Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
Travel Blogs from Munich
... or the favourite summer palace of the former rulers of Bavaria .. The palace, together with its park, is now one of the most famous sights of Munich. Over 300,000 visitors annually. The baroque facades comprise an overall width of about 700 metres. Some rooms still show their original baroque decoration while others were later redesigned in rococo or ...
... we bid a farewell to our new friends, facebook names in hand, to go explore the outside, now lacking complete sobriety. What a change. In comparison, it seemed as though people were diving out of the way and offering the path. There might as well have been a red carpet down allowing us to pass through the crowd with no problem at all. Of course, we probably were hit back and forth just as much but, the difference was, now we didn't care! We were just ...
... we were on over the last week were included in the price of our river cruise and, for the most part, the tour guides were very informative. I don't mind history...but we've seen quite a lot of cathedrals and castles!! Bob found a couple who were bike "travelers".... Bikes loaded with packs. They were riding part of the boundaries of the Roman Empire....evidently you can ...
... us to request a song (or I think that is what they asked) and when we said we did not know any because we were American, they struck up "When the Saints Go Marching In". We joined in with them and it was a blast. After finishing our beers, we wandered around the festival a little more and I bought yet more food. By the time later afternoon rolled around, we were all pretty tired and decided to leave the festival and check into our hostel. We made ...
... visit Linderhof palace. On our way there and home we got to go on the famous German autobahn where Jenny drove 200km/h as that was pretty normal! It was pretty incredible and didnt actually feel that fast. Kev told Jenny that if he drove his car anywhere near that fast it would probably fall apart. Kev thought it was a lesson for Australia's road laws as despite always trying to blame speed, so often the main factors in an accident are driver incompetence, drugs ...