We stayed at the hotel in June 2006 as we had 4 tickets to the opening game of the World Cup, and stayed for 3 nights having booked 2 rooms over a year in advance (one for my myself and my wife and the other for my dad and my 6 year old son). The hotel is very clean and I disagree with the other review that the carpet is dirty! Everything is spotless. The staff were extremely friendly to us, check in was very efficient. Our rooms were big as were the bathrooms, lots of wardrobe space, which is unusual these days! We gave breakfast a miss as the breakfast room looked a tad too formal and instead we went across the street to Kafer, which is the finest food shop in Munich, and have international newspapers too. We sat out in their open-air restaurant and had a truly amazing breakfast. This shop is worth an hour just exploring it’s many rooms full of amazing food. The hotel is a short bus ride into town and the busses really do stick the timetable so take a note of the times in advance and you can perfectly time walking over to the bus stop.
The courtyard to the rear of the hotel was very quiet and the food there was excellent, as was the beer! One great tip is to go to the public outdoor swimming pool which is pretty much a water park - it's only 2 minutes from the hotel and 4 euros to get in, it's very modern and fantastically clean. There are several pool, one for laps, one large area for toddlers, a climbing wall, a lazy river and a couple of excellent slides for the more adventurous plus several diving boards. It was great seeing families arrive for the day with large picnics to sit on the well-manicured lawns with the children enjoying all the water fun. We used the busses, trams and underground while in Munich and you can get a day ticket to cover everything for only a few euros. Taxi from the centre of town was only 5 euros, which took about 4 or 5 minutes.
All in all a great small hotel in an interesting area of Munich, not too far out of town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Munchen Palace is a hotel in Munich's Bogenhausen quarter. Located on the banks of the Isar River, not far from the beautiful Englischer Garten, the hotel stands between the Friedensengel Monument and the Prinzregententheater. The city centre's shops and sights are just a 15-minute walk away. There are underground and bus stops nearby and the hotel has a private garage.The hotel roof terrace and garden are city-central spots of seclusion. Guests can soak up the sun whilst enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner in the garden. ... more less
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