I stayed here for three nights in November 2013. It is within walking distance of the main area of Munich. Thereseinhoehe is a quiet street this time of year but could well be extremely noisy during Oktoberfest as it runs along Thereseienweise where the main festivities occur.
The hotel is a lovely period building with great decoration but does not have a lift. My room was in the basement right by the stairs so a fair amount of early morning noise from people checking out and when they came home at night but otherwise quiet enough and had a really great shower. I found the bed hard but was able to get another duvet to put underneath me which solved the problem. The biggest downside was that my window was at ground level and opened onto the driveway where cars were parked.
Staff were very helpful and friendly but , for some reason, required passport details before they would allow wifi access. When I queried it I was told it was in case anyone downloaded music or films. Can't see the connection personally. Breakfast was very good with a wide choice and as much as anyone could possibly eat if you like cold meat and cheese.
If I were to stay here again I'd opt for one of the upstairs rooms.
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