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Mondrian, Miró, Kandinsky and company inspire the Art Hotel Charlottenburger Hof’s 46 colorful rooms. Conveniently located across from the Charlottenburg S-bahn station, this three-star gem offers enough flair to make up for overlook its slightly seedy surroundings.
Pros: Cool aesthetic. Comfortable and clean.
Cons: Area can feel a bit dodgy. Small rooms.
The Art Hotel Charlottenburger Hof offers a variety of room types, each jazzed up with splashes of red, yellow and blue. Expect small desks and framed modern art posters. Some rooms are snug, but they’re so well-designed that they don’t feel cramped. Over-sized windows offer views of busy Stuttgarter Platz or the ivy-covered courtyard.
All rooms are equipped with a safe, satellite TV, phone and (wait for it) a computer with Internet. Three “Comfort” doubles also offer a balcony. Guests on a budget can opt for an “Economy” single or double, which is just like a “Standard” room only a bit smaller (and cheaper). The hotel also has a handful of triple and “Family” rooms, which sleep up to five people. We were impressed that one dorm-like room with four single beds had the space for a red suede couch.
The majority of rooms at the Art Hotel Charlottenburg Hof are non-smoking, but there are eight rooms reserved for smokers.
The decent-sized private bathrooms are spic-and-span. All offer a hair dryer and toiletries, and the Comfort rooms boast a luxurious Jacuzzi.
Although it’s geared towards business travelers, the Art Hotel Charlottenburg Hof boasts a warm staff that will make everyone feel at home. Free coffee and tea are available throughout the day in the lounge, and the hotel’s Café Voltaire is a cheery spot that serves up tasty eats 24 hours a day. It offers outdoor seating, both on the street and in the tranquil courtyard.
In addition to free wired Internet on the in-room computers, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi throughout. Café Voltaire serves breakfast buffet to hotel guests only (for a fee) from 7 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
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About the Art Hotel Charlottenburger Hof Berlin neighborhood
North of the Ku'Damm is the leafy, upper middle class hood of Charlottenburg. Residential and rich, Charlottenburg is full of relaxed little cafes. We love Charlottenburg for its friendly side streets, in particular those diagonal streets that host little mini-parks. We also like Charlottenburg's affordable little pensions and hotels, which are more prevalent than the neighborhood's well-heeled profile would suggest. While Charlottenburg is not as vibrant and exciting as the dynamic hoods to the east, it's reliable and safe, and at turns quite welcoming.