My two sons (ages 9 and 11) and I stayed at the hostel for 5 nights in late June. We had a private room. The hostel is located in a bit of a "red light" district but is very conveniently located to the train station and all the attractions of central Munich. The staff were friendly and helpful and the facilities were clean. The hostel was very reasonably priced considering how expensive it is to stay in Munich. The only complaint I had was that without air conditioning (it was on the warm side when we were there) you had to keep the window open and a couple of nights it was quite noisy due to guests on the street communicating with others in the windows above. This made sleeping difficult. Still, overall it was a great place to stay. A word of advice for those traveling by rail in Germany. You'll save a pile of money and hassle booking your travel with Deutsche Bahn directly rather than booking through Rail Europe. Munich is a great place to visit especially for cyclists. Don't miss the surfers at the Englischer Garten and if you have children the Deutsches Museum.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We offer reasonably priced board and lodging for single travellers and for groups (e.g. for school trips or holiday camps), who can enjoy their stay in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Since the modification 2017 we offer twin, triple or quadruple rooms with shower/WC and AC. Altogether, our hotel has 87 beds available. An extensive buffet in the mornings is included in the price. Our hotel is right in the centre of Munich - the train station and the Karlstor are only a five minute walk away. ... more less