If you want someplace economical and somewhere to wash and crash for the night after a day of sightseeing, this is a good choice. There is soap for you to wash, otherwise, no other amenities (I bring mine anyway, so not a big deal). It was a decent size room and clean. The bed was comfortable, but the pillow was terrible. Even doubled over, it becomes completely flat when you lay down on it. I didn't see an air conditioner either. This wasn't an issue for me as I was there in September and it was cool, but it might be something to consider if you plan to stay there during the summer. The noise from the street carries, so, if the windows are open it might be loud. There is no safe in the room, so you may want to be cautious with valuables, although I had no issues.
I didn't have breakfast at the hotel as there are a number of bakeries, one just down the block, and before and within the train station, where you can get a sandwich and a cup of coffee for under 5 euros. I did have dinner at the hotel restaurant on two occasions. I had the same waitress both nights and she was great. Very good service. The food is a bit hit or miss. The first night was fantastic (Jägerschnitzel), the second wasn't great (a mixed seafood grill), but the portions are generous and the prices are fair (~15 euros for appetizer, main, and a beer). There was a mix of both hotel guests and locals.
The hotel is outside the city center, but a train station is a short walk away and it will take about 15 minutes to most sights. The transit system in Munich is compact, efficient, and user-friendly. One bit of advice, do NOT take the Therese Allee exit from the station, even though the hotel is on that street. You'll go a roundabout way that will add several minutes to your walk. Take the Otto-Hahn Ring exit instead (there is a bus stop immediately outside the station) and go across the pedestrian plaza to Therese-Geihse Allee.
I'd recommend this hotel for the cost conscious traveler, who is looking for a comfortable, basic room and isn't concerned about having to take the metro or with having a lot of extras and services.
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- A restful night in the peaceful surroundings of the 3-star Golden Leaf Perlach Allee Hof, a cosy atmosphere and a sumptuous breakfast buffet which leaves nothing to be desired - a relaxing start to your day in Munich. ... more less
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