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Friendly staff, good facilities. Room very hot at night! But other than that, all really good.
Great Breakfast ! Ultra convenient for the Hauptbahnhof
Nice staff, very clean rooms, everything was fine. The kitchen is downstairs and can be a little tricky to get to, but it is not much of a problem at all. Enjoyed our stay here.
It was in a very convenient place. The kitchen could be better.
This property was advertised as a hostel, I would better describe it as a 2 start hotel. Private room with full bath. Not very big but it was private. We way over paid, but that was a function of the timing of our stay in Munich rather than the property itself.
This hostel feels like it’s in the middle of nowhere! But it’s actually only a ten minute walk to the train station. It was very clean and I was lucky enough to have my own room so it was a good night sleep for me too! As hostels go, it was quiet. This was probably because of the location. I only ...
I liked the location. It was a heat wave so the top floor was a sweat box.
The hostle was perfect for a one night stay. Doors a very noisy and in the morning quite annoying. Also we missed the sink in the bathroom
The receptionist that served me was amazing wish I had her name to share. I had lost my luggage arriving in Munich and the whole staff were so lovely and supportive.
Amazing. If I ever travel back to Munich, this will be my first choice
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Doing Bavaria's capital on a budget can be a real joy, thanks to the fun-filled experience that hostels in Munich put on the beer-soaked menu. You can find these low-cost stays in some of the most alluring corners of the city, from the cobbled streets and bratwurst stalls of the Altstadt to the grand gardens of the Schloss Nymphenburg. They always promise plenty of bang for your buck, touting eight-bed dormitories and cosy double rooms alike. What's more, hostels in Munich are great for getting a taste of Bavaria's famous beer – it's often sold in on-site bars with welcome price reductions during happy hour. And these are excellent places for meeting fellow travellers, just in case you're seeking a sightseeing partner for those jaunts down to the elegant Odeonsplatz and beyond.
Aside from promising to help you save extra euros for those steins of Bavarian beer in the Englischer Garten, hostels in Munich can also be a perfect pick for young and adventurous travellers. Cue the buzzy atmosphere that takes over in the on-site bars and lounge spaces. Some run their own evening pub crawls, serve taste bud-tingling ales and German wurst, and have bottles of schnapps ready and waiting. There are other hostels that can entice couples with their bargain double rooms – something affordable, simple and perfectly located for launching romantic strolls through the stunning Nymphenburg Palace or central parks. A few sleek design hostels also pop up, touting minimalist interiors and a touch of the Bauhaus.
To make your travels in Munich all the more unforgettable, you can also make use of other extras that come with hostels. Shared kitchens are commonly available. You can cook up meals made from local Bavarian ingredients in those, all while sharing stories and travel tips with fellow backpackers. It's normal to have a reception desk on hand, too, which is great for when you go in search of the most famous beer halls to drink at, bike rentals, restaurant recommendations and the like.
You could just be spoiled for choice when it comes to picking that hostel in Munich. Budget stays pepper all sorts of areas in the city. The a&o Munchen Laim might seem like it's a little far out on the western side of town, but it's actually perfect for hitting the gorgeous gardens and regal court rooms of the great Nymphenburg Palace, not to mention for hopping on trains that rattle down to Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Bavarian Alps – a day of hiking or skiing, perhaps? Wombat's CITY HOSTEL has garnered near-legendary status in the heart of Munich, touting a rollicking bar and breezy common room, all close to the main train station and the Altstadt. Then comes Haus International Hostel, nestled into quiet blocks to the north, a pleasant walk from the beer gardens and green lawns of the famous Englischer Garten park.