Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score Great Value!
Good For Solo
Friendly Staff and comfortable hotel
I arrived at the Munich Hauptbahnhof (main train station) so early in the morning as I took the overnight train from Amsterdam. Normally, the check in time for most germany hotels is 2pm. So I bide my time, took a breakfast at McDonalds but can't keep my tired sleepy eyes open, so I took the chance and went to the hotel at 8:30am and the lady receptionist (Jasna) gladly checked me in as she said the room is available. How lucky am I.
The room was surprisingly big, light blue carpet, peach coloured bed, 2 single beds joined together - big! - two big cabinets, tv, study table, much lightings, windows open up to the main street, clean bathroom is big with separate shower stall with glass doors.
There's a minibar inside the right cabinet, lots of electrical outlets, internet connection in room albeit sometimes unreliable but it's free.
Clean room at EUR39/night (no breakfast) for single occupancy is a bargain! So comfortable and all the reception staff are so friendly.
I'll definitely recommend this hotel and the location is about a 5-minute walk from the main train station / 2 blocks away and also walking distance about 10-minute walk to Marienplatz. Restaurants (kebab and turkish) are around, McDonalds is on the back street, many stores around and an icecream parlour beside it. Great location.
By the way, I booked this hotel via www.booking.com
Will stay there again for sure.
Unique Quality: So friendly staff and clean room.
Directions: When you get out of the min train station in Munich, the first street in front of the station is Bayerstrasse, then another street - Schwanthalerstrasse, then the Landwehrstrasse, that's the hotel street, few steps to your left. Adjacent to the YMCA.
Enjoyed the stay: Suite is nice
I have stayed at this hotel twice:
Feb 8-12, 2003
May 13-15, 2004
The latter of the two stays was my favorite because I managed to reserve the top suite. The view from the suite is nice particularly at night. The suite itself is very spacious, but the stairs are steep (no elevator service to this room). When I come back to Munich, I will try to reserve this room again.
Unique Quality: Cozy suite with nice view
Quirky and cool
Stayed two nights in May 2006. This place is right next to the Theater - literally conencted by an arch over a courtyard. Its small but the room I had was airy and high ceilinged with a great local view over the courtyard. Furnishings are a little sparce - this isn't a five star hotel, but spotlessly clean and secure.
The production while I wa there was 'cats' but I didn't hear any noise even though I deliberately listened, I imagine that rooms overlooking the road may be a little noisy . The restaurant (it's italian but can't remember the name) in the ground floor is good- I had a perfectly good spaghettii and bottle of chianti, the bar that forms part of the restaurant is well stocked and stays open late - I guess for the Theatre crowd. If you are looking for atmosphere and character at a reasonable rate then Deutsches Theater is a good choice. best I've stayed at in the price range.
Unique Quality: 5 mins walk from Hauptbahnhof and 15 from Marienplatz. Great character hotel
Directions: 5 Mins from Hauptbahnhof and 10 from Marienplatz
Convenient location, but a little loud
We stayed at Hotel Deutsches Theatre on the weekend of May 5, 2006. First of all, the pros. This hotel is within walking distance (about 6 blocks) of the Hauptbahnhof (main train station). It is also just a few blocks from the Sendlinger Tor, through which is the Munich Altstadt (old city) with its many shops. There is also an U-Bahn/S-Bahn (subway/commuter train) stop at Sendlinger Tor which is convenient for getting nearly anywhere around Munich. The staff was at least somewhat friendly and spoke English until they realized that I was always replying to them in German. Rooms were a decent size with windows that fully open. Small safes were in the rooms, the key to which was available for a EUR 10 deposit. The shower was small but adequate. Breakfast offered a typical variety of breads, cheese, meat, and yoghurt. Moving into the cons, the room had a very small TV (but you don't come to Europe to watch TV, right) and a mini-bar, which disappointingly was not in a refrigerator, but just warm drinks sitting on top of the counter. Non-alcoholic drinks were EUR 3. You can get cold drinks from the people downstairs, but they only have sparkling water, so if you don't like this, remember to get your own at a store before closing time, or you'll be walking down to the train station. The decor of the hotel is a bit on the shabby side and the hallways and stairwells are a bit dingy, but it is, of course, kept very clean. We had a room on the courtyard side, which looks across to part of the Deutsches Theater (hence the name). In that courtyard are practice rooms and a dance school, so there will be noise from that until about 10-10:30 at night. "Eins! Zwei! Drei! Vier! Noch einmal!" I don't ever want to hear the song 'Memory' from 'Cats' again either! The area around the hotel has a lot of Turkish establishments and is not what I would call a particularly 'touristy' area, but it isn't scary. I would recommend this hotel to pretty much anyone looking for basic accomodation, as long as they don't go to bed before 10:00pm.
Unique Quality: Very convenient location pretty much right between central Munich and the train station.
Directions: Go out of the train station on the east side. Go right on Schillerstrasse about four blocks, then left on Landwehrstrasse about 2 blocks. This is a different hotel than the "Deutsches Theater Hotel" which is on the opposite side on Schwanthalerstrasse.
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