Hotel Review: Ibis Berlin Spandau, Berlin, Germany – September 2020 Hotel Review: Ibis Berlin Spandau, Berlin, Germany – September 2020: https://youtu.be/as2ff0RVWSI . I’ve just added a new film to my Hotel Reviews: Germany playlist, here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvGU73l75qxV_7tOBHpJb1D2O7-rrkOg- of a review of the Ibis Hotel located in Berlin’s Spandau suburb. Spandau, is in the West of Berlin, outside of the main ‘tourist’ area, and is an easy short commuter ride on the S-Bahn into the main city centre area. The Ibis Hotel is located a 2 minute walk from Spandau’s railway station, giving good transport connections within Berlin on the S-Bahn, U-Bahn, Regional Trains, and nationally on Intercity and ICE services. I had booked this hotel in December 2019, BEFORE the Coronavirus and Covid-19 were declared a global pandemic, and when there was still a degree of normality to daily life. My intention was to visit Berlin for the Lollapalooza 2020 music festival, where I was going to see Rage Against The Machine. The Festival was being held nearby at the Olympic Stadium, so as you can imagine, at the time of booking, hotel rooms were scarce as there was a great demand for rooms due to the festival, consequently I ended up paying a high price for the room, which was 278 Euro for two nights on a room only basis. I would never normally pay so much for an Ibis Hotel, but I had my ticket for Lollapolooza and needed to ensure that I had somewhere to stay that was close to where the festival was taking place. My room (811), was high up in the tower with a good view over Spandau and the railway station, it was a standard Ibis room, they are fairly identikit, so there were no real surprises. It had a decent king-sized bed, open wardrobe, desk area, chair and air-conditioning. It was cleaned and disinfected upon my arrival and very comfortable. The bathroom was the standard Ibis pre-fabricated bathroom unit, like you get in most Ibis hotels. It had a walk in shower and was clean and served it’s purpose adequately. The hotel was very quiet, I only encountered a handful of other guests. Face mask wearing was compulsory in all areas apart from my room and also if eating or drinking in the ground-floor breakfast area / bar (which I didn’t use). All in all, his was a fine budget hotel, the room was comfortable, the staff were great, location wise it was perfect for the railway station, I enjoyed my stay here and I would return, but I wouldn’t pay such a high price in future. This film features external views of the hotel, the reception, lobby, a detailed room inspection of 811, 8th floor corridors, views from the 8th floor and the lift / elevator. Would you like £15 off of your next hotel booking with Booking.com? if so please click on this link to make your booking: https://ift.tt/2Ydp0Xq This film is a Moss Travel Media production – www.mosstravel.tv If you liked this film, please subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/stuartmoss in order to receive updates of my future film uploads. You can also find my travel films and photography updates on the following social media: Blogger: https://ift.tt/1qnoMUM Facebook: https://ift.tt/1qnoMEq **please like my Facebook page** Google+ just add +stuartmoss Instagram: stumoss – https://ift.tt/1HBECD6 LiveJournal: https://ift.tt/234zNkv Pinterest: https://ift.tt/1N8ggbp WordPress: https://ift.tt/1uTkpb3 StumbleUpon: https://ift.tt/1Q2ZA5k Tumblr: https://ift.tt/1w6b7dl Twitter @mosstraveltv or https://twitter.com/mosstraveltv VKontakte: https://ift.tt/2Froo9I YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/stuartmoss I hope that you enjoyed this film and will return again in future, your support is really appreciated, by subscribing above you will be kept informed of my travel updates and new films uploaded. Thank you and bon voyage!

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