LOCATION: Hotel is located on the east part of the city. Looks like you came to the village, not Munich - a town with over 1.3 mil. people. So if you plan to stay in hotel and - walk - to the city center, forget about this one. But the hotel is located relatively near the public transportation (S bahn).
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: From the hotel I guess the 'only' (the best?) way to get to the city center is with - S bahn (train line). You have about 7-10 minute walk from the hotel to the train station, and the train comes every 20 minutes. As far as I can remember it went in 5 - 25 - 45 minute of every hour. Ask on the hotel reception for train line map and time schedule. And even more, you can buy - train ticket - on the hotel reception. Single ticket (which is valid for the whole day) is 7.50 euros. But if you are there with your family or friends you can buy a group ticket for 13,60 (up to 5 people; so if you are just a couple, you can get better deal buying this ticket, instead two single ones). The ride to the city centre takes about 20 minutes or so.
HOTEL ITSELF: In general, the hotel is OK - and there are two buildings of this hotel. The one with the reception, and the other right across the street. Rooms are nice and clean (well, as far as eye could see). I was there with my girlfriend and we had lots of space for us and our stuff. There were two beds (very soft), a table with two chairs, TV with arround 30 channels (although I've heard that in some rooms were less), small balcony, toilet and some more space for our luggage. Minibar - was not - in the room. The place where it 'should' be was simply empty.
The 'problem' is that a hotel's website might be 'a bit' missleading. The rooms on the website look great, so a person could get impression that this is a 'five star hotel' - which it isn't. Don't get me wrong, a nice hotel and all, but not quite as advertised.
WiFi: The hotel - has - a free wifi (with a 1000 MB per day limitation), but you need to get your username and password on the reception.
IN THE END..
This is a nice hotel with clean rooms and a free wifi. Don't get fooled by the pictures on their web page, it's only a decent hotel. Breakfast was also OK, nothing to remember or stand out. Location of the hotel is 'poor' if you would like to take a late walk or something. Even though the hotel is 'on the edge' of the city, you can relatively quick and easy get to the city center. Price rates for this hotel are a bit 'high' - in my opinion. If you are in that hotel just to visit Legoland the next day - you'll be OK.
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- Also Known As:
- Raeter-Park Hotel Germany/Kirchheim Bei Munich
- Hotel Raeter Park