andel's Hotel Berlin

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Landsberger Allee 106, Berlin, 10369, Germany

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    A great place to stay in Berlin


    andel’s Hotel Berlin is a large ultra-modern hotel located in the former East Berlin. Entering the hotel is like stepping into the space age, an impressive sweep of high-ceilinged open space leads to the reception desk. The 557 rooms have been designed in an equally impressive fashion making maximum use of modern materials and co-ordinating colour schemes, room facilities include Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV and a DVD player. The choice at breakfast and the service in the restaurant is equally superb. In fact, the only drawback with staying at this hotel is that the facilities are so good that it’s tempting to spend too much time in the hotel rather than out exploring Berlin!

    Unique Quality: All the facilities are top-notch from the breakfast menu to the rooms themselves but worth highlighting are the 14th floor Sky Bar which has superb views over this part of the city and the sauna and jacuzzi in the Wellness area.

    Directions: Take a tram M5 or M6 from Alexanderplatz, this should take only a few minutes.

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Prague to Berlin by train

by ajc_dvo

Hello VT,
Is it safe to travel by train from Prague to Berlin? Are the train stations, of both cities, located in downtown area? How much it costs one way? How many hours?

Re: Prague to Berlin by train

by jeanfinney

Safe? how could it not be safe?

Re: Prague to Berlin by train

by Turtleshell

Unless you need to change trains in Kandahar, it is pretty much safe. Feel free to ask whoever is going to sell the ticket if you have to.

Praha hl.n. and Berlin Hauptbahnhof (central station) are both situated centrally - basically every main train station is.
As for fares: 36 Euro (limited) to 62 Euro (flexible). Perhaps it gets cheaper when you purchase your ticket in Prague - let's see what GyuriFT or abalada have to say on this topic.
The trip is quite long. See here for connections, departure and arrival times:

Re: Prague to Berlin by train

by jeanfinney

Sorry for that abrupt reply but your question really surprised me - there are certain night trains between say Budapest and Bucharest where sometimes things happen - Gyuri has stories and so do I - but Prague to Berlin is standard and of course secure - you can search for the info online, just put it - Berlin -Prague train or something like that and in a jiffy you will have your answers....Both stations should be fairly central...

Re: Prague to Berlin by train

by jeanfinney

Voila, Turtleshell has already done a lot of the work for you while I was sending my reply....

Re: Prague to Berlin by train

by abalada

DB timetable
From: Berlin Hbf
To: Praha hl.n.

Cheapest specials start from EUR 24. Standard fare is EUR 62. You can buy at earliest 92 days in advance. Standard fare tickets are however always available.

Re: Prague to Berlin by train

by IndianPacific

Safe, yes. Some of the trains from Berlin go to Prague Holesovice instead of Prague hl.n. I would say both Berlin Hbf and Praha Holesovice are "semi down town".

Travel Tips for Berlin

eating a doner kabab in the turkish quarter

by rkearns

okay so kreuzberg is the name of the turkish quarter and yes, it's called the doner kabab. you can see what kinds they have on the menu but it's basically delicious meat on a vertical spit that is shaved into a warm, soft pita or gyro like bread, covered with tomatoes and a delicious semi-tziki (?) sauce. it's the best food i've had in germany. they're all over the place.

there's an interactive map. looks like you're going to have to take the metro.

here's the metro map. good luck

Eating at Ka De We

by Audrey118

Liked I said the food hall at Ka De We is really huge. It is just the way to show the westerners how grand the Germans can be....
I heard a joke when the wall broke down the East Germans flocked in to see the Ka De we on what they had been missing out...boy they said they could have changed the name to Kaufhaus des Easterns!!! The food hall takes up the entire 6th floor - and it is mind boggling big. We decided to have something really simple and had pasta - it was very delicious and cooked just right - al dente...and the Campari orange i had was so so delicious becos they used fresly squeezed orange juice. ...price is more but affordable at about 12 euro for the pasta...and I had to share that with my husband. They also serve bread rolls complimentary

Public sculptures

by matcrazy1

It's not exclusively Berlin's local custom. Like in many old and full of heritage cities there were quite many old sculptures, monuments, fountains and other examples of small architecture put along Berlin streets.

These sculptures of nude human beings on my pictures formed a fountain at Wittenbergplatz oposite to famous KaDeWe department store.

Otto Weidt Workshop Museum

by nicolaitan

A brief stop of no more than 5 minutes, the memory of this brave and relatively unknown hero will last far longer. The museum is located in a frankly decrepit ( perhaps by plan ) blind alleyway no more than 30-40 yards east of the entrance to Hackescher Hofe courtyard 1, which is about the only way to find it It has been left unimproved as a reminder of conditions during the GDR period. The museum itself is bare, a few workbenches and tables, a couple of pictures, a small room, and little more. But the story is of the Oskar Schindler genre, only far harder to comprehend for the challenges of this brave man, honored on 7 Sept 1971 as " Righteous Among the Nations".

Born in 1882 and employed as an upholsterer and wallpaper, he suffered progressive loss of vision and was limited to WWI duty in the sanitation department. An acknowledged pacifist, he found new work running a broom factory employing almost exclusively blind, deaf, and occasionally mute Jews. Between 1941-3 he protected 30 such workers as well as 8 able-bodied Jews from the gas chambers, first by claiming their work essential to the war effort and later by obtaining false papers, bribery, and constructing a secret hiding space in his factory. On the occasion of one woman being sent to Auschwitz, this elderly blind man went to Auschwitz and secured her release - she and many others involved with Weidt survived the war. His exploits are detailed in the book " Outcast " by Inge Deutschkron.

Cheap second hand clothes

by matcrazy1 about Kleidermarkt Colours

The store was located on the second floor, and was not heavy lighted (look exactly what you choose), with casual clothes rather for a bar/pub or disco than for an opera.
There were quite many customers mainly young or very young inside. Second hand casual clothes from feather boas, motorcycle jackets, skanky suede and karate uniforms, as well as denim and bell bottoms galore. Cheap :-).


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Address: Landsberger Allee 106, Berlin, 10369, Germany