Description:Berliner hof is not kosher hotel, but it is one of the few Berlin accommodation, which offer at least kosher breakfast upon request. The location is very good - in city center, within walking distance to Berlin Jewish community.... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: 423 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 10 (Jochismataler Str. 13) Kosher restaurant: 0 (Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre (Breakfast & Lunch))
Enjoy a Kosher Holiday option with the only Hotel in central Berlin who offers these facilities for the Jewish observant traveller - The Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre.
The facilities include: rooms on lower level, mechanical door key, lamp timers, shabbos goy assistance during the stay, Kosher Breakfast under the supervision of Rabbi Ehrenberg, Berlin, Synagogue nearby and an option to book Friday night meals which are held at the synagogue nearby. A late check out on Saturday night can be requested. (Offer are only valid on request and subject to availability.) Till 6pm no extra cost. Later than 6 pm a small fee applies.
Only 5 min walking distance from the Crowne Plaza Berlin hotel, there is a kosher restaurant - 'Bleibergs' (Diary - Chalav Israel) and a kosher shop - called "Pletzel", where you can buy kosher products.
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The Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre is situated in the heart of Berlin between the Ku'damm shopping mile, the famous department store KaDeWe and the Zoo.
Its central location in the city centre makes the First Class Superior hotel an ideal starting point for the exploring the city or embarking on a shopping spree.
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