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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Metropol Munich
The hotel is fairly well located: a very short walk to the train station, 5-10 minutes from the start of Munich's main pedestrian thoroughfare, and a 10-15 minute walk to Marienplatz. They offer parking on-site and there is also street parking (which needs to be paid for most of the week). The rooms were fairly well appointed, with wonderful iPod/iPhone speakers, big beds, a coffee maker, and international TV. The bathroom is a bit small and there isn't a bathtub, but it is still a pleasant enough space. The breakfast offered in the morning is fantastic, humongous, and delicious!
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