Booking Agent Description: Ideally located right behind Dam Square, this historic 4-star venue puts you within walking distance of the city’s main highlights. The square itself is home to various bars, food stalls and shops for you to sample, and there’s seemingly always something going on here. Free wi-fi can be accessed in each spacious and stylish room. The recently renovated brasserie offers delicious lunch and dinner dishes plus a great selection of wines and beers.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.
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This hotel in the museum district of Munich is perfect for any stay, whether for work or leisure. Sink into a warm comfortable bed at the end of a long day of exploring the city, take in the brilliant decor, and even enjoy a delicious either full or continental breakfast each morning, provided by the hotel free of charge! Guests will also find that free high speed internet is provided in each room. Just bring an internet capable device, and instantly connect to your friends or family, share pictures of your time in Munich, or reply to a few work emails. For an excellent meal, look no further than the hotel’s very own in-house restaurant, offering a terrific selection of food and drink, all freshly prepared and finely cooked. The kind and friendly staff in the hotel are always on hand and ready to help should guests have any queries regarding their stay, or even for tips about the surrounding area!
Situated right in the museum district, some of the city’s best museums are just a short walk away. One of the most popular museums in the area is the Alte Pinakothek, a fascinating art museum, and one of the oldest galleries in the world. With a large array of unique art throughout the museum, including one of a kind collections of Gothic through Rococo German paintings, and more world-class collections on many Italian masters, art lovers are sure to enjoy this museum. After exploring the museums in the same district, make sure you visit the Marienplatz, known as the heart of the city, The Square’s beautiful architecture, stunning monument and selection of shops make this square the best starting point for those hoping to discover the city – make sure you’re in the square at 11am or 5pm to experience the Glockenspiele whirr into life in the central clocktower. With shows and spectacles, there’s always something to see in this bustling square!
At 38 Amalien Strasse, guests will find one the finest restaurants in the area, serving exquisite, delicious food and providing excellent service and an unbeatable atmosphere. The Italian restaurant ‘Limoni’ is a nice change from the traditional German cuisine, and definitely won’t disappoint guests when it comes to fine dining. From the bruschetta to the mains, this top restaurant ticks every box, and is sure to satisfy the taste buds. We recommend this restaurant for a romantic evening, or even for business purposes.
Make sure you don’t miss an unbeatable offer at this English Garden – Museum District – University area hotel!