Modern and fully equipped studios close to main train station – 4 star – Munich

These modern and fully equipped studios, close to main train station, are in the perfect location and ideal for those looking for more independence whilst staying in Munich.

The apartments are modern and spacious, and have their own kitchenette, complete with all the fixtures and fittings you could need, including a dishwasher! The living area contains a flat screen LCD TV with cable television for guests’ entertainment, as well as a CD and DVD player. There is also free internet access, and the hotel provides extras such as complimentary mineral water and toiletries to add a special touch. Apartments are fully air conditioned to ensure guests’ comfort all year round.

The hotel itself also has facilities such as a washer and dryer, and the friendly hotel staff are happy to help at any time, with a 24 hour reception, offering services such as linen change and extra towels on request. There is also an underground car park, should you wish to rent a car or take your own. The hotel also boasts a fantastic gym, ideal for those who want to get a bit of exercise whilst away, as well as a business centre with conference rooms, making the hotel suitable for almost any occasion.

Marienplatz, the main square in the centre of Munich, is only minutes away from this hotel, and makes for a great day out! Here tourists and visitors marvel at the fantastic Glockenspiel on the Neues Rathaus (New City Hall), dating from 1908 and consisting of 32 life-sized figures and 43 bells, which come to life at least once a day, lasting around 15 minutes. The pedestrian area between Marienplatz and Karlplatz consists of many shops and restaurants. For some of the best beer that can be found in Munich, and perhaps in Germany, as well as traditional hearty food, visit Augustiner on Neuhauser Strasse. Here prices are modest, servings are large and the interior is authentic, with a great atmosphere!

The Sendlinger gate is also nearby, an old fortification for defense, and is definitely a sight not to be missed. This is the oldest of the three remaining 17th century gates in Munich. The beautiful gothic architecture is partially covered in ivy, adding to its charm and makes for some great photos! It is also known as the gateway to the shopping district, and in the winter a traditional German Christmas market is set up here.

Enjoy the beautiful and culture-rich Bavarian city of Munich!