Stayed at the Kaiser a few times and never got round to writing a review. Stayed again this week and decided to get it written. Firstly this Hotel is very close to the Hofbahnhof - so its great for getting to - in fact you can get to the door from the station without getting wet. Reception is large and airy, service is friendly and the room clean - if a tad on the small side - but I did book a standard double and I think they have bigger rooms. The bar to the right as you walk in is small but suprisingly lively and service was good well into the night (one of those stays). Overall it's a good place to stay, it preses all the buttons regarding cleanliness, service and convenience and its not expensive. Apart from breakfast at €21 - however there are loads of places to eat nearby at a fraction of the cost.
Directions: Hofbahnhof - main platform - face the trains and turn right - can't miss it.
Got stuck without a hotel one week before the Oktoberfest 2005 and this was the only place I could find with rooms - which was a little off putting- but hey, any port in a storm!. Its accross the road from the Hauptbahnhof and a 10 minute straight line stagger to the Wiesn - so location was excellent, I was pleasently suprised to find that this is actually a nice hotel, reception staff were excellent room was large and comfortable, the bar was busy and cosmopolitan - couldn't face breakast the next day, but I'm told its good!
Directions: Tope level of the Hauptbahnhof, face the tracks and turn left - it's just accross the strasse
This nice hotel is located just across the street from Hauptbahnhof. The hotel has 174 rooms, there is a bar on the ground floor and the staff is very friendly and serviceminded. The room was clean and nice. The breakfast buffet is expensive 15 Euros, we did not try it. There are so many good places for breakfast that cost a lot less.
Unique Quality: Location
Directions: Close to Hauptbahnhof
Unique Quality: It is a good solution if you don’t find anything cheaper. It is opposite the Hauptbahnhof so it is very convenient. Also, it is very close to the Theresienwiese.
I am going to Munich for a couple of days in May, 2007.
I have no idea which area of the city to stay in.
Can anyone please recommend any hotels in Munich to stay for a mother and daughter?
Thank you in advance :)
I forgot to mention, we are looking for something resonable for under or around 70 euros per night. Thanks :)
I doubt you will get that low, but you might want to try Arabellapark. The hotels there aren't as pricy as others.
I have been looking around some websites and I see that it will be hard to find something that cheap in the city.
I was thinking maybe Hotel Monaco or Jedermann.
Has anyone got any thoughts on those hotels?
Hi, I don't know if you mind staying at a hostel instead of a hotel. Hostels are much cheaper and most of them doen't have age limitations. If you want, take a look at my accomodation tips on my Munich page.
Information desk at Munich train station can find a hostel or Pension room in minutes. Stress "quite", or you will end up with High School kids.
I can highly recommend the NH Deutscher Kaiser Hotel. It is located across from the main train station and an entrance to the Underground is steps outside the front door. It is only one or two stops on the Underground (or a short walk) to the Munich Old Town. Because of this, it is also very easily accessible from the Munich Airport (UBahn from Airport to Hauptbahnhof). It is also next door to the Gray Line Bus Office to catch bus tours to places such as Schloss Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. The "can't miss" department store - Hertie - is also across the street.
I searced their website ( http://www.nh-hotels.com/portal/page?_pageid=9,424&_dad=porweb&_schema=PORTAL30 ) and found rates of 95 euro (breakfast included) during May 2007. I know this is higher than what you wanted but I thought I would share this wonderful hotel with you.
Thank you all for your replies, I will look at the hotels mentioned.
And heed the advice given.
If you are interested in renting a room in a house you can save a lot of money.
I did it this summer in Munich and it worked great for me.
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Address: Arnulfstrasse 2, Munich, Bavaria, D-80335, Germany