We stayed for three nights in room 22. The room is considered "comfort class" and was good sized a large window facing the street and a doorway that opened onto a small Juliet balcony. It was furnished with a large comfortable double bed, a table with two chairs, a desk and chair, a small frig/honor bar, and TV. There was also an anteroom/dressing room that contained on over-sized wardrobe, a large wooden shelf for luggage, several handy wall hooks, and access to the bathroom. The bathroom, while not spacious, was not small but had limited counter space. The bathroom amenities were a liquid hand soap and a liquid shower gel in wall mounted dispensers. The shower was a decent size with good water pressure and plenty of hot water. The rooms are not air-conditioned, so can be a little uncomfortable until the heat dissipates after sunset. Aside from the heat the rooms were very comfortable. Even though our room faced the street we were not disturbed by any noises, as the street does not carry much foot or vehicle traffic.
We walked from the train station with our luggage for three weeks (2 backpacks and 2 roll-aboards) and easily located the hotels which is about 4-6 blocks away depending on what exit you use at the train station. We discovered after our first trip to the station, there is an access on the southwest side of the station that provides a straight shot up Paul-Heyse Str.
We had the breakfast each morning and found it more than adequate for us. Usually we came down early and found only one or two other guests in the small dining room. One morning we didn't come down until 8:30 and it was quite congested. You serve yourself breakfast from their buffet, but an employee prepares the hot beverages and serves them to you. Although this is a nice touch it really seems to bog down the breakfast service as it takes away the opportunity for her to clear tables for other guests and restock the buffet.
The individuals working the desk speak excellent English and or more that willing to assist you with all of you needs. We consistently received good recommendations for lunch, dinner and activities.
if I were to return to Munich, I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it as a solid lodging choice in it's price range.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A historical landmark, located in a neo-renaissance building, dating back to the 19th century, in a quiet residential area, near Theresienwiese (Oktoberfest). Free parking in the back yard. Allergy rooms, family rooms and connecting rooms. Two rooms with water beds. Offers and weekend packages. Brekfast included. Family business. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Uhland Hotel Munich