Berlin is rapidly falling apart, in desperate need of housing for “refugees”. Therefore, the Berlin Senate is now dependent on renting hotels and hostels. As a result, the great hotel “Dormero” was immediately converted into asylum accommodation. It’s expensive fun for the taxpayer: The cost of accommodating 166 asylum seekers is 9,462 euros per day and 283,860 euros per month – food costs are not included, as “Bild” reported.
The Dormero Hotel Berlin Ku’Damm occupies a prime location in the posh district of Charlottenburg. It has 72 rooms and eight suites – comfortably furnished, of course. A spa area with a sauna is also available to guests. Operations recently ceased. Asylum seekers are now living in luxury hostels at taxpayers’ expense.
As the State Refugee Office (LAF) asked “Bild”, the Berlin Senate has rented a hotel to accommodate asylum seekers. declare. A total of 166 people are expected; 100 “refugees” have already arrived from Syria, Afghanistan and Turkey. The LAF pays approximately 57 euros per day and person. For 166 asylum seekers, this would amount to 9,462 euros per day and 283,860 euros per month. The cost of food is also added to this.
The hotel on Eislebener Straße is owned by Berlin-based “Dormero Deutschland Betriebs GmbH”. According to the information obtained from the picture, it needs renovation. Until it is renovated, it will be used to house asylum seekers. Another beneficiary of uncontrolled mass immigration?
At the end of September, Social Senator Cancel Kızıltepe (SPD) announced that by the end of the year 1,500 places would be available for asylum seekers by renting rooms in hotels and hostels. This number has already been exceeded – there are currently (as of November 13) 2,912 places, of which almost three-quarters are occupied. According to the Social Administration, accommodation in hostels and hotels is supposed to be cheaper than larger accommodation, but interestingly no comparative prices are given – so there is clearly no evidence for this claim. Instead, other advantages are pointed out: “From the refugees’ point of view, everyday life in hostels is quieter, there are private bathrooms and some have kitchens.” good for you.
Lucky soldiers from around the world are allowed to apply for asylum in Germany and are housed as comfortably as possible – no expense or effort is spared. And luxury hotels are not only rented out in Berlin. On the contrary, the fact that people with low incomes and small pensions can barely cover the costs of living in the country can hardly be overstated in terms of injustice.