Hotel Deutsches Theater3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
There is no AC and not even a fan in the room. The neighborhood is littered with hookah shops and topless bars. It is loud and kinda scary! We wanted to keep the window open because of how hot the room is, but had to close it due to the up all nighters and completely inconsiderate motorists revving their engines all hours of the night. I took my workout to the parking area in the morning (very early like 6am seeing as there was no sleep to be had!). I was unlucky enough to watch a man and what I believe were two hookers tramp through drunk as can be hanging all over one another. Pretty disgusting. Our bathtub looked like a body had been chopped to pieces in it. There were no less than 75 to 100 chips in the enamel and hair from the previous tenant. The blow dryer would overheat after 30 seconds of use. Very disappointing. It should have been priced the same as a hostel, not a nice hotel.
Find it a rip off for the price. The neighbourhood is terrible. No English breakfast. Noisy youths on the same floor. No bar in the room as mentioned in the advert. Very basic room. Antiquated tv with nothing to watch.
Stayed here for 3 nights.we were on the 5th floor from Friday to Monday no water out of the hot water tap, the whole stay, every day we complained and every day they said they would look into it. and every morning the same. Luckily we had friend in other hotel and used their bathroom. Room was dated and the guy on reception made out he was doing me a big favour by giving me this room. All i ask from a hotel is that is clean and warm and there is a working shower, i feel that's not much to ask for. This hotel offered poor value for money and it did not deliver what is said. when complaining when checking out and reported again there was no water for a shower or a wash. He offer to take my two bottles of water off my bill !! I will never stay in this hotel again and i would advise anyone from booking this hotel. This is my 4 trip to Munich love the city so disappointed with this hotel.
I loved everything about this hotel. I had a single room for only one night, but it was extremely clean, quiet and comfortable. My bed was actually one of the most comfortable that I have ever had in a hotel. The staff was incredibly nice (I liked that there were older people at the welcome desk and not just youngsters) and gave me some good pointers on what to do in the short time I was in Munich. My room had a nice view of the theater that was very charming on a Saturday night with snow falling. Rooms were warm and bathrooms had all needed. Close to the HBF train station and not a long walk from city center). The only negative would be the elevator, which doesn't go all the way to the top floor. The elevator was actually out of service later in the night, but I felt this added character. Could be a potential problem, so be sure to get a lower floor if you need.
The best feature of this place was the Concierge Patrick who made our stay fun, interesting, and comfortable. The rooms and accommodations are very basic and dated, but clean. It's in a noisy, congested area, but in close proximity to all the places we wanted to see. Free breakfast was a nice bonus. Go just to meet Patrick!!
Rooms were nice. Quite small. Very noisy at night. The elevator could be an issue for some people as it is tiny (maybe 3 or 4 people at a time) and quite slow. It often would take us to random levels as well. The breakfast buffet was good. A lot of choices and you are able to make your own coffee from their machine. The area seemed quite dodgy. The only positive about the area is that it is walking distance to the main train station. All in all, very basic. Was ok for 2 nights but not sure I would stay again.
This hotel was well located being a short walk from Munich station and also from the main shopping area. The room was clean and the breakfast was satisfactory. It represented reasonable value for money. Unfortunately the lift was broken during our stay which was a bit difficult for us as we both have knee problems. The guy on reception was great as he carried our bags up the three floors and one of the cleaners brought them down for us at the end of our stay. A big thank you to you two guys! A laundromat is located about a 10 minute walk from the hotel as well for those in need of catching up on the washing.
I only stayed at this hotel for one night, I was watching a production at the Deutsches Theater so I wanted somewhere convenient to stay. I arrived earlier than the check in time (which was 14:00) but they were able to give me my room when I arrived. The staff were friendly on the whole. The interior was very dates, quite 70s Soviet. My room was clean and well heated but again quite retro. The bathroom was very clean and suited the purpose. They told me at reception that breakfast was an extra €9, but there were plenty of places to eat around the hotel so I didn't bother. I've heard the area described as 'dodgy' but I never felt unsafe. There are a few beggars on the streets, and also a high immigrant population in that area, but there was not an ominous atmosphere at all. In fact as a result there are a good number of foreign cuisine restaurants in the area. Overall I think the hotel is overpriced for what it is. It cost me €60 for one night in a room to myself, I know I wanted somewhere convenient for the Deutsches Theater but there are so many other hotels in the area that I should have looked elsewhere. I definitely would not give it 4 stars, it's maybe a good 2 or a poor 3.
The hotel is old fashioned, but we found it clean and tidy. The staff were very helpful and the breakfast we good. Can't complain for the price, very central.Our room was at the back of the hotel and very quiet.
The rooms are dated and old. Bed very poor quality and bed base dirty. Curtains could do with a good wash. Rest of furniture damaged or worn. Toilet seat broken, shower not the cleanest. The hotel is in a very noisy street and sleep is impossible, to hot to close window. Staff on the other hand very friendly and helpful and the hotel is walking distance to most places. But not worth the money they charge.
- 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. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee 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 385 reviews