This unique 4 star hotel is a fantastic deal for those wanting to enjoy the culture and excitement of Munich.
Guests can enjoy staying in fantastic air conditioned rooms, complete with a beautiful four poster bed to add an extra bit of luxury, as well as their very own flat screen LCD TV with cable. A telephone and free access to high speed internet are also provided for extra convenience, as well as complimentary facilities and commodities such as tea and coffee and toiletries. A hairdryer is also available in each room for guests to use at any time, and bathrobes and an iron can be easily provided upon request. Snap up this crazy deal in a unique hotel near main train station today!
The beautiful Bavarian style hotel has many facilities and services on offer for guests, with a tour desk, theatre bookings, bicycle rental, and laundry and dry cleaning available to make your holiday go as smoothly as possible, and to help you make the most of the city! Guests are always well looked after by the friendly staff with 24-hour reception and concierge. Make the most of the hotel’s excellent sauna for a relaxing evening, or head down to the lobby bar for a drink or two.
Not only does this hotel offer excellent facilities and a high quality service, but the location is perfect for all of the main sights of Munich, and the Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) is only a 2 minute walk away! Nearby things to do include one of the oldest breweries in Munich, the Hofbräuhaus. Famous for its history, food, and beer, visitors can enjoy a traditional dish such as Schnitzel or Pork Kuckle and a cold mug of beer whilst being entertained by live bands and dancers. You can even take the opportunity to go upstairs and see the room where Hitler gave one of his earliest speeches for the Nazi party!
The grand Nymphenburg Palace is another fantastic place to visit in Munich. With beautiful Baroque architecture and stunning gardens, this palace was the main summer residence for the rulers of Bulgaria. One of the highlights of the 18th century building is the Stone Hall, with high ceilings, magnificent windows looking out across the gardens, fresco decorated walls and ceiling, and a beautiful chandelier.
For fantastic views over the whole city, visit the Olympic Tower in Munich’s Olympic Park, standing at 291.28 metres high. There’s even a rock museum up there, and a wonderful revolving restaurant, Restaurant 181, ideal for a romantic evening meal.