Hotels Near Mezzogiorno In Munich
1.97km from MezzogiornoA direct underground ride from Munich Central Station and Munich city centre, this quiet hotel offers rental bicycles and free Wi-Fi. Parking is available in the hotel garage.Located in the peaceful Harlaching district, Hotel Wetterstein provides spacious rooms and suites. In-room comforts include a hairdryer, TV and work desk.A large breakfast buffet is available each morning. Many restaurants and bars are within a 10-minute walk.A free internet terminal is provided in the lobby, where you will also find a cosy bar.Wettersteinplatz Underground Station is a 2-minute walk away, and drivers are 4 minutes from the Mittlerer Ring road. The River Isar and the Perlacher Forst forest are 3 km away, and are ideal for walks and bike trips.
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2km from MezzogiornoBreakfast is good. The hotel environment is very chic. There is free parking, but there are not many parking spaces, just five or six. About 10 kilometers from the city center.
2.24km from MezzogiornoThe room was very clean and the bath water was large. It was a bit small for the Chinese, but it is understandable in European rooms.
2.39km from MezzogiornoIn fact, it is not far from the central railway station. The U-line of the subway has to be changed. It is 4 5 stations in total. But the station still needs to walk for 10 minutes. Drag the box for a little longer. It is slightly inconvenient. The hotel room is very good and not too small. The design is also very reasonable. Compared with the Japanese hotel, it is close to the domestic fast and clean. The toilet is brighter. The room is facing the elevator door but it is not noisy. Soundproof is good. Breakfast is also very good. Service is also very good. So many times this is the first time Ctrip paid the hotel fee, even the pre-authorization did not brush directly to the room card to stay in special save a hundred likes
2.46km from MezzogiornoQuite a bit further out than we expected. Wasn’t much to do in the area around and our room was opposite some flats so we could see directly into each others windows. Very close to train station (5 min walk) and had a supermarket on bottom floor (closed on Sundays though). Nice room but basic. Very thin walls, we could hear next doors conversations at night like they were in the same room but apart from that was very quiet. Big modern tv but it was all in German and no option for English subtitles which was frustrating but entertaining to guess what was going on! Only one lift for all rooms and floors which made things a little slow, however we didn’t run into a lot of other guests. Lovely modern room, bathroom and comfy beds, just a bit on the small side. Air con was confusing to use, it seemed to show the temp of the room rather than the temp it was set too so we were very confused when it kept going up and up!
2.52km from MezzogiornoThe service is not good, it is good early.
2.59km from MezzogiornoStayed 4 nights due to the exhibition TheSmarterE 19/06-23/06/2018.Unreasonably high prices during great events in Munich (like TheSmarterE), 4 nights price in a small room is 1080 euro with 3 breakfasts. What would be the regular price, I wonder? What is very nice about this hotel is a beautiful tiny park across the road. The Metro station Haras is 10min on foot and the bus stop 54 is just 5min away. Also there is a railway station S just 5min on foot. WiFi works well any floor. Breakfast is 8 euro (good enough). I personally had a room with a nice view on the church nearby. Liked the view)
2.68km from MezzogiornoUsed for 3 nights stay in Munich, my stay in the GS Hotel didn't get off to the greatest of starts but I would up leaving with generally good things to say about this nicely priced hotel. Arriving late on a Tuesday night, I took the rare (for me) step of actually getting a taxi right to the hotel. Located in a mainly residential area quite a bit out of the city centre, I was rather dismayed to find that the place was closed up for the night with nobody manning the desk. A telephone number was provided, which I duly called, only to realise I was going to an office based somewhere that definitely wasn't Munich. Given a code for a safe to collect my key, said code then did not work. Following another call to the same number a night watchman was dispatched to let me in, which he gracefully did. All this at around 11pm. Not the greatest of starts. The room itself I have no real complaints with. The type of slender, minimal room with a single bed and wardrobe that I've become accustommed to in my travels in Germany, it had a TV I couldn't work out how to turn on, a small writing desk and chair and a smaller bedside table with lamp....located at the bottom of the bed. This wasn't ideal, and it also boasted the plug I could find in the room to charge my phone on near the bed, but it was workable. The bathroom was actually very presentable with a good quality shower and was nicely cleaned. Truth be told the standard of presentation around the place was pretty high in general. In the morning a very nice breakfast buffet is provided. In many ways it's the standard European breakfast, just on the larger scale, meaning whatever you've had on a Continental Breakfast, there's a high chance you find. Cereals, boiled eggs, meats, rolls, bread, cakes, yoghurt and some fruit. Restaurant section once again very nice, modern and clean. In terms of catering beyond breakfast, there were some vending machines offering basic drinks. Indeed, after our less than stellar start, once I finally got into the GS my only real complaint was the placement of plug sockets, which in the grand scheme of things isn't something I'd ever base my decision on if I book a hotel upon. The only real downside to the GS is that it is maybe just a little bit out of the city. There is a U-Bahn stop around 5-10 minutes walk away, so it's far from a disaster, however the area it is located is rather sparse for places to eat or drink. There are a couple, which was enough to tide me over for the 2 full days I spent there, but those staying for any length of time might find it a tadd tedious. There is a Lidl minutes walk about with a separate bakery to help mix it up slightly. Once on the U-Bahn you are roughly 10-15 mins into the city centre, so it isn't like you are miles out. The bright side to the area being slightly out of the way is that it is also very quiet at night. All in, after some slight mishaps getting there, and some tired legs, I really don't have much bad to
2.71km from MezzogiornoPositive: Friendly stuff Comfortable bad I can’t give more than one Negative: -Noisy room, if you would like to wake up with the noise from construction only -Very warm and no air conditioner. You won’t cope with the vent. -The draining in the shower wasn’t working. We have asked to fix it 4 times and we have been told at the reception that it has been fixed. It is very dangerous as you can fall. Also, it was so much water that it was coming to the room after it has been “fixed”. We just gave up..no room change was offered. - There is kitchen but no kettle, pan etc, only a plate a knife a spoon and a fork. - there is coffee machine but to get a coffee for that machine costs 2 eur per pod at the reception. - no iron...we have been lucky to get an iron first day, but didn’t realised it would be taken away without notifying us. We have been at the reception 3 times after..and we never got an iron back as they didn’t have any available. Very disappointing. Hotel is new and could be a very good place to stay.
2.74km from MezzogiornoHave already stayed at this hotel twice. Rooms are nice and clean. There is a parking garage and the breakfast is very, very generous in buffet form. The hotel is located on the outskirts of Munich and the city can be reached by tram and subway which are a few minutes away.
2.74km from MezzogiornoThere is no price/performance ratio for participating in the BMW Show. The room is small and the breakfast is OK.
2.78km from MezzogiornoWe didn't realise the hotel was only 3 months old and everything was very new and exceedingly clean. The room a little small but perfectly fine for myself and sister to stay for 3 nights. The owner and his staff couldn't have been more helpful. We booked a pickup from and to the airport which was excellent value and given details all the way there and back on Munich's landmarks and customs, etc. The hotel was only 3 mins walk from the station and whilst they do not have food in the hotel they have a full kitchen area with vending machine and facilities to even cook something. Never seen before. Fabulous. The bakery across the road excellent for breakfast and Italian restaurant very good too. Perfect area and only 15 mins on the train to Central city. A fantastic hotel and will certainly stay there again on any return to Munich.
Hotels Near Mezzogiorno In Munich Review
The hotel is very good, there is a small courtyard to sit and drink beer, the room is clean and tidy. The traffic is also very convenient. The tramway is not far from the tram street station. It takes 5 minutes to go to the central station three stations. There is a supermarket and dm daily opposite the road, very good
Very close to the subway station. There are also supermarkets nearby. But the room is small, small, small. Triple room o(╥_╥)o Street front, noisy at night. There is air conditioning, but not enough. Opening the window is noisy and feels unsafe.
The hotel is in the old town, suitable for shopping and shopping. The room facilities are in the old town. The breakfast is a simple German breakfast, bread, sausage, fruit and cheese. The freshly squeezed orange juice machine is good and tastes good. The hotel does not have its own car park, there is a public car park nearby, 20 Euros a day.
The platform booked a room with a sofa bed according to the hotel and platform information, and indicated that it is bringing children. After arriving at the store, the front desk didn't know if there were children staying. It was a bit unpleasant, but the problem was solved quickly. The price provided by Ctrip is particularly good. The breakfast is good. Hotel facilities are very new. Normal stay during the new crown period. Convenient parking, suitable for self-driving. The check-out procedure is simple.
It is in Munich at night, the hotel location is very close to the Munich train station, and it is a weekend, parking is very convenient (the hotel's parking lot is under maintenance, so temporarily parked on the side of the road near the hotel). The hotel rooms are quite large, clean and tidy, the equipment and furniture are very complete, and the service in the hotel lobby is very thoughtful and meticulous.
Traditional hotel chain, comfortable room, suitable for children. The hotel is 7-8 minutes walk from the subway station. Breakfast is very rich and suitable for travelling with children. The hotel’s gym is always available with a room card, but there are very few devices.
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The hotel is four stations away from the central railway station, and the transportation is convenient. The hotel is about 100 meters away from the subway station. There are several bus lines in front of the hotel. There are many types of cheese, ham, and bread for breakfast.
There are three days to left Salzburg, the hotel can store luggage for free.
Very quiet, very comfortable, good experience, easy to find out of the train station, have a good surrounding environment, if you don't mind walking, you can go to the bus terminal and train station, surrounded by supermarkets, and food.
I arrived at the hotel at 18:30 and said that the room had not been waiting for 10 minutes. Then I was told that the room was full and I was arranged to live in another hotel 400 meters away. I have booked and confirmed it in late July. I don’t know Ctrip and the hotel. Confirmation is late or for other reasons, although the waiter's attitude is very sincere, but still very upset. For this reason, I also paid 3 hours of parking fees (2.50Euro/hr, 40.00Euro/day)😒 Note: The score is not objective because the hotel is not staying at the hotel.
The environment is good, the bathroom is not big, the use is quite convenient, the breakfast is better, the lack of air conditioning, the room is very hot during the day, only a small fan, the room TV is small, it seems that some are not used to it.
The internal environment of the hotel is good and the breakfast is very rich. Before going to bed, I found the room window was locked and it was noisy to close it. Called the room service, the other party said to send someone to deal with it, and then lost the following. German rigor, maybe just a legend, this review is not only for this hotel, haha😄
Should be a more upscale and comfortable hotel in my entire trip, check in the credit card to pay 25 yuan deposit, because I can not understand the word of the deposit, the black handsome young man at the front desk spent a long time explaining to me, and asked if I use The gym, I still don't understand, but my English is too bad. 25 yuan check-out in the afternoon to return to the credit card, parking down the downstairs parking lot, the passage is particularly narrow, easy to turn around the car, the charge is 20 euros a day, pay after check-out, there is a kettle and toiletries, the bed is very comfortable, no Everything else is good for breakfast, a little far from the attraction, about 2 kilometers. The price is good.
I stayed just one night with my wife and my son. We enjoyed our stay, rooms were clean and very quite, we appreciated the very comfortable beds. The location is very conveniente to visit the Munich city center, just 5 minutes away. Parking is available in a nearby public park garage (16 Euro/day). Breakfast was good - we will definitely come back the next time we will visit Munich!
breakfast-good room size-good mattress -good towels-soft room-nice& clean location is good close to subway room view is good Staff is friendly the only flaw is the pillow is too thick to sleep with，a bit thinner is better all in all this is a good hotel to stay ！
The location is very good, very close to the Deutsches Museum, passing through a green belt and a very beautiful river. And even walking to Munich city centre and Marianne Square is 20-30 minutes. And the separation of a river makes the hotel very quiet. And next to the hotel is an Audi 4S shop, you can go in and see the price of Audi in Germany, haha But I have to say that the conditions inside the room are really average. I am giving the room type with a loft inside the top floor. The bedroom was very small, and I could only put down a bed. I was very happy to see that the bedroom was pushed out and there was a large terrace. But then I found that the terrace was completely connected to the next door, which was not in line with the Chinese people’s habits. It also makes people feel unsafe. The air conditioning in the room is almost equal to the display, plus a few days just arrived in Munich, the sun is shining, it is very hot. So it is difficult to sleep at night. I don't know if it is only the top floor room type. This is an apartment-style hotel with a kitchen in the room. If you want to cook for yourself, it is very convenient. I don't know what it is. In the few days we stayed, we saw that almost half of the tourists in the hotel were Indians. The room area was full of curry.
This is a very cost-effective European hotel, the same price, better than the Marriott next door. First of all, the location is very convenient. It is 300 meters on foot from the subway station. The Lufthansa Express Bus at the airport is also at the entrance of the subway station. It can be 10 Euros from here to the airport, 15 minutes. The room was very good, I stayed in a superior room, but the facilities were great and new. There is a capsule coffee machine, there is a glass bottle of water (with a gas without a gas), there are bathrobe slippers, the towel is very thick. The room is very soundproof and the curtains are perfect. Room attendants are well trained and not as cold as most hotels. Book breakfast at the front desk for 26 Euros at check-in, which is a few dollars cheaper than direct signing. There are many kinds of fruits, a lot of fruits, and a handsome little brother will make you an egg roll.
We stayed at the Hotel Prinz in October, as we couldn’t praise the place enough. The staff we beyond friendly, always happy to help and offer suggestions on the location and Munich as a city. We have family in Munich so know the city pretty well, but even for us they helped us discover some hidden gems. We stayed for our wedding anniversary and booked a premium room, and whilst yes, people are correct to state no WiFi, there were plenty of windows in the room to allow a good breeze and altogether we found our room to be spacious and comfortable! Again thank you so much to everyone at the hotel, and I’m sure we will visit you again.
It is conveniently located near the Central Railway Station and has convenient transportation. Booked a room with breakfast, Continental breakfast is rich, Mini bar drinks are free. The hotel is designed in a modern minimalist style. Because it is near the train station, the surrounding environment is slightly general.
My boyfriend and I recently stayed at this hotel while we were in Munich to see the Christmas markets. The hotel's very convenient to the train station -- it's an easy walk of a mile or so. It's also convenient to the Christmas markets; the few stalls at Senlinger Tor are very close, and it doesn't take long to get to the markets at Marienplatz. The hotel is very modern and clean. Bedrooms seem to be on the smallish side; there's not a lot of room to maneuver around the bed(s). But bathrooms are a decent size. We didn't try the breakfast, which seemed rather expensive (19 Euro per person!). But there are many restaurants and stores nearby where you can purchase food. All rooms are several floors up (the lobby is up a flight from the ground floor, and guest rooms start on the floor above that), so there's virtually no street noise even though the hotel's located in a fairly busy pedestrian area.
The rooms are big and stunned, 3 times more than the average room. There is a sofa and there is a min kitchen. The restaurant is good around. Basically impeccable. Is the location is relatively biased, from the Reim and U2 subway station, walking 20 minutes, or transfer to the bus. There is also a supermarket within a 10-minute walk.
This hotel is located across the street from platform exit 5-36 of Munich Central Station, Germany. The location is very easy to find, it is very convenient to go, there are pizzerias around the door, dm, muller supermarket, it is very convenient to buy daily necessities, and the price is cheaper than domestic A lot, great! I like this hotel very much. Although the room is small, it is enough for a night out, the sanitation is clean and the service staff is very nice! Satisfied! Will come to live next time in Germany!
The hotel is within 10 minutes from the Central Railway Station, the location is ok, the hotel facilities are relatively old, especially the beds and bedding. Although the breakfast is not particularly rich, there should be everything, especially the green apple ravioli every day, favorite!
Very nice Ibis, the room is bigger and more new than other Ibis. There is a bar in the lobby downstairs where you can have a beer in the small garden. There is a big supermarket next to it, there is a bakery and coffee shop nearby, there is Tram at the door, and it takes about 15 minutes to walk to the subway.
There are many people in the hotel in the Middle East, but the security is basically no problem. Breakfast was western style, and the porridge rice was not seen, the children should be free. It was confirmed that there was no need for an extra bed for the child when checking in at the front desk, but extra beds were available in the rooms for a few days (large bed 2 meters, activity extra bed 1 meter). On the first day of the evening, there was a serious leak in the porch ceiling of the guest room. It was found early that all the shoes and articles were wet. After a brief negotiation, the guest room was replaced.
We stayed here during the Christmas Markets. It was an easy walk from the Salingertor Station (be sure to use the correct exit which has an up escalator but no down escalator). There is a lot of construction in the area and heavy traffic,so exiting on the correct exit is a must! Coming from the airport with luggage, exit the metro car at Marinplatz and change lines to one going to Salinger Tor station. It is an easy walk with no luggage but with luggage and the crowds at the market, we decided to change lines. The check in was easy and friendly. Our prepaid reservation was without breakfast but they did have it available as well as a nice small bar. The elevator is very small but it held both of us and our luggage which is very small. The room was filled with charming antique furniture so if you want new and matching, this is not for you. The room was clean and the linens were nice. Our only complaint was the soap/body wash/shampoo was limited. We asked for more and received it with no problem. The gentleman at the front desk remembered our name and room number each time we saw him, even when we checked out for a few days and returned for a second stay. It is close to everything but away from the craziness.
Very good, health, service in place
Nice room with even a small fridge. Good bathroom size. Nice location near HBF. Clean and tidy with all you need.
After 5-8 minutes, turn to the subway station. Take 4 stops to the central station and turn U2 to the exhibition center. Downstairs is very big, most of the students come here. During the exhibition, there were quite a few exhibitors living here. The room was a small size in the European version, but it was enough. I live alone in a twin room, hahaha. Just another bed to put things. . Very good. Hit the airport for around 80 euros. Distressed company's transportation fee, there is no way to hold 2 exhibition boxes. If you have a long time, it is much cheaper to buy a subway ticket in the vicinity. .
Service: The service is very good. The blond girl's front desk girl is not only beautiful but also very warm, and her English is very good. She also gave us a map of Munich. Location: In the northern part of Munich, it seems to be far away, but the traffic is still very convenient. You can reach the STUDENTENSTADT subway station of U6 in 177 or X50 logistics, so you can reach Maria Square in 20 minutes and pass through Munich in the middle. The University and the Freedom Square Station in Munich are still very convenient. I am here to choose from the student apartment in Munich. It is very convenient to go to other places, and the price is very high. On the same side of the hotel are some shops that buy cars. The crossing road is an office and residential area with a supermarket. There are 23 buses in this area starting from the Munich Freedom Square. Breakfast: Although the breakfast is not particularly rich, but the variety is quite comprehensive, the restaurant layout is comfortable, you can also sit outside for breakfast. The yogurt that can be mixed with strawberry jam is very impressive. Facilities: The elevator needs to brush the room card, the number of rooms is also more, the national road and the room are very clean. The room is small, the bathroom is slightly larger, the facilities are good, the bath water is good, the room has no refrigerator, there is hand soap and the like. Sleeping at night, there will be a car sound when the window is open, the window is very soundproof, and it is very quiet when it is closed.
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