There are plenty of hotels who will relieve you of over 100 euros for a night on a hard bed in full earshot of the traffic with air-conditioning that you can't control and a window you can't open. Then there are hotels such as the Mariahilf. Set in a quiet side-street close to the Deutsche Museum, this family-run house has but 25 rooms, which vary in size and quality. It is furnished in a strange mixture of the old and the new, but the bed was comfortable, a mini-bar offered a bottle of cheer at a reasonable price, and within walking distance there is an
excellent Bavarian restaurant, a mediocre Italian, and an expensive Greek one. The breakfast being offered combines freshly boiled eggs, or scrambled or fried if you wish, cold meats, cheeses, very fresh rolls, bread, fruit, yoghurts, and plenty of coffee or a whole range of teas. This is a modest house, and the prices reflect the fact. We paid £48 per room B&B, which is a totally acceptable rate. We were attending a trade fair at the Messe, and from this hotel it is a walk past the church, two stops on the tram, and the U2 all the way to the show. 30 mins max. The city centre is a minute ride on the 52 bus which takes you to Marienplatz.
There are glossier, glitzier hotels, but if all you want is a bed for the night, a good breakfast, and charming service, then you could do no worse than stay here. What's your budget?
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