Jedermann Hotel

Address: Bayerstrasse 95, Munich, Bavaria, 80335, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ludwigsvorstadt - Isarvorstadt area of Munich, is near Maximillianstrasse, Deutsches Theater München, Justizpalast, and Führer Building.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Jedermann Hotel Munich

    Good stuff this..


    Stayed for 2 nights on a last minute biz trip recently during Octoberfest period. Called up directly although listed as full on the Net. Nice, clean and charming. Very clean toilets. Looks refurbished. Very close to Octoberfest grounds - like 5 mins walk.

    Front desk was friendly and efficient. Good breakfast selection too. If you don't like big impersonal chain hotels but smaller intimate locally run ones, this is highly recommended.

    Great hotel


    We stayed here for 4 nights in August 2005. This is a wonderful family-run hotel. It is within walking distance of the train station and has a trolley station right out front. The staff was friendly and helpful; Alex was especially welcoming on our first night. Our room was very nice, with down comforters and pillows on a great bed, plenty of storage, airconditioning, and a good bathroom. Rooms were spotless. The hotel had a very homey feeling and obviously is well cared for. Free internet access is available in the lobby. Breakfast is also included, and it is very good/generous. We would absolutely stay in this hotel again.

    Wonderful staff at the Hotel Jedermann


    I stayed at the Hotel Jedermann for just one night recently. The staff was wonderful, very helpful and polite. The room was small but clean and comfortable. When i left, I accidentally left behind a small jewelry box with two pairs of earrings. By the time I got home, the next day, I already had an email from the hotel telling me they had found it and asking if I wanted them to mail it to me. I replied yes, and they ran right to the post office and mailed it, and then asked if it was all right to charge my credit card and apologized for the extra fee for charging it. I got the package 4 days later (in the U.S.)! I am just so impressed with this. I had had no idea where I left the jewelry box, and I figured i would never see it again. But the Hotel Jedermann staff came through and I appreciate their fast work.

    Good hotel, good value


    Very friendly staff, free internet in lobby, good rooms, excellent breakfast. Tram stop is outside the door, not a relaxing walk to centre so take the tram. On check out, two small bottles of wine were given to us. Good value

    A Perfect Spot


    The Hotel Jedermann is a wonderful hotel, centrally located with a tram stop right out front. The rooms are cozy, comfortable and clean. We loved the breakfast that was included in the price, especially the individual pots of delicious, steaming coffee refilled upon request by a friendly waitress. The dining area was spacious and delightful. Our first night there my husband had a birthday and we went to the small bar to have a glass of wine to usher it in at Midnight. The bartender, who doubled as the front desk person, heard our toast and soon appeared out of the kitchen with fresh slices of delicious " birthday " cake which we washed down with complimentary champagne. I highly recommend this small and lovely hotel. There is even free internet connection in the lobby to keep tabs on things back home. I am so hoping that we can return again!

    Great place!


    We stayed here in May 2004--this was our favorite hotel in the course of a 4-country train trip. The hotel itself is clean and modern, staff is super-friendly and knowledgable, and all speak excellent English. Great beds and comforters, and Best Shower Ever :) 5 minutes' walk east of the main train station, walking distance to Marionplatz and pretty much the rest of Munich. Full breakfast in a nice dining room, with great coffee. I wish all our hotels had offered this nice an experience.

    Clean, Comfortable and Good Value


    The hotel was clean, comfortable and good value. The breakfast was good, all the staff helpfull and it was well located for the main station.

    Great location for Oktoberfest


    Nice hotel close to Oktoberfest grounds. 5 minute walk from train station. Free internet in lobby. 10 minute walk to downtown. Only disapointment was that my wife and I were given separate twin beds despite being clear when making reservations.

    Very nice


    Stayed here in late October 2003. Munich can be a very expsnive hotel city, especially during the week. The Hotel Jedermann was an excellent choice. Covenient to the main train station, the hotel is nice, rooms and bathrooms are sparkling clean, though not very large. The staff was wonderful and they had a computer for guest use. A bit of ways from the lively nightlife, but still an excellent value in Munich. I would stay there again.

    Would stay again!


    My husband and I stayed at the Jedermann Hotel in March 1998. It was a very clean and nice hotel. We had a room with a shower. It was quiet.

    The staff/owners were very nice and helpful. At the time, they had a computer connected to the internet for guest's use, which wasn't common in 1998. Breakfast was provided as well. It was a short walk from the Hauptbahnhof to the hotel. I would recommend it!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Jedermann Hotel Munich

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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