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Luxurious rooms, and the famous Matsuhisa, Munich restaurant are featured at this 5-star hotel in the heart of Munich's Old Town.
Haus im Tal has free bikes, fitness center, a terrace and bar in Munich.
Conveniently located in the center of Munich, Hotel MIO by AMANO provides air-conditioned rooms, a terrace, free WiFi and a bar. This 3-star hotel offers luggage storage space.
Featuring a shared lounge, a terrace as well as a bar, Hotel Altmünchen by Blattl is located in the center of Munich, a few steps from Sendlinger Tor.
Offering a male-only paid sauna, a 24-hour front desk, and a rooftop terrace with city views, gay friendly Hotel Deutsche Eiche is centrally located in Munich. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
This family-run hotel is in a quiet side street in the center of the city, just a 3-minute walk from Munich Main Train Station and Karlsplatz Square. Free Wi-Fi is included.
Located directly at the historic Viktualienmarkt marketplace in Munich city center, this environmentally friendly hotel features a gym, 24-hour reception and free WiFi.
Newly opened in March 2011, this family-run hotel is just a 6-minute walk from Munich Central Station. Hotel Demas City offers daily buffet breakfasts and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Buddy Hotel offers centrally-located accommodations in Munich. The hotel concept combines lean services and smart technologies.
The Centro Hotel Mondial is located in central Munich, just 164 feet from the Sendlinger Tor Underground Station. It offers modern rooms, free WiFi and a daily breakfast buffet.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Hotel Der Tannenbaum offers accommodation in Munich, 650 metres from German Theater. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.
This centrally located hotel is just a 1-minute walk from Munich’s Pedestrian Area, Old Town and Sendlinger Tor Underground Station. It offers modern rooms with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.
This hotel is located at the Sendlinger Tor Gate in Munich’s Old Town. Motel One features free Wi-Fi, designer rooms and a trendy lounge offering 24-hour drinks and snacks.
This elegant hotel in central Munich offers rooms with specially designed furniture and flat-screen TVs and a stylish wine bar. The famous Marienplatz square is a 5-minute walk away.
This historic, 4-star hotel in central Munich offers rooms with free WiFi, and a rich breakfast buffet every day. Marienplatz Square is just a 5-minute walk away.
Design- und Kunsthotel München features free WiFi throughout the property and views of city in Munich.
Just 2 underground stops from Munich Central Station, this hotel lies in the lively Glockenbachviertel district. Elegant rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows are provided at the Hotel Olympic.
Ideally located in the center of Munich, WDREI Hotel has air-conditioned rooms, free bikes and free WiFi.
Just 1640 feet from the Bavarian State Opera, this nonsmoking hotel in Munich offers luxury apartments, a pretty courtyard with rose garden, free WiFi in all areas and some modern spa facilities.
In a quiet part of central Munich, this charming hotel offers a pretty courtyard and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. Marienplatz Square is just a 10-minute walk away.
Located in the very heart of Munich city center, Hotel Bayer’s offers contemporary accommodations just 984 feet from Munich Main Station. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the 3-star hotel.
Really enjoy Marienplatz. Would recommend taking the lift up the Bell Tower to get a view of the city centre. Right opposite the City Hall they also have a huge bakery - recommend getting the giant pretzel. Also if you walk away from Marienplatz with the City Hall on your right, there is also a lovely souvenir shop with authentic wooden cuckoo clocks and Christmas decorations inside. Little gem. And don't forget to visit the very expensive chocolate shop called Ladarach - worth every penny. Recommend the blueberry and raspberry chocolate tray x
Legendary spot in Munich and a must when visiting. We had an unfortunate experience at the first restaurant we chose with an extremely rude waitress but we soon forgot about it when we moved on to the next restaurant, where we were well looked after. The walking tours in Munich start here and I would advise anyone who wants to get a taste of this fabulous city, especially if on a short stay, to book a tour.
One of the only original bits of the city. Chillingly the Town Hall and Cathedral were left standing to guide the bombers to other targets. How many beautiful building would have been left if it were not for the war ... what a waste. Much of the city has been reconstructed including some of Marienplatz which is the heart of the city and where many tours start.
Many web guides said that clockpiel show at 11 - 12 and 17 hours. Not always works for 17 hours. There is an announcement at entrance on new building declaring schedule for show. So you can organice your visit. Try to be behind the monument of virgen So nobody block your view. Are only 8 minutes to enjoy. If you has opportunity to visit Munich in december you will enjoy the christmas markets too.
The musical workings of the main tower clock were a feature for the Marienplatz. Patisserie in the square " RISCHART " had the best selection of cakes and pastries, their Tiramisu was in my opinion better than we have had in Italy. Huge servings for 3 Euros and great coffee. Well worth a visit.
One of the main tourist square where one can get everything, from shopping to culture, to cathedral & churches plus cafe, restaurants & bars dotted all along the area... most of the square is vehicle free, which is great as one can walk with ease...