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Traveled with a group and I would never recommend this hotel. There is no ac which wouldn't be a problem if when you opened the windows there was the strong smell of shisha/hooks from the bar downstairs. In addition e Rey room is easily accessible...More
Probably bad luck. We stayed in the hotel for one night during a fair in Munich. 165€: during the fair, still a good price! But anyway the rooms and the bathroom were quite bad. Cleaned but old and "used". Normaly I would not pay more...More
Situated in a good place for restaurants and bars in town, I stayed here for 4 days and it was clean, well maintained, breakfast was very good. The staff were great and the hotel bar was very friendly and had sports on.
The tv in...More
A classic Hotel, with some antiquates room but they are very functional. Don't expect some charming place but this is consistent and that's all that matters. Clean and large room, nice staff and cheap price. The breakfast very tasteful
Good value hotel. Good public transportation links into the city of Munich. Rooms are basic but comfortable. Reception staff polite and helpful. There is an Asian restaurant attached to the hotel and also a small bar. There is also a 24 Hr Petrol Station nearby....More
There is a very good public transport link from this hotel. There is a bus stop (Ottostrasse) just outside the hotel which will take you to the Underground Station at Neuperlach Süd. From there take the U5 direct to the... More
There is a very good public transport link from this hotel. There is a bus stop (Ottostrasse) just outside the hotel which will take you to the Underground Station at Neuperlach Süd. From there take the U5 direct to the Okoberfest (Theriesenwiese). Total journey time is about 40 mins. .
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"I was 2nd floor right above the lobby facing the street, which I liked. reminded me of my grannys house..."