Honigmond Garden Hotel
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There’s a good reason why this enchanting place to stay is called the Garden Hotel. The little sister of the Honigmond (also in our selection) has a veritable Garden of Eden at the back, blocking out the noise from the big city. It will probably be the first thing that strikes you at the hotel. The lawn is lush, replete with ivy and centuries old trees, goldfish pond, the gentle splashing of a central fountain and even antique statues scattered throughout - all this whilst the birds are chirping away, non stop. The garden alone will be enough to make a stay in the city centre of Berlin a relaxing proposition, but the rest of the hotel is no less attractive.
Rooms are generally old world and remind us that the Honigmond Garden Hotel itself is a listed early 19th century building - so expect stucco ceilings, old window sills and wooden floors, not synthetic materials. Many pieces are antiques, of course, but bathroom amenities and facilities are all modern. It all makes for one of the nicest charming houses to stay in central Berlin – comfort, friendliness, style and peace right in the north Mitte, a short distance (or tram-ride) from Prenzlauer-berg. This is not a hotel in the full sense of the world, however.
The Honigmond Garden Hotel does not have room service or a 24 hour reception desk or takes credit cards, for example, but even so it is a place full of character and well worth the price in our opinion. As a previous satisfied guest put it “The attention to detail really shows though and it is worth every penny!” We think that’s about right.
Availability (green = available)
- Animals not accepted
- Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard) accepted
- Internet terminal
- Internet WiFi
- Meeting room
- Hair dryer
- Internet WiFi
- Non smoking rooms