If you’re looking for a budget friendly small hotel in Berlin, look no further than Pension Hostel Staycomfort Am Kurfurstendamm.
Close to some of Berlin's most popular landmarks, such as The Holocaust Memorial - Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (1.6 mi) and Brandenburg Gate (1.6 mi), Pension Hostel Staycomfort Am Kurfurstendamm is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Pension Hostel Staycomfort Am Kurfurstendamm features baggage storage, express check-in and check-out, and shops, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Pension Hostel Staycomfort Am Kurfurstendamm, parking is available.
While in Berlin be sure to experience local lobster favourites at Restaurant Tim Raue, borchardt, or Grill Royal.
Berlin is also known for some great military museums, including Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum), Military History Museum, and Museum West Alliierte in Berlin e.V, which are not too far from Pension Hostel Staycomfort Am Kurfurstendamm.
The staff at Pension Hostel Staycomfort Am Kurfurstendamm looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
After arriving the hostel seemed good, relatively comfy beds, good WiFi and good location. However after sitting on the top bunk less than 5 times the wood along the side of the bunk split along the middle, dropping the mattress, wooded slats and nails, along with my friend, down onto the bunk beneath. If another person had on the bottom bunk things could have gone a lot worse. The staff moved us to another room but seemed very unapologetic.
Not bad overall hostel but the first day we were chilling on the beds, 1 bunk bed and a double, and the top bunk collapsed down onto the bottom bunk causing wood to crack and nails to be exposed. I bruised my foot which is not ideal the day before walking round a city and if my mate hadn’t moved from the bottom bunk moments before to change he would have been crushed and could have been seriously hurt. Staff weren’t surprised it happened and moved us to another room. Other than that decent hostel
I know that not everyone can afford an hotel, but why anyone in their right mind would contemplate staying here beggars belief. The whole place is dark and grubby and smells. When my mate invited me I foolishly thought it would be fine, we’ll it’s not! The room was 2m x 3m with two bunk beds. Don’t be fooled by the pictures. Needless to say I didn’t stay.
The hotel is very dirty, not only the room but also the common areas. In the bed there were bed bugs, which bit me all night, please see my photos. After my complaints and thanks to the support of booking I managed to get 50% back, which seems a shame since I had to pay a doctor and throw clothes away to avoid taking bed bugs home. The worst is that the hotel says that it is not their fault and that travellers bring them. It may be true but they have to CLEAN the rooms or ASSUME THE RESPONSABILITY. As you can see in the photos, the black spots are a signal that bed bugs have been in the hotel for a long time. Even if they say they clean, they do not do it the way they should. I do not recommend this horrible hostel to anyone! Regarding my experience with bed bugs, I will send the photos, videos and medical report to the competent authorities so that they can take the necessary measures. Please, avoid this place for your own health!…
Doesn't appear great from the outside -situated between two cruising fetish bars(!), but the inside was a recent conversion of a beautiful Berlin apartment block. The rooms were warm, dry and comfortable. Plenty of hot water in the clean (shared) shower rooms. The location is great -very close to a major conference centre, access to Berlin's superb underground, major bus routes and the KaDeWe! Good value restaurants, beer hall, jazz bars and an outdoor market -Winterfeldtplatz are all nearby.Well worth considering for a budget trip to this great city
After a long night out, it was a brilliant place to sleep during the day and night as it was quite throughout. It had good WiFi and the toilet were clean but were communal. I would recommend but it is a walk from the centre.
My stay at the hostel was okay. Perfectly located to a subway station, you can either use public transport or just walk to the city center (about 4km away, but a pleasant walk. The bed was comfortable enough and the showers were in good conditions. The only issue is that the kitchen closes too early, which was a bit hard for me, as I would arrive late at night and had to eat in my bedroom. Also, as I was here during summer, I arrived at 6pm and the rooms was scorching hot and it remained like that throughout the night. No AC.Other than the tiny issues,I recommend this hostel.
I was a guest at this hostel in the end of July this year and I have some things to say about it. To start with, I’ve been to Berlin during a heat wave so my opinion may not be valid for any time of the year, so take it as you will.. So, as the weather was super hot, the bedroom was like a greenhouse as soon as we got there (2 am). And it didn’t get any better which made my stay a bit difficult, since it was very difficult to sleep with sick heat. This way, I truly recommend you the stay at a hotel which has air conditioning if you are going to Berlin during summer. There are other two things that I found a bit disappointing during my stay. One of them was that the kitchen was only open until 9 p.m. and even though people throughout Europe use to have dinner sooner, in the south, we are used to have dinner at 9:30 pm or even later, which was a pitty. The other thing was that after 6pm, there was no lounge room for people to hang out besides the room itself, which was not so great also, because sometimes your roommates want to rest. On the other hand, the reception staff is very friendly and very understanding. For example, we arrived much later than the closure of the reception and they promptly found a way to solve that. All in all it’s not a bad stay, but there are things that could be improved.…
We booked a double-bed room (with picture) and we got a tiny single room with bunk bed. Apparently they had double-booked that room (assuming that the room actually exists). We were offered no discount or other sort of compensation. Even if non-smoker, the room smelled like a smoker's submarine. The walls are thin like smoking paper and you can clearly hear all neighbour guests. The toilets were disgustingly dirty at all times and they ran frequently out of toilet paper. It's of course not their fault if some guests are dirty but they should perhaps check out and clean more often, not just once a day. Other than that, the personnel were friendly. The hostel is very well located (btw, yes, it's a hostel and not a hotel). In total, 2 WC and 2 toilets for a full floor (2nd floor).
If you are to Berlin not to enjoy the place where you will stay so this pension/hostel is enough for you. This place even shows in the internet with the name "Pension Hostel StayComfort am Kurfürstendamm". The bed was like king size and it was comfortable with two big pillows and linen. The room was huge and very hot, forget your pijama its like summer time inside.Two small face towels are provided in the room,a garbage bin, 2chairs a closet and a big table and TV. Plugs worked fine. The room was 123, window face the terrace and quite silent place.Very good arragement with late check in. My room together with many others was at the 2nd floor complete separate from the reception that closed after 5pm, so if you need something no one will be there to help you. Many times in our floor we run out of toilet paper, no internet password ( even after we get the password it was impossible to found which one was from the hostel) so no internet during the 3nights I was there. Toilets cleaned very superficial. Sometimes the water took to long to get hot during a shower.…