With 54 rooms, the Henriette is a calm establishment, which is quite a feat in a city as bustling as Berlin. This cosy hotel offers two accommodation options: there are 32 classic rooms and 22 mini-apartments fitted with a kitchenette. The layout is different in each but the decor is the same: classical, but unfortunately not quite as elegant as in the communal areas. There is parquet floor at the entrance, and wall-to-wall carpet in the rest of the room. The furniture is made from dark wood, the armchairs are decorated with blue fabric, and modern art adorns the walls. It has nothing in common with the classy lobby. As far as amenities are concerned, we found no cause for complaint: phone, wardrobes with sliding doors, safe, trouser press, mini-bar with tea/coffee making facilities, and air-conditioning. The bathroom includes a soap dispenser, a shower or a bathtub, and a hair-dryer. Note that some of the rooms are communicating and can be turned into suites that have been dubbed "family apartments".