Glad I took some time locating this hotel it was well worth it. Regular direct tram connection every 5-10 minutes and only three stops from Hauptbahnhoff. (Central Station) 10-15 mins walk to the Tollwood site and 10 mins walk (two tram stops) to the Augustiner Keller which has a great atmosphere and good well priced food and beer all served quickly. The hotel was clean and the public areas in traditional style but bright and appealing. Our room and beds very comfortable suited our requirements perfectly. The only negative is the traffic noise when the window is open to allow fresh air into the room. Would rate this hotel 9 out of 10. and would certainly reccomend. The Christmas markets in Munich were lovely but a day trip to Nurenberg was definately worth a day trip too.
"Tiny room, awkward stairs to floor/room, no wifi"
It was an ok hotel. Ive been to Europe many times, and am used to small rooms. This was tiny. The other 2 I went with were shocked. (We did add a 3rd bed/cot but barely fit and could not open balcony door) Couldnt get wifi in the room and we were right above lobby. As international traveler without cell service, we rely on wifi to communicate. And check weather. The cot/roll away bed was very uncomfortable.
The staff was nice, had tourist map, helped point out places of interest. Since couldnt get wifi in room 1 floor above, we sat in the dining room. She let us until she had to lock up at leave at 10pm.
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The hotel Tessin Garni is a small, privately run and centrally located property in Munich. Since its vicinity to the …More
I was pleased with this hotel. Often we feel like we pay for more than what we use the room for. We didn't didn't spend much time in the room and only crashed there. Given how much rooms were in the old city, this was a good value.
Travelling during the summer can be really hot. We were on the 4th floor and had no mini fan. It was hard to cool down. It's a long way up since there are no elevators. Especially when you've been out all day and night.
A formerly independent locality older than Munich, Laim is a residential quarter located just south of the Nymphenburg Palace. The Laimer Anger is the historical centre, with the 14th century church of St Ulrich opposite. The Rex Kino, on Agricolaplatz, is Munich's oldest cinema. Laim also has a beer garden and a weekly farmer's market.
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