Property Location With a stay at City Inn, you'll be centrally located in Berlin, within a 15-minute drive of Brandenburg Gate and
Property Location With a stay at City Inn, you'll be centrally located in Berlin, within a 15-minute drive of Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag Building. This hotel is 3.4 mi (5.4 km) from Checkpoint Charlie Museum and 4.5 mi (7.2 km) from Alexanderplatz.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 20 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and electric kettles, and housekeeping is provided weekly.
Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and shopping on site.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 12 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 2 reviews
VERY GOOD 9 reviews
AVERAGE 26 reviews
POOR 6 reviews
TERRIBLE 13 reviews
02 Oct 2017
Simple hostel: cheap, clean an....
Simple room, that was clean, sunny, and was perfect to my disabled girlfriend.
The district was also good, Hauptstr with some cheap Imbiss, good S-Bahn
connection (S1,S5,S41, S42).
If you have not big desires, this hostel is good for you.
You can found 3 supermarket near the hostel: Lidl, Penny, and one Turkish, but the last one is too expensive in my opinion.
23 Oct 2016
City inn review
Took some time to find the entrance as the way in is down a shabby alley between the black rose cocktail bar and a Turkish supermarket.The first night we arrived there was a young male standing at the elevator brandishing a samurai sword for unbeknown reasons,when he saw us watching him he hid it inside his umbrella.The decrepit building resembled a Soviet era office block with various unsavoury businesses occupying the floors and had their shady clientele milling about to all hours.This is what we saw before we even got to our room. The elevator was in badly need of maintenance as it rattled about and would stop for no reason. The reception closes before 6pm so we had to phone the number on the door in order to obtain the wifi password and the keys to the room. There is inadequate lighting as you step from the elevator to your floor.all along the hallways there are light fixtures and cables hanging from the ceiling???.the room was clean but I booked a double room with a large double bed but was given 3 single beds.the bins and room were never cleaned and our towels and bedding never changed in the 5 days we stayed.The water in the shower alternated between scalding hot and ice cold. The other patrons were relatively quiet and you could sleep however there is constant day and night ambulance sirens and the noise from the traffic outside.There is a church across the road where the bell rings non stop for 10 mins just after 9 o'clock in the morning,late risers will have to be aware of this.The subway to the city is a 5 min walk away.There is a good supermarket (penny) about 2 mins away.There is a bus right out front that takes you into the city. There is a moderate amount of cafes and kebab shops nearby that open till late and the staff were friendly. The area may appear unsafe with shady people about but generally we felt in no danger.
23 Apr 2017
Some good points
City Inn is certainly budget so must be reviewed on that basis. How does it compare with other establishments of similar price in Berlin? First thing is it is a semi-hostel, bit like student accommodation and has 3 keys - 1 for building entry, one for suite entry where you enter your room from a communal kitchen and 1 for room. You enter the building down a passageway but beware the keys need to be got from 10 to 6pm. You are left to your own devices after that, which can be a privacy advantage but your room does not get cleaned till you're gone. Staff are not there and not attentive. Good things include excellent wi-fi, great shower, quite spacious single room, low levels of interior noise. Location is also good for S Bahn to city centre in 10 minutes from Shoneberg, a 5 minute walk. Main problem is exterior noise from busy junction. Earplugs are essential. Bed was hard and hurt my back after 4 nights. In conclusion, I have stayed in worst. Would stay again if necessary but there is probably better quality for the same or similar money.
06 Sep 2017
More like pension
It looks a little shady, the bathroom was leaking. The sheets and towels were clean, but it's in a very noisy street. There isn't any service after 6pm so I recommend you get there early or let them know. It is close to public transportation. I don't think it's family friendly at all. The free parking it's only if you can find an empty spot.
Solo travel Traveller
17 Oct 2017
My advice would be avoid if po....
First impressions were mixed. The "hotel" is actually a selection of random rooms within an uninspiring apartment/office block. To get to it you have to go round the back of a Turkish supermarket. Reception seemed to have been recently renovated and on first inspection my room was large, clean and recently decorated. It even had a kettle for drinks.
However it soon became apparent that things weren't so good. The mattress on the bed was possibly the most uncomfortable I have ever slept on. The duvet on close inspection had some rather unpleasant yellow stains and the whole building is next door to a fire and ambulance station so there are deafening sirens all day and all night!
Reception was only open from 11am-6pm which meant I had to listen to frustrated residents knocking nonstop at the reception door next to my room (as well as being able to hear every answerphone message as if it were in my room).
Final irritation was that the WiFi was effectively unusable. Several random hotspots called CityInn, but none seemed to work reliably for more than a few minutes!