My husband and I were in Munich for 5 days, then went to Prague, then to Munich again for another 5 days. We stayed in Golden Leaf Hotel Perlach Allee Hof for the first half of our Munich stay and from the start we loved it.
The hotel is located only 5 mins walk from the train station and is located in a very nice, quiet neighborhood. The staff are young, very friendly and very helpful. They were very accommodating when we asked to change our room and we stayed in a room facing the garden. It was a beautiful way to wake up every morning with a nice view of the garden!
Room is quite small and you really have to keep it tidy to maximize on space but the bed and pillows are very comfortable that after a long hectic day of exploring Munich, it's a welcome way to sink into deep sleep. It's very clean and very well kept too.
After we returned from Prague, we had planned to stay in a hotel closer to the city but we hated the location and the noise and immediately called Golden Leaf asking if they have any availability. They only had a room for the last two days but helped us book another hotel close to them (5 mins away). They salvaged the rest of our trip and made sure it ended happily!
Here's a tip: bakery at the Neuperlach Sud train station next to hotel has THE BEST sandwiches and pastries in Munich! We didn't take the room with breakfast to save some money so I can't really say what food at the hotel was like but that bakery was definitely my highlight of the day! There's a woman there who I'm assuming is the owner and she's super friendly (and also one of the few staff that spoke English well). There are some restaurants, pharmacy, laundromat, and many other services around the hotel as well.
Unique Quality: It's far enough from the noisy crowd and streets to get a good night's sleep after a long fun day but close enough to downtown and main sights for quick access.
Directions: 5 minutes walk from Neuperlach Sud station
I was pleasantly surprised by the hotel, which was selected by one of my colleagues.
The rooms were comfortable and quiet. The entrance to the hotel was locked, but late arrivals are provided with an access code and keys are dispensed automatically - for groups, the other room keys are left in the bookers room.
Unique Quality: excellent breakfast - traditional meats and bread - well roasted coffee.
Directions: short walk to Neu Perlach Sud station
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Address: Therese Giehse Allee 76, Munich, Bavaria, 80739, Germany