The Atel Condor is in the heart of Munich in the Bavarian region which makes it an excellent choice for family travel as well as for leisure and business. In the vicinity of the hotel are a wealth of dining options as well as recreation. The access and transport are available from here are very good and you can reach different parts of the city with ease.
This small gorge of the Wimmbach river is a wonder of nature. Located in the Berchtesgaden National Park, it's not highly publicized in guides or in the area's tourist offices, so there's not normally a lot of people around and you can visit with tranquility.
I've been to this hotel as well as the other called Hotel Fantasia, and both were magnificent. The employees are very good, and attentive to make your stay unforgettable. A few speak Spanish, but they still try to understand you as best they can. There is no better place around Fussen, you will not regret choosing this hotel for the world.
I spent one night at the Modern Hotel and I was glad it was only one. The hotel has basically only two virtues the location is downtown and the cleanliness of the bathroom and sheets. That does not mean that the overall cleanliness is one of its strengths, in contrast, the carpet and the walls are inexplicably dirty, but appreciated that the dirt didn't stretch to the beds.
The town of Hohenbrunn's has no great interest because as it lies on the outskirts of Munich at just 20 minutes by train, it is like a neighbourhood of Munich which is fully residential and quiet. We spent one night at the hotel Scharmerhof because we were making our way to our next destination, but our stay was pleasant and we had absolutely no problems. The hotel is small and humble but it's alright, everything is very clean and the beds are very comfortable with big soft pillows. Breakfast is a buffet that lacks nothing, apart from perhaps espresso instead of filter coffee but this is very common in hotels. There were sausages, many cereals bread, cheese, fruit, cereal, milk, fruit juices, all in a small sitting room which was designed in a chalet style. At the time of paying, it was a bit difficult to find the owners, in fact, the hotel is a little ghost-like and the service is just ok, but not extraordinary and is often difficult to find them when you need something. In the pictures you can see the German beers distributor machine of many types, a curiosity of the hotel.
Once in Munich, we stayed at the hotel Leonardo Boutique Savoy Hotel Munich, which is in the university area. The hotel's quality to price ratio is good, even though what stands out a little bit to me is that the bathrooms are very small and there's no free wifi.
It's 15 minutes walk from the center, even though you have a metro stop closer than anything called Marientsplatz.
The Ringhotel Arch is a 4-star hotel, which was built in the 12th century. It is located in the heart of Regensburg, in the bow of one of the most beautiful Patricias houses . Guests can enjoy a wonderful view over the roofs of Regensburg from their rooms, which are tastefully decorated and have excellent facilities for a very comfortable stay.
Hotel Schleuse is located next to a small, quiet creek a few kilometers from Munich. The room was very spacious and decorated with brand new furniture. Parking and wifi were also included in the price. One drawback - don't carry too much luggage because you'll have to pay a bellhop to bring it up to your room if your on the upper floor.
The Resort Hotel Jodquellenhof is directly connected to the Alpamare Waterpark and Endless Peak indoor surfing, which is the first establishment of its kind in Europe. This unique water park can be used without limit and it's FREE! In addition, the hotel provides towels that are placed in every room.
The Resort Hotel Jodquellenhof Alpamare is directly connected to the Alpamare Waterpark and Endless Peak, the first indoor surfing pool in Europe. The use of this unique water park is limitless and complimentary. In addition, the hotel provides towels in every room.
The Hotel-Pension Quellenhof is a rural establishment in Bad Reichenhall, in Upper Bavaria, Germany. It's next to the famous Rupertus thermal baths. There is a total of 10 spacious rooms with mountain views or garden views. All of the hotel's rooms are adequately equipped with cable TV, free Internet access and clock radios. The accommodation offers its guests complimentary outdoor parking, a beautiful garden with a terrace and shuttle service to the train station or airport, but you do have to pay for it.
Kur-und Sporthotel Concordia is located in the spa town of Oberstaufen in Bavaria, Germany, 1km from the railway station. The Alpine-style hotel has 64 rooms over three floors which are fully equipped for your comfort. They offer balconies with mountain views. The hotel has a spa service, swimming pool, gym, bar, restaurant and tariffed internet. Bicycles can be hired for touring the area, zeppelin rides and sporting activities such as hiking, horseback riding and hot air ballooning.
Shortly after it started to snow I couldn't resist the temptation of going out with my panoramic camera to see the surroundings of my outdoor setting of this isolated hotel. I recommend it to you only if you have a vehicle at your disposal or if you don't mind walking for a good while to the nearest train station.
The A & O City Hauptbahnhof is located in the beautiful city of Munich and enjoys an excellent location, just a few minutes from the railway station as well as the major shopping area at Karlsplatz Strachus. The hotel has a full bar as well as a play and recreation room.
The Euro Youth Hostel is not one of those typical places that you can find in your guide or recommended on minube, but it is a very good option if you want to sleep in a cheap spot in Munich, a city in which you are going to leave € € in other tasks (for example, beer, transport or eating). It's located next to the train station, do not be fooled by the neighborhood in which there is everything, because Munich is one of the safest cities in Europe, and the neighborhood where the train station is always has some strange characters all over the world. As for the hostel, you have shared and private rooms. I've stayed in a double room with private bathroom for about 70 € per night with breakfast for two included. The room is simple, with basic decor (a huge closet with safe), television, telephone, dining table, and it even had a sofa. The rooms were very clean and tended to every day. Breakfast is quite varied but also simple, but you have a bit of everything, sweet, salty, cereal, fruit ... The atmosphere of the hostel is very, very, very lively, so if you are not willing to live with touristy drunkards on the weekend grab yourself some earplugs. If you are unlucky (as I was) to have a room on the first floor, avoid it, if possible. There were some hotels in the area which looked pretty good and I'm sure they were also cheap.
The Innside Premium Hotel München Schwabing is a four star hotel in the district in Munich in Bavaria, Germany. The trendy area of the city of Munich is at the foot of the Highlight Towers. It's avant-garde and ultramodern, was designed by star architect Helmut Jahn and it offers 160 studio apartments and suites with air conditioned rooms with queen and king-sized beds.
Positive aspects: 1. Its strategic location is close to the main tourist attractions of the city. 2. It's very spacious and comfortable. 3. The bathroom is great (especially the electronic blinds, the floor to ceiling windows and ultramodern rainshower bathrooms). In April the breakfast buffet is varied and high-quality. In May the staff is very nice.
Negatives aspects: 1. The WiFi is not free. If the customer has a broadband cable you can connect, but you'll have to pay for it. 2. It is more a business hotel than a hotel for tourists or couples.
Nuremberg station is huge and busy, and the square is full of hotels. The A & O is less than five minutes walk from the station. The reception area is huge, with a games area with a pool table and foosball table, bar, living room area, coffee machines and vending machines for ice cream and drinks, and computers with internet access (the wifi is free). They have a terrace bar on the top floor with views over the city. The buffet breakfast is very complete and varied for 6 €.
Expensive for what it offers, but during holiday season, the prices of the few hotels in the city soar. The room is quiet, clean, and new, but it is tiny, even the bathroom. No closet for clothes and other amenities that a hotel that costs more than 100 euros a night should provide. Breakfast adequate but there's a wait as there aren't enough tables for the customers willing to start the day with breakfast.
This four-star hotel is located on the southern edge of Ingolstadt, seven kilometers from the historic center of the city, which is known for its wide variety of buildings of heritage interest. The hotel offers seventy-one modern rooms, some with Internet access and two meeting rooms for up to sixty people, free parking right in front of the building, and a restaurant with regional specialties.
As soon as I saw this hotel from the outside, I was pleasantly surprised because the hotel facade isn't missing a single color. The interior is also very tastefully decorated, with things such as small colored windows connecting the bathroom and the main room. Overall, a very "alive" hotel that's decorated with a youthful feeling and it has a fresh breakfast buffet. During our stay we were serenaded by music of the students that were passing by the piano Hotel. The overall interior concept appealed to me very much. As far as free time goes, the reception staff kindly told me about all the activities I could do, but we could also look at some other things on our laptop, as the hotel provides a wifi network. Also if you have time, in the rooms there's a digital satellite channel, called q in Germany :-) By the way, if offers a good price for something cozy and special, I recommend this hotel, I'll say again.
Built in 1967 & remodeled in 1999, the hotel is located in the town of Murnau in Bavaria, Germany. Surrounded by pure nature, this site is by Murnauer Moos Nature Reserve offering a spectacular view of the Alps from the rooms and from the roof terrace. Ideal for relaxation.