Ratings based on 62 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Houston
Cute boutique hotel downtown MunichPosted Jun 30, 2014
Wonderful staff and very helpful. This hotel is centrally located within steps of the Marienplatz and Viktualienmarkt.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Scotland
Compact luxuryPosted May 27, 2014
Pros: Location is excellent. Right on the market place and just round the corner from Marienplatz, Rathaus, U-Bahn/S-Bahn.
Cons: TV reception is not great but you dont come here for to watch TV.
Location: Its the heart of the city. So many of the sights are just a few minutes walk away.
Rooms are not big but they look great and you feel very comfortable in them. For a city break its a fantastic location. Almost impossible to get more central. But its not cheap so consider it for a special occasion.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Excellent hotel in the heart of MunichPosted Apr 7, 2014
Cons: Front desk staff is sometimes not up to par… I would expect a 100% professional selection, in my eyes this is not always given.
I have stayed there a couple of times now and will go there again in the future. Great rooms, great&unconventional (Japanese) cuisine incl b'fast. The biggest drawback is the fact that they do not have any room service which makes it sometimes hard when I go with my family (apparently this is due to the fact that they only server dinner, kitchen is only staffed for that…).
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Totally in center of MunichPosted Feb 23, 2014
Pros: Wifi was good
Cons: There was some renovation in the same building and you can't sleep beyond 8am. Sad!
Location: Munich center. Full of food and shops.
Need to take a train from Munich her to the location or walk for 20 mins!
for Everyoneby John from Hong Kong
Quirky Little Hotel in ViktualienmarktPosted Feb 6, 2014
Pros: Great location, very carefully designed rooms with good facilities.
Cons: Given space constraints, probably very little.
Location: The hotel is right in the centre of the old city of Munich with all the tourist attractions within very easy walking distance.
The hotel is situated directly opposite the big market (a very interesting place to wander around) and the reception can be accessed from there by lift, or directly from the street at the rear via a shopping mall. The interior of the hotel, including the rooms, has been beautifully designed to make the most of a fairly cramped location. As a result the rooms, while not being spacious, are very well laid out and equipped. There is a small bar and lounge next to the reception area, and this with the adjacent restaurant, comprises all the public area. There is only the one restaurant which doubles as the breakfast room/coffee shop in the mornings and then becomes a somewhat expensive (but very good) Japanese restaurant in the evenings. The restaurant gets very crowded in the mornings. This is not too much of a disadvantage since if you want cheaper (or non-Japanese) food there are dozens of food outlets within a few yards of the hotel. All in all, a good experience and we would go back again.
for Everyoneby Kate from Sydney
Great location, room and staffPosted Jan 28, 2014
You couldn't get a better location than The Louis Hotel if you want to be in central Munich. The rooms have a great aesthetic and are very comfortable. We stayed on the sixth floor in both the courtyard side and the market side - both were great. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The breakfast was amazing but admittedly not cheap. I highly recommend this hotel.
for Couplesby PDC from UK
Great LocationPosted Jan 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
We annot fault the hotel, location ideal for all the sights with the S Bahn around the corner. Hotel staff excellant, Danny the receptionist booked concert tickets at discount price. Could not recommend it any higher.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Butique hotel in the heart of MunichPosted Jan 8, 2014
Pros: Stylish hotel, cool lobby and bar. Great design, not a bland 4 star hotel. Free wi-fi is a plus.
Cons: Gym area could be improved - it could be more ambient and include a few free weights
Location: Near Marianplatz and local farmer market
Responsive staff, taxi picks up luggage in the hotel lobby. Room very zen and good size for Germany. The hotel has a cool vibe which sets it apart from a typical business hotel.
Recommendedby Jeff T from Houston, TX
A Real GemPosted Dec 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
We liked everything about this hotel. Great location near the Marienplatz, Viktualienmarkt and the U-Bahn. We were elated when we saw the room--modern architecture and decor were distinctive, though warm and relaxing. Staff were friendly and very helpful. Breakfast was great (though a little pricey). Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend to anyone else!
by Kevin from UK
A great disappointmentPosted Dec 16, 2013
Pros: The bed is comfortable
Cons: - Provide coffee-making facilities in the room - Better double-glazing - Curtains that shut-out the light
We stayed for 3 nights in December – for the Xmas markets. There are a couple of good things about the hotel – mainly the location and the comfortable bed. However, the rest is negative: - There are no coffee-making facilities in the room. We were told by reception that only 1 room has this: the suite. It seems that £220 per room per night is not enough to warrant coffee-making facilities! - Why put 2 single quilts on a Queen-sized bed? Very odd! - The reception/bar area is very small and doubles-up as an over-flow for the (also small) restaurant. Enjoying a relaxing drink around the fire – as the PR suggests – is something of a challenge! - The curtains in the room are not effective at keeping-out the light. Not a major problem in winter but in summer, with the early, light mornings, I imagine you’re awakened literally at the crack of dawn with light streaming in. - There is a couch in the room – but, presumably as part of the “Design hotel” concept – it may look very nice but don’t expect to relax, comfortably on it. You won’t! - Expect to be woken-up at 7am with the ringing of the church bells – the double-glazing isn’t good enough to keep-out the noise! - We asked for a “city view” room but, despite booking 6 months in advance, were still given a “courtyard view” room. Even on the top floor, there is no “view” – just a boring courtyard. If we return to Munich, it won’t be to stay in this hotel!