TRYP Muenchen City Center

Address: Paul Heyse Strasse 24, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the St. Paul area of Munich, is near Maximillianstrasse, Deutsches Theater München, Justizpalast, and Führer Building.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews TRYP Muenchen City Center Munich

      A great little hotel


      this is a great hotel, very reasonably price and a great location. The rooms were a bit small, but very clean and so quiet. The breakfast was amazing and the staff were so friendly and professional. The nearest subway is just a few minutes walk away and it conects with the city centre in just a few minutes. You can walk to the marianplatz in about 10 - 15 minutes. Great value for the price



      The Tryp Hotel of Munich has everything for the traveller. The beds are comfortable, the accomidations are modern, the decor is very tasteful, and the service is exquisite. Besides these attributes though, there are two other facets to the Tryp experience which cannot be overemphasized: the location and the complimentary breakfast. As to the former, the hotel is only a block away from the Therisienwiese U-Bahn stop. Since most of the travelling you'll do in Munich is best accomplished on this subway system, the proximity of a stop this close to the hotel is a God-send. Insofar as the breakfast is concerned, you probably won't find a breakfast that's this good at most five-star restaurants in the United States.

      All and all, the Tryp Hotel was a wonderful experience for me. It put me in the middle of the action in the city of Munich, gave me easy access to the U-Bahn, and did it all for a very reasonable price. On a scale of one to ten, the Tryp Hotel of Munich is an eleven.

      Great Value


      Nice, clean accomodations. Great updated bathroom and fairly comfortable beds. Definitely the best value we found in our travels through Europe. The location is very close to the train station--making it easy to come and go. Its a bit of a walk to the center of town, but if you the "long way" its quite cute. Make sure to hit the Augustiner Beer Garden--in walking distance from the hotel--and such a neat atmosphere.

      Tryp not the best


      We recently spent two nights in the Tryp Hotel and were far from impressed. The hotel staff was not overly friendly or helpful. The room was okay in size, but the bed was low to the ground and rather uncomfortable. The location is close to the train station, but that's about it. A good 15-20 minute walk to reach the main shopping/entertainment district. Next time we'll find a better place. The Tryp was just blah.

      Glad I have chosen this hotel


      We arrived at munich central station and the Hotel was quite easy to reach on foot.

      Freindly receptionist, big clean room, but above all: a nice airy breakfast room / restaurant with plenty of good food to start off the day.

      Althought it is approx a 20 minute walk to the main square, I would definitely stay again at this hotel!

      Excellent bargain


      I was a bit apprehensive staying at this hotel, having read one of the other reviews on this site. However, five of us, in five separate rooms on different floors, found the hotel to be very clean, comfortable and reasonably priced. It has a good location and a very good hot and cold buffet breakfast. We would definitely return to this hotel again.

      A place for entomologists


      I checked into the Tryp in the afternoon of 27.04.04 and moved out at night, switching to another hotel. I could not sleep in a bed that was riddled with lice. They could be clearly seen crawling over the two beds in the room and were ranging in size from about 1 to 3 mm. Under my pillow, I found some lice that had been squeezed to death by someone. The linen was "decorated" with a few roundish blood stains. Due to nowadays increased tourism, occasional infestation with parasites in a hotel room is not really uncommon. Basically, it can happen to any hotel and normally staff acts quickly to eliminate the pests. However, the lice in that particular room appeared to have been around for quite some time. This indicates that the Tryp has a grave housekeeping problem. The hotel, by the way, gladly took my money upon checkout, although I clearly told the receptionist why I was departing early.

      Nice and good value


      The hotel is clean and comfortable and rooms are smallish but in good condtion. Very good buffet breakfast. Small bar but drinks are reasonably priced. Staff friendly. Location is approx 8 minutes walk from the Hauptbahnhof and 3 minutes from the nearest metro, around the corner near a church. Marginally 'off the beaten track'. Approx 10-15 mins walk to the main street and Marianplatz.

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