This fantastic 4 star Top Secret Hotel is in an excellent location and ideal for enjoying the wonderful city of Munich. Rooms are bright and spacious, with lovely furnishings, and are fully air conditioned to ensure comfort all year round. Extra touches such as complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee and a bathrobe make a stay here all the more special. Guests, at this brand new design hotel in top location, can enjoy the use of their very own flat screen LCD TV with cable, as well as free internet access in every room. A telephone is provided for guests’ convenience, and there’s even a hairdryer so you don’t have to pack your own!
The hotel itself has excellent facilities and helpful and friendly staff, helping to make your stay more enjoyable. Reception is open for 24 hours, and there is also a night porter. Facilities include a luggage room and parking, as well as Wifi. For a relaxing evening, head down to the fantastic lobby bar and try one of the drinks on offer. Guests should also make the most of the hotel’s very own wellness centre, complete with a sauna. There is also a state of the art gym for those that want to keep up with exercise!
The location of this hotel is perfect for sightseeing and fun activities across the whole of the city, being in the city centre and close to the central train station. Take a trip to the amazing Pinakothek art museum, located minutes away in the museum quarter of Munich. Being one of the oldest museums in the world, the gallery is a must see, housing one of the most famous collections of Old Master paintings.
An alternative fantastic museum to see is the Deutsches Museum, one of the world’s largest science musuems! This is a great attraction, with around 28,000 exhibited objects in the field of technology and makes for a great day out, especially if you have kids, as there are plenty of fun and interactive things to do!
The Munich Botanischer Garten is a great place to get away from the hustle an bustle of the city for a day, with over 52 acres of beautiful flowers, from rare tropical plants in specially designed grand humid greenhouses to the evergreen mountain forest. It’s also famous for its leading scientific research in the areas such as phonological studies (studies of the flowering and fruiting times of plants).