This is a very good hotel. It is just 5 minutes walk north of Munchener Freiheit transport interchange, that has U-bahn, bus and tram stops. There is also a tram stop right outside the hotel.
The standard rooms are very small, but the superior and executive rooms are excellent, bright, clean and well equipped.
Check in very efficient and friendly, with multi lingual staff.
Breakfast really good. Excellent bufffet but you also can order eggs, ham, bacon.
Our booking contained free mini bar which was well stocked with soft drings and beers.
The only very slight negative we would say is that there were no coffee/tea making facilities in the bedroom
A nice enough hotel when you need a basic and typical hotel with a convenient suburb and quiet environment. The rooms are small but well organized and comfortable. The heating and air is central and quiet with a adjustable height shower that is plenty tall for anyone up to 6'3" without bending. Internet was difficult for me with free allotment of data running out quickly but 5 euro per day for internet after that is not so bad. Breakfast was OK and expensive, and I could not have dinner when the burger was 17 Euro. I went out as this was too much. The attached coffee shop is good and a better choice for budget minded people like me.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Rilano alte heide , the staff was friendly and professional , we were delighted to find such a nice hotel for Oktoberfest , the only drawback was the wifi which was intermittent, would not hesitate recommending this hotel. Great hotel
We booked Thais for a trip to the Munich Christmas markets. We booked a Queen sized room. The room
We got was cramped with a shower and a toilet cubical but no actual dedicated bathroom..it was 'functional'.
A number of the lights didn't work and the lift broken down one evening which was awkward as we were on the 4th floor and I was on crutches due to a slipped disc!
HOWEVER..the lift was repaired by the next morning and having spoken with reception they gave us a room upgrade to the 2nd floor, with a HUGE room and bathroom with a bath! Loved it. Staff couldn't be more friendly and helpful.
Note: the photos of the lobby are very deceptive...it looms large and funky...its tiny and funky!!
I'd go back again BUT would get a larger room upfront and pay the extra!
Traveller from UK
Cozy 3 star hotel with warm atmosphere and nicely furnished rooms. SITUATED IN THE FAMOUS QUARTER - SCHWABING - A RESIDENTIAL …More
Schwabing is Munich's social and nightlife hub. Much of the activity takes place day and night on Leopold Strasse, which has the huge Siegestor. Nightclubs are crammed around Wedekindplatz. The city's most popular beer garden is at the Chinese Tower in the English Garden, while further north is Olympiapark, which was built for the 1972 Olympics.