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Cosmo Hotel

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Cosmo Hotel

The Cosmo Hotel is the ideal place for creative free-thinkers who have arrived in Berlin to roam about its newly opened art galleries and fashion stores, without forsaking any of the usual creature comforts. The interior embodies the features of a classical design hotel, being fashionable, contemporary, and at the same time, sufficiently informal. The rooms are painted in a warm tone palette that ranges from chocolate to beige, with excellent beds that are spacious and comfortable, and large windows that permit the maximum entry of natural daylight.

On the other hand, the view from these windows is perhaps not the most appealing in the city, as the Cosmo Hotel is located close to a block of flats in what was formerly East Berlin. These unattractive buildings were erected in the socialist architecture style of the communist era. However, if you opt for one of the Junior Suites in the corners of the edifice, the large windows will provide a view along two walls that is much more pleasing to the eye.

The hotel has 84 rooms and is about a 15-minute walk from Friedrichstraße and the Gendarmenmarkt. The Cosmo Hotel also has another distinguishing feature: it offers wonderful breakfast meals, which are served until 14:00 on weekends, making them more like brunches. As the experts from www.anothertravelguide.com established, the guests appreciate this fact. On weekends, the greatest number of diners seems to be sometime between 12:00 and 13:00.

The hotel staff members are very friendly and knowledgeable. They will tell you everything that you need to know about Berlin's current top addresses. Free internet access is available in the lobby, while in the hotel rooms it costs 6.50 EUR per 24 hours.

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