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Adina Apartment Hotel Booking Policy

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I wanted to book a 6 night stay at the Adina Apartment Hotel in Berlin, starting June 3rd. When I did so, for every kind of room available, their booking policy is as follows.

This rate is non refundable and non changeable. Cancellation fee is equal to cost of 100 percent of total stay booked. A non refundable deposit at the time of booking is required. Deposit is equal to cost of 100 percent of total stay.

Is this typical for Berlin hotels? What happens if something unfortunate happens, and I'm not able to travel to Berlin? If this is typical of most Berlin hotels, then I will just go along with the way things are done there.

Thanks for your help with this

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