What a fantastic place to stay while in Munich. The hotel is a mere steps from everything in more or less a quiet, neighborhood setting.
We stayed 4 nights at the beginning of the month. We were on the top floor (5th) in a nice suite/apartment like room with a large living/dining/bedroom area, great bathroom and a small kitchen. The only complaint about the room was the heat from the sun on the roof and through the skylights overwhelmed the a/c and it was a challenge keeping it comfortable during the day. Add to that the fact that opening any window shuts down the a/c as does removing your key card from the "electric slot" next to the front door (which the maid did every day) and this could be a very uncomfortable room in July/August.
Here's a tip: Breakfast is 18 Euros each and definitely not worth it. (The food is not bad, it's just not worth 18 Euros.) There is a coffee maker in the kitchen and a refrigerator. Go a couple of blocks to the grocery store and buy some fruit. Each morning, send someone a block away to the bakery and pick up some pastries and enjoy breakfast in your room.
- Also Known As:
- Maximilian Munich Hotel Munich
- Maximilian Munich Hotel
- Maximilian Hotel Munich
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is located in a quiet district of Munich, 5 min walking distance away from Bayerische Staatsoper, Maximilianstrasse. Our accommodation consists of spacious and comfortably equipped suites and studio flats whether for a short stay or as a second residence for many weeks. Guests can choose from a total of 54 flats, 42 of them in the main building and 13 in the two summer houses in the courtyard. ... more less
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