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In den Kirschen 30 80992 München, 80992 Munich, Bavaria Germany
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Important notice: We only accept cash on arrival!!! THE TENT is kind of a enormous dormitory, festival, fire-place, campsite and feel-just-good-place at once. It is located in a green and calm park area, just 13 minutes away from the city centre. We offer cafeteria and Beergarden, chill-out-zone and information area, campfire and free city tours, (and more... ) THE TENT is called THE TENT, because that's exactly what it is (every summer, since 1972)! Take a look at the pictures to get a picture of THE TENT.
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Property amenities
Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
24-hour front desk
Street parking
Snack bar
Vending machine
Table tennis
Board games / puzzles
Shared bathroom
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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    English, French, Spanish, German
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My friend and I ended up at THE TENT since we needed a campsite in Munich. We loved the camping site: there were hammocks, a BBQ, a campfire (later at night),... There was a great admosphere. The food they served of the BBQ and was very delicious. The breakfast buffet as well. Both meals were cheap. There were also enough vegetarian options. The staff was very friendly and the shower area was clean. We slept at our own tent.
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This place is awful I’m surprised we survived 3 nights before giving up and going to a hotel down the road. Cramped old bunk beds creak every time you move and if your unlucky enough to be in the bottom bunk you are almost on the floor, you are so squeezed in you turn over you are greeted with some old guy (not ancient but definitely over 30 I’d say he was in his 50’s it’s meant to be 18-30,s) in his boxers readjusting himself right in front of your face, sheets are not changed and you are given 3 old unwashed blankets no pillow to sleep with booking.com does not state you need to bring bedding, you are so close to everyone you can hear every bodily function. Lights don’t turn off till late they must be on a timer and just as they do and you try to sleep a massive fan/heater kicks in which stops and starts all night, to top it off people arrive and leave all night so you don’t get any sleep as they trample in and out on the wooden floor people are checked in up until midnight but when this happens there’s no consideration for people already asleep staff stomp in and very loudly tell them which bunk is there’s and then stomp back out. I didn’t sleep at all during my stay on my third night I had the pleasure of someone trying to make it to the bin by the lockers (you do need one no security people walk in and out as they please) but instead throwing up at the end of my bed. The staff can’t be bothered I’m not sure if this is because they are not paid, but they certainly all help them selves too beer and food from canteen without paying and sit in a large group being quite loud whilst one person serves a queue of people. Only positive thing I can say is the bathrooms were clean, but if you want a shower I’d go at night otherwise it’s an early start and a fight for a shower from 7am there’s no how water by 9am and no water at all by 10am it trickles out.
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I am in the cafeteria of The Tent while writing this. "the tent staff members" in the cafeteria: they just get annoyed for nothing or it seems you are annoying them when you order a coffee (they seem too busy talking and joking loudly between themselves). you have to order all your consumptions at the same time, they say (in order not to take too much of their precious time). Although they are in such good and talkative mood between themselves, they give not even a smile for guests. (i think the problem here is that they are "volunteers" or something similar so they don t get paid and this is why they don think they should have a customer-oriented attitude. The sleeping "experience": The Tent charges you 9.50 eur per just 2 square meters of floor and 3 sheets in an enormous refugees-tent-like of 100 people capacity. No matress, no pillow. Very bad smell in the tent. Inside is colder than outside (how can it be?). If you wanna have kind of a matress- but not a pillow- it s 14 euros in another area of The Tent a 60 people capacity junk-bed area. the s no point in making all the way to come here for living worse than a refugee -you wanna just pay 2 euros more and stay in a hostel in the city. But you may find other travellers like you and spend time together and make friends, that s true
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Wasn’t really expecting much from a giant tent, however, despite being provided blankets, the nights were freezing even in summer. When I needed good showers the most there was no pressure and in consistent temperatures. The kitchen was very poorly equipped and the first night we came to discover a hole in a pan that caused oil to leak onto the open flame which could have ended in disaster. Also a bit out of the way from munich city and almost a half an hour walk to the nearest S bahn. It was certainly an interesting experience but I will not be returning unfortunately.
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The atmosphere was amazing, the staff were very friendly. The food was amazing. I loved the spaghetti carbonara and the carrot stew. It was clean and the mattresses were soft. There should be a sixth circle on the review board for this place.
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Frequently Asked Questions about THE TENT Munich
Which popular attractions are close to THE TENT Munich?
Nearby attractions include Nymphenburg Palace (0.6 miles), Botanischer Garten Muenchen-Nymphenburg (0.3 miles), and Museum Mensch und Natur (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at THE TENT Munich?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at THE TENT Munich?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at THE TENT Munich?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to THE TENT Munich?
Conveniently located restaurants include Schlosscafe im Palmenhaus, Kymata, and Poseidon.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at THE TENT Munich?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and German.
Are there any historical sites close to THE TENT Munich?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Asamkirche (3.9 miles), Nymphenburg Palace (0.6 miles), and St. Peter's Church (4.0 miles).