3.82km from Kampfkunststudio COREI've stayed in the hotel one night. I've chosen it because it was near the appartement I was going to rent the following day and because the check in was up to 22hs (my flight arrived late in the night). The receptionist spoke English and was friendly with explanations. She left the hotel at 22hs and the reception was closed till the following day (I left at 10am and it was nobody there. I left the keys in the counter). The restaurant was closed due to Corona. In the surroundings there was no restaurants nor markets open in the night, so I've ordered food by internet and it arrived in 20m. The room was big, with 2 beds, leading to the street, but no sound was heard. In the bathroom there was liquid soap (no shampoo), toilet paper and towels. Heating was working well. You get one duvet in the bed. TV channels also available. I was given the password for internet, but the signal was kind of slow in my room so I was connected in the hall of the 1st floor. There are 2 main doors to enter the hotel: through the restaurant and another one by the left side. The staff of the delivery service entered directly and I've found him at the door of my room! (when nobody was at the reception). There's a lift that was working in the night an early morning, but it seems that it's not working all the time. There are stairs that you need to climb in order to reach the reception, so you will have to make an effort by yourself to carry the bags as there's nobody there to help. In front of the hotel there's the S-Bahn station, and 100mts away there's a bakery where you can grab a coffee and croissant in the morning (as the hotel doesn't provide you with breakfast).