Hotels in Munich Reviews

4.7/5Outstanding85 Reviews
Nice location , very clean hotel , very comfort for rest, nearest for shopping ,
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4.7/5Outstanding84 Reviews
The room is a bit echoed, not bad! Opposite is the train station, pushing the luggage across the road to the hotel, very convenient. The Bora Garden Hotel downstairs was so delicious that it was patronized for two days. The front desk is handsome and speaks Chinese. It is very nice. The laundry room on the 2nd floor of the hotel gives the traveller great convenience. The front desk can buy a laundry ball for 2 euros. The only fly in the ointment is that the children's inflatable bed looks fun, it is not very easy to use, and it will leak every night.
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4.3/5Excellent67 Reviews
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4.1/5Very Good22 Reviews
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4.2/5Very Good23 Reviews
Self-driving is convenient, 15 knives a night, 4/5 kilometers away from the urban area, not far away, urban parking is more expensive. The hotel is relatively new, early, does not charge city tax, and is cost-effective in Munich. There are fast food restaurants and big supermarkets just 3 minutes from the hotel.
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4.2/5Very Good83 Reviews
The room is a little bit old, especially the toilet, but it’s acceptable with this price.
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Munich Hotel Guide

Munich is the capital of Bavaria, Germany. It is the largest city in southern Germany and the third largest city in the entire country. Munich is home to the BMW and Neuschwanstein Castle. The annual Oktoberfest immerses the entire city in a joyous atmosphere. Bavarians are always filled with smiles, and this joyful and free atmosphere has become an important factor attracting tourists from all over the world. In Munich, you must not miss the elegant and historic Residenz or the famous Munich Frauenkirche. The Gothic New Town Hall, the Roman-styled King's Square, known in German as Königsplatz and various modern buildings makes visitors feel as if they have entered a promenade of architectural history. Hotels in Munich are often located near these scenic areas. Munich also retains the simplicity of the original capital of the Bavarian Kingdom, and is therefore known as a “village of millions of people.” Many people regard Munich as Germany’s cultural capital and those interested in soccer and modern architecture should make a visit to the Allianz football stadium. September and October are the best months to travel to Munich because they coincide with the world-famous Oktoberfest. The city is very lively, and in the festive atmosphere, you can feel the pride the people of Munich have for their city.

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