Eden Hotel Wolff

Address: Arnulfstrasse 4, Munich, Bavaria, 80335, Germany | 4 star hotel
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Eden Hotel Wolff Munich

      Very Nice Place and Great Location


      My wife and I just returned from visiting Munich and the Christmas market. We got a deal through Air France and chose Eden Hotel Wolff as our hotel.

      The hotel is very well located across from the main train station. We simply took the S-Bahn from the airport and walked to the Hotel. The staff were all very friendly. We got a very nicely furnished and decorated non-smoking room on the back side. It was very quiet; almost too quiet.

      We had a wonderful dinner in the hotel restaurant. The food was great and the price was reasonable. The daily breakfast buffet was a large mixture of american and german foods.

      Everything was an easy walk from the hotel: all the tourist sights and the Christmas market in the main square. We also took a couple day bus tours. The buses meet directly across the street in front of the Hertie Department Store, so this was incredibly convenient as well.

      I recommend this hotel wholeheartedly.

      Good location, interesting rooms, nice resturant


      One of the best things about this hotel was the location, right outside the main train station. The staff were also very obliging, and allowed us to check into our room early after our early morning flight (10am). We had two rooms which were furnished very differently, but both were more than adequete. The breakfast in the morning was superb.

      Stayed at Eden Wolff early July 2005


      Good location easy to find! Helpful and friendly staff. Room we stayed in did have A/C. Close to department store, drug store.

      Unbeatable position


      Very easy to find - simply look outside the windows while you're still inside the main train station! Castle tours left from two minutes walk away. Room 10.5' by 17' plus bathroom with shower. Large lifts, room had two single beds pushed together (although we found this common through much of Europe), adjustable heating, room safe, bar fridge, hairdryer.

      No alarm clock although there was a clock on the TV - an alarm may have been possible. No coffee making facilities. Pillows too soft. A few minor hiccups - room requests made via Expedia (eg. non-smoking room, double bed) not complied with but corrected immediately - room service forgot our order - confusing instructions on how to watch an inhouse movie led to 4 false starts (two with the help of staff). Lattice at end of bed meant you couldn't really watch TV from bed. We thought breakfast was included but it wasn't because we'd booked through Expedia. 15 euro each was a bit steep for breakfast but it was better than average.

      An All Right Hotel


      I just returned from Europe where one of my stops was Munich and I stayed at the Eden Wolff hotel. For me, this was a very convenient hotel being right across from the train station. I also took two tours that picked me up in front of Hertie's Department store, which is also across from the train station. So, I saved alot on cab fares by being able to walk to and from the train and Hertie's. The hotel was also a rather easy walk to the Marianplatz. I would say that my stay at the hotel was pleasant. It's an older hotel, but the rooms were very adequate in size and were clean. I found the staff pleasant and helpful and the restaurant had good food. The hotel first put me in a room facing one of the busy streets across from the train station and it was just too noisey to stay in. They gladly gave me another room, but the price went up also. I think this is more a hotel for business travellers, but it served my needs well and I have no trouble recommending it. You do have to put up with the train station area, which isn't the greatest, but the convenience aspect of that made it worth it for me.

      Great Hotel - would go back


      Loved the Eden Wolff (and Munich!). Easy location right across from the Bahnhoff. Nice walk to Alstadt or you can take the subway. Room was a nice size and very clean, quiet. Windows opened for airflow as was not air conditioned. Only complaint was the weak hair dryer in the bathroom and that the shower leaked water everywhere no matter what we did to make sure the curtain was properly placed before we showered. Desk staff was WONDERFUL. So friendly and helpful. Would go back in a heartbeat.

      Lovely Hotel - Good Location - Great Staff


      The Eden Wolff is a great value in Munich. The location directly across from the main train station and in close walking proximity to Marienplatz, great restaurants and good shopping is unbeatable. To add to the convenience, the staff is extremely pleasant and eager to help. I was also able to utilize the free internet service in the lobby as an added bonus. I would highly recommend this hotel which although it is not extremely luxurious, is very clean and has many amenities. I will definitely stay at the Eden Wolff on my next visit to Munich.

      Can't wait to go back to Eden Wolff


      Wonderful, helpful staff. Our room was quite large, even by American standards, and well equipped. The hotel restaurant serves a good variety of food, and its waiters are very solicitous and friendly. Location is excellent -- across the street from the main railroad station, close to all forms of transportation, with sight-seeing tours originating close by. Major shopping is a block away. Highly recommended.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Eden Hotel Wolff Munich

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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