazy1 about Knofi

There were the dried eggplants hang in great bundles from the ceiling outside this interesting Mediterranean deli. Fresh vegetables, both normal and exotic were displayed on the tables in the front of the shop. The shop sold absolutely no meat which I found a little strange.

HOURS
Mon. - Fri: 11.00 am - 8.00 pm,
Sat.: 9.oo am - 5.00 pm,
Sunday: closed. Countless vegetable pastes which were lined up inside the glass vitrine. Various kinds of olives: black, green, stuffed etc. Average prices.

Boat trips

by Sjalen

To go for a boat trip on the river Spree is a wonderful way to see Berlin. There are tours lasting for one or three hours and the short ones take in the major city centre sights whilst the longer ones give you a flavour of the old harbour areas and show you nice bridges too. There are plenty of photo opportunities, such as this one of the reichstag, and if you have children they will love it. Most boats have a cafe/pub on board and you can enjoy the sights whilst getting served. If you spend money on sightseeing, this is in my opinion much better than the rip-off bus tours. Boats leave from jetties all over the city centre (less regularly after 1 November) and all companies advertise in major hotels so you can just take your pick.

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 Ramada Hotel Berlin Mitte

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Address: Chausseestrasse 118-120, Berlin, 10115, Germany