The hotel is owned by the Lutheran Church and is correspondingly simple. Its rooms are fairly basic but nonetheless comfortable. Annoyingly, German legislation prohibits tea & coffee making facilities in the rooms.
It is in a green leafy suburb, not far from the centre of the old West Berlin, but located some way away from the nearest bus stop, though there is plenty of parking space for those travelling by car.
There is a bar in the hotel, but on the days I stayed there it was not available to residents, and it is not possible to eat in the restaurant, which is annoying when one considers the considerable distance to the nearest bar or restaurant. The breakfast buffet is limited, but whet there is is of good quality.
Warning: The WiFi is expensive and can only be used by one piece of equipment. A resident wishing, for example, to use their laptop for e-mail and to access a daily newspaper on a tablet has to pay twice.
The price is very reasonable for any hotel, and for a major city like Berlin it is extremely good value for money, even when one takes the small annoyances into account.
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