Eurostars was one of the most expensive hotels we stayed in during our two weeks in Europe (at 250 Euros a night) but it was also the nicest. it was one of the few hotels I could find in Munich that had rooms for four. It is very large and modern, so you will not like it if you like small, traditional hotels. We had a two room apartment for four with lots of modern amenities. We were a little surprised when one of the beds was a foldout couch, but that's not unusual for Europe. Eurostars has a lovely indoor pool and spa, and our room had a small balcony.
When you arrive at the train station in Munich, Eurostars is within walking distance. It's about five blocks in the direction opposite the central historical district. However, it's very close to a subway stop and a tram stop that go straight to the central district. There is a great Augustliner beer garden almost right across the street. Otherwise, there are not many restaurants or shops nearby. It's mostly a business district.
The breakfast is pricey at 18 Euros each. There is wifi available in the room although it was not working when we were there. We would stay at Eurostars again.
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