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Hotel Lux is located in the Old Town district of Munich, just 100 metres from the Hofbräuhaus Beer Hall. Guests may also enjoy well-equipped rooms and free Wi-Fi. Staff was very friendly. Breakfast was perfect.
A free 24-hour gym and a restaurant are offered by this hotel. It is located directly above Rosenheimer Platz S-Bahn Station, which offers fast connections to the city centre, Munich Airport and... The staff is very friendly The cleanses is perfect
A 2-minute walk from the Marienplatz Square and the Hofbräuhaus Brewery, this hotel in Munich city centre offers a free spa, a 16th-century restaurant, and soundproofed rooms with flat-screen TVs. Lovely place in the center of everything you could need in Munich. Lovely people.
This historic, 4-star hotel in central Munich offers rooms with free WiFi, and a rich breakfast buffet every day. Marienplatz Square is just a 5-minute walk away. Excellent location and very kind staff
This hotel is ideally located in Munich city centre, just a 5-minute walk from the central Marienplatz Square. It features free WiFi. The location is great. Staff helpful. Breakfast very sufficient.
This elegant hotel in central Munich offers rooms with specially designed furniture and flat-screen TVs and a stylish wine bar. The famous Marienplatz square is a 5-minute walk away. The hotel is located right in the center, but it is absolutely quiet.
Luxurious rooms, and the famous Matsuhisa, Munich restaurant are featured at this 5-star hotel in the heart of Munich's Old Town. Very friendly staff. Good location. Very nice Asian restaurant
Family-run for over 100 years and a 3-minute walk from Marienplatz and the Viktualienmarkt Market, this charming, non-smoking hotel in central Munich offers free WiFi and traditional Bavarian... The friendliness of the staff and the comfort of the rooms.
BEYOND by Geisel is a residence in front of Munich Town Hall. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Location is excellent, with cozy vibes hotel, and friendly staff.
This hotel enjoys a peaceful location beside Maximiliansanlagen Park, just 5 minutes away from Munich city centre. JAMS Music Hotel Munich offers stylish rooms with internet access. Fun concept, nice location, friendly staff. Would definitely stay here again.
Just 2 underground stops from Munich Central Station, this hotel lies in the lively Glockenbachviertel district. Elegant rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows are provided at the Hotel Olympic. The owner was incredibly gracious and helpful.
Ideally located in Munich, Haus im Tal offers air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a bar. Boasting room service, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Breakfast outstanding, croissants delicious and everyone so friendly
This hotel in central Munich offers stylish rooms with flat-screen TV and French balcony. It features a Japanese restaurant and is located beside the Viktualienmarkt, a 2-minute walk from Marienplatz.... Excellent hotel right in the Viktualienmarkt.
Just 500 metres from the Bavarian State Opera, this non-smoking hotel in Munich offers luxury apartments, a pretty courtyard with rose garden, free WiFi in all areas and some modern spa facilities. Excellent location, very spacious room, super clean.
Tranquilly situated in the Haidhausen district of Munich, a 5-minute walk east of the German Museum, this 4-star hotel provides excellent public transport connections and all modern amenities,... Nice location next to the Deutches Museum, which was my central concern.
Located directly at the historic Viktualienmarkt marketplace in Munich city centre, this environmentally friendly hotel features a gym, 24-hour reception and free WiFi. Quiet haven in the centre of the city - excellent room and really helpful staff
Great day out with the family. Old style science and technology museum, I hope it doesn't lose some of it's charm when it's refurbished. There are several sites around Munich. If you want to see the cars then you need to go to one of the alternate sites - plan ahead.
If you like engineering and science, you will particularly like this museum. It's enormous - Allocate more than one day - we love museums, but after about 5 hours, we experienced such information overload that we went and lay down in a park! There's SO much to see, and you cannot possibly see it all in one day.
We got the combined ticket and took a train out to the flight museum. Know that it is one stop outside of the "ring" of the day pass on the U Bahn. Also, as you walk to it, you go through a castle grounds. Getting off the path to the museum to explore the grounds of the castle is worth it. We almost walked through without noticing.
We knew nothing about this museum before we went. We went there mainly because it was a very, very cold and wet day and wanted to be inside! However we were pleasantly surprised - our children had a great time there and left at closing time.
This is, at least at present, in different locations that isn’t made clear in the tourist guides/leaflets. The main site is worth checking out and book tickets ahead. I didn’t get around the the other locations with cars/planes.
Never been there. It is open Monday to Friday the days we need to work, visit suppliers or exhibitions or trade fairs. The museums are not what one would want to visit on a week day. So in 15 years and 15 trips to Munich I never got to see this renowned museum. ( Every thing in Europe is meant for staff convinience. And they probably don't care for the traveller or the tourists.
Impressed with Novotel Munich. Had two rooms for two adults and 3 kids. Kid beds were already set up when we arrived. Rooms aren't huge but space is used very well. USB plugs next to bed, shower and tub in the bathroom. Pool is also smallish, but was great fun even on a crowded holiday weekend. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. Easy walking to tons of restaurants, tram, Deutsches Museum. A great trip!
One needs about 4-5 weeks to see them all! The Deutsches Museum in particular is one of the largest and most comprehensive technical museums in the world. It alone would take at least 4 days to properly view all the exhibits. In addition the three galleries that comprise the Pinakotheken display art works from 15th - 18th century religious paintings to 20th century paintings, modern art, design and architecture. The National Bavarian Museum and the
The Deutsches Museum is a massive science museum, very interesting, and most displays have information in English as well as German.
There are three separate sites to the Deutsches Museum - don't miss the planes, trains and automobiles at the Deutsches Museum Verkehrszentrum
Neue Pinakothek, Alte Pinakothek Deutsches Museum (the DM was a bit disorganised so worth taking a guided tour)