Germania Hotel0.0 out of 5.0
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Nicely located, 2min walk from the main munich station easy to find. The staff are all friendly and breakfast was a standard selction of choices (cereals,bread,meats,cheese,toast) Drinks are available 24hr from reception but they had no spirits when I asked, the wheat beer was great though. Its a city centre location so don't expect countryside views like some of the last reviews cleary were. We used it for watching the football in Augsburg and would recommend it.
The Germania hotel is located some 150 metres from the main railway station in the multilingual and multicultural city part, full of oriental fast food cafes and a LIDL discounter 30 metres away. Not the most attractive part of town, the area is quite safe for the night coming back. The internet is great and free. The English speaking reception staff is very attentive and polite 24/7. There are two lifts always available for the use. We lived against a lift but never had problems with the corridor noises. Arriving too soon, we had to wait until 15.00 to check in – rare and bad. However, there is a luggage room to leave the suits and start to explore the city before the check in. That is good. Our room facing the street was quite spacious, had a soft carpet, a big mirror and even a dressing room. There was a flat TV set but we never switched it on. No fridge or safe found. The beds were very comfy, the pillows too flat and very inconvenient. The window frames are wooden and let all the noise of the cleaning trucks early in the morning, peoples’ shouts in the street late at night. A big disadvantage of the rooms. The bathroom had even two water basins and a bath. Plenty of towels and no saving on quality toilet paper! The dining place appealed to us much – a cosy green color styled, always available tables to be found, professional attendants, never waiting for the cutlery. Excellent juices, coffee, yogurts, sausages, bread toasts, hard cheeses, smoked salmon, rolls, honey vegetables and some fruits. A great 3 star hotel in the proximity of the railway station and some 500 metres to the Old town.
Well maintained hotel; the sparse equipment in my room all worked. Efficient service and good value. Although it occasionally is a noisy area, its location near the station and restaurants is very convenient.
Good location, just 3 minutes walk to Munich Hauptbahnhof (central train and Sbahn-Ubahn station. Helpful staff. The price is good and reasonable. Breakfast was perfect. There is a parking near by which you can use as hotel guest with a low price.
This hotel was excellent staff were very friendly the breakfast was very good with plenty to choose from. Rooms were very clean. You could get tea or coffee brought to your room which was not to expensive. Hotel location was pervict not to far from central station, so very easy to get to places. I would stay here again and I would recommend this hotel to others.
A seven minute walk from the Hauptbahnhof (Central Station). Straightforward check in. Old fashioned room keys with large fob. Helpful staff, except one occasion when I was handed the wrong key & didn't notice til I got up to my door. When I took it back the receptionist acted as if it was my fault (partly correct as I should have checked) & asked me my name.
The staff were all quite friendly. The room we stayed in did not have a safe or a fridge. The pillows were thin and lumpy. There was poo in the bath/shower plug hole that was not cleaned properly once alerted to the problem. The hotel was generally pretty tired but the location was convenient to the main train station.
I was staying there during a very busy period - Bau Munich. From the descriptions I saw it was supposed to be in the proximity of the city center. Generally this is true. It is just 800m from the main streets but already in an area full of minorities. Actually those minorities who are dangerous and aggressive. I arrived by taxi in the dark hours of the evening, than I had a walk around 9 in the evening and I was not feeling safe in the area. I have to say I do not know much about Munich, so I am telling an impression from somebody who was just "dropped" in the area. First impressions of the hotel - a mix between bar and reception is welcoming you. It was full of noisy almost drunk males looking like factory workers. The receptionist was a bartender as well, very polite. Than with an ancient elevator you reach your floor. I was residing a single room - "mama mia"! So small and strange that I was tempted to measure it - 2,4m*4.5m. More like a corridor. Bathroom with a toilet with size of 1,50m*1.50m. No minibar. Free of charge internet - not very fast. The worst about the room was that there was a door connecting it with the next room. I guess in that way they are making a kind of apartment. It was locked, which is OK. The door leaf was so thin that I was having a normal conversation with my neighbors. The are talking, I am listening. They are snoring, I am listening. I am watching TV, they are listening to my channel. Unbelievable! I looked through the window - a lousy backyard and some windows of other hotel rooms just few meters away. Breakfast was very basic, but you will not stay hungry. It was like global summit of the poor - some muslims with big beards, some Asians, some Germans, few Indians and hotel personnel from Africa. Of course in such basic hotel all people were aloud to stay on breakfast with their habits - some of them with bare feet, others too noisy, third in their pijamas or their sport suits etc. If all this is explained in a discreet way on their webpage I will admit it. If the room was not costing a 150 EUR a night I would compromise. I can understand that because of the fair prices are becoming crazy, but still there must be a kind of decent approach. This was a shameless robbery.
Small but comfortable rooms, clean, quiet, decent breakfast included, steps from central train station. Very friendly staff. 24 hour 'bar service' (wine and beer) at reception at reasonable prices. I would definitely recommend this hotel for the overall value.
Germania hotel is in a very good location a few minutes walk from the main train station. Minutes walk to karlsplatz and further down marienplatz. We were there a week before Christmas and we went to all christmas markets on foot. Breakfast is buffet breakfast not that plenty to choose from but on the whole it was not bad for the money one pays. Room was clean and good size. Our room was a smoking room cause our friends room which was no smoking was a bit small. All in all I recommend this hotel cause you cannot accept luxury when the price was a bargain.
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48% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 646 reviews