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Hotel Type: Boutique Hotel
Number of Rooms: 47
Prices: from 135.00 EUR to 595.00 EUR
Berlin is an exciting city. It has a unique buzz about it and some gems to discover when it comes to hotels. One such gem is the Louisa’s Place, a turn of the century mansion renovated to become an elegant hotel consisting of 47 suites / apartments.
Elegant - and homely we should add. This is evident as soon as we enter. Instead of a counter, standard hotel style, what you get is a desk and a warm smile to welcome you. It sets the pace for the rest of your stay.
The suites are stylishly furnished with classic furniture offering contemporary functionality, combined with warm hardwood floors, soft natural colors and bright walls. Talking of the walls, they are generally decorated with watercolors and digitally reworked photographs of the hotel.
The kitchens in the suites are modern and fully equipped. In addition to a wireless LAN access in all rooms, the suites offer free DSL connection, so that the communication with the world is assured.
One of the great things about Louisa’s Place is the Spa area and indoor pool (take a look at the photos to see what we mean). It’s really cool and if a morning swim is a need, then Louisa’s Place is definitely for you.
Louisa’s Place is also very conveniently placed to explore Berlin and located right by the Adenaurer Platz Underground Station
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