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Pension am Jakobsplatz offers you the perfect stay when traveling on a budget. The place is a guest house and has comfortable rooms. There are 4 rooms in all, and are only basically equipped. The place offers breakfast that is made to order.
This modern design hotel is a 5-minute walk from Munich's Main Station and the pedestrian shopping area at Karlsplatz. It offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi, and great transport connections. Hotel Cocoon is a strictly non-smoking hotel. Its retro-style rooms feature designer bathrooms with rain showers, and unique cocoon chairs which hang from the ceiling. A DVD player is also included as standard. A full breakfast buffet is available every morning in the Cocoon's breakfast room. Hotel Cocoon is set in a quiet side street in a multicultural area between the Main Station and Stachus, in the centre of Munich. It is a 10-minute walk from the Theresienwiese, the site of Munich’s Oktoberfest beer festival. Munich Town Hall at Marienplatz is a 15-minute walk away. From Munich Main Station, there are direct underground connections to the Neue Messe Exhibition Centre and direct trains to Munich Airport. A public parking garage is available nearby for an additional charge.
Motel One München-Deutsches Museum is part of the chain of hotels across Europe, that offers guests comfortable accommodation at reasonable rates. This branch in Munich, located by the banks of the Auer Mühlbach river,is close to the city center. Motel One is an ideal destination for families and groups touring the city. The rooms are cozy and spacious, with wi-fi service that enables you to stay in touch with the virtual world. This is one of the few hotels in the city that allows you to bring your four-legged friend along.
Voted Germany's best two-star hotel in 1998, Hotel Monaco is located in the heart of the city and within easy walking distance of most tourist attractions. The trade fair center is also easy to reach. The staff are friendly and the hearty breakfast on offer makes for the perfect start to the day. This basic, but cozy hotel is ideal for students and backpackers.
This small hotel of 20 rooms is situated opposite the Academy of Art on peaceful Akademiestraße. Although by no means a luxury hotel, all the rooms are pleasantly furnished and the staff are amiable and ready to help. As this is one of the cheapest places to stay close to the city centre, early reservation is essential.
This quietly located, 3-star hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Munich Central Station and the University Hospital. Its modern rooms were renovated in 2018 and 2019, and feature free Wi-Fi. Most of the rooms at the privately run Brunnenhof City Centre Hotel face the inner courtyard with fountain. Every room includes an orthopaedic mattress, satellite TV, and a work desk. A daily breakfast is provided at Brunnenhof, featuring homemade jams and a homemade salmon dip. On request, breakfast can be prepared from 03:00. The Brunnenhof’s small lobby bar serves hot and cold drinks. The Brunnenhof City Centre is a 10-minute walk from the Stachus square and Theresienwiese Oktoberfest site. There is a limited amount of parking spaces available in the courtyard (reservation necessary) and also in a nearby parking garage for a discounted fee.
The NH München Deutscher Kaiser is perfectly tailored to the needs of business travelers and offers pleasant conference facilities. After a busy day, guests can go for a walk in the nearby English Garden. Located in the Altstadt area of Munich you have ample opportunities to eat, drink and enjoy your stay. Being located at an arm's distance from the main railway station, gives this budget hotel an edge over many others. Exploring Munich becomes a much convenient activity, with a market lined with boutiques and local souvenir nearby.
A traditional establishment located in the immediate vicinity of the main station but nevertheless quiet, the Intercity Hotel is a fine edifice, built in the 1870s. The rooms are bright and welcoming, with a hint of rustic Bavarian charm. All have bath/shower, WC and telephone with fax and modem connection. The restaurant provides Bavarian cuisine to a standard well above average, and the fifties-style Orange Bar is also worth a visit.
A large, modern hotel, in a central location close to the Hauptbahnhof (main station), the pedestrian shopping area around Karlsplatz (Stachus), the Deutsches Theater and numerous cinemas. The lobby is sumptuous; there is also a piano bar and the rooms are bright, well-furnished and welcoming. The management is professional, service is good and the atmosphere is pleasant. The location close to the station is not exactly peaceful, but many would consider lively surroundings an advantage.
Located in the lively area around the railway station, Hotel Mirabell is not far from the pedestrian shopping area, and sightseeing is easy and convenient both on foot and by public transport. The furnishings exude elegant simplicity, with plenty of glass, light wood and muted colors. The rooms are functional, pleasant and generously proportioned, in keeping with the general ambiance. All expectations of a mid-range hotel are more than adequately fulfilled. The tasteful decor is complemented by friendly staff who go to great lengths to ensure that your stay is a pleasant one. Situated in the West of Munich, this hotel is intimate and centrally located. You can reach the Hauptbahnhof in a few minutes and the city's attractions are within easy reach.
A contemporary hotel, Cocoon is a stone's throw away from the Sendlinger Tor underground station and barely a mile away from the Munich Central Station. The entire hotel reflects a sleek and modern atmosphere, while being accentuated by cocoon ball chairs, an artificial water-fall and a glowing fireplace. The expansive patio resembles Italian sensibilities, and many a guests throng this porch area to enjoy their breakfasts. And to believe that all of these facilities are available at a great price is pleasantly surprising. WiFi accessibility, I-pod docking stations and unique customized cabins for your notebooks give this hotel an edge over the eclectic fleet of over-priced hotels in Munich.
4 You München has two sections; one is a youth hostel with simple clean rooms (no bath) designed for under 26s, families and disabled people; the second section is a hotel, all with bath and telephone, some with TV. The environmentally friendly décor is particularly interesting and so is the large, good value buffet. All rooms have disabled access. Visit the website for booking and other details.