The hotel location is excellent. Right across the road from central station and a short walk to all the main parts of the town. The room was very very clean the only let down for me was the pillows were overly soft for my liking and there’s no tea and coffee facilities but otherwise excellent. The ...
Great location close to airport, comfortable, decent breakfast. Only drawback was the waiting time at check-in: 35 minutes! This was due to a lack of staff and their lack of speed in dealing with guests. It was not fun to wait in line after a long journey with young kids. A computer terminal check-in ...
This was a ok hotel which is close to the airport! The room was adequate and met our needs! Thought the breakfast was far too expensive at €18 each not required when food in airport cheaper! all in all not bad at all
Sehr sauber und schön eingerichtet, gute Lage! Sehr kleine Zimmer und kleines Bad, kaum abstellmöglichkeiten für Kleider und Gepäck.
The room was a bit worn down, the door did not close properly so everytime someone walked by it made noise, very cold in the room.
Hotel was in great location but if you are staying in a room at front of hotel it is very noisy especially at 4am when the railway station staff use their power washer.
First class hotel, breakfast was a bit steep in price and the bar prices were expensive but loved the hotel and staff
Really good overall. Be great if all the staff didn't assume all women with dark hair and brown skin are Arabic. Was greeted twice in Arabic, and I'm Indian!
Munich has most of the well-known hotel chains with all of them offering conference facilities, including the Sheraton, Hilton, Holiday Inn and Sofitel. In addition, there is the new hi-tech International Congress Centre that hosts up to 12,000 guests, along with the Hanns Seidel Centre right in the centre of the city.
The Restaurant Dallmayr is run by Michelin-starred Diethard Urbansky and serves an eclectic mix of food, highlighting delicacies from the famous delicatessen below. Eating Italian in Bavaria might sound a little odd but Munich has some excellent Italian restaurants with Limoni, Due Passi and Vinaiolo being the best.
There are fewer places on Earth more famous for their markets than Munich with the Viktualienmarkt (food market) being the largest, it is a day out in itself. The Christmas Market is just as much fun and is set in the wonderful Marienplatz from the end of November up until Christmas. Best buys in Munich include sweets, beer and designer wear. There is a huge range of shopping opportunities on the doorstep of your Munich hotel.
The National theatre where several of Wagner's works premiered, the Schloss Nymphenberg, home of Bavarian Kings, is more of a palace than a castle and very beautiful. There are several world-class art museums found in Munich, including the Museum of BMW cars.
Although other sports do exist in Munich, and the 1972 Summer Olympics were famously held here, the sporting landscape belongs almost exclusively to Bayern Munich, which is the greatest German football club and one of the biggest in the world, in terms of success and annual sales. The Allianz arena, the joint home of Bayern and 1860 Munich, can hold 71,000 people.