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Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Yes Europe doesn't like AC, but the guy at the front desk first laughed at me and when I insisted he got upset and said it would take at least 3 months for it to be fixed. The super small room didn't help, but in the end it's the staff's attitude that makes it or breaks it.

Clean hotel small for quick trips and close to some stuff there are things to do

The hotel was fine. The breakfast very nice. The room unfortunately smelled of smoke so much that each morning I felt as though I slept in an ashtray. I should have learned from my stay there two years earlier. As soon as I entered the room it hit me. My room smelled of stale smoke then too and I'd forgotten! I stuck it out and got used to it but wouldn't go back.

We were given a room at the top floor, the room was cute but it had low ceiling. We made it work, but it would not be ok for a tall person. Overall, I would recommend the hotel.

I stayed at the Leonardo Boutique Savoy Hotel Munich during the last week of Ocktoberfest. I have listed my main takeaways below. * The LOCATION was extremely convenient. It's about a 10 minute walk into the city center and two U-Bahn (subway) stops to Oktoberfest. * Great AMENITIES. The room included basics such as a blowdryer, toothbrush, toothpaste, razor, shaving cream, coffee, tea and a makeup mirror. * Bad WIFI. My only gripe is that they do not offer free WIFI. The hotel uses an outside vendor and it was pretty expensive. For my 5 night stay, WIFI alone cost me an additional $60. You can also purchase it hourly for about $8 per hour. * Rooms are small and clean. The mattresses are firm. * Staff is wonderful. I had a lot of requests and the staff was extremely accommodating.

Tinest bathroom we had among 3 & 4 star hotels in Prague, Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, and Vienna. Weird litte red spotlights were inadequate for reading in bed which was the only space to read! The decor was a little too hip for us, but then we're seniors.

The hotel was at a great location, staff friendly,modern, clean will recommend to friends

The hotel is clean and has almost everything a hotel is supposed to have. It is also in a good location with many good restaurants within walking distance. It is close to Munich downtown. But it is called "boutique" for a reason. The room is half the size of a standard hotel room. It does not have a writing/computer desk. Shower space is tight too.

Room was clean however it appeared small for EU std's. and lacked an adequate desk/seating area for a laptop.

The room was clean, good location next to LMU, plenty of places to grab breakfast nearby. The walls were paper thin, so much so that I could hear every word coming from the room next door. Coupled with the ``night-club" feel of the place, this was a bad combo: neighbors tended to come home late and a bit tipsy, which made for a bad night's sleep. No free internet, and breakfast was not included and quite expensive.

Though the staff was freindly and the room was clean the rooom was extreamly SMALL. For the cost it was quite over priced. The hotel was about half the size of a Hilton studio in the US. The bathroom was so small there was literally no place to put the toilet paper. In the future i will shop around for a larger room with the same amenities

Stayed a few nights for the Oktoberfest... good location - just far enough away to stay quiet at night but close enough to walk to the Subway for the festival. Rooms are very small but clean and comfortable. Biggest disappointment was no air conditioning at all.

Amalienstrasse 25 Munich BY

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to New Pinakothek and Pinakothek der Moderne
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Maxvorstadt, Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as New Pinakothek and Pinakothek der Moderne. This 74-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Munich, the hotel is also a short walk from Old Pinakothek and Residenz.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.


Rooms

Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich's 74 rooms provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and free bottled water. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include laptop-compatible safes, phones, and desks.


Property features

Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich features free WiFi in public areas and free newspapers. Self parking is available for EUR 17.00 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage.

Room options

Comfort Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Deluxe Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich

Everyone (2) Business (5) Couples (3) Friends (2)
3

no ac, ok fine...

Everyone

Yes Europe doesn't like AC, but the guy at the front desk first laughed at me and when I insisted he got upset and said it would take at least 3 months for it to be fixed. The super small room didn't help, but in the end it's the staff's attitude that makes it or breaks it.

By , from Zürich, Switzerland on Jul 10, 2016

Review comment responded on Jan 1, 1970

Dear Alan, Thank you very much for your feedback. Every review is important for us as it allows us to look at our Hotel with guest’s eyes and helps us to detect areas need to be improved, finally to reach our ultimate goal: guest satisfaction. Please allow me to apologize for the behavior of our staff. We talked to them about this situation. Also I am really very sorry that our air condition failed. We work with high pressure to fix this but it needs a lot of time. We truly hope that this incident have not tarnished your image of Leonardo Hotels and we will have the opportunity to welcoming you again to one of our hotels. Best regards - Melanie Brandenburger / Guest Relation

3

i didn't stay there long but the hotel was clean

Everyone
Center few stops away

Clean hotel small for quick trips and close to some stuff there are things to do

By on May 28, 2016

Review comment responded on Jun 14, 2016

Dear Anonymous, Thank you very much for your feedback. We are glad to see that you enjoyed your stay with us and you appreciated the friendliness of our staff. We hope we can welcoming you again to one of our Leonardo Hotels in the near future and we wish you all the best. Kind regards, Melanie Brandenburger / Guest Relation

3

good location

BusinessTravelers

The hotel was fine. The breakfast very nice. The room unfortunately smelled of smoke so much that each morning I felt as though I slept in an ashtray. I should have learned from my stay there two years earlier. As soon as I entered the room it hit me. My room smelled of stale smoke then too and I'd forgotten! I stuck it out and got used to it but wouldn't go back.

By on Nov 2, 2015

4

low ceiling

Couples

We were given a room at the top floor, the room was cute but it had low ceiling. We made it work, but it would not be ok for a tall person. Overall, I would recommend the hotel.

By on Feb 11, 2014

4

oktoberfest

GetawayWithFriends

I stayed at the Leonardo Boutique Savoy Hotel Munich during the last week of Ocktoberfest. I have listed my main takeaways below. * The LOCATION was extremely convenient. It's about a 10 minute walk into the city center and two U-Bahn (subway) stops to Oktoberfest. * Great AMENITIES. The room included basics such as a blowdryer, toothbrush, toothpaste, razor, shaving cream, coffee, tea and a makeup mirror. * Bad WIFI. My only gripe is that they do not offer free WIFI. The hotel uses an outside vendor and it was pretty expensive. For my 5 night stay, WIFI alone cost me an additional $60. You can also purchase it hourly for about $8 per hour. * Rooms are small and clean. The mattresses are firm. * Staff is wonderful. I had a lot of requests and the staff was extremely accommodating.

By on Oct 10, 2012

2

not a 4 star experience!

Couples

Tinest bathroom we had among 3 & 4 star hotels in Prague, Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, and Vienna. Weird litte red spotlights were inadequate for reading in bed which was the only space to read! The decor was a little too hip for us, but then we're seniors.

By on Nov 2, 2011

5

great location and price

Couples

The hotel was at a great location, staff friendly,modern, clean will recommend to friends

By on Jul 4, 2011

3

nice but small

BusinessTravelers

The hotel is clean and has almost everything a hotel is supposed to have. It is also in a good location with many good restaurants within walking distance. It is close to Munich downtown. But it is called "boutique" for a reason. The room is half the size of a standard hotel room. It does not have a writing/computer desk. Shower space is tight too.

By on Jun 13, 2011

3

close to city center

BusinessTravelers

Room was clean however it appeared small for EU std's. and lacked an adequate desk/seating area for a laptop.

By on Jun 13, 2011

3

thin walls...

BusinessTravelers

The room was clean, good location next to LMU, plenty of places to grab breakfast nearby. The walls were paper thin, so much so that I could hear every word coming from the room next door. Coupled with the ``night-club" feel of the place, this was a bad combo: neighbors tended to come home late and a bit tipsy, which made for a bad night's sleep. No free internet, and breakfast was not included and quite expensive.

By on Feb 24, 2011