The hotel was perfect to use as a base when arriving and departing Munich by train. Just a short walk. Plus the rooms are nicely appointed...very modern. The staff was considerate and accommodating. A+ rating in my book.
Even the bathroom mirror had an anti-fog and was nice and bright. Very clean, serviced daily. A short walk to many areas of interest. We did a day trip to Saltzburg. Plenty of places nearby to get meals and shop. One of the nicer hotels we stayed at over the past four weeks, but would choose a room away from the street next time. A pleasant view, but noisy at night.
As soon as I entered the lobby, the doorman, and receptionist were very welcoming. The best part about this hotel, is the Michelin restaurant. It's very quiet, and you are close to everything (shops, restaurants, and museums). Without a doubt, this is the best hotel in Munich.
Travelling from Hull to Ljubljana by train needed to overnight in Munich near the station. This place was 5 mins walk from the station. Great value, clean and comfortable for the night. Also did a great breakfast for 14 euro. Thoroughly recommend.
Spent a weekend in Munich in TRYP. The location is great. Easily walkable (10 min) to the the Hauptbahnhof, the Altstadt, or Theresienweise. The room was clean and comfortable, though a bit warm in the summer months (as is normal in Germany, no Air Conditioning, but only a small fan to provide cooling). Not a significant detraction from the stay, however, as the weather is usually quite comfortable. The staff were quite helpful with recommendations about the area, and the attached restaurant serves quite good food.
Just west of the old town, the area around the main station is crammed with hotels and pedestrian areas filled with shops. Further north is the city's museum district, which is home to the Alte and Neue Pinakothek, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the restored Glypothek, the Museum of Antiquities, and the Lenbachhaus, which exhibits the work of Bavarian painter Franz von Lenbach.