NH Muenchen Deutscher Kaiser
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Muenchen Deutscher Kaiser Munich
Great accommodations and fabulous continental breakfast!
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Historical Traveler Reviews NH Muenchen Deutscher Kaiser Munich
We were not expecting much from this hotel based on what we had seen on the Internet and reading other visitor reviews. As it was the only reasonably priced place we could find for the four of us on the night we were in Munich, we felt we didn't have much choice. However, we were pleasantly surprised to find that this hotel was more than adequate. Its concrete, dull, high rise look seems out of place in Munich but it is located just a few minutes walk from the old town. The hallways gave an impresson of heavy use, but we had a great view from our room and although small, the room was clean and modern. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was not included but the price was reasonable for a room in Munich. This hotel is a good choice if you are not able to find a room reasonable or available in the old town. We would likely stay here again.
Loved the NH Deutscher Kaiser
The best location in Munich, good and polite service, nice and clean rooms. we loved our 7 days stay.
Got the deal from expedia. While I think the price wasn't the best ($60's US) since I saw others paying less, the hotel was excellent. Europe hotels tend to be way overpriced for its quality. Some $200 hotels in Paris are worst than a Motel6.
This NH was very convenient if you plan on using the train a lot. Its abt 15 minutes walk to the main square. The hotel doesn't look very nice from the outside, but inside it is modern and nicely furnished with italian dark wood designer pieces. The room was large and the bathroom was bright and clean.
The staff was not as helpful since they looked busy all the time. However, overall a very pleasant stay.
Nh deutscher kaiser - good hotel, great location
stayed here 5 nights in december for around $40US per night. an excellent value. the location is perfect - right across from train station and a 10-15 minute walk to historic center. the staff was friendly, and put us in a generously-sized corner room. the room was clean and comfortable. we've stayed at the meridien before, which is quite nice, but for the huge prce difference we'd definitely stay here again. a great value and more than adequate!
Perfect location, great value
In terms of location, you couldn't get any more central, with the entrance to the main station literally 20 yards away.
I booked an Expedia special at £45 a night. We were on the 14th floor and had a fantastic view of the city. The room had nice wood floors, was a bit cramped, but fine for my purposes. I noticed on the floor plan that some rooms are much bigger. Corners were a bit dusty, so perhaps not the best cleaning, but I've seen worse.
I would definitely stay here again.
Fantastic location and value!
We stayed here for 3 nights in November for only 39 Euro a night, which was an internet special. The location of this hotel, if the train is your means of transport, is second to none. It is literally 20 metres from the train station! This is great as it allows you to see Munich or areas out side ofr Munich very easily. The hotel room itself was a little outdated, however it was still clean and sort of large. The only problem with this hotel was there was a (very large) additional cost if you want breakfast provided, however being in such a central location it was very easy to find somewhere to have a nice cheap breakfast. If you can stay here for a cheap rate then I highly recommend it.
We got a great rate at this hotel, and were very happy with it. The location was excellent for us, as we arrived by train, and it is right across the street. It is also easy walking distance from the city center. The room was small, but very pleasant and efficiently designed, with a desk, chair, and small leather recliner. When my son decided to join us for one night, they accommodated us with an extra bed. When we checked in, we were informed breakfast was served from 6 to 10 on the third floor, and I assumed it was included. It wasn't. My mistake for not asking. We paid 14 euros apiece for the buffet. Considering, we only paid $38 for the room, we thought it was still a very good deal.
Liked a lot
I was a little concerned about staying here in view of the earlier bad reports, but was pleasantly surprised. Largish modern guestrooms, commanding views over the city from the higher floors. Noise levels from the street average for a city centre location, but then again I'm a deep sleeper.
Topical note - this hotel is very convenient for the Oktoberfest (about a 12 minute walk away).
Central, but noisy & hot
- Next to Train main station and approx. 10mins. walk to main shopping street. Busy noisy road- Rooms are spacious, old bathroom, No A/C, had to open window to get air but then the noice of the street came in- Breakfast buffet was ok, lack of service- Weird staff at front desk, slow breakfast service
Stayed here last summer on a group tour. We complained so much about the poor quality of this hotel, the tour company no longer uses it for first class tours. Staff was unfriendly, room was in poor shape, the bathroom was filthy and the shower stall so small I couldn't close the door. Also, no air conditioning and it was very stuffy. The only redeeming factor is that it is only a 10 minute walk to the main pedestrian area in Munich.
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This morning was rough, and it wasn't out fault. Some of the younger people went out last night and managed to be excessively loud at 3am. This wasn't that bad, and kind of to be expected - but someone was stomping up and down the hallways (and screaming) like a two year old having a full out tantrum for almost an hour. That was kind of extreme and …
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