Although the Atlas apartments offers amenities catering to extended stays, I wouldn’t want to spend more than a night there. The reception was friendly and had good information about getting to the airport, but it was a little strange that they require full payment upfront when checking in. Their luggage storage is completely nonsecure, it's in an open room where staff/friends of staff hang out and watch tv. The neighborhood is primarily Arab and the hotel seems to cater primarily to this clientelle. The hotel is a 10 minute walk from the train station so you have to walk through the red light district and a sketchy part of town to get there. While the rooms were clean, they showed a lot of wear and tear. For instance, the shower fixtures were nearly falling out of the wall and the kitchen cabinets were badly stained as if entire families were living there for long periods of time. There was no soap or sponge provided for washing any dishes. For two people, we really didn’t need 4 beds and a kitchen. The hotel offers a lot of space for the money. But I think I would have paid more for something much smaller in a more tourist-friendly neighborhood if I could go back and do it over. Although we didn’t spend much time in the room, the hotel didn’t add anything positive to our experience while vacationing in Munich. I chose it for it’s low price and proximity to the central train station, but the public transportation is so good in Munich that any other neighborhood would have been just as convenient.
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