My spouse, sister and I recently spent a week in Bavaria. We reserved two rooms for the entire seven nights of our trip at the Hotel Laimer Hof. We loved the location in a beautiful residential neighborhood near the Nymphenburg Palace. Access from the Munich airport was easy and the "Partner Day Ticket" was inexpensive - though be sure to stamp the ticket with the day's date and time when initially boarding: both lines S1 and S8 take passengers from the airport to Munich's main train station. From there, using the same ticket (which you do not need to stamp again), it is an easy connection to the street Trams numbers 16 or 17 which both stop at the Romanplatz which is only a few, level blocks from the Hotel. Board the trams 16 or 17 opposite the main train station's tourist office and be sure to go in the direction of Romanplatz or Amalienburgstrasse. Unlike more expensive hotels in the City center, the Hotel Laimer Hof enjoys a quiet, peaceful, and very attractive location. The Hotel itself has lots of character - unlike sterile chain hotels - as it is an old, restored mansion. The hotel rooms are not fancy but are completely adequately furnished and many of those on the upper floor - where we stayed - enjoy lovely views over the trees and rooftops of the neighborhood. Another added bonus is that there is a very good, reasonably priced German restaurant within walking distance of the hotel called the "Wirsthaus Kurgarten". We ate breakfast each morning at the Hotel. The breakfast buffet was generous and delicious, and guests can enjoy pretty much any kind of tea or coffee beverage they would like - including a double espresso! Finally, the staff of the Hotel was extremely responsive to our inquiries and requests, and both warm and welcoming. I had the opportunity during the course of our week's stay to observe a couple of interactions between the staff and one or two "fussbudgets" who expected the "Ritz" even when staying at a modestly priced hotel, and I was struck by the patience, professionalism and kindness shown even to these individuals. While I personally would never wish to own and run a hotel, the Hotel Laimer Hof's very personable owner was on the premises almost every day, clearly enjoying his work, making sure everything ran smoothly and attending to his guests. We would be delighted to stay again at the Hotel Laimer Hof.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seventh consecutive win of the Travellers’ Choice Awards since 2012! Alexandra and Sebastian Rösch are managing the hotel as one of the most popular hotels in Munich, according to numerous evaluations by the guests and offer genuine Bavarian hospitality and service at the highest level. The neo-Renaissance and historical villa was built 1886 and is one of the buildings with the longest tradition in the town district of Nymphenburg. The Hotel is very popular for weddings and offers two romantic tower rooms. The location of the hotel is one of the finest in Munich, very close to Nymphenburg Palace, very safe and simply unique. Europe's largest beer garden, the Königlicher Hirschgarten, is five minutes away on foot. Direct public transport connections to all the sights and attractions of Munich by bus, tram and rapid-transit railway can be reached from the hotel in only a few minutes. Free bike rental for our clients! We hope to welcome you in our authentic and genuisely German hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Laimer Hof Hotel
- Laimer Hof Munich