The hotel itself was great. We had an executive room that was very large and clean. The Illy coffee maker was wonderful and I usually hate the pod style coffee makers. Directly across the street from the main station. Our check in representative was exceptionally helpful, gave us maps and directions, checked our bag until our room was ready. Unfortunately, when we came back to collect our room keys we found out that the room did not have beds for three as we booked, 2 adults and a 7-year old child. They said our son would sleep in the bed with us. The bed was two twins pushed together (normal European king sized bed), but the beds didn't stay together. When my son laid on it he fell between the beds. He ended up sleeping on the couch with a bath robe and a coverlet from our bed. The evening manager was very unprofessional in dealings with a customer next to us, smirking and laughing at her concerns, and again when he came to speak with us. They wanted to charge 80 euro for a separate bed and 60 euro for extra sheets for our son. Both completely unreasonable when we marked the number of people in the room properly, including entering his age. We have been to over 40 countries, we have never had this type of experience unless we booked with an infant or toddler. It put a sour taste in our mouths about this hotel as his sleeping accommodations should have been included in the initial reservation.
Traveller from Germany
This modern, centrally located hotel lies directly opposite Munich's main train station and within 500 metres of the old town …More
I enjoyed my stay here. The staff were nice and accommodating, and the facilities met my expectation.
The hotel is next to the main train terminal which means you can get around quite easily. The train station has a few quick bite restaurants and stores, and is VERY nice for a train terminal - top quality.
I'm not sure of restaurants within walking distance because we took the train everywhere we needed to go because it was very easy and convenient.
The room was large based on European standards but small compared to western standards. Nicely outfitted with a compartmental Euro feel. No luxury but clean, practical and comfortable.
There is a restaurant on-site as well and a bar and lounge. We took advantage of the bar during our stay but the restaurant was quite busy when we wanted to go so I can't comment on that. The drinks are standard hotel prices (10 to 15 Euros per drink) but they were good.
All of the staff we encountered were very nice with the exception of one front desk worker who made us feel like we were bothering him when we asked questions. Other than that everyone from housekeeping to doorman to concierge to reception was amazingly nice and helpful.
We had breakfast in the hotel one morning - it was great. My husband and I shared the full breakfast and it was way more than enough.
The only downside to me was that the only English channel on the TV was a news station and there was no way to add subtitles to the stations like other Euro hotels.
Located a few steps from Munich's main train station with direct connections to Neue Messe Exhibition Center and Munich …More
I stay here often when I come to Nuremberg - it's right at the airport, but unlike most airport hotels they really welcome you and look after you. The staff are brilliant, kind considerate and can't do enough. The rooms are large, spacious and comfortable, the breakfast is generous, well prepared and laid out. Just an example of the extra care they offer: I didn't have time to use the gym before I left in the morning, but the check-in clerk kindly cut me a key when I came back in the afternoon, even though I had actually already checked out. A really great hotel.
Traveller from Chesham
Located in Nordstadt, this eco-friendly hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Stadtpark, Nuremberg Castle, and Frauenkirche. St …More
"Nice clean hotel walking distance to the airport."
Fantastic experience at Hilton Munich Airport. Staff was great. It is walking distance to the airport & all the facilities there. There is a drugstore, grocery store, lots of restaurants with a covered outside atrium area. Loved it!
Traveller from Seattle
Designed by Chicago architect Helmut Jahn, this “transparent” glass-and-steel hotel is inside the Munich Airport building …More