Comfort Hotel Andi Munich City Center

Address: Landwehrstrasse 33 , Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ludwigsvorstadt - Isarvorstadt area of Munich, is near Asam's Church (Asamkirche), Deutsches Theater München, Justizpalast, and City-Kinos.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Andi Munich City Center

      Reviewed by rachbritton

      luxurious hotel, without the price tag

      Reviewed Jan 16, 2014
      by (21 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      This was a great place to stay. We were close to the city centre (I think). The rooms were beautiful, had tea and coffee facilities, and weren't too far away from the elevators. Breakfast in the morning was very yummy and the best way to start the day. You felt like you were staying in a luxurious hotel, without the price tag. I was on a tour group during our stay.

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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jan 16, 2014

      18 photos

      Tonight we are in Munich! A city I have been looking forward to visiting. Unfortunately it is one of our one night only stops, and I'm sick. After we check into our hotel, we are dropped into the centre of old town and given a quick walking tour. We visit Marienplatz, the heart of old town square, and see the famous Glockenspiel, a giant Gothic …

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      A travel blog entry by brycesimpson on Sep 24, 2013

      2 photos

      ... back on the train for one last hurrah! Oh, we had pizza down the road from the hotel first too (thoughts of drinking on an empty stomach still fresh in my head). We went to the Paulaner tent this time where Aussies were as scarce as VB. We sat at a table with a few Germans who turned out to be engineers for airbus working on the A350. *******s wouldn't give me a gig though so we ditched them for a younger crowd. Nek minit we ...

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      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... weather was snowy, windy, and cold, our group of around 20 backpackers was enthralled throughout, particularly when Ozzie described the reason why Munich's churches, the tallest buildings in the city (because of an old rule that dictated "no building could be taller than God"), had survived thousands of bombings in World War II with minimal damage. Allied air force pilots would use the churches, far and away the ...


      A travel blog entry by -thegrandtour- on Sep 11, 2012

      7 comments, 18 photos

      ... br> fact that all other concentration/work-labor camps were structured like
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