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Golden Leaf Hotel Perlach Allee Hof

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We have stayed in the Frankfurt Golden Leaf several times and were expecting something similar. We were a bit mistaken. Although not a bad hotel, it is small and not particularly well-apportioned. The staff were not rude but were not particularly helpful, either. The location was convenient to the train, subway, and buses, but there was very little in the immediate vicinity. All in all, not a bad place, particularly if you have business in the area, but not a hotel I would wish to stay in again.

Enjoyed my stay at the Perlach Alle Hof, I stayed in a smoking room which is quite rare these days so I enjoyed that side of it, there was even a little balcony as well, free matchs in the ash tray even. The room was a good size, as with the shower as well & all was spotlessly clean, breakfast was good as well. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The only faults I could pick up was that there was a lot of talking outside from below at night from the restaurant staff and my room was not ready at the check-in time of 15.00, apart from that I had a great stay 'Well done'.

Very small and comfort hotel. We stay as room 207. It was very small but very comfortable and very clean. Very friendly staff and nice restaurant with open garden. Only one, location from airport so far, but if you have car its takes 35 minutes.

We stayed at the golden leaf hotel for three nights over one of the hottest weekends we have ever experienced at one point it reached 32 degrees, we arrived in Germany early and weren't due to check in until 3 we called the hotel who let us check in at 1 which was great, the receptionists where always polite and spoke good English, the hotel room was basic but comfortable (the beds where really comfortable) the breakfast was always good. The downsides the room had no aircon, no fan and the window only opened slightly which meant uncomfortable nights sleeping as it was too hot, the phone in our room did not work and we reported it to reception on the second day of us being there and where told it would be fixed but it wasn't, the WiFi was terrible worst WiFi I've ever experienced we had to log in to it at least 30 times a night which was very frustrating! The restaurant staff in the hotel were rude the ones who work behind the bar staring at us and making fun of our accents as we walked away it was very obvious, so overall the hotel was okay didn't pay much so can't expect much but some negatives.

The hotel can be reached fairly good by Ubahn. I was staying there for 2 weeks, unfortunately way too long. The first evening the window could not be closed. I put a chair in order to be able to close it, it was very cold. Next day I asked 2 things: to fix the window and to get an additional blanket. In the evening I got a note saying that we're sorry the window could not be fixed, I can get something from minibar (probably the hidden message was get drunk and u'll get warm). No blanket, of course. The second day it got repaired...no blanket. I asked again for blanket, finally I got it. As in any German hotel, the warmth is overrated...as it doesn' t exist. The breakfast was ok, but only the first week...the second week the croissants dissappeared. If you were late at breakfast, there was barely anything. Sometimes also at 7:20 it was too late. Briefly...if you want to stay 1-2 nights, that's ok. Above this period, better not. The price was 110 eur/night, which I think is highly overrated. One more thing: every shop around closes at 8PM, so if you need something in the evening (even still water) ...it is just bad luck, you won't get it.

Possibly the worse hotel i have ever stayed in! Where do i start? I booked the hotel for 3 nights on the pretext that the room was a twin. On arrival I was shocked to discover that they had placed me and my brother in a tiny double room. I do like my brother, but I do not want to share a bed with him. We spoke to management about the issues, who were not helpful. They stated we have to make special request to have a twin. I explained that the website gave the distinct impression that a twin would be allocated and that was the reason why I choose this hotel over cheaper alternatives. Staff were rude and finally offered us a solution of paying an extra $80 for another room. (1 night). When asked for a discount, they again came rude and refused. The room allocated was next to stairwell, which meant throughout the night and early the next morning the room shook as fellow guest entered and left the building. The next issue I had was the internet. On ‘Bookings.com’ who i booked with, the hotel state FREE INTERNET. This is misleading. You can get free basic internet (which means in reality means it fails to connect and when you do get through, you are limited in what you can accesses). You can have the option to pay an extra (two prices $3/$9). I addressed this again with staff, who yet again were rude!. There was no tea or coffee in the room, only very expensive mini bar. I am sure if they could charge for oxygen then they would seriously consider it! State of hotel. When entering the lift i held on to the bar, which fell off! Soap was missing from the shower and their were several other concerns. Check out time was at 12.00pm, which is great! However i had the pleasure of the maid coming into my room at 8.40! She knocked, i shouted ‘ No thank you!’ and she walked in anyway!? Luckily for her i had the cover over me! Finally on checking out of the hotel, the guy at the desk demanded another $120?! When questioned what this charge was for, he didn't know?! We discussed this for sometime and he looked through a pile of disorganised papers. Finally he conceded that It looked liked an admin mistake! I don't blame him for the mistake, he just looked confused. So over £400 for a three night stay in a three star hotel? Good value?

This was a great hotel to stay in , but not the one we booked with through our travel agent , the hotel is OK if you have you have a car , we didn't ! . we were struggling to get to the original hotel in the group of golden leaf hotels , and by the action of one diligent man Max barber , he got in touch with the original hotel , and we were transferred the next day ! . Vielen dank fur alles Max ! . The restaurant next door was good to eat in , and a short walk away was a place to get a coffee /tea and a pastry , round from that was an Aldis . So ! , great hotel if you have a car and a good reisse beuro , if not your in hot water ! . Many thanks again Max ! .

A very nice small hotel. The staff, both in the reception and the restaurant, was very helpful and spoke good English. Room was clean and had all the basics. There was some renovation work going on during my stay but while the sound was noticeable, it didn't particularly bother me or wake me up. I found the wifi completely adequate for my needs. The breakfast didn't have a huge selection but included all the basics one expects. The hotel is in a really quiet area but you have to walk just a couple of minutes to take the S- or U-Bahn to the city center. The hotel is not suitable for people with limited mobility, you have to use stairs to reach the elevator and restaurant. I'd recommend this hotel, particularly if you are in town for business in the neighborhood. Nothing too fancy but all the basic services were in order and it offered good value for money.

Quite decent value for money. The rooms provide just enough space and the air vents were a bit noisy. Some of the rooms are being renovated currently, so there is a little mess, but it's OK. The staff is very nice and helpful, you can always count on good advice and a nice cup of tea :) The greatest asset is the nice neighbourhood, very cosy and green, with lots of little restaurants, bakeries and shops, well communicated with the city centre by U-bahn and S-bahn. I can recommend the Hungarian restaurant, right downstairs in the hotel building. They serve fresh Paulaner and you just have to try their chicken wings, they are delicious. All in all, if I ever come back to visit my family in Munchen Perlach I will definitely stay here.

Pros : Near public transportation , the area is very quit and relaxing , Aldi super market is a few steps away and the room is convenient Cons : Very small room but contains everything u need and sound proofing is very bad

Therese-Giehse-Allee 76 Munich BY

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Concierge services

Located in Neuperlach, Golden Leaf Hotel Perlach Allee Hof is 5.9 mi (9.4 km) from Hofbrauhaus and 5.9 mi (9.6 km) from Viktualienmarkt. This 57-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and coffee/tea in a common area. English Garden and Deutsches Museum are also within a 20-minute drive of this Munich hotel.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at Ludwigs Wirtshaus, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.


Rooms

The 57 rooms have an array of amenities, including minibars, free newspapers, and desks. 26-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Hair dryers are also standard.


Property features

At Golden Leaf Hotel Perlach Allee Hof, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a library. Self parking is offered for EUR 8 per night. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers and a garden.

Room options

Triple Room (new renovated)

Twin 1 | Sleeps 3

Twin Room (new renovated)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Twin Room, 2 Twin Beds

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Room, 1 Queen Bed (new renovated)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

62% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 262 reviews