Hotel Carmer 16
Carmerstr. 16, Berlin, Germany star
Doubles from: $122 to $206
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Situated a few blocks off the Ku’Damm, the four-star Hotel Carmer 16 looks like it was decorated by a fussy aunt—a good thing in our book. Tons of the Carmer's guests are repeat customers, and it's easy to see why. The hotel's 30 rooms are pretty, and the staff is quite friendly. Moreover, the Carmer is a good place for the risk-averse.
Pros: Clean. Great location. Spacious yet cozy rooms.
Cons: Expensive breakfast and Wi-Fi. Thin walls.
The hotel’s hallways are soft floral design adventures, and framed reproduction paintings of flowers and other garden delights grace the walls of guest rooms as well. Wall-to-wall carpets, simple white walls and low modern beds units are all standard at the Hotel Carmer 16.
All rooms are equipped with a fan, safe, minibar, mini-fridge, phone and satellite TV. Our favorite rooms have small balconies.
The private bathrooms are standard and clean. They are equipped with a bathtub and toiletries, and some have a bathtub (ask ahead).
The Hotel Carmer 16 has a small spa, replete with sauna, hot tub, tanning bed and a variety of services. All facilities cost extra to use. In fact, we didn’t adore the hotel’s habit of charging extra for everything. Wi-Fi is not free, and breakfast costs a pretty penny (good thing the Carmer is near the Zoo Bahnhof and a selection of restaurants).
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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Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany
About the Hotel Carmer 16 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.