The Grand City Ku'damm's 81 guest rooms are spread over 5 storeys. They are simple, very clean, and in impeccable condition. The standard rooms overlook the street, while those in the 'comfort' category look onto a pleasant little courtyard. Their dimensions remain very modest, however. The bed is framed by a headboard with two simple integrated bedside tables, and next to it is a light-coloured wooden desk with an old (i.e. not flat-screen) television on it, as well as some decorative flowers and a bottle of water as a welcome gift. The only thing decorating the walls and bringing a bit of colour to the room is a single watercolour painting of a Mediterranean village. If you normally travel with a lot of luggage, try to pare it down a bit when visiting this hotel, since the little cupboard only offers a small amount of storage space and with no door, it means you will have to keep things tidy! Similarly, the bathroom also offers no more than the strict minimum. It is equipped with a shower with a rather old, white curtain, a soap dispenser, and a little hair-dryer, with light provided by a neon lamp.