Planing a trip to Berlin in mid-September.
I have checked historical weather temps for this time of year and it appears that there can be a vast range of temperatures. Average appears to range from 7-28 Celsius (44-82 F) but generally with very few days on the high end.
I have read many reviews from various times of year on different hotels and see a recurring statement that the rooms without air conditioning (A/C) are too hot and stuffy.
I live in the U.S. (Southern California near the ocean) and we do not normally have A/C in our homes. Our temps are about the same as they appear to be in Berlin. Other than a few days out of the year when we may have abnormally high temps we do not really have the need for A/C in our homes to be comfortable (an electric fan and open windows can usually do the trick on hotter than average days).
So my question is................how hot/stuffy are the rooms in mid-Setpember in Berlin (how many degrees? and how much hoter than outside temps?) Assuming the room temps range from 7 -28 Celsius (44-82 F), I can't understand how they can be umbearably warm compared to what we are use to here in the beach area of Southern California.
I am just concerned because I have selected a couple of hotels that do not have A/C and I am wondering if we will end up being uncomfortable or worst case Berlin ends up having a heat wave the week we are there.
Sorry for the long post..............thanks in advance for any comments.