Stayed for 2 days in Munich. Hotel very close to central station and very accesible. Good breakfasts.
Very helpful staff. Room facilities good, comfortable & clean. I had the hotel as an all-in package with flight and 2 nights stay. Selected on basis of facilities and location in Munich. Hotel is billed as 4 star and for the package price was a good choice of hotel with facilities. Hotel is comfortable, clean and convenient for short stays. Many reviews have slated the hotel on some aspects but for me as a short stay business traveller, it served it's purpose well. For longer stays it may not appeal to some people, and many of the rooms face the main station. This did not cause me any issues and I woke one morning with a tannoy announcement, but on the whole, the hotel was quiet.
Late checkout at 12noon was convenient as it enabled me to do some work on my final day, and free wifi was useful, quick and had no issues.
Hotel breakfast facilities were well priced (€8 if booked in advance, €10 if not), with plenty of options, and nice dining area.
Would use this hotel again if in Munich for short durations. Appears to be part of a network of European hotels.
For short days and business trips this was a good hotel: but for those expecting total exclusive 5* luxury on a holiday, you may be disappointed: it is a modern hotel with good facilities and close to the centre.
I am happy with my selection and felt the price was good considering the package and facilities
We were on our honeymoon. The hotel was great and the staff was friendly. It is in a great location near everything. We were on foot during our stay and we walked everywhere. I would recommend this hotel.
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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.