Located east of the city centre and less than 30km away from J. Strauss Flughafen Munchen airport, this 4 star Hot Rate Hotel provides guests with superb business and leisure facilities.
Guests with their own private transport are welcome to park at the property free of charge, and there are a number of public transport stations located within walking distance from the hotel as well. Complimentary high speed Internet access is provided for all guests and is accessible from bedrooms, allowing you to surf the web for business or leisure purposes from the comfort of your room. Other leisure facilities include a stunning indoor swimming pool, where guests can enjoy a relaxing swim before or after exploring the many sights that Munich has to offer. For those visiting the city on business there is a well-equipped Business Centre on site, as well as a superb restaurant serving a range of delicious cuisine.
A great way to explore the many sights that Munich has to offer and to get some great exercise is to enjoy a Munich Bike Tour. Starting at the Central Train station, your knowledgeable guide will guide you round the city at a relaxed pace and take you to some of the city’s iconic landmarks, including the Odeonsplatz, the beautiful Englischer Garten, and the churches and markets that are located close to the Marienplatz. The tours include a number of rest stops, including at the famous Chinese Tower beer garden, allowing you to take the tour at a relaxed pace and to make the most of the sights you will be visiting. The beauty of a Munich Bike Tour is that if you ever want to learn or see more of a particular destination, you can always visit it after your Bike Tour and spend more time there!
One of the stops on the Bike Tour is Marienplatz, a popular area for locals and tourists due to the wealth of attractions and character that this small place provides. Here you can find the iconic Mary’s Column, which was built in 1638 to commemorate a victory over the Swedish army during the Thirty Years’ War. The New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) is a popular spot for tourists to gather to witness the Glockenspiel, with its intricate design of statues and gargoyles that make an intimidating sight. There is a fantastic café here as well, where you can enjoy superb seats to a show that tells the story of a knight’s tournament to celebrate the marriage of Duke Wilhelm V in 1568.
Have a fantastic time in Munich!