Opera Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed for one night in this small and familiar hotel. Small rooms as it is located in the middle of the center. The breakfast was served at the table and was very delicious. I just loved the quiet time an no rush at the breakfast buffet. I really hope that I will come back.
Hotel is located close to the city centre (walking distance). The decoration is unique and every detail was careful chosen. Not only in the lobby but also in the room. Staff was extremely polite, if not number 1 one of my top 3 (I've visited more than 200 hotels over the last few years). I was also impressed by the breakfast. Excellent presentation &! You need to have this experience. It made my day.
the location of the hotel was good, a quick commute to the centers and easy to get around the city - but our stay at the hotel was terrible! we spent 2 nights with the hotel and was woken before 7 each day as the room was located over a garbage disposal of the area! we requested a smoking room or a rom with a terrace, but that was not accommodated! The room was not cleaned properly before our stay, the carpet was filled with long hairs which I found very revolting! The bathroom showers never managed to keep the water in the bathroom, but all over the floors and if it wasn't for our towels trying to save the room carpets I think it would have been all over. I TRIED SPEAKING TO THE MANAGEMENT - BUT NO ONE WAS AVAILABLE - ALL WERE ON LEAVE. the staff at the hotel ( not the management) were the only reason I stayed - they were all amazing and very helpful! the gem of the hotel very accommodating and friendly
My fiance and I stayed here for a few days during Oktoberfest. The hotel is located a 3 minute walk from the Lehel U-Bahn station and we found it very easy to access from the Central Station as we were traveling with light luggage. The neighborhood is quaint and we enjoyed living like locals, wandering through the streets and stumbling upon a market set up in the square. There are a few restaurants within walking distance of the hotel as well as cafes, a pharmacy and florist. Marienplatz was a quick 10 minute walk away. The hotel is beautiful and when we arrived we were served a welcome drink along with some Bavarian snacks like pretzels, meats and cheese. Breakfast is lovely- set up like a proper English tea with beautiful china, delicious coffee and a la carte menu items. We had an assortment of breads and the waitstaff enticed us with fresh made cakes. Service was excellent, although on our second morning- the waitress seemed to forget about us and we waited awhile before being able to order our breakfast. We watched as a number of people came in after us and were served theirs. She seemed young and perhaps a little overwhelmed. It was quite busy, so perhaps letting her have a few tables in the same room would help her to learn. Reception was very helpful, printing out maps when we asked for directions to different places in Munich. We had room 27, which had the loveliest enclosed terrace complete with heated floors. It was such a special addition to our room. I would definitely recommend this hotel and cannot wait to return!
We arrived at 0930 and our room was not ready. We were told we could leave our luggage and return around 1030 to get in. After flying all night, not what we wanted to hear. Then someone, perhaps a manager, saw that we had a lot of luggage and offered to give us a large apartment for the same price. This turned out to be an apartment in an adjacent building which worked perfectly for us. The apartment had six rooms and was well appointed for everything we needed. Unfortunately, we cannot comment on the other Hotel Opera guest rooms. But the lobby, dining area, and courtyard we quite bright, comfortable, and filled with many antiques. Our included breakfast Served at our table started with plates of smoked salmon, meat and cheese selections, coffee (or tea), fruit juices or fruit, breads, and was followed by eggs served to order, and dessert pastries. All very delightful and served by a team of attentive staff. Finally, the location of Hotel Opera worked very well for us, walking easily to most of the key sights, or taking the subway line, located only a block away from the hotel. This was a fine base for enjoying Munich and we would stay there again when in Munich.
Very convenient hotel. Our room was great with a great closed balcony overlooking the internal patio. Breakfast is really good, served inside or outside. The staff is friendly and helpful. Parking space could be a problem.
As soon as you walk into this hotel you know you have found an absolute gem. It is beautiful, and full of charm, character and quality. The location is great, easily-reached by public transport and comfortable walking distance from the center of town and the Englischer Garten. Staff were really lovely in the best tradition of boutique hotels. The one area for improvement is breakfast. The week after our stay in Munich we were booked at the Himmlhof in Sankt Anton Am Arlberg. This is a similar size hotel and their breakfast sets a lofty benchmark in giving guests a perfect start to their day.
Our first stop during a 17 day trip through Europe was at Hotel Opera. We arrived late at night since we missed our connecting flight from Paris. Check in was welcoming even at such a late hour...our rooms were lovely, individually decorated and comfortable. Baths were a tad small, but very well appointed. Breakfast on the patio was lovely, served on beautiful china and Italian silver, all a la carte, but included in our room rate. Overall, our two nights at Opera were comfortable, convenient to old town Munich and would definitely recommend to anyone seeking European charm and understated but fine service.
We found ourselves here unexpectedly after a change of travel plans.The young man on the phone was charming taking our reservation, and equally charming in person! The entire staff were delightful! The hotel only has around 25 rooms, in an old royal mansion just off Maximilianstrasse, and could be tricky to find with a car, but we succeeded. For 20 euros a night, there is hotel provided garage parking 5 minutes walk away. Being mainly full, we had to settle for a " superior room". This was quite small, as was the bathroom, but the artistic design of the room and bathroom were delightful and much appreciated! The bed was comfy! Another time we would go for a suite, it being only 120 euros more. And there WILL be another time. Breakfast was served almost like afternoon tea in a charming classical room, and there is a delightful patio terrace within the hotel surrounded by classical arches, which can be used for dining when the weather is good. I wholeheartedly recommend the Opera hotel to the sophisticated traveller in search of a different hotel experience in the heart of Munich.
We stayed for 3 nights last weekend when visiting the Munich Opera Festival. Good location,just off Maximilianstrasse, and efficient checking. Room (deluxe) was decent size but bathroom very small(only one person can fit in at a time) and why oh why was there no air conditioning? The weather was hot, and despite opening all external windows/doors we slept poorly, in part due to noise from the courtyard outside. This is a bijoux property and breakfast was decent and the staff friendly. Dinner is available in a restaurant nearby though not on-site. For the price being charged the facilities are below par,hence it is only worthy of 3 stars.
- Walking distance to Marienplatz and Bavarian National Museum
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Altstadt-Lehel, Opera Hotel is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Bavarian National Museum and Hofbrauhaus. This 25-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like 2 restaurants, free breakfast, and free in-room WiFi. Marienplatz and Residenz are also a short walk from this Munich hotel.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Grandl Restaurant, which specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with 24-hour room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
All of Opera Hotel's 25 individually decorated rooms provide free newspapers, safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Beds are dressed in pillow menus and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests of Opera Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a business center. You can take advantage of free offsite parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 70 per vehicle roundtrip. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include express check-in, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 293 reviews