Sheraton Munchen Westpark Hotel
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Claustrophobic room, too many people in too small a space. Restaurant crowded.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Munchen Westpark Hotel Munich
Nice Business Hotel convenient for the U-Bahn
This is a business hotel set in a suburb of munich amongst shops, offices and residential flats. It is very convenient for the underground and only 3 stops for Hauptbahnhof - Central Station.
I found the room spacious and comfortable - but there was no high speed internet access. Moving rooms was potentially problematic because the hotel was already over booked and but without any fuss, the hotel staff moved my bags for me to another room the following day while I was at work.
I only ate in the hotel once and I found the room service to be good. The Wellness area is new and modern - and although the pool is small - the facilities was comprehensive.
Not bad - (Business Hotel)
This Sheraton is conveniently located near the business center of the city (just accross PwC). Accordingly, it is not near the main city attractions (around a 40 minutes walk) but it is very well communicated. The entrance is just as every other business hotel: a bar, a restaurant, huge lobby. The rooms are modern and clean, with lots of ammenities, and they are big in size, compared to other European hotels. Bathroom is new and has robes. Nothing exciting as it should be expected in a business hotel. Note that the hotel accepts Starwood points, which is very convenient.
Expensive... Not Worth It!
I stayed at this hotel for 8 nights and it is without a doubt the worst hotel I can recall especially in terms of what I got for the money. The hotel is located in an isolated area, so you must use expensive cabs most times. The s-bahn doesn't stop outside the hotel at Heimeranplatz all the time and runs irregularly nights and on weekends. There was no doorman, we were greeted instead by a broken glass panel in the front revolving door, replaced by a sheet of plywood, a bad omen. Despite glowing traveler reviews written elsewhere, the hotel is generally run down and badly in need of updating. The chief front desk clerk was laughably indiscrete questioning the marital status of my companion... was she my wife, girlfriend, secretary, assistant, sister, niece? Don't bother showing up before 15,00, there is no such thing as early check in. The queen bed was a couple of lousy twin mattresses thrown together with gaping crevasse down the middle that ever-widened during the night. The sheets weren't fitted and would regularly come undone. The room was stuffy, the hvac system was loud and ineffective and the bathroom had no vent, transforming the entire room into a steam bath with every shower. The cheap tv didn't fuction and neither did the internet connections, slow or high speed. I had to go to the lobby for a wireless connection and pay an extra 20 Euro per day for the privilege. The wake-up call I ordered came some 30 minutes late, the automated system had broke down. Hotel eats are way overpriced at 17 Euro for a simple burger or breakfast. Btw, the hotel charges 17 Euro per night per person for breakfast even if you don't take it; don't forget to have them remove the extra charges from your bill upon check-out. The view out my so-called executive room was of the car park and the noisy, active railyard. Trains all night long and the management claimed they didn't have a suitable room to switch us to. The plush bath robes were nice. The spa and pool facilities were small but nice when lightly utilized during the week, although too crowded with kids, family folk and tour bus types Friday and Saturday. This hotel is worth maybe 60 Euro, not the 160 or 200 Euro they are getting. Do yourself a favor, if you are going to Muinich, find a hotel near the Marienplatz. My stay at Arabella Sheraton Westpark is laughable now as just how bad a hotel experience can be, though I assure you I wasn't laughing then. Overall, easily my worst hotel experience ever. I complained to Sheraton, they never bothered to acknowledge my complaint let alone have the courtesy to reply. Sheraton doesn't care and I will never book a room with them ever again. Munich is a beautiful city and the Bavarian countryside is gorgeous... I would go back there in a heartbeat!
I stayed here to attend a conference in Munich, and couldn't have been happier (for the money, which is reasonable).
I stayed in an executive room, so I can't speak for the other floors, but the rooms were very stylishly appointed in a modern red/black motif, well sized, and very comfortable. The breakfast buffet was included, and had a good range of basic fare.
True to other peoples comments the location is fantastic - literally right outside the hotel you can catch the subway - it's about a 3 stop change from a more central station, and a few stops away after that (2-5) from anything cool.
Love this hotel!
From the airport to the hotel you can take a taxi or take the subway (S8). Taxi = e55, subway = e8.
Be carefull not to take a taxi to the Westpark if you want to walk to the hotel. Mention Arabella Sheraton Westpark at the Garmischer Street. There is a subway station next to the hotel. If you need a taxi from the hotel please ask reception. They will push a button and a taxi will be there in seconds (taxi stand around the corner).
Nice, clean rooms but there is a limited number of english channels on the TV. The first and 2nd floor have executive rooms - these are very nice (see pictures) and just cost a little more. Reception and personell at the hotel are very friendly.
There is a nice bar and a restaurant. When I was there the restaurant allways seemed to be empty. So order your restaurant food in the bar - ask for the restaurant menu, they do serve this in the bar aswell. Food quality was good. Roomservice food is good and pretty fast
I don't know about restaurants around the hotel. There don't seem to be many. But if you're in for a walk go to the 'downtown' area and you will find *many* restaurants and bars with good quality and good prices. Looking for the real bayerische atmosphere? Go to the touristic HofBrau and order a Mass (1Liter beer).
Just got back from Europe. Got a chance to stay at this Sheraton hotel in Munich and just found it to be teriffic. The outside looks old and 70's but the inside is definitely newly renovated. This was one of the few hotels I stayed at in Europe that had a full size elevator (the kind we're used to here in the US). Our room was great. Clean, clean, clean. Our stay included a breakfast buffet. What a spread. Lots of food and great atmosphere. They even have fruits at the front desk for their guests.
Subway stop 50 metres away
Parents and a 13-year-old from Oxfordshire, England.
A little way out of the city centre -- but that is no problem because the nearest subway and bus stops are within 50 metres of the front door. Day
tickets on public transport are good value. The other plus point is the outstanding breakfast -- a mixture of hot and cold dishes to suit everybody. Triple glazing ensure the rooms are quiet. One tip for visitors -- we got a day rail return trip to Salzburg in Austria (2 hours each way) for just 26 euros at the weekend for 2 adults and a child. Remarkable value compared to the extortionate train fares in the UK.
Great Hotel and location
Great hotel - comfortable rooms, great food, faciliities and staff. Subway stop right out front - with 5-10 minutes of travel time connections to old town and Karlsplatz - or then anywhere else in the city you want to go. Why put up with a lesser hotel downtown when this hotel is the same price - for so much more. We spent 5 nights in Munich - one in a miserable hotel in old town (Advokate) and then moved to this hotel for the remaining 4 nights. For the same price....NO COMPARISON. Next time we go to Munich - this is the hotel we will select unless we want to splurge on the 5 star hotels down town.
This hotel is an excellent value for what you get. It is one of the lower priced hotels in Munich, but you don't need to sacrifice cleanliness, good service, and comforts to save money. The lobby is very clean and nice with granite floors and a spacious lobby.
The location is not necessarily central, but for a traveller who does not mind using the Subway, which is by far the most economical and practical means of transportatio, it is literally right outside of a subway stop, making is convenient to just about anywhere.
Nice recreation available if you just want to relax, and room service menu seemed to offer a variety of different foods, although i did not try them myself. The service was above average and staff was helpful.
This hotel is hard to beat for the money you pay. I would definitely recommend this for the budget minded traveller who does not want to sacrifice nice ammenities and location.
Very comfortable and luxurious feeling...a subway stop literally outside the front doors provided easy transport around the city...the actual location of the hotel is not very central...there are few restaraunts near by and it is very far from the marienplatz (glockenspiel)...but there is excelent service...some very fun little pools and a spa with in the hotel that are great for a nice break from a cold day outdside...the rooms are big...good hotel...reserve early for oktoberfest.
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