Hotel Orly

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Gabrielenstrasse 6, Neuhausen, Munich, Bavaria, 80636, Germany
Hotel Orly
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Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families63
  • Couples60
  • Solo50
  • Business40

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Forum Posts

General Post off Mail Address

by Denmartian

I am getting a little desperate. I need to send a parcel to my son who will be in Munich for Octoberfest. He is backpacking and I need to send it to the Main Post office in Munich. Can anyone please give me the mailing address? I am sending it from Australia for his birthday.
Cheers & TIA

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by hawkhead

Cor, it ain't easy and the Deutschepost site is useless BUT I have found the following:

Mail -- General delivery -- mark it POSTE RESTANTE -- can be used in any major town or city in Germany. You can pick up your mail upon presentation of a valid identity card or passport. Street mailboxes are painted yellow. It costs 1.70€ ($2.70) for the first 5 grams (about 1/5 oz.) to send an airmail letter to the United States or Canada, and 1€ ($1.60) for postcards. All letters to the U.K. cost .70€ ($1.10). To mail a package, go to one of the larger post offices in Munich. The Postamt München (main post office) is across from the Hauptbahnhof, at Bahnhofplatz 1 (tel. 089/599-0870). If you want to have your mail sent to you, have it addressed Poste Restante, Postamt München, Bahnhofplatz 1, 80074 München, for general delivery. Take along your passport to reclaim any mail. The office is open Monday to Friday 7am to 8pm, Saturday 8am to 4pm, and Sunday 9am to 3pm. There are no longer fax, phone, or telex facilities available in the post office.

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Hope this helps!!

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by hawkhead

Oh yes, and perhaps you should send it some sort of registered mail, so that you can claim compensation if it should go astray. In the UK we can claim up to £41 with only a postal receipt but pay extra for additional value, so it may be that Australia has something similar and that your parcel will be covered for the minimum amount.

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by Kathrin_E

Poste restante service ("postlagernd") is only done for letters, not for parcels any more. Sorry, this will only work if you manage to select and pack a small lightweight gift that can be sent as a letter in format and weight.

If I understand the Post website correctly (they are not very clear about the procedure) the letter must be addressed as

**Name of recipient**
80074 München

The location is the post office in Bahnhofplatz 1, i.e. opposite the main train station.
International letters are kept for pickup for one month.

For a parcel you need a postal address, for example the hostel where your son will be staying.

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by Redang

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by bobbie.b

Thankyou. I gather this is a new way to force people to take advantage of a new postal service (Pack Station)but one needs to be a resident to use it. So I guess the boy is not getting a parcel this year!!!!!

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by bobbie.b

Thankyou for all your hard work. I understand now that there is not a prcel pickup service unless one accesses the Pack Station service & one must be a registered citizen to use it. Sad.............

Re: General Post off Mail Address

by tropicrd

Hi,any Australian post office should be able to help you with this--they were very helpful to me when I needed to post overseas.


Re: General Post off Mail Address

by yvr

Why don't you just send it UPS or Fedex?

Travel Tips for Munich

Stroll around

by Sjalen

The easiest way to get your bearings is to walk to the Marienplatz and find this view of the City Hall and Fraunenkirche. Have a look at both before going up the tower of the church (or any other city centre tower for that matter) for a birds eye view of München that quickly orientates you. I promise you will want to see more...and more...and more...

Daytrip to Wies - kirche

by globetrott

Wieskirche is a rather large church, surrounded by a few houses only.

It started all with a miracle in 1740 and since then lots of pilgrims come to this lovely church, that is even a bit over-loaded with ornaments, paintings and frescoes.

When driving by car from Munich towards Fuessen, you will pass by it, it is just 6 Km off the regular road.

Wieskirche is about 7 Km east of Steingaden

Schloss Nymphenburg

by bugulma

The castle was built in 1664-1674 by Barelli and Zuccalli architects. The castle was given as a gift by Duke Ferdinand to Henriette Adelaide, his wife, when the heir was born. In 1704 the gallery was built. Orangerie and Cloister were built in 1715. The present view the castle has since 1759. Sorry for the picture with not good quality, it was snowing that day.

Americans, please don't be...

by gkitzmil

Americans, please don't be loud and demanding. My worst experience as an American living in Germany was sitting in Munich and watching some American businessmen being loud and demanding of their kellner/waiter. Don't get me wrong -- German's can be loud and have fun, but there is just something about Americans being rude that I found very offensive.

Spectacular Oberammergau

by culgharper

We visited Oberammergau in late November during our trip to Munich. Its probably an hour to hour and one-half from Munich (we took a bus). The town sits in a valley, is at the base of the mountains and the Alpine forest and general scenery is beautiful. The town is renown for its painted houses or frescos. There aren't many restaurants but several souvenier shops. Nice colorful and reasonably priced beer steins. I believe this is where the passion play is performed every year and is quite an event. There isn't a lot to do here but its definetely a nice stop on your way to Fussen.


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 Hotel Orly

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Address: Gabrielenstrasse 6, Neuhausen, Munich, Bavaria, 80636, Germany