We paid 40€ for a double room with no toilet. The room was very basic, the matresses too hard and the pillows too soft. They said the room had a kitchen but it was only a very old and very used sink and a small fridge. Almost no tableware and just a portable stove. There was a washbasin too but it was also very old and used. The common showers had no doors and nowhere to hang the towel or lay your clothes. The building is soviet style, very simple. Surprisingly the WIFI connection worked great in the room. I would not have payed more than 20 for the room and that's a lot for what you get. In the hotel website you can read it has free parking but it hasn't, you have to park in the street. Dogs are allowed but you have to pay 10€ extra for each dog.
I stayed in this hotel for almost a month during my visit in Rostock. I think this hotel is perfect for long stay with limited budget. There is small kitchen in the room with basic cooking facilities, so the guests can prepare the meal by themselves. There are also supermarkets around the hotel. There is a tram stop close to the hotel. Rostock downtown may be reached in about 30 minutes by tram. You may go to Warnemunde beach by tram too.
Situated in a suburb away from and a decent 40 minute tram ride into the centre although trams are cheap and frequent. There are public parking spaces along the front of the hotel and a free public carpark opposite. We were a little anxious about the security of the car but nothing untoward occured. The member of staff who checked us in was a less than helpful and openly irritable. The building is like a big old army barracks and the rooms were on long corridors. Our room was at the very end of a corridor and the promised wifi did not work. We were so far away from the hub we assume we were out of range. Our room was a decent size with kitchen facilities and a dining table so we took advantage of the supermarket opposite to shop for our evening meal. There are some restaurants and other shops also nearby. There was a good bathroom with a bath and shower. The hotel offered a buffet breakfast for 5 Euros but we found the set up quite confusing, customer-unfriendly and bought breakfast at the local supermarket instead.…
You can come to Gästehouse by a tram from the city center of Rostock. This accommodation place is inside a big red brick house. It's divided to hotel and hostel. We spent 2 night in the hostel, where our private room costed 30 euro per night. The room was a quite big, but basic. There was also a small "kitchen corner", where is a fridge and a cooking plate. We tested it by roasting some meat for lunch and it seemed to work fine. The shower room (with several showers in the same room) and toilet were shared with the other rooms. The downside was that there were not not shower curtains in the shower room, but you can lock the door.