We stayed at the Motel One - Munich-Garching for one night (two single rooms). It's located in an industrial area with little to offer the traveler in the way of services (there was a biergarten down the block but we didn't try it). However, there is an U-bahn station immediately next to the hotel that will take you directly to the city center.
The hotel staff were pleasant and helpful.
We got rooms (two singles) for an OK €109/night. Breakfast was €7.50, and there was a special offer that threw in the wi-fi for free. The breakfast was good although a little limited in selection. Parking in the underground garage was a cheap €5.
The hotel was very stylish and appeared clean and well maintained. Rooms were quite small. The bed seemed particularly hard but I slept well on it. The wi-fi signal was very good (fast enough to stream video) and the flat-screen TV had lots of TV channels, several in English.
However, there were many flaws in the how the room was designed which seriously impacted its functionality. The biggest problem was the lack of adequate workspace. If you need to work in the room, look elsewhere. The room had one tiny table without a lamp or nearby electric outlets, and only a small backless stool to sit on (the only outlets in the room were located on either side of the bed at floor level, plus one in the bathroom. Fortunately I travel with an extension cord!). Lighting in the room is poor, with no light near the desk. There is a large round ottoman with a small backrest that presumably is for seating, but it's uncomfortable to sit on. There are no nightstands by the bed. The bathroom is very small, and I wasn't able to shower without drenching the bathroom floor. For storage there were a few small shelves and a very narrow space to hang clothes. It's hard to imagine how they could come up with such a poorly-executed room design.
On our trip, we stayed in another Motel One in Salzburg, Austria, with nearly identical rooms (actually a bit larger since they were connecting), and all my comments about the room applied there too.
I've stayed at Ibis hotels several times, which seem to be in the same market niche as Motel One. In fact, there was an Ibis hotel right next door (as well as an Ibis Budget hotel). All else being equal, I would choose Ibis over Motel One. Ibis is less stylish, but the rooms are vastly more functional, having few of the flaws I've discussed above. However, in this case, Ibis' room rates were much higher.
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