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Leonardo Boutique Hotel
Ranked #265 of 382 Hotels in Munich
Seattle, WA
1 review
“So hip and trendy!”
Reviewed October 13, 2010

My husband and I stayed here during Oktoberfest in Sept 2010. Upon arrival I was pleasantly surprised. When you walk in, immedietly you are drawn to the funky-hip art work on the wall and the disco ball that spins in the back corner by the small bar/seating area. It is as the name says, "a boutique" hotel. That means it is going to be a bit smaller, a bit pricier, but super hip and trendy.

The elevator was something we were not used to as it was very small. It fits about 2 people and 1-2 suitcases if you are lucky. We are small people and it was tight for us. The elevator was quite slow as well so we ended up taking the stairs the rest of the 4 days we were there. Even on the 5th floor it was no problem at all.

The room when we checked in was super cute and trendy. First thing I noticed was the red decorative lights that were on the night stands and on the entrance wall. They cast a fun red hue which just added to the trendiness of the room.

Our room was on the top floor, had a flat screen tv, a small coffee maker, a very comfortable bed (down comforter), a standing closet, and a bathroom. The bathroom was funky because it was ultra modern, complete with a bathroom door that was made of frosted stripped glass that you could see in and out of. Not much for privacy, but we did not mind.

Although we slept in a bit we were never woken up to housekeeping, which was great considering we were on our honeymoon.
Every day we would check in with the front desk to ask them for advice on food places, Oktoberfest info, train info etc., and they were always so willing to help.

The area where the hotel is at is great! It is just about 10 min away via the train from Marienplatz so you are a little bit away from the craziness of the square but not too far out to not enjoy being close to everything. There are TONS of restaurants and cafes, hair salons, wine shops etc. Cute little area - we liked it.

The only downside was the cost of the hotel. It was a little pricey due to it being Oktoberfest. If you are there for Oktoberfest be prepared to pay the high prices, but don't let it hinder your trip. The Leonardo Savoy is a great hotel and worth a few extra dollars to stay in funky style and enjoy Oktoberfest.

  • Stayed September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 10, 2010

When enterring this hotel, staff was very kind. Check in went very smooth. Nobody asked me if they could help me with my luggage.
My room was clean but had an awful smell. I seemed like this room never had fresh air.
The room was not soundproof. I could hear every door opening and closing at night or in the morning. But the most terrible thing was the shower-curtain. The white/beige shower-curtain had black spots on the bottom of the curtain. The curtain was full of mould. Terrible.

  • Stayed October 2010, traveled on business
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Miami, Florida
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Reviewed September 30, 2010

My husband and I recently spent 3 nights at the Boutique Hotel for Oktoberfest and we were very pleased. The hotel was clean and the rooms were spacious. The bathroom is small but by no means tiny; my husband is a tall, broad man and didn't seem to mind the space or the shower. We did not try the breakfast, but did consider it one day and it looked and smelled delicious. Everything in our room was in working order (A/C) and the staff was very helpful and friendly, from lending us a converter to making recommendations on nearby eats! We even enjoyed coffee, chocolates and beer in the lobby on different occasions. It's a bit of a walk to the nearest metro station, train station or city center so we used taxi service and found the taxi stop right next to the hotel to be very useful. I would recommend staying in this hotel if you are looking for sleek, clean, modern accommodations!

  • Stayed September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Leesburg, Virginia
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Reviewed July 26, 2010

It seems this hotel has a different story every day regarding the air conditioning. We heard the front staff tell someone that it was broken, but we were told that they HAVE to turn it off at night because of complaints from neighbors. We were there during a very hot week in July and it was very hot and uncomfortable at night. They turned the air on at different times in the morning. I think they are just cheap and turn off the air. They never had it on in the breakfast room, so it was very hot when we were trying to eat breakfast.
Also room is very tiny with no place to hang clothes or for toiletries. Also the door to the bathroom is frosted glass and does not provide privacy.

  • Stayed July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Viborg, Denmark
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Reviewed June 30, 2010

Stayed here as it was very convenient for a meeting I had the next day.
The check-in is completed with typical Teutonic efficiency.
Bed is comfortable. Desk is far too small.
Toilet is small. There is no towel rack or space to put your toiletries bag.
Breakfast is decent, as is usual in Germany.
All in all an OK hotel, though a little bit too expensive for what you get.

  • Stayed June 2010, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 13, 2010

My mother and I stayed at the Leonardo Boutique Hotel for three nights in mid June 2010. When we arrived, we discovered that the air conditioning was not working anywhere in the hotel despite being advertised as existing. Everything was amazingly hot. We were told that a piece was missing and that it had been missing for quite some time. We slept badly as it was very hot and, while keeping the window open, there was a lot of noise as there are a lot of bars in the street.
The high point was however the staff. They were really very nice in explaining and apologising but it was clearly not their fault. They were really great. We were finally offered a discount because of the inconveniences created.
The room was nice but the bathroom was amazingly small and toiletries were at the minimum. We asked for a shower foam as there was none and we were only offered with shampoo as they had run out of shower foam.
Breakfast was however very good, with good selection of everything and very nice and smiley staff.

  • Stayed June 2010, traveled with family
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Berlin
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Reviewed June 3, 2010

We stayed two nights in the Hotel Savoy and really enjoyed it. The hotel has a very good location close to the U-Bahn but we found it close enough to walk into the centre. The room was clean and the whole hotel gave a clean impression. The breakfast was good with good selection. The staff was friendly and very helpful. We found that the hotel was very good value for money and would stay there again.

  • Stayed May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Property: Leonardo Boutique Hotel
Address: Amalienstr. 25, 80333 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Location: Germany > Bavaria > Upper Bavaria > Munich
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Restaurant
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Ranked #265 of 382 Hotels in Munich
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Leonardo Boutique Hotel 3.5*
Number of rooms: 74
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
A house full of history, revived by a sophisticated, modern design concept welcomes its guests in Munich's trendy district of Schwabing on Amalienstraße surrounded by many exceptional boutiques. Stylishly designed rooms with strong colors characterize the charming Leonardo Boutique Savoy Hotel Munich and give the historic building an exceptional atmosphere. ... more   less 
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