Ratings based on 22 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Noah from Kaiserslautern
Nice hotel near transportationPosted Jan 27, 2014
Pros: Bed...heated bathroom floor...shower.
Cons: restaurant menu.
Location: east side gallery was a 10 minute tram ride away. great Vegan store with bakery and hot coffee.
Overall a very nice experience. the restaurant menu was rather limited, so we ate a few blocks away. Two different families were given the same mis-information about continental breakfast. We asked at checkin - were told it started at 0640 on weekends. Got over to the space in the adjacent building and it didn't start until 0700. But it was a nice breakfast with tons of options..very traditional German.
Recommendedby Berlin from Isok
Not BadPosted Jan 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
I was born in India and live in America, so I want to acknowledge that I will have biases, just like anyone else. I was returning from a trip from India back to the states and I thought that it would be fun to see Berlin. Hotel New Berlin is pretty good. The breakfast is really good and free. The Bar is ok, a little pricey by my standards, but cheap for Europe and on par for Berlin. I just wish the people were just slightly more friendly. The day staff was excellent, but the night staff didn't want to be bothered at all.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Excellent Place to StayPosted Nov 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
Huge room in the Mediterranean wing, high ceilings, clean and well maintained. great breakfast buffet!
for Personal Eventby John from Australia
Great stayPosted Sep 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Reception were sensational , breakfast was great, M10 tram 50 m away into Berlin , Volkspark nearby and a quiet safe neighbourhood , loved it.
for Everyoneby Jonathan from Lancaster, Lancashire, UK
Great hotel for a weekend stay!Posted Aug 18, 2013
Pros: Fantastic breakfast. Clean and well maintained.
Cons: Separate building for the mediterranean rooms.
Location: Located some distance from the city centre, however the hotel was chosen to be close proximity to a friend's apartment in Berlin
Surprised upon arrival to discover that the Mediterranean rooms of the hotel are located in a separate building across a courtyard/carpark. The separate building is however, the location of the breakfast room so this was very convenient in the morning. The receptionist was welcoming and helpful upon arrival, however whilst deciding upon a drink at the bar on the last night she was confrontational as a friend perused the spirits on offer (almost accusatory that he was about to help himself). This was far from the case!! The breakfast on offer is excellent and the staff were very efficient and helpful with provision of fresh coffee and replacing any items/crockery that had run out. The continental breakfast was fresh and appetising including cold meats, cheese, smoked salmon, yoghurts, cereals, pastries, bread and fruit juice. The room was clean and spacious, although the room we were allocated (Room 203) was at the far side of the building and was narrow in width compared to our friends whose room felt more spacious being more square in shape. The only criticism (which we did not complain about) was that there was some candle wax on one of the duvet covers. The rooms were very well cleaned each day by the cleaning staff. We did not have any experience of eating at the hotel's restaurant during out long weekend stay so are not able to provide a review of their food. The hotel is conveniently located and easily accessed by public transport (Tram and train nearby).
for Everyoneby Krista from New York
Trendy Boutique HotelPosted Jul 16, 2013
Pros: Staff, breakfast.
Cons: Housekeeping - we had three of us over three days and were never given new towels or shampoo.
Location: Walk south on Ptersburger, over the bridge, for nightlife.
NEWBERLIN is a cute hotel with a super friendly staff. I only would complain about location. It's difficult as a tourist to pinpoint where to be in Berlin. This hotel was about a 25 minute walk from happening Kruezberg and 25 or 30 minutes the other direction with get you to Mitte. Which is not bad at all once or twice, but it makes going to your room throughout the day to change or whatnot a little tricky. Staff gave us directions to various places, helped us print our boarding passes, held our bags after checkout (late flight) etc. Free breakfast was much better than most hotels I've been to. Not the fastest WiFi ever, but free so we survived.
for Getaway With Friendsby Sara
Posted Jul 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Pretty hotelPosted Jun 19, 2013
Pros: Breakfast, rooms were modern
Cons: It was quite stuffy in the room, no fan provided
Overall, check in staff were a bit grumpy. Chef was very helpful and friendly Breakfast was good, parking area bonus!
for Everyoneby Matt from Worcester, UK
Excellent stay!!Posted Jun 13, 2013
Pros: The comfort and luxury of the room, plus friendly, helpful staff
Location: In the area of Friedrichshain but close to public transport into the centre of the city for all of the sights.
From the moment you enter the hotel, you know you are in a quality establishment. The staff are extremely polite, welcoming and helpful. The room I had was one of the Design rooms which is a little piece of luxury for about £70 a night for me. The Design rooms which are the newest come with a very comfortable double bed, flatscreen TV on the wall with Sky, plenty of space to put your belongings, a safe, a well stocked minibar and a modern en-suite. The rooms are to a very high standard indeed. Great to come back to after a long day in the city. The breakfast each morning takes place across a courtyard and is fantastic, setting you up for the day. You probably would not require much more than a snack at lunchtime as there is so much on offer, catering for everyone. There is a bar and a restaurant with good food in the hotel with room service available - to your room in about 20-30 minutes. When my train home was cancelled due to the flooding, having booked a flight home, the receptionist happily printed my boarding pass off for me, rounding off what was an excellent stay. Further out from the centre in the area of Friedrichshain but never far from the great public transport network. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
for Personal Eventby Tom from Dublin
City breakPosted Jun 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location, 5 main away from Alexanderplatz, close to all the cool places including great Shopping in Mitte. Perfect for a quick get away