We arrived in Munich five days before Octoberfest 2012 and got out of town with two days to go! Our hotel was a smaller one about 5-6 blocks from the Munchen Hauptbanhof and very convenient to two metro stations--one a straight shot into the inner city. The hotel is a smaller one with about 30 rooms on three floors. Hotel Uhland has been family-owned and run for many years and those working behind the desk were very helpful, with maps and other informational brochures.
Our room actually felt like two, with a separate area with comfortable seating, tv, and built-in desk. There was good closet space, a very comfortable bed, and large, modern bathroom with the best shower we've had in many a trip! The only "down side," was the occasional emergency vehicle siren since the hotel is in a very nice area with small hospitals and clinics. But with the windows closed, almost unheard.
The breakfast room was large and comfortable with a separate room housing the food which included just about anything you would want for a big European breakfast, included in the price.
- Also Known As:
- Uhland Hotel Munich
- 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