Leto -- I have now stayed here three times. Twice with my younger (51) brother and tonight, by myself. Would I bring my wife?? Most likely. Depends if we were staying for one night or a week (see below).
The Leto seems to be one of a new generation of bare-bones basic, but trying to be interesting, hotels. CitizenM in Amsterdam (at Schiphol) was the first of this genre I have stayed at and much more extreme.
I would call this an “in & out” place. Not a “we’ll stay for the week” sort of place. The distinction is new to me but seems to make sense. If I were staying for more than 2 nights at a time then I would want a place where I could hang out in a bit more. Likewise, I would want a bigger place as two people hanging out in a Leto room is about 1.5 people too many. So, would I bring my wife?? Yes, sure as heck I would. But only for a one or two night stay. For anything longer I would have to find a place where two people stay without constantly tripping over each other.
Leto offers friendly and intelligent staff. Small but clean rooms. A great policy on storing luggage!!! (Will say more about this below.) And rather than offering up a Frühstuck of dried cereal, bland coffee, uninteresting cheezes and meats, and chewy rolls, they send you next store to a first rate Bäckerei.
Tonight I am staying in a single. I haven’t taken out the ruler, but it seems to be exactly the same size (though 1/2 the price) of the double that mein Bruder und ich stayed at three weeks ago. We had two single beds, this one has one queen. I would imagine that if I had been traveling with my wife and had asked for one room with a queen that we would have been given this room but charged twice as much. Well, that is commerce!!
The location here is great. Even on day 1 arriving in München dazed and confused from the overnight flight, I easily found it. With about 1 day of experience with the München U-Bahn, S-Bahn, bus, trolley, etc system you will realize that this is really a great location.
What more can I say. Friendly staff. A location made central by taking advantage of the great public transportation in this town, clean, and cheap. Shut the windows and you won’t hear the S-Bahn (on one side) or the street and trolley’s (on the other side). Really?? Yes, really!!
BTW: On your way back from the center city, stop off at Liam some day and go to the Hirschgarten. I have been told by two natives that they consider this the better park and biergarten than the Englischen Garten. This is also one S-Bahn stop away from Moosch and the Leto. You will have to walk about 3 or 4 blocks from the S-Bahn but, heck, the Germans do it. You can too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- LetoMotel Munich - comfortable stay for small money. Perfectly connected to U-Bahn and S-Bahn, only 12 minutes from city-centre. 93 smoker- and non-smoker rooms. Free broadband internet available in all rooms and internet terminals in lobby. 24/7 checkin/out. ... more less
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- Letomotel Muenchen Moosach Hotel Munich