Beautiful and cozy hotel in the heart of Munich. Couldn't be more central. Not very soundproof, but on the other hand it is a super nice, old building with high ceilings, carefully renovated. The staff is friendly, however not too communicative. Breakfast is served in the adjacent restaurant, which is not very busy in the morning, so that you can relax and enjoy breakfast without a rush. For breakfast there is little choice, but good quality at a fair price. Maybe an interesting alternative to standard breakfast buffets.
The staff was great, extremely helpful finding a facility for me when I needed to get medical care. The room was daily spacious and the bathroom was very big. Also, parking validation was nice perk!!!
Loved this hotel. Nice location, fairly priced, clean, updated decor. However had to keep windows open due to temperatures and then kept getting woken up with street noises. I would definitely stay here again but ask for room on non-street side.
I stay every year in this hotel for the festival opera and I am always well received. The room is small but perfect. The bed is confortable, the bathroom is convenient and clean. The breakfast is good and copious.
I stayed here when traveling to Munich last year. It was an OK experience, but it was brought down by one thing: not being very handicapped accessible. Here's more about my experience: The hotel is a historic part of Munich which is filled with places of worship and restaurants, so you're in a great location. You're also near the Victauls Farmers Market which is also really great. Now to the grounds of the hotel, the lobby is very nice and well-kept. The lobby is slightly dated, but well-kept. The big problem is the elevator, which is so small you can't fit a wheelchair in there. You can't fit in more than 2 people either. Wheelchairs have to be carried up and down steps for them to be moved around the hotel, this is a major inconvenience for anyone who uses one. The staff was very nice throughout and seemed very concerned when we talked about our problems with handicapped accessibility. The rooms were OK but small, and this is where more problems come into play with handicapped accessibility. The room was so small and cramped you couldn't fit a wheelchair in there. This is another major inconvenience for disabled individuals. I pretty much did everything from my bed or from the desk. The sleep I got was pretty good but please note there are lots of sounds nearby., including church bells so you might want to close the window before you go to sleep. In conclusion, this hotel is in a good area and the staff is great but I can't truly recommend this hotel, especially since it's not very handicapped accessible. It's still doable though.…