- Quality Hotel & Suites Berlin City- East (Berlin)
Quality Hotel & Suites Berlin City- East
country: Germany, city: Berlin (Lichtenberg HohenschГѓВ¶nhausen)
Quality Hotel & Suites Berlin City- East
This hotel is situated within easy reach of the city centre. There is good public transport nearby with the tram-stop Hohenschonhausener Strasse just outside the hotel. Underground and S-Bahn are either within 20 mins walking distance or 4 stops by tram.
The standard rooms are comfortable and appropriately equipped to make guests feel at home. The business rooms are designed with the very latest in office technology.
The restaurant offers International and regional cuisine as well as seasonal specialities and celebration menus. The pub offers Irish beers, whiskeys and Irish dishes.
The hotel offers live music in "Jeffrey's" Pub on Thursday nights. In the summer month's guests can sit out in the beer garden or on the terrace.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Banquet facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Cable / Satellite TV
Iron and ironing board
4 kms to City Centre
14 kms to the Airport (Berlin-Schoenefeld)
20 kms to the Airport (TXL)
30 minute walk to the nearest Metro Station (Frankfurter Allee)
5 km to the nearest Station (Ostbahnhof)
15 km to the nearest Fair Site (ICC)
Landsberger Allee 203
D 13055 Berlin
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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