Location is ok, but quite a walk to UBahn split between two stations. Room description is confusing, most rooms dont have bath, or fridge or kettle - VERY BAD. Free water was only provided on one day of stay. Restaurant is ok although menu is a little limited. Wine choice excellent.
Enjoyed having a quiet spot to retreat to after Octoberfest festivities. Easy access to the subway, 4 stops to central station and short walk to Octoberfest. Very friendly and helpful staff and convenient having the grocery store right there.
Very convenient hotel for public transport. Hotel lobby was being renovated at time of our visit which meant we had to use a back entrance. Breakfast excellent. Rooms spacious and clean. Hotel staff very helpful as we had problem with wifi connection and they offered us another room.
Great hotel and v central for Olympic park and transport to the center of Munich.The trams ran from the bottom of the road which helped our weekend break.
Hotel lovely and staff very pleasant.Only down fault we did not get any new water in the room once we had used our bottle.Maid just put top on.There was no tea bags either in the room.Plenty of coffee
worth a visit the Olympic park tour with guide.Lasted over 1 hour guide brilliant as she had to speak in English and German.We were then able to stay in the park and walk round the edge to see the Olympic flame. Wasn't that visible
due to scaffolding from an event.
Worth going up the tower and having coffee and cake and enjoying the rotation of the tower so you can see all of Munich.
Worth buying a partner card for all modes of transport.60 Euros for 4 days.which included airport travel.
Worth going to to the beer keller for an evening.V busy so get there early.Food worth the wait.
The bakery next to hotel,was great for pastries and coffee and people watching..
I'm now 65, and I travel once a year to Germany. This hotel was easy to find, convenient to public transportation, and exactly as promised in the Expedia listing. I particularly liked the kitchenette because I like to have light morning and evening meals in the room, and with an Edeka around the corner, shopping was also convenient. One review I read complained about the small bathroom, but because it was clean, functional, and well supplied, the size was not a problem for me. It was efficent, comfortable, and immaculate. Last visit to Munich I stayed at leonardo hotel on the other side of town. Ghotel was by far the better place for me. My ground floor room at the Leonardo had zero soundproofing, and hordes of smoking visitors arrived after midnight, yelling and laughing as they slammed doors and discussed their next day's activities. The soundproofinng at Ghotel was perfect and there was no smoking odor coming through the door at night, as at the Leonardo. If I visit Munich again, the Ghotel Nymplenburg will be my choice. 100% satisfied!!
Clean hotel, good breakfast, excellent links by public transport to city. Several options for eating out within walking distance. Our room faced on to main road, which was a concern when we arrived in the midst of evening rush hour, but we found that traffic died down as the evening wore on and we had a good night's sleep. Would use again for a stopover.
Although we only ended up staying one night at this hotel, we enjoyed the experience. The lobby is very attractive, the front desk staff was friendly, helpful and spoke excellent English (along with German, of course, and probably several other languages).
The room was great -- long and relatively narrow, but much larger than many urban hotels in Europe. There was plenty of room for two people, and although the hotel said that the room wasn't suitable for three people there was more than enough room for a rollaway bed.
The breakfast buffet was very complete and well laid out. My only disappointment was that there were no tables available on the terrace as I would have enjoyed eating there.
The former summer residence of Bavarian royalty, the baroque Palace Nymphenburg is set in a 200-acre park with other stately buildings including the Pagodenburg and Badenburg pavilions, the Magdalenenklause, and the Amalienburg hunting lodge. To the north are Munich’s Botanical Gardens while to the east is the Hirschgarten. Neuhausen is also a smart residential area.
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