Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Southampton UK
Hope you like bellsPosted Aug 4, 2014
Pros: Internal decor
Cons: Move it away from the noisy church.
Location: Roads nearby had little traffic. Did not find anything of interest close by but the train station was and the service brilliant for getting about.
The noise pollution caused by bells ringing every fifteen minutes from a nearby church shattered the normal peace and quiet. The pillows were too soft which is a very small moan for an otherwise really good hotel. (just needs moving a mile away from the church). All the staff were very helpful the breakfast provided seemed to cater for all nationalities needs.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice hotel, not in a busy city.Posted Aug 3, 2014
Just a short break as my daughter had lived in Germany for 2 years and just wanted to revisit.
for Couplesby Jane from Philadelphia
Good value in suburbs near dining and transportPosted May 29, 2014
Pros: I enjoyed the quaint and homey surroundings, the friendly staff, and the restaurant on premises. The bed was comfortable and the duvet cozy.
Cons: There is not much a hotel can do about construction or guest noise or the lack of an elevator. Next time we may ask for lower floor and a smaller bed.
Location: The hotel restaurant and one at Prinz Regent not to be missed. Also Indian and a takeout Indian/pizza place nearby. Bus and S-bahn accessible easily.
Our German friend suggested this as it was close to her suburb so that she could come fetch us easily. We weren't going to spend much time hanging out in it while visiting her and Munich, so it was a good fit. Clean and neat to come home to and less expensive. In a quiet suburb named Reim, we could easily take the bus or with a short walk, the S-bahn into the city. Breakfast was included, and we enjoyed this cold buffet every morning. All staff were friendly and helpful. We stayed in a larger modern section, which was just fine - comfy room, clean, neat bathroom. The drying rack hooked into the plumbing was a plus. The Italian restaurant attached was delicious for lunch or dinner, and a few steps away was excellent PrinzRegent restaurant. A charming little church next door with occasional bell ringing. A nice balcony for use when it is sunny. The only drawbacks were no elevator (we had third floor room), and the king size bed was really two beds pushed together, with a crack in the middle. The ceiling is pitched, so my husband bumped his head a few times getting out of bed. Current small construction across the lane a noise issue at times, but we did not stay much during day. It is a business hotel, and only one night we were bothered by a group of recently arrived co-workers talking loudly in the courtyard at midnight. For the most part, it was a lovely memorable stay and we would return, particularly knowing getting into the city was so easy.
for Business Travelersby Silhouette from UK
Back to University accommodation!!!Posted Oct 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
"Your room is in our partner building" - this is a building behind the hotel which houses small rooms, very small bathrooms and an overall feeling of being back at university. What a shame since the main building is lovely. If only they could tell you which building you'll be in when you book. It was relatively cheap so perhaps if you pay a premium you'll actually stay in the rooms pictured. Staff were lovely and accommodating. Lovely food and great surroundings.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from GB
Ideal stop overPosted Sep 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is ideally placed at the end of a drive from Calais and ready at the end of the motorway for driving on to Austria. It was clean and comfortable with an excellent breakfast.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Excellent HotelPosted Apr 28, 2013
Pros: The Breakfast
Location: Accessible from Subway good location
Great , pleasant Hotel, great breakfast, excellent location near from Reim Train Station easy to connect to everywhere
for Everyoneby Phil and Deb from Witney, Oxfordshire, UK
Great friendly hotelPosted Dec 17, 2012
Location: 5-8 minutes walk to the train station
If you want a more traditional hotel with modern and clean rooms this place is for you. This is a lovely place to stay in a very quiet area of Munich. The staff were very helpful and looked after us well even our requests at breakfast which included a great buffet. The only thing that was a little disappointing was our room was quite cold as it was -6 and snowing outside! Would recommend this hotel highly for it's easy access to the amazing public transport into central Munich.
Oktoberfest VisitPosted Oct 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
Hotel was a bit out of city center but ideal place for driving to. there was plenty fo free parking and it was a 7 minute walk to the S-bahn to take us to city. 7 stops on S-bahn and 2 U-bahn stops. ( cost 10.20 Euro for 5 adults per day )The staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is typical you find in hotels in Germany and was very good. It had a coffer bar for more exotic coffees for breakfast. Rooms were average you find around Germany with a small bathroom but they were spotless. The beds were very comfortable. Would recommend this hotel to my friends visiting Oktoberfest.
for Business Travelersby Uwe
Nice Town feelingPosted Jul 31, 2012 on Hotels.com
I arrived late and had to leave relative early. Still I got a good dinner at the Italian restaurant next door. The hotels breakfast was outstanding an absolute 10+. I love the location next to a church in an quite old town setting. I'm sure I will be back if I have to be in that area again.
for Business Travelersby Wes
Nice, Cozy Hotel in a Quiet NeighborhoodPosted Jul 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a nice and cozy hotel in a quiet neighborhood - especially well suited for business travelers attending a conference at the International Congress Center in Munich (ICM). It is at a walkable distance to the ICM and quite close to the Riem S-bahn station. The room I stayed in didn't have an air conditioner. So it was a bit hot on a couple of nights (in July), especially after spending the evening walking quite a bit around the city. The staff were very nice and friendly.