Four Points by Sheraton Munchen Central
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It was a long day on the train and not much sleep was had as we did not want to miss the spectacular fall landscape of the Czech and German countryside. We also realized half way through we were out of Czech korunas and/or Euros so we had to ration out our potato chips and white wine. Pretty sure we made up for that with an amazing dinner, …
... only 3 weeks while vacationing in Malta. I enjoyed talking with him about the places that he's traveled to, which include several places that I’ve been to in Spain. The second night, a college student who was meeting a friend at the train station in the morning stayed with me. His English was much better. He explained, that in order to graduate high school, you have to pass ...
... the bikes to finish the tour haha. Saw some really cool places. Then that night we went clubbing in the main district and stayed out till sunlight drinkin 2€ beers. While we were waiting for a cab, these random dudes started running around punching people in the face. Kelsey got in the way of one and took a hit to her jaw, the dudes just ran off and didn't say anything. It happened so quick it was crazy, luckily she was ok. We got back to the hostel just in time for bags to coach ...
... the day and head off to the actual reason We came to Germany... Fussen... Where Lug wigs Neuschwanstein Castle lies deep within the Bavarian Alps, so excited, not sure if Mat is but to compensate I've booked him his beer tour! The Bavarian Alps are gorgeous! Neuschwanstein castle is everything I Imagined it to be and more!!! So worth the visit. We had to walk up very steep hills but all worth it for the view at the top. I only wish you all could see it for real, really ...
... sing along. About once every 30 minutes they would to a toast chant that sounds something like “I’m roasting, I’m roasting…….”. We mumbled the words so we could sing along and toast the others around us before a drink. We asked our German tablemates who told us its sort of like saying “Gezunteit”, it’s a blessing for good luck and good health and good life…a toast, in other words ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points by Sheraton Munchen Central Munich
Pretty good hotel
We stayed here for a few nights in July during a 2 1/2 week trip throughout western Europe. While the decorating is a bit outdated, the room and bathroom were HUGE and very clean, and even had a balcony. This hotel is a little bit of a walk from the train station, and the neighborhood to the north is not very exciting, but just to the south is the Oktoberfest grounds and a great area. Would recommend this hotel, especially to groups going to Oktoberfest.
Not Sheraton quality
This 3rd rate hotel is not close to any attractions, in a lower-mid-end neighborhood, the rooms are small, badly decorated and the bathroom had mildew. The balcony was covered with torn astroturf, had a view of an unattractive apartment building block. The trip from the train station passes strip clubs and discount stores. The two elevators are absurdly small, literally 4 square feet and one is out of the way. The entrance is also unattractive. We are surprised by the positive comments. Yes, it is less expensive, but there are many other choices. The front desk staff was very helpful.
Hot & sweaty in munich
Dirty Hotel with no ac. It is hard to belive that a sheraton in a major city in 2005 would not have ac
stayed their 1 night - 95 euro for double room, excl. breakfast.
It met our expectations. 20 minutes walk from Marienplatz. Very clean and comfortable. Really 4 stars hotel.
This is a very good hotel for a budget vacation. Prices vary and the internet rates tend to be better (got it through SPG and also quote AAA if you have it). It's built within a mini-shopping mall near ThereseinWeise or something like that, which seems to be common for inner city medium range hotels in Germany now. The location is two blocks away from the Augustiner Cellar Beer Hall and Restaurant, so don't miss it if you stay here.
My husband and I stayed at the Four Points in Munich for 6 nights (March 21-27). The hotel is about a 5-10 minute walk from Hackerbrucke S-Bahn stop. It is a 10-15 minute walk to Munich's central train station. Make sure if you are coming in from the airport to exit at Hackerbrucke station for a faster walk.
This hotel was a wonderful place to stay! The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful!! We requested a room with 2 single beds and were upgraded to a room with 2 doubles which was extremely spacious and comfortable. The rooms are very clean and nice. The only weird thing was the shower door. It's a glass shower door that doesn't extend the whole length of the bathtub. If you run the shower at full pressure, you'll cause a lot of flooding on the bathroom floor. It seemed pretty odd, but we were just careful and didn't run the shower at full pressure. That's absolutely the only negative I have to say about the hotel (and that's relatively minor -just an oddity) The staff goes out of their way to be helpful and the hotel has a new feel and is very clean. The breakfast was included in our rate and was excellent! Lots of meats and sausages (which I personally won't touch because I've heard the Germans put lots of disgusting animal parts in their sausages), but they also had eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, breads, pastries, yoghurt, cereals, fruits, juices etc. The hotel is also in a great location. It's about a 5 minute walk from the S Bahn hackerbrucke (sp?) station and about 12 -15 minute walk to the hauptbahnhof (the main train station).
Having found Tripadvisor very useful when travelling, we thought we should share our great find in Munich! The Four Centres Hotel (sister to the Sheraton Arabella in Munich). Anyone who values good hotels should try this one. It doesn't contain all the fancy extras the Arabella does (i.e. no swimming pool, but has a very nice sauna and solarium facility) and it does have really helpful, friendly and professional staff who go out of their way to ensure you are happy.
This hotel is affordable and convenient for our Munich office so I have stayed here quite often. Rooms overlooking the road are quite noisy because of traffic but those on the other side are quiet and overlook the Thereseien- Weise. the park where the Oktoberfest is held.
Great for value for a city break
An excellent hotel with large modern rooms which were very comfortable.
2 double bedsgave plenty of space for 2 adults and a teenage child.
Staff were excellent and recommended an excellent Bavarian resturant where 3 of us had a couple of beers an wholesome food for a total of 33E. I found the staff to be extremely helpful. Breakfast was good in nice surroundings.The hotel is 5 minutes from Hansbruker on the U Bahn from the airport.The hotel is 20 minutes walk from the centre of Munich, i.e. Marianplatz. The hotel was an ideal base to explore the delights of the Xmas market. Only negative lift is small and you wait to long. an excellent hotel which was good value for the weekend 200E which included welcome drinks and a late (3) checkout on Sunday.