I stayed in Arcona for 5 weeks in the Junior Suite - it had a kitchennete, a huge bathroom, and a nice bed. It was very comfortable, and always clean- the bed even has this cool glowing backlight! I would definitely stay again, and it was close to the Ubahn (about a 6 minute walk) so that made the city very accessible. I never ate at the restaurant which was a bit on the pricey side.
Overall great hotel with a very friendly staff. The hotel is within walking distance of Olympiapark and short drive from the central train station. A few restaurants are on the same street however I would highly recommend Raffus Wirsthaus which is a few streets over. My only complaint about my stay is that the beds are a little uncomfortable however everything else was great.
Just a tip, if you take a cab do not expect them to know where this hotel is by the name. I made the mistake of telling my first cab driver Mercure Olympiapark and he took us to the actual Olympiapark where there are hotels as well.
Had a fantastic experience at this hotel. The staff were very friendly and spoke great English. Keen to help. The room was very comfortable with free mini bar of 2 beers and 2 water. Free WiFi. Free coffee in the foyer along with newspaper. Have the facility to cook in the room and supplies, food and drink, could be purchased in the supermarket next door. My room had a terrace, did not use but would be something lovely in better weather. The self service breakfast was amazing, felt full all day, do not eat if you want to have lunch, they have the option of a mini breakfast for that occasion. Eat in the Italian next door on the night of arrival, fabulous. Felt safe walking in the area. Very beautiful this time of year, October, with the leaves turning. Had a beauty salon, fitness centre and sauna that I did not use but when I come back will do so. Make a request if you need a robe and slippers. Had quite a detailed information in the arrival pack. Very near the centre of Munich and the main attractions. Is near one of the best beer gardens but did not get the chance to try it out. When I booked this hotel it was one of the cheapest option so did not expect much, got so much more and would definitely stay again
We loved this hotel, we had a room with a kitchenette, made a world of difference to me who likes an early morning cuppa. The staff were very helpful, spoke brilliant English. Landury room available with washers & driers €2 for washing not sure about drying. The hotel has quite big renovations going on at the moment but staff checked in that everything was okay & the workmen were polite & quiet in the morning & usually gone by the time we got back in the late afternoon. The city is a bit of a walk away but the Uban is easy to use. Highly recommend.
Nymphenburg is a clean, comfortable hotel, with friendly and helpful staff. It's really easy to find on a major road, and only a short ride into town on the U-bahn train.
The gingerbread heart awaiting us on arrival was a nice touch.
The only downside to this hotel is that there isn't much nearby. There are a couple of pizza places, restaurants attached to other hotels on the street, and an Indian restaurant, but for anything else you need to go further.
This wasn't a problem for us - we walked the ~5 minutes to the station and headed into town very quickly and easily. The hotel serves coffee and drinks as well as breakfast, and reception is 24 hours. It's just not a neighbourhood with much going on, so you can't take an atmospheric stroll aroind from your doorstep.
Generally good hotel, with excellent staff and great breakfast. The room was a little dated and I got a twin instead of the double I'd booked in advance though. A short walk from the main action of the town, near the Lowenbrau brewery, it was quiet and good for relaxing in the mornings with no undue noise, but very close to the U-Bhan if you didn't want walk 20 minutes to the centre of Munich. Everyone at the hotel was very polite and helpful, meaning I had a pleasant stay and received any assistance required.
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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