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Rilano 24/7 Hotel München City

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

hotel is really nice, a fair bit smaller than the pictures make it out to be, staff are good, not a fan that the breakfast is next door but its a pretty good continental. location is just bad, its a very rough area and not really situated very close to the town centre

A good position closed to metro. Clean room and good inside restaurant. They have also a pub with good Bavarian beer. Taxi service. The best place to sleep closed to MOC fair center. I had a single room with television and big bed.

The hotel is small and so are the services - but good enough if you need a good place to sleep over, very close to the centre and train station. The outside, however, very poor and unpleasant to walk at night alone. The rooms are comfortable and clean and wifi is working properly.

Very nice hotel. Very quiet and clean. Comfortable room, nice service. Closed to downtown. New Bed linen, tv in room, good wi-fi, all you need is next to hotel, shops, Pharma and all other. Toilet and shower have glass wall, be ready for this )))

I have very mixed feelings towards this hotel but feel overall it is probably 3.5 stars - neither "very good" nor "average". More of a "good". The proximity of the hotel to the main train station is fantastic and it is an easy €11 trip directly to the airport. We came here for Oktoberfest and proximity wise, it was perfect. Approx. 10 minute straightforward walk to the festival. The room itself is small but sufficient. I stayed with my partner so the lack of privacy in the bathroom wasn't an issue but I can imagine it could be if you were with friends. Furthermore I found the large bottle of shampoo and soap rather than mini ones as per other hotels to be unusual and frankly quite gross! The bed was super comfy. Wifi worked well however you have to log in every time which got annoying. For a room that we were really only in at night, it was pretty good. Additionally, the revelrion staff were very friendly. Unfortunately the actual location of the hotel in terms of the area it is in, is what really lets it down. As per other commenters, the hotel is in what I can only describe as the red light district. There are strip clubs and sex stores absolutely everywhere. No exaggeration at all in saying that. In addition to this, the area just has a general seedy/dodgy feel to it. Lots of groups of men loitering around smoking, drinking and some blatantly doing drug deals in the light of day. Upon checking in I asked the gentleman who helped us if there is any security as there literally was a group of men blocking the doorway and he said there is 24/7 security however this was completely nonexistent. As a woman, I wouldn't have felt safe being by myself so if there was one thing I would stress from this review is to not recommend this hotel for female solo travellers. Overall the hotel served as a good base for our 3 nights in Munich for Oktoberfest but I'm not sure I'd recommend it for anything else.

We arrived in Munich City by train from the airport. We usually travel by taxi from the airport but we were quoted 70€ ! So we decided to get the train. We found that the trains run every ten minuets from airport to the city (even on a Sunday ) and only cost 11.20€ for a single journey. The Rilano Hotel is 5 minutes walk from main train station so was ideally located and easy to find. The area between the station to the hotel I can only describe as 'seedy' so first impressions of Munich were not good. We walked and easily found the hotel as it is situated on a corner of a block and the signage is good. The location of the hotel is ideal for the train station and sights of Munich - however it is seedy but equally felt safe - lots of kebab shops, fast food, bars , sex shops etc within this area and lots of groups of men hanging around on the street and outside cafes and takeaways etc, it's not located in the nicest area of the city. It seems that most of the hotels are located in this area so lots of tourists about. The hotel is ideally located. The hotel is clean and modern. Bed very comfy and shower great. We were located at the back of the hotel in room 601. No iron, kettle or mini fridge. No cafe or bar in hotel. Wifi perfect and free. Our booking did not include breakfast so we did not thankfully have the opportunity to drink or eat at the good fellows coffee shop- I say thankfully as it does not look enticing. There is a small cafe 100 yards to the left of the hotel entrance backerei maurerer cafe which was perfect for coffee and pastry in the morning (cost 12€ for 2 of us). I would recommend staying at the rilano as it's cheap and ideally located to the city. There do not seem to be any any hotels in the centre or on the English garden side of the city - all of the hotels seem to be located around the train station and within this area. If you only want to use the hotel as a base then it's perfect. We left approx 10 am and were out all day until 10 pm so ideal for us. We travelled to FC Bayern Munich to do tour. We travelled by subway and it cost us 3€. Subway close by to hotel and very easy to use due to colour coding. You must visit the beer garden in the English Garten especially on a nice day. It's a good walk from the hotel but definitely worth a trip. Great visit to Munich and yes I would recommend hotel as a base for sightseeing and getting about on public transport.

This is the first place we landed in Germany & was not a great first impression. I saw the reviews for this hotel and most of the people commented on how close it was to the train and Marienplatz, so that was one of the things that sold me. There were several that mentioned the strip club nearby, and really I didn't think that would be a big deal, so we booked. When we got there, there were lots of strip clubs in the area (not just one next door), you know they are there, but don't seem like a big deal. What I didn't read in too many reviews is this is really a crappy area. Someone mentioned there were sketchy people on the street talking to them in German. There was no one speaking German! It was the opposite of what you would imagine Germany to be. There were dozens of people in groups, especially at the coffee place down below, they would just stand around in the doorways all day & night, smoking and on the phone staring at you when you walked by. We found a group of boys harassing the women working at McDonald's down the street. The area is very dirty and scary, especially if you are a woman by yourself... by the way, the parking is about a 5 minute walk to a public parking lot across from a Cocoon Hotel & it can be hard to park to leave your baggage at the hotel first. Parking is a bit pricey also. So the good thing is that, once you get past a couple of blocks, you are in an amazing area to walk around in. There were lots of shops, restaurants & beautiful buildings, so if you can put up with the immediate area, it could be worth it, if you can't find a hotel in your price range closer to Marienplatz. We did not try the coffee fellows down below. It looked well decorated & new, but they were always full of the men that spent all day there taking up the seats. Instead, we went to breakfast down the street at the Courtyard Marriott, which was like an oasis & breakfast was really good! As for this hotel, the people that worked there were very nice. We felt our room was nice & clean. Its a little tight, but not uncomfortable. This was my favorite mattress on the trip of the 4 hotels we stayed at. It was REALLY comfortable & I slept very well (not normal for me at hotels). As others said, the glass bathroom is probably an issue if you are not alone, due to the light at night and the sound, as the door does not go all the way to the ceiling or the floor. The shower is not bad, but the glass does leak (the door does not close correctly, its oversized for the opening) so the floor gets wet & can be annoying to keep stepping on a wet towel. The air conditioning was a great plus & the elevator was good. This was not an amenity I thought of when searching for a hotel, but after staying at 4 places, you come to appreciate how quick & easy it was to use their elevator & both my husband & I could fit in it with all of our baggage. Since I recently read that this hotel does have non-glass restrooms, if you ask, the only thing that would keep me from coming back to this hotel is the street it is on. WE REALLY hated it... and while I could have afforded to stay closer to the City Center, I figured why spend hundreds of Euros more in a place we were only going to sleep at? If you are okay with the off site parking (or don't need it), you can handle walking through a couple of blocks of seedy people, and don't need to eat in the immediate area, the rest of the accommodations are very comfortable.

Nice little hotel, with a modernised 80's feeling in a busy area. Small but well made bathroom, unfortunately the breakfast is served on the cafe next door and not very good. Excellent customer service in the hotel.

The front desk staff were excellent in the evening. However the shower in the room was badly designed, the whole bathroom was glass and offered no privacy. The shower door had gaps allowing the water to escape onto the floor of the bathroom making it very slippery. The hotel is walkable to the tourist area and the train station but the neighborhood itself is sketchy, lots of sex clubs. But I must repeat, Nicole in the evening staff was excellent. And Frederick from the other 24/7 (really why do they have the same name) was also extremely helpful. Great staff!

The room is okayish but how the breakfast is handled here is a disaster! You get a voucher for the Coffee Fellows shop around the corner but you can only have the (not so rich) buffet there and not e.g. a bagel which contradicts the info they gave when I booked: "You can enjoy your breakfast in the 2016 newly opened Coffee Fellows Shop inside the hotel. In addition to the usual coffee shop selection a breakfast buffet is served daily between 07.00 am and 10.30 am." It was not possible to have a simple bagel with a coffee instead of the buffet (for a 11,90€ voucher!!). What a shame!

Schillerstrasse 17 Munich BY

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Church of Our Lady
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Ludwigsvorstadt within a short walk of Church of Our Lady, Rilano 24/7 Hotel München City is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Marienplatz. This 53-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a coffee shop/café, free in-room WiFi, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Located centrally in Munich, it's also close to English Garden and Rathaus-Glockenspiel.


For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Rilano 24/7 Hotel München City's 53 soundproofed rooms provide safes and desks. 32-inch flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries.

Property features

Guests of Rilano 24/7 Hotel München City enjoy free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a TV in a common area. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and tours/tickets.

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Trip Advisor aggregated rating

71.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 213 reviews