Leonardo Hotel Muenchen City West

Address: Brudermuhlstrasse 33, Munich, Bavaria, 81371, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Sendling area of Munich, is near Munich Zoo (Munchener Tierpark Hellabrunn), Maximillianstrasse, Westpark, and Deutsches Theater München.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Leonardo Hotel Muenchen City West Munich

    Grossartiges Hotel

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    Das Hotel wurde erst renoviert, hat geräumige und sehr saubere Zimmer, die modern ausgestattet sind. Der Raumservice ist einmalig und wird vom im Hotel befindlichen italienischen Restaurant ausgeführt. Gutes Essen zu günstigen Preisen wird direkt aufs Zimmer gebracht, nachdem man einen langen Tag in München verbracht hat. Das Personal ist freundlich, U-Bahn und Bus sind nur einige Meter entfernt... Ich werde ganz bestimmt wieder dort hingehen. Falls man sich leicht durch Strassenlärm gestört fühlt, sollte man kein Zimmer zur Brudermühlestraße nehmen.

    Wonderful place to stay!

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    We had a wonderful stay at the Apart Hotel Sendling. One of the best places we stayed in Germany. Quiet, clean and run so efficiently. I cannot tell you how impressed I was. The U-Bahn is located about 50 meters from the front door. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious. The hotel and restaurant staff were warm, friendly and knowledgeable.

    There was one issue with phone charges. I could not get my US calling card to work and asked the night staff if I was being charged for my attempts to use the card. He said no. When, in fact, I was being charged. I talked with the manager the following day and she agreed to eliminate the attempted calls under 40 seconds and then reduce the remaining charges in half. A fair compromise in my opinion. We ended our stay on an extremely positive note.

    I wholeheartedly recommend this hotel!

    Overall, a great place to experience wonderful Munich

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    This apartment hotel is great - friendly, multi-lingual staff, spacious rooms with small balconies, and simple but handy kitchenettes.

    It is a little out of town and on a busy-ish road but these are not a problem - the city centre is very easy to reach and the noise is not too bad. As with many European hotels, it would benefit hugely from air-con but you cannot expect miracles!

    The area around the hotel is a pleasant, semi-urban residential area with some great places to eat secreted away, most notably the incredibly friendly Greek restaurant two streets away where we had some great food and many free shots of ouzo!

    The gym is very small (one bike, one x-trainer) but is always empty. The pizzaria attached is very nice too.

    A thoroughly recommended hotel.

    Lovely

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    Really clean, well taken care of, airy, bright, the room was cleaned everyday there was even a small wee corner kitchen for the broke traveller! the reception staff were so helpful as was the bar staff who gave us great tips about how to get to places and where to avoid. breakfast was plentiful and diverse and staff there really nice. Showers were amazing, could have stayed in them forever and the gym and sauna were small but adequate, even with people there it was really relaxing. highly recommend it overall!

    Great place to stay

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    The hotel is newly renovated with spacious and very clean rooms in a modern look. Great is the room service run by the Italian restaurant in the hotel, good food for low prizes brought directly into your room after you have had a long day in Munich.

    The staff is friendly, the subway and the bus only a few metres away...I will definitely stay again. Only negative thing is that if you are easily annoyed by a noisy street, then don´t take a room facing the Brudermühlstrasse.

    A Breath of Fresh Air

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    MY friend and I had backpacked across Europe and decided to splurge for a "real" hotel room in Munich. Not only was our room immaculate but the staff was friendly, spoke English, and guided us to Kunzpark Ost, the wildest club scene I have ever seen! A definite value. Be careful if taking a cab...make sure you tell them Dachauer Strasse and not just Dachauer; a simple but costly mistake.

    This place is awesome

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    This place felt like the versace after our other hotels. the rooms were large, very clean with all the mod cons, a very nice restaurant downstairs. They also had facilites to do your own washing with washing machines and dryers in the basement. They also had a gym which had a solarium and sauna and a steam room, it was awesome. The hotel is one block from the metro, we arrived at midnight on the train and felt perfectly safe. Its only about 4 stops from the main train station. This place represents better than excellent value for money, a must stay.

    Great Hotel!

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    One of the best hotels I have stayed in - and good value as well. The hotel caters for both long and short term stays (we stayed 3 nights) and is very quiet and relaxing.

    2 minutes walk from the nearest underground station and then only a 2 minute trip to Marienplatz or Central Station.

    There is a small kitchenette in the room and a small supermarket 30 seconds from the hotel (on the way to the underground station!).

    Loved the Apart Hotel

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    The Apart Hotel was a lovely place to stay. The beds were extremely comfortable, the breakfst was delicious and the staff very efficient. We stayed on the fourth floor which had a lovely rooftop garden. The unit had a kitchenette in it too.The hotel includes breakfast and has a great workout room with a sauna! I would stay here again. It was wonderful.

    Highly Recommended

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    This hotel is a short 10 minute cab ride from the main railway station, but located very close to underground stations. It is an exceptionally clean hotel with very helpful staff . Our room had a self contained kitchette. Tip though, if you stay at this hotel, request higher up than ground level. Rooms are quite close to the street and a bit noisy. Other than that - thumbs up!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Leonardo Hotel Muenchen City West Munich

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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