How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Daniel Munich
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... 1900s to today. Thankfully, my quick spin through the Louvre in '92 and through the Art Institute of Chicago in '10 had me well prepared for this. I'm not a huge fan of modern art so I skipped the most modern that was on display and saw a few works by Picasso, Matisse, Kandisky, and Klimt. There were also a lot of modern works by German artists that I wasn't familiar with--very similar in style to Picasso. On the way back I swung by Königplatz. I picked up ...
... this one and Carcassonne in France -- both of them are spectacuarly fairy-taley.
As much as we would have liked to continue our Alpine adventures, we had to get back to Munich that night, so headed back to the car and drove the remaining two-hour leg of our holiday loop. We arrived with plenty of time to wander the streets of Munich on a busy Saturday night, crunching through the still-accumulating snow, and gazing at even ...
... We have a flat in the attic and although access is by 2 flights of stairs we took our time getting the cases up and we are only doing that once! Flat is very cosy and warm and has excellent wifi and comfy bed the only thing that could be better is the shower. It's over the bath but there is no screen!! So we are trying new ways to shower and reduce flooding! We have mastered the subway and transport system. Used the ...
... are 30 photos complete with bios of former prisoners. It emphasizes the scope of nationalities that were interned here: Italian, Polish, Russian, Czech, Prussian, Austrian, French, Ukrainian, Belgian, Lithuanian, Luxembourger, Dutch, Slovenian, Moravian, Romanian, Hungarian, even German! “Never Again” is inscribed on a wall; as ...
... 200 tables on each one! We FINALLY found a table to sit at and got served our first STEIN of German beer! Fun fact of the day: A stein of German beer is equivalent to a 6-pack of BudLight. We then left and ate at a small pizza joint on the corner because we were all starving, and it was the first place we saw. It was not even comparable pizza to what we eat on a daily basis in Italy, but it was okay! We headed back to our hostel after dinner to call it a night. It was ...