It is pleasing to report that the hotel is located in a quiet residential area and that although the hotel car park was full we were easily able to park in the street. Further, the free WiFi connection is good. However, we have encountered much superior amenities in a hotel ranked #83 in the same city. We have so far stayed in 9 hotels in various European countries both rural and city based. All, including the two in Poland and the one in Praha, were superior and often cheaper than Laimer Hof. The twin room we were given was on the second floor and despite us having two suitcases and two cabin bags there was no offer of assistance lugging the luggage up the stairs. This brings us to the room itself. Room 24 is half to two thirds the size of rooms we have had in all other hotels. It was difficult to place our luggage in such a way as to avoid falling over it. To describe the furniture as antique is being kind. The mattresses were too small for the metal beds. The wooden furniture was scratched and damaged. The bathroom was modern and clean yet again the smallest we have encountered. The main lighting in the room was inadequate. The manager was very attentive and apologetic informing us when we were leaving that we had unfortunately been booked into the smallest of their 4 Twin Rooms. Although we should have mentioned our dissatisfaction regarding the room size upon arrival, we felt uncomfortable to complain as then another couple would have been delegated to this 'single' room. The staff were friendly. The breakfast was of a very good standard as we have come to expect in Germany. All in all, the attentiveness and friendliness of the manager did not compensate for the small size and inadequate furnishings in our room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- As a young family of hoteliers, Alexandra and Sebastian Rösch took over the Hotelvilla in summer 2003 and in the meantime are managing it as one of the most popular hotels in Munich, according to numerous evaluations by the guests. The neo-Renaissance villa was built in 1886 and is one of the buildings with the longest tradition in the town district of Nymphenburg. The Hotel is very popular for weddings and offers two romantic tower rooms for overnight stays. The location of the hotel is one of the finest in Munich, very close to Nymphenburg Palace, and simply unique. Europe's largest beer garden, the Königlicher Hirschgarten (the Royal Stag Garden), is only five minutes away on foot. Direct public transport connections to all the sights and attractions of Munich by bus, tram and rapid-transit railway can be reached from the hotel in only a few minutes. Free bike rental for our clients! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Laimer Hof Hotel
- Laimer Hof Munich