Mercure Hotel Munchen Neuperlach Sud

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rudolf-Vogel-Bogen 3, (formerly Novotel), Munich, Bavaria, 81739, Germany
Mercure Hotel Munchen Neuperlach Sud
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 31% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples71
  • Solo74
  • Business60

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Dining with children in Munich

by jamesfmunro

I'll be in Munich for a week in late summer, accompanied by wife and five year old son. I know the city reasonably well, though haven't been back for a few years.

Can any of you suggest child-friendly cafes, restaurants, beer gardens etc where we can eat with our son? We will probably be around central Munich much of the time. Any suggestions much appreciated.

Re: Dining with children in Munich

by Turtleshell

Café Ringelnatz
Haimhauserstr. 8
80802 München (Schwabing, near U-Münchner Freiheit)

Also Franzz is near ideal, with the only caveat that the restaurant is nowhere near an S- or a U-Bahn stop (nearest would be Pasing):
Baeckerstr. 89
81241 Muenchen

Re: Dining with children in Munich

by zuriga

We ate last June with my grandchildren (10 and 8) at the Rathskeller, right at the Rathaus downtown. The food was fairly good and I think they gave the kids things to color while waiting for the food. It's convenient, if nothing else, and we walked right in with no wait. There were quite a few casual places on the side streets near Marienplatz.

Re: Dining with children in Munich

by margsch

The large Department stores nearly all have self service Restaurants, which are great for just an everyday meal as opposed to fine dining. The Kaufhof in the centre of the pedestrian mall is particularly good, it is all self service and your plate of food is weighed at the checkout, so you only pay for the amount you have. There is a huge choice of food, taking from the buffet alone is very reasonably priced, ordering meat with your meal will cost more.

Re: Dining with children in Munich

by jamesfmunro

Thanks - good suggestions from all. I'll add all of them to my list :)

Re: Dining with children in Munich

by Kakapo2

Great for simple food and nice atmosphere in fantastic surroundings is the beer garden at the Chinese Tower in the English Garden. If your son needs a break you can let him run in the park.

If he is well behaved and you are willing to splash out some money, there is also a fabulous restaurant nearby.

http://www.chinaturm.de/

Another nice place in the English Garden is the Seehaus:

http://www.kuffler-gastronomie.de/de/muenchen/seehaus/index.php

Hirschau in the English Garden also has a beer garden:

http://www.hirschau-muenchen.de/

Dont' laugh, but Hofbräuhaus is also child-friendly. As are the Haxnbauer restaurants, Augustiner near Frauenkirche, Donisl next to Marienplatz and - one of my favourites - Spöckmeier in Rosenstraße, also next to Marienplatz.

http://www.spoeckmeier.com/

Travel Tips for Munich

Max Joseph von Pettenkofer

by mvtouring

Born on the 3 December 1818 and died on the 10 February 1901, this Bavarian chemist and hygienist, was born at Lichtenheim, near Neuburg an der Donau, now part of Weichering. He studied pharmacy and medicine at Munich, where he graduated M.D. in 1843, and after working under Liebig at Gießen was appointed chemist to the Munich mint in 1845. Two years later he was chosen extraordinary professor of chemistry in the medical faculty, in 1853 he was made a full professor, and in 1865 he became also professor of hygiene.

He is best known for his work in practical hygiene, as an apostle of good water, fresh air and proper sewage disposal. His attention was drawn to this subject by the unhealthy condition in Munich in the 19th century. Pettenkofer was also a proponent of the "ground water theory" regarding the spread of epidemic Asiatic cholera. By a self-test with cholera bacteria obtained from Robert Koch (conducted in the presence of several witnesses on October 7, 1892) he proved that the germs alone were not able to infect him.

Feldhernhalle

by acemj

One of Munich's most pleasant squares is Odeonsplatz. Two things are likely to catch your eye here right away. The first is the bright yellow color of the Theatinerkirche, the square's Italian Baroque church. Secondly, you're bound to be impressed by the equally Italian-looking loggia structure known as Feldhernhalle, which dates to the 19th century. In addition to these two obvious features of the square, you'll also notice one side of the impressive and enormous Residenz, a former royal palace as well as some great outdoor cafes to lounge awayt the day.

Siegestor in Schwabing

by Henkster

The Siegestor (Victory Gate) marks the entrance to the Schwabing quarter, full of artists and students. A popular place for outdoor celebrations, like here when FC Bayern won the Champions League in soccer.

Postal Info

by acemj

This is the sign you'll notice if you happen to stroll by a post office. The post offices I visited in both Germany and Austria were extremely clean and efficient in appearance, but, just like in the States, there is often a long line.

If you're just mailing postcards, you're better off buying stamps from the vendor who sells you the postcards. They will know the correct postage to mail to most countries and then you can avoid the line and just drop your mail in a postbox. The postcards that I mailed all arrived back to the States in about 5-7 days.

Surfing in Englisher Garten

by barryg23

One of the most bizzare things we saw in Munich was this surfer in the Englisher Garden. An artificially generated wave has been created which allows surfing on a small part of the river Isar in the Englisher Garden. I think this wave was created by an American soldier stationed in the city after WW2. No need for surfers to wait for the wave - it's always there. To see the surfers go to the southern end of the gardens, near Prinzregentstrasse. The best view is from the bridge on Prinzregentstrasse overlooking the wave. If you are interested in surfing here I think you will need to bring your own board as I didn't see any place hiring them out.

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Address: Rudolf-Vogel-Bogen 3, (formerly Novotel), Munich, Bavaria, 81739, Germany