Hotel Deutsches Theater3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Great location, older rooms but still well looked after and very big in size. The buffet breakfast has a good variety of food. It is approximately 5 minutes walk to Central Station and another major station so is very convenient. It can be a bit noisy in the middle of the night as it is a busy area of town.
Personnel very unfriendly. Management Arrogant and greedy. I reserved 2 nights. I couldnt make it due to à flight cancellation. They canceled the 2 nights leaving me on the street on the second one during Oktoberfest... They invoiced 2 nights inclusive breakfast ! When I asked for the invoice they insulted me.
We arrived after a long day of travel and picked this hotel for its proximity to the main train station in Munich. I was a bit skeptical after reading some reviews but it was in Rick Steeves book so I took a chance. When we arrived the lobby was very dark so we really couldn’t see much. We proceeded to our room where one bed was broken and the head was about 4 inches lower than the other bed. The man at reception gave us another room It faced the street with a YMCA directly across. It was so noisy all night with people yelling. Not the best neighborhood, either. The room was very hot. We did not get a good nights sleep, for sure. Couldn’t wait to leave.
I prepaid for the other and stayed in this one by mistake. There are two hotels "Deutsches Theater" This one at Landwehrstr.18 and the other at Schwanthalerstr.15. One's e-mail address is "deutches-theater-hotel" and the other is "deutchestheaterhotel"....
The hotel is located quite close to the central station ja the old town. The rooms are spacious (at least ours was) and clean but the hotel is outdated and in need of a renovation. We had a room to the courtyard and it was very quiet. The breakfast is fine for 9 €.
This hotel was comfortable. I slept well with windows closed which could get hot if the weather is warm. Breastfast was delicious and a highlight. Location is very good, easy walk too many sights and train. We did not stay out after dark. I would feel a little uncomfortable at night. Very basic accommodations.
We stayed here for one night only and that was to go to the Oktoberfest. The fest was in walking distance, so the suited us. The hotel in general had small rooms and fittings and fixtures extremely old. From a tourist point of view it's nice and central, but thats all. It's also frightfully expensive during Oktoberfest.
I stayed here for Oktoberfest and had to pay 10 times the normal price. The hotel is located near the main train station in a very seedy district. The man at reception told me it was a very dangerous area at night. There are alot of immigrants in the area who hang out on the streets. The hotel is clean enough but it is stuck in the 80s and needs renovation. The breakfast costs 9 euros and was rather pleasant. The reception is very small, but the staff is very friendly. The bathroom is exceptionally small and the shower had issues controlling the temperature and kept cycling between hot and cold. I would stay at the nearby sheraton.
Very close to the railway/tram station. Surrounded by a number of eateries serving almost every cuisine suiting all budgets, walking distance from all local attractions as also availability of Taxi at the doorstep. Front office desk manned by the most lively and jovial staff to take away all your tiredness after a hard day of sight seeing. The property is good, well maintained with daily housekeeping. The rooms are spacious with a huge window overlooking the street and the lively crowd down below. The washrooms is with vintage fittings but totally functional and good. One recommendation for the hotel Management Please do provide an electric tea kettle. Overall a wonderful experience and recommendation for all travels to enjoy the German hospitality.
Hotel stopped in time, from reception where you have no place to storage bag till the rooms- the hall to go to the rooms it the best place of hotel and then when you get to the room you see that pictures does not reflect on the room : old carpet, bad pillows , old TV and stains in the wall The toilet is also small and barely could bath my baby ( and mould of course) definitely not worth and wouldn't place my family there - specially when the housekeeping just enter in the room without even knocking at your door!!!
- Walking distance to Marienplatz and Asamkirche
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Ludwigsvorstadt, Hotel Deutsches Theater is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Marienplatz and Asamkirche. This 26-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Munich, the hotel is also a short walk from Church of Our Lady and New Town Hall - Glockenspiel.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.
The 26 rooms have an array of amenities, including free newspapers, safes, and desks. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests staying at Hotel Deutsches Theater enjoy free WiFi in public areas and free newspapers. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables.
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50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 404 reviews