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I stayed in this hotel because I was attending a big convention that was held there.
It is located in the suburbs, around there are various construction sites and there is nothing to visit nearby.
The taxi for going and returning from the center of...More
We understand this is the largest conference hotel in all of Germany -- which can handle 2,500 delegates. We had hoped to stay 5 nights at this hotel for a conference. We were told the middle night was fully booked and so we booked the...More
Stayed at the Estrel recently attending a conference/Exhibition. Good to stay in same place as event.
TV didn’t work, which frankly didn’t bother me. I needed pillows changed, as they were feather, this was done very quickly.
Nice room, good size, good air-con. WiFi worked...More
Nothing really to love sbout the Estrel, apart, oddly, from the wonderful art. Germany's biggest hotel, 1,000 rooms, is a convention centre with rooms and restaurants attached.
And the artworks are easy to miss in its vastness and if you're busy. A gallery it is...More
I'm trying to be restrained in this review because so many little things are wrong but could be fixed.
First, you need to understand that the hotel is on the edge of nowhere. It's a convenient bus ride to Berlin center but it takes half...More
No Berlin neighbourhood is more popular with the young and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area became known as “Little Istanbul“. Today the percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
Westerstrasse or at Maybachufer, having a beer and waving to the sightseeing boats as they float by. But at night, Neukölln is dominated by increasingly young, alternative, and international crowds. This is particularly evident in the northern section of the district where there are many bars, funky clubs, galleries and restaurants. There, the night never seems to end.