Cityhostel Berlin is the perfect place for you!
We are right in the centre of Berlin just a few minutes walk from all the main sights of the city.
Enjoy our continental breakfast buffet (for 4.90 Euro) and relax at our terrace with FREE Wi-Fi access.
You can book the breakfast directly at the reception desk.
Just a short walk away: Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg gate, Jewish Museum, Friedrichstrasse, Potsdamer Platz & Unter den Linden.
You like to party? A short train journey will take you to Oranienburger Strasse or Alexanderplatz.
One towel included any extra towel only 1 Euro.
From 01/01/2014 the City of Berlin will charge an extra tax of 5% on every night.
Except all bookings that are made until 31/12/2013 till 23:59 o’clock for next year.
Under 18 years old?
Guests in the age of 16 or 17 need a written confirmation from their parents that they are allowed to stay in our hostel. This form needs to be shown at the check-in. Furthermore we need a copy of the passport of the parents (bot pages)
I was there for 7 days. My room was bright and clean, this for small money. Its an good origin, becouse you have super traffic connections to the most liked sight.
The personal is friendly and helpful, if you have any problems...
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The hostel in general O.K., the breakfast very well, but the cleanliness of the rooms is very poor and during the week has not been cleaned the dust. In addition, our room (408) have noise problems with the next door, because there are two rooms in one.
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