The "apartment" room that we were in had this strange ceiling thing going on. It was on the top floor, and the roof slope cut into the room. If you looked at the footprint of the room, it looked like a really big room, but with the ceiling cutting down into the room at these angles, it made literally almost half the room too short to walk in. On my side of the bed, I had to duck my head to walk through there. Overall, not a big deal, but I almost smacked my head on one occasion. It would have been nice if they could have architected that room a little better.
Our room here was "the apartment" (I actually think there's more than one apartment). It had a little kitchen area (which we didn't use at all), a nice sized bathroom (with a decent sized shower), and a good sized bedroom area.
The location of this hotel is good, as long as you don't expect to be within walking distance of the main old city area of Munich. However, it's about a five minute walk from the U-Bahn station, and getting into the old town area takes a total of about, maybe, 15 to 20 minutes. The neighborhood where the hotel is (Bogenhausen) is nice. It's a residential area, and it seemed to us to be a fairly nice area (relative to a lot of areas we've seen, in the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean, etc.). We felt completely safe there, no matter what time of the day or night we walked around there. And there's free parking on the street right in front of the hotel, which was a nice bonus, being in a big city.
The breakfast room is nice, and they had a relatively decent spread. The wait staff didn't speak any English, but I speak enough German where I was able to order coffee, etc., so it wasn't a problem at all.