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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mirabell Munich
This was a really nice hotel. The staff was nice. They upgraded us to a suite that had a balcony. It had complimentary Wi-Fi and a bottle of water when we got to our room. The bed was comfortable. It had a safe in the room.
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So, I think I mentioned that the only flight we could get back to Munich was business class? It was very easy getting to the airport, so we really got their really early. Once we got to the airport, there was no one waiting in line to get our boarding passes. The clerk warned us to get right to the gate as there was a shortage …
... stein. Was very funny to see a little girl stand up and clap them every time with a big smile on her face. Later on we moved in closer to the middle to join Jordan's (Kimberley's boyfriend) table. He was working for Brit Bound and had a big group of people with him. This is when things got crazy. Darryn stood up on his seat and fell completely backwards onto the ground. He then got up and cheers'd someone (maybe me?) and completely smashed the top of ...
... We then rode into the English Gardens. There is a fast flowing river there and we got to jump in and let the current take us down! It was very cold, but very refreshing and fun. Then we rode to the world's second largest beer garden (second only to another across town). We got lunch here, and more beer for most of the group. I just stuck with water, but had a meal that was a mix of fried potato, meat and onion. We had ...
... was definitely educational, but also pretty relaxing, considering the next day we had to be up at 8 am to head to Springfest! After Dachau and some shopping in the city center, we went and got our 'dirndls'. Dirndls are the german dresses we had to wear to the festival the next day! We spent hours trying on different dresses and were upset and surprised to learn that the dresses were in fact 80 euro. We decided it was going to be worth ...
... 2,000 pounds. All the walls were covered in biblical scenes or pictures of saints.
We were shown through several rooms, the dinning hall, Ludwigs bedrooom with the most ornate canopy bed I've ever seen. It was carved wood and it took 14 carvers 2 years to complete it. It looked like the roof of a cathedral. We walked through a conservatory which had been modeled to look like a cave, little chairs and tables were set up by the windows with the most spectacular view. I ...