This is a very nice hotel. It is out of the hustle and bustle of the historical old town but close enough to walk in or pay €9 for a taxi. The staff are excellent. Professional and efficient and yet have the friendliness you would associate more with a small family business. The rooms are modern and well serviced. A free small minibar. Breakfast is expensive (especially if you don't want too much) so we went to the excellent Kafer restaurant across the road. You can eat dinner in the bar, garden or restaurant - all had great individual ambience. Recommend that you pay a little more for the delux room which gives you a little more space. Close to the English Garden which is so beautiful and an experience in itself. The hotel has free bikes to take there or around the city. Happy to recommend.
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- Munchen Palace is a hotel in Munich's Bogenhausen quarter. Located on the banks of the Isar River, not far from the beautiful Englischer Garten, the hotel stands between the Friedensengel Monument and the Prinzregententheater. The city centre's shops and sights are just a 15-minute walk away. There are underground and bus stops nearby and the hotel has a private garage.The hotel roof terrace and garden are city-central spots of seclusion. Guests can soak up the sun whilst enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner in the garden. ... more less
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