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When I entered this hotel I was not simply greeted, but I was warmly welcomed by the receptionist. Throughout my stay the entire staff was exceptionally friendly and hospitable.
The next positive surprise was my room. It was larger than many hotel rooms and although...More
I JUST returned from a two night stay at the Carolinenhof and a little personal time in Berlin following a work trip elsewhere. I believe this hotel was named after a woman who did some mercy work in the medical and / or psychiatric field....More
Great price! Hotel Carolinenhof is only 3 stops on u-bahn from Berlin's Zoo station. Hotel is on a quiet street, with immaculate rooms. Only caveat is to try to avoid being over the dining room on the 2nd floor, or else you will smell toast/croissants...More
Hotel Carolinenhof seems to be often overlooked without noticing its true value. In this sense, looks like a hideaway. While my stay, I went back to the hotel by taxi four times, but three drivers didn't know. Only one driver said "yes, small but comfortable"....More
Response from inferno1020 | Reviewed this property |
My answer to your question is yes and no. I choose this hotel because it was not in the heart of the city. I wanted to see how the locals live and at the same time not to be miles and miles away from all the action. The... More
My answer to your question is yes and no. I choose this hotel because it was not in the heart of the city. I wanted to see how the locals live and at the same time not to be miles and miles away from all the action. The hotel was on a tree lined street and though my unit was facing the main road I did not hear much noise and I even kept my window open all the time I was in the room. I took the metro everyday to see the attractions and it probably took 4 to 8 stops to get there. So for me it was near all the action but I would not say it was within walking distance. A half a block from the hotel is a street called Berlinerstrabe. It is a main road (4 lanes) with restaurants, 2 supermarkets, a fruit and veggie stand, a dry cleaner and other types of store. My point is, there is action in the vicinity just no major attractions. I hope this helps you to make the best choice in choosing your accommodations. I know that I would stay at Hotel Carolinenhof again if and when I return to Berlin.