Le Meridien Munich Hotel

, Munich, Germany
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Le Meridien Munich Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 381

41 Bayerstrasse - Munich - 80335 - Germany Hotel Website | 89 24220
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Would stay again!

from Happy_Travelor_2007
We totally enjoyed our stay and were happy with the Le Meredien. We would definetely stay there again.

The staff was very attentive (conceirge gave excellent recommendations) and the hotel has a very convenient location (accross from the Hauptbanhoff which is the main Munich train station). A walk to the Marienplatz from the hotel is approx a 10 minute straigt walk. Room decor was modern and appealling and the bed was very comfortable. Hotel breakfest was very good and worth the money.

The only negatives we encountered were as follows: tv only had 3 English stations (CNN, BBC and M tv), our room was missing an in-room safe, we constantly deactivated our room keys on a daily basis ( Both myself and my husband travel very frequently and we have never had this happen to both of us on a daily basis).

booked ONE night stayed for FOUR!

from tvker
directly accross from train station
walking distance from hofbrauhaus, marienplatz etc...beautiful rooms, excellent food and staff was amazing! would definitely recommend and stay again!

Very Nice Visit

from A TripAdvisor Member
we visited here for one night in late may, 2004. we flew into munich from the US. this was the perfect hotel for us because it was across the street from the train station. we were able to recover from jetlag here before moving on to the alps and the balance of our itinerary. it was a quiet, modern business level hotel and we had a great weekend rate booking direct on the internet.

rooms were very modern. expensively appointed with wood, marble and a flat screen tv. they were quiet even though we were right above the street.

the breakfast was exceptional though unless you had it as part of your room package it was quite expensive.

we enjoyed our stay and will stay here again if we ever return.

Truly Satisfied!!!

from ViennaLover
After touring around Germany and Bavaria, we ended up in Munich for a day. We chose Le Meridien because of its location and reputation. As expected, very good location. Very close to the main pedestrian mall and mass transit. Only down side is that the immediate area around the hotel is a bit run down - typical of hotels next to a city's main railway station. The hotel itself is very modern and the rooms highly comfortable. Great plasma screen TV in the room!!! Breakfast buffet was excellent! The house staff is very friendly and prompt in all requests. Overall, a very nice stay and we would not hesitate to return.

Great Hotel

from tvlbug714
Absolutely fabulous. Great location, great staff, great rooms, great restaurants. Very clean. Only one English language entertainment channel on their plasma TV.

very nice hotel

from ravensfan2
this hotel was very nice. the room was large and comfortable. you could see the alps from our window. it was about a 10 minute walk to the main part of munich where all the shops are. we walked everywhere from here.
the staff was very friendly and everyone spoke english which was nice since i dont speak any german. the hotel is very nice. i highly recommend it.

Great hotel, great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at Le Meridien Munchen for 7 nights in December of 2003. We booked through hotels.com and got what we thought was a great rate, after comparing directly to the hotel's reservation options.

The hotel is literally across the street from the Hauptbanhof train station in Munich (the main train station), so we just hopped on the subway at the airport and 45 minutes later we were checking in to our room. They initially set us up in an interior courtyard room that was very small, but after we asked to see something else, they offered a much larger exterior room on the same floor that overlooked the parking garage. Because we weren't there for the view from the hotel room, we happily took the extra space. It turned out to be quite nice, giving us plenty of room to lay out our clothes to air out (very smokey in Europe) each night. Plus, the room had a door that opened to the outside, and we were able to hang some clothes outside on the railing to get more air exposure.

We found the hotel staff to be top-notch. Each time we made a request of the housekeeping staff, they responded within 10 minutes. The people at the front desk spoke fluent English, and were always available to answer questions. The shining star was the Concierge. This gentleman spent an inordinate amount of time answering our questions, giving us directions, making reservations, etc. Each request was fulfilled with a pleasant smile, and all of our experiences were exactly as he described. Beware the fee for his reservation services, though - it was around 20%. We didn't mind, because we budgeted pretty high, but I doubt that economy-oriented travelers would be staying at this hotel anyway, so that's probably not going to be a problem for most guests.

The hotel was an easy one mile walk to the main city center (the Marienplatz), and because we were so close to the main subway station, we never rented a car the entire time. We were able to either walk or take a subway to everywhere that we wanted to go, and if the destination was outside of the city, the wonderfully efficient rail system was also just across the street. Although at times we were exhausted from all of the walking, I don't think that we would have had a better experience being closer to the Marienplatz, because the quality of the room and the hotel itself was above anything that we were likely to find at a comparable price closer to the Marienplatz.

The swimming pool and jacuzzi were wonderful and very clean. We did not eat at the hotel restaurant, nor did we stop at the hotel bar, because we wanted to experience all that the wonderful city had to offer. We did not use the gym, but it looked to be clean and in good condition.
Also, we did not use room service.

Each room has a plasma wall TV, which was very nice, but the system used to operate it was kind of lacking. Because we didn't understand much of the dialogue, we didn't do too much channel-surfing, so it wasn't a big deal. Each room also has a programmable combination safe, which was very nice - no keys to tote around or hide. The bathroom was very well laid-out, but our shower leaked water out onto the floor through the doorjam. The heated towel racks over the tub were great for drying out wet clothing quickly, and the housekeeping staff kept the room very clean each day.

You will need to bring a power converter or borrow one from the Concierge, as the power outlets are all European configuration. There was a high-speed Internet connection in the room, but we didn't bring a computer. We didn't use any of the hotel's business services, because we were on vacation.

We had absolutely no complaints, and we would most likely stay there again if we go back. Highly recommended to anyone!

Loved Le Merodoen

from Zabelle
I can't say enough about this hotel. The room has every comfort you could want including plasma tv. The spa staff is fabulous. I pampered myself with a body scrub and a facial and I wish I had had time for more. The desk staff could not have been friendlier and the buffet breakfast which was included in our rate was among the best I've ever seen. I even came to enjoy the strob lights of Sexyland outside our window. I highly recommend this hotel. We were there Jan 10-14, 2004

Nice rooms

from malyko
I thought this hotel was in a good location. The main attractions were an easy walk from the hotel. The room was exceptionally clean, and felt comfortable to be in. We did not eat at the hotel because we were scared to after we were told the breakfast buffet was $20 euro per person. :) You can do better than that at many of the restaurants in Munich. Overall, I thought this was a nice hotel to stay in; we got a good rate for under a $100 euro a night during the Christmas holidays.
This chain of hotels is always dependable.

quiet

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed here for 2 nights in December and thought the service was great. The hotel was very relaxing, especially its bar area. The rooms were comfortable and roomy. We didn't love the location because it very near the Train Station... so that is kind of busy and takes about 15 minutes to get to the pedestrian area by foot. Although a quick tram ride gets you there in 5 minutes.

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  • Address: 41 Bayerstrasse - Munich - 80335 - Germany
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