- Reviews: 4
Apartment Oberfeld: Holiday Apartment near Munich
These apartments are in Starnberg 30 mins by S-bahn from the Munich city centre. Starnberg is a pretty town on a lake of the same name. There are 2 apartments in the house belonging to the Landlord, they are both on the ground floor. A1 is a larger flat and A2 is small but sufficient for 1 or 2 people. It comprises a sitting area, kitchenette facilities with fridge, microwave and hot plates. There is a sleeping area and ensuite bathroom with shower. Between the 2 flats there is a laundry with washing machine, dryer and iron.
The family who owns the property lives upstairs and are very obliging, they have bicycles for hire but I walked to the shops or to the station. It is only about 1km. The shopping mall had a Tengelmann supermarket as well as bakery, Bank etc.
The flat is clean and well equipped, I found the washing machine particularly useful as i had travelled from Australia and did need to do laundry.
- Reviews: 47
Hotelissimo Haberstock: Slighly above average, near the Main Train Station
I stayed there for several nights in mid September, during a business trip.
The location is very good. The street is in a shables, the neighbourhood is quite unpleasant - to say the least, but the hotel is acceptable. Old, quite good maintenance, though it can improve on it. The bed and matress are good and feel nice. The wireless works well in the lobby. In the room there is no wifi reception, and the cable they give you is useless. Most reception people were pleasant and helpfull.
They brag with the buffet, which is really nice, but the lady in charge of it is customers' hostile.
The bathroom is small and not well evntilated. Be sure to leave the window slightly open when leaving the room, so the air will be fresh when you return.
There is no air condition.
My room was on the first floor, on the back side of the hotel, and fairly quiet with the window closed.
- Reviews: 1460
Winter's Hotel: Great value hotel near Hauptbahnhof
My girlfriend and I stayed at Winter's Hotel in Munich for 5 nights in December 2010 / January 2011.
We booked our stay through www.travelrepublic.co.uk and paid £51 per night for a double room with breakfast.
At the time of our booking, several months before our visit, the hotel was called Hotel Ludwig. We never received any correspondence to inform us of a name change, but when we arrived at the stated address we found it to be called Winter's Hotel.
Winter's Hotel is conveniently located right besides the Hauptbahnhof public transport hub where you can find train, S-Bahn and U-Bahn stations.
One of the entrances to the S-Bahn station is literally a few metres from the hotel's front door. From here, it is just two stops (a few minutes) from Marienplatz in the heart of the city centre.
Alternatively, you can walk to Marienplatz in around 15-20 minutes via the busy shopping streets of Neuhauser Strasse and Kaufingerstrasse. Although, with my girlfriend in tow, the chance of making that journey in 15-20 minutes was never very likely with all those shops en-route!
There are plenty of restaurants, brauhauses, supermarkets and shops within a few minutes walk of the hotel.
Our room was clean, warm and comfortable.
The furnishings were a little dated and typical of those that you would find in a budget chain hotel (pine cupboards, shelves and headboard, cushioned dining chairs and basic, functional tables and desks). There was a small TV set (again, dated – it wasn't a flat screen – but it didn't matter at all to us) on top of a cupboard that housed a mini fridge.
The beds (two singles pushed together) were comfortable with thin, but warm, duvets.
The bathroom was a reasonable size with a bath tub, shower, heated towel rail, fresh towels and complimentary toiletries.
Overall the room was perfectly adequate for our needs. It wasn't luxurious and had no remarkable or unique features, but it was good value for money considering its favourable location.
Winter's Hotel offers an impressive breakfast buffet that is included in the room rate.
You will find a variety of cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurt, a vast array of breads, cheeses, cold cuts of meat, eggs, sausages and pastries, as well as coffee, tea and fruit juices.
I always seem to be impressed with the breakfast spread provided by German hotels and the one at Winter's Hotel lived up to those high standards!
We were unable to pick up a wi-fi signal in our room, but there was a terminal in reception that could be used free of charge. I was also able to sit at one of the tables in reception and log on with my netbook. There was nowhere in reception to plug the netbook in, but I was never online long enough to trouble my netbook's battery life!
Winter's Hotel has an excellent central location, basic but comfortable rooms and provides a hearty buffet breakfast. I'd certainly recommend this hotel, especially at the price that we paid – it was very good value for money!
- Reviews: 47
Hotel Neuwirt Zorneding: Nice calm hotel near S-Bahn S4 (south east)
This is a nice calm hotel in Zorneding village center, still in Munich XXL S-Bahn range, 15 min walk from S-Bahn station Zorneding (south east of Munich, between Haar and Ebersberg on S4, S-Bahn running ever 20 minutes - and more dense in rush hours). We had a freshly renovated double room, free WiFi, very good breakfast buffet and very good kitchen with reasonable prices. The rooms had wooden furniture and wooden ceiling in land house style - very nice contrast to the bustling city, the room was very big. The poeple operating the hotel are very nice. Also included a very nice and large wellness area with a modern Sauna, all perfectly clean. If you come by car, there is a large and safe parking lot behind the hotel.
Free WiFi, 15 min walk from S-Bahn Zorneding, very calm in the night, very good breakfast, large rooms, Sauna.
- Reviews: 445
jaeger's hostel munchen: hostel close to transportation
i stayed at the jaeger's hostel with my bf a couple years ago. it's right next to transportation (one block or so) but it's HUGE. not intimate. but i'm sure you could get a private room. it has a large socializing area down in the lobby and you can byob and drink and watch tv. (it's kinda weird, soft core porn just sneaks onto the tv somehow. haha)
and here are the rates i found on their website
- Reviews: 182
Intercity-Hotel Munich, Mayer: Best location im Munich at main train station.
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.
- Reviews: 1
Arabella Sheraton Grand Hotel Munich: Great! If you can afford it
I found this hotel easily from getting off the U4 to the last stop at Arabella. There is a strip mall like area around the hotel like grocery store, salons etc. I was staying with a friend who was ugraded to the Club Room level which was fantastic! We had an amazing view of the city! Also, there is a Club Room which offers drinks and snacks all day. Best of all was a breakfast buffet which offers you everything to your heart's content - eggs, bacon, breads, fresh squeezed juice, great coffee/tea, pastries, assorted meats, fruits etc.
I was sad to leave! The rooms were modern, sleek and very clean. Excellent!
The pool was nice although shaped in a way that laps were not really possible. But the VIEW was stunning!!!! The facilities were impressive. There were two saunas that were large and smelled lovely of mint
- Reviews: 2523
Art Hotel: Close to the railwaystation
We stayed here for three nights in April. Tom just finished a trade fair in the Messe and we decided to enjoy a weekend in Munich. Tom came by taxi from the trade fair, but Gonnie flew in from Amsterdam and took a train to the centre of Munich.
The hotel is about a five minute walk from the main train station (Hauptbahnhof).
We arrived at 9 pm but that was no problem, the reception is open 24 hours a day.
In the lobby we could drink a beer and have something small to eat at that time too. Which was nice after a day of work and a few hours of travel.
The room was not too small and the bathroom was also reasonable. The breakfast was good.
There is no real restaurant in the hotel, but their pizza and salads are very good with a local beer.
They have a art exhibition in the lobby of the hotel. A new artist every few months.
Close to the railway and subway stations. Within 15 minutes walk of the city centre.
Absolutely a will stay again.
- Reviews: 2495
Fresh Inn: Fresh Inn
Friendly hotel in the suburb of Unterhaching, just a 10 minute ride on the train into the centre and in zone 1 for public transport so in a good location.
Large and comfortable room, including a small kitchenette.
Breakfast included in the price.
- Reviews: 2495
Holiday Inn Express, Munich Airport: Handy for the airport
Dec 2008 and a new addition to the Holiday Inn fleet!
A late evening arrival at Franz Josef Strauss airport for us and reasonable rates at this HI express.
A shuttle service to the hotel calls at both terminals and costs 8Euro per room- this adds to the room rate a little.
Anyway, a typical HI express right under the flight path but rooms are nicely soundproofed and very comfortable. Buffet breakfast included in the price.
In hindsight probably a better bet if you have an early flight out, if we arrive late again we'll most likely head directly into town.
- Reviews: 4
Waxenstein Hotel and Resort: Great hotel in Grainau.
Stayed here for three night's, (off season) wonderful place. The staff was very professional and polite.The room was perfect. The resturant and included breakfast was very good. nice pool and spa. I can't imagine how incredible it would be here during the ski season. Our balcony was right under the Zugspitze (higest mountain in Germany). Totally recommend, perfect for families and skiing.
As I mentioned above, this resort is directly at the foot of the highest mountain in Germany, (Zugspitze), which has a train ride then a lift to the top of it, where there is a resturant and ski trail's. I have been many places around the world, and the view from this mountain is by far the most beautiful site I have ever seen. If you are ever in Grainau, you must experience this. and for 45 american dollars for a round trip ticket, it' a steal.
- Reviews: 129
Hotel Cosima: Small hotel in Vaterstetten
My wife and I stayed here for Oktoberfest in 2008. We booked a double room, and were disappointed to see that (as is somewhat common in Europe), our "double bed" was actually two tiny beds. Only, we couldn't even push the beds together, as they were fixed to the wall. The room was tiny, but comfortable enough I guess. We had problems with the bathoom, as for some reason, we had no cold water in the mornings, which made showering not too fun. The breakfast was slightly above average for German standards.
One nice thing about this hotel is its proximity to the S-Bahn station. It's in a nice, quiet neighbourhood, but downtown Munich is easily accesible by the S-Bahn, which is only a few blocks from the hotel.
- Reviews: 1137
The Tent: The Tent - great accomodation for a low price
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
- Reviews: 18
A&O, Wombats, Kolping, 4 you hostel, euro youth h.: hostels comparison
Since I am a swim coach I had an opportunity to accompany my sport group in all stated hostels in Muenchen through last 6-7 years. Comparing them I have to say: Wombats beat them all by far! No wonder it is such a trouble to get a room there. Staff, location, spacious rooms, buffet breakfast, rates - everything favours Wombats. Even a bar with really popular prices. The second on my rang list is A&O city hostel. It is just a little far from the center, otherwise I recommend a stay there. "Augustiner beer keller" on the same street some 5 minutes walk away:)Euro youth and 4 You hostel - they both have excellent location, solid but small rooms, OK breakfast, staff - but something is missing. No "Good vibrations" there. And finally: Kolping: Walking distance to the Olympic park, solid buffet breakfast but the rooms...well, I will say nothing more.
- Reviews: 770
Munich-city youth hostel: Most expensive hostel we´ve been!
We had problems finding out a place to sleep in Mûnich.So we called to youth hostel(they said,that we can come,even if we are"too old".We asked about the price,and it was told to be around 50e per night(with own bathroom)When we arrived,there came a lot of extra-cots,and price was 77e!!!So it was about 20e more,than told on the phone.
Place was full of teenagers in school-trip,noise was terrible,and bed was so terrible,that I hardly slept any that night.I would never ever go agin to this place.If you are a teenager,then maybe..But be sure to ask the price before,and ask if there is any extras(we had to buy a memebr-ship-card,pay for sheets,for showe-witch I understand,but we both needed to pay for that fact,that ther´s a shower in our room-it was per person,not per room.)
Place was clean and nothing was broken,but the price was higher than we had paid in many towns for three star hotels,so that´s why we were not very happy..
I even forgot to take a picture of room,because I was angry of the wrong price,and being far from center.It was simple room,with bunk bed.
Parking was free
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