Intercity-Hotel Muenchen at Bayerstrasse 10, dirket im Hauptbahnhof und trotzdem ruhig.
We have stayed here several times and it is always great, QUIET, classy and convenient!
It is not part of the Intercity chain, which we have also used and were happy with them, but this is a step above. www.muenchen.intercityhotel.de
It is location, location, quality and it is VERY QUIET. When you depart, taking a train, the hotel porter will take your luggage directly to your train car! You can prearrange this and only need allow 10 minutes time to the train, 5 minutes would do but plan on 10 just to be safe.
This place is a good opportunity for those of you who want to visit Munich without spending all your shopping money for the accomodation. It's cheap, clean, friendly and in a good location. Furthermore, the visitors are very international - the USA, Europe, Asia, Australia, you name it.
The Tent is not only a campground, but also a dormitory. Several large tents with double-stock beds on concrete ground satisfy those who don't enjoy building up their own tents, but who want to stay in Munich on a small budget.
There are shower/bathroom facilities, table tennis tables, a nice little bar and a bonfire place on the properties. The guys from the reception can help you with nearly everything and they also offer a free (!) Munich tour every day. All in all, I was very satisfied with my stay there - had it not been for that man next to my bed who snored so loud that you could have heard him from 20 miles away... :(
friendly staff, price
I stayed in hotel Europaeischer Hof from 30 April to 1 May 2004. I found the hotel very very good, with spacious rooms that were tidy and clean but cozy at the same time. Check the rates on their website, as they have pretty good offers.
This is considered the nicest hotel in all of Munich. It is not uncommon to see dignitaries, politicians, and celebrities in the lobby.
The service, as expected, is wonderful. My only gripe (as is my gripe for all of Germany), is that many of the staff asked if I am from Japan (I am Chinese-American). I expected the staff at a hotel like this to not assume--and to not look surprised when I say I'm actually from San Francisco.
Although they have high-speed internet access, you have to bring your own ethernet cable. It costs 10 euros to rent one from the hotel.
Probably the worst hotel experience I've had (aside from the time in Milan when our hotel room was invaded by mosquitos and we had to call the front desk to fumigate the room while we sat outside in our pajamas). Oh boy, where to start...
- We had to go up about six flights of stairs to get to our room.
- My German is bad, but not that bad--it took me five minutes of asking the maid where I can do my laundry, using every last bit of my measly vocabulary, before I realized she spoke no German.
- It wasn't always staffed. Once we went to the lobby around 3pm, and there was nobody there--and no sign indicating when they will be back.
- They didn't clean our room for two days. Granted, it was over Christmas (24th and 25th), but still--a little warning would be nice so we could ration our towels.
- They would run out of breakfast.
- The bathrooms were dirty and smelly, even after they "cleaned" it.
Maids who won't clean your room
Absentee front desk people
... and to be true the only one I ever stayed in, when I have been to Munich.
So ... during my stay there, the staff always used to take care for any special need I had.
The only thing you should mention when reserving a room there, is to get one in the main house. Sometimes they give you rooms in an apartment house nearby. Service is the same, but if one goes there, then for the unique charme!
- the warm and relaxing atmosphere of this lovingly restored historic building
- the feeling of you being at home
- Start your day with a delicious choice of fresh and wholesome food from our generous breakfast buffet. In summertime it is also served in the idyllic garden.
- Enjoy the peace and quiet of the terrace, set in the relaxing natural surroundings of the “Englischer Garten”. This is your oasis of tranquillity in Munich.
down Senefelderstr from the train station.
Decent and cheap place to stay. More of a hostel than a hotel. Convenient to the train, trams and Bahns. Dorm beds less than $20. Smaller rooms less than $40. Laundry facility on site. Internet access on site, but the "Easy Internet Cafe" is right across from the HauptBahnHof (a 2 minute walk) and is a lot cheaper. Bar on site for a late evening beer.
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