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Motel One Muenchen-Sendl. Tor
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Reviewed May 18, 2012

Great location,well decorated and affordable.Excellent shower and breakfast too.There's a nice lounge bar which gets crowded until late as well.

Room Tip: Ask for a room at 8th floor.You 'll enjoy a beautiful Munich's view.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank masoliveira
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Reviewed May 17, 2012

On my trip around Europe, the Motel One was a great choice for a stop. The hotel was really nice, and close to everything. I loved the rooms. Nice beds, super nice washroom with a rain shower, all in all just a nice experience. The staff was really helpful. It was a really quiet stay. Our room faced a courtyard, I would've liked to face the street so we could see the churches, but that was alright. Overall it was a great experience. However, it wasn't all great. The wifi is not free. It should be. Even crappy hotel give free wifi. It is 5€ per device for 24 hours. Disappointing. I needed it to set up next day plans etc.
We didn't try the breakfast, because we could get cheaper, better breakfast at a cafe close.

Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
Thank Ryan M
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Reviewed May 16, 2012

Motel One is a very modern and stylish hotel and is excellent value for money. The room was very clean and the bed comfortable. The hotel is in a great spot and is only a short walk to the main bars and restaurants nearby. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel bar is very nice and well priced. Fantastic hotel, highly recommended.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 15, 2012

Loved the Bar and the Reception together. Good Value Breakfast, complementary wifi, accssibility to mass rapid transport and a quick getaway from Munich to Salzburg the next morning.

Great concept and would love to have Motel One manage our Hotel at Bangalore of a similar star rating.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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Thank paddy_m1
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Reviewed May 10, 2012

Stayed 7 nights here (Cut short from 8 nights) when visiting Munich recently. I can say that they were very accommodating when we requested that our last night be cancelled - they refunded the night in full to us, no questions asked. Why did we decide to cut our stay short? Well, for a few nights the cramped room, small, poorly-ventilated bathroom, and lack of basics (hand soap in the bathroom, telephone to call anywhere) and many other tiny problems really added up.

The bad: obviously the rooms are small, as most reviews mention. That's fine if you're out and about exploring Munich every day like we were, and didn't bring a suitcase or two. I like coming back to a comfortable room where I can relax, but unfortunately Motel One doesn't specialize in "comfortable," they specialize in "basic". No extras: no hand soap in the bathroom (I fail to understand how it's more economical for them to leave 2 small "body and hair gels" every day and not provide a small bar of soap that would last even our long stay), no telephone to make local calls or call down to the front desk for anything, no pen or writing paper (though there IS a desk). These seem like inexpensive and very basic items that are lacking at Motel One.

Our friends in another room reported that you have to stick your room key into a slot next to the door to turn on the room's electricity: having stayed at 2 other hotels while we were in Munich, this seems like a common thing meant to save electricity. But ours was clearly broken. We found that everything worked even without doing this, but there were strange electrical problems as well: if the keycard was inserted, after turning out all the lights for the night, around 4 or 5 AM every light in the room would come on as well as the television. We finally figured out that we DIDN'T have to use our keycard to power the room, so we just skipped that and had no more issues.

Well, OK, I lie: as I have somewhat long hair and don't like walking around looking like a wet rat all day, I made use of the hair drier in the bathroom. However, if you stretched the cord AT ALL (it's almost impossible not to), the device would start smoking and sparking. It worked OK for a few days but rapidly went downhill, first smoking and then sparking (this is when I decided that we'd check out early and spend our last night somewhere nicer). Thankfully the woman at the front desk seemed genuinely alarmed by this, so it should get fixed.

Smoke: Having stayed in a room facing the interior courtyard and having stayed with friends whose room was facing the outside street, it seems that you just can't escape the incessant smell of cigarette smoke. I wish it weren't allowed in the courtyard, but it obviously is. Almost every time we wanted to open our window to get some fresh air, instead we got cigarette smoke, even though we were on the topmost floor! Give how poorly the ventilation system in our room worked, this was very disappointing. Supposedly the room has air conditioning, but either a) that's not true, b) it's broken, or c) it just doesn't work very well. Unless you take an ultra-short shower, water will be dripping off every jar, bottle, and tube in the bathroom.

The "queen-size bed" is actually 2 double mattresses pushed together with the traditional German "2 duvets" on top. It takes up most of the room, leaving JUST enough room to walk around the bed, unless you happen to have brought suitcases. Clearly this hotel is meant more for the "weekend" crowd or those who are only staying 2-3 days and not a week+.

WIFI: it's not free unless you're in the lobby, and you definitely will not be able to use it in your room. IF you buy breakfast, you get it in your room for the day. Or you can buy it for the day by itself for 5 Euro. But for that price, why not just have a nice breakfast for another 3 Euro?

The good: they really do have a wonderful breakfast for the price - soft-boiled eggs, delicious breads, cereal, jams, sliced meat and cheese, yogurt, teas and coffee machines that will make you a cappucino or latte macchiato. Also, they're a block away from the Sendlinger Tor U-bahn stop, which is very useful. There are lots of shops and a few restaurants in the area, and the price is right. Though if you really wanted to get a screaming deal and you aren't picky about where you're staying, you could just use Priceline and pay even less.

Room Tip: pay a little bit extra for one of the rooms with a balcony on the 8th floor.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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