x The average starting price for a place to stay in Munich is £81 per night.
mschneider we stayed 2 nights. clean and very quiet, in a good zone, not so far from tghe city center. good breakfast, but it could be better with warm brioches.
Chris.M This is one of the best hostels you are likely to come across. The venue, the facilities and the service are all top of the range. The communal area with the real "living" trees inside the building was one of the highlights. The bar and the full continental breakfast are excellent additions to what is one of the best hostels in Munich and possibly Germany.
misshoneyc Christine the manager is an absolute diamond, extremely friendly and helpful! Great, friendly service. Very clean, well maintained. Lovely breakfast
vanessa Good hostel, nice locaiton - walking distance to the train station (abt 10 mins) and to the city center (abt 15 mins). Very big hostel, so has busy reception and was full ( August is busy time). New self-catering kitchen, elevator (sometimes stops work), pretty clean. For locker, towel, additional key and almost everything else need pay deposite, shits are included. Dorm for 14 beds has only 2 restrooms (WC and shower in each one) - it's not really enough, especially busy at mornings. I liked lamps near each bed and big lockers in the room.
ismetsamat The room was nice and clean. Everything was there and there's a lot of shops downstairs where you can get your food. Free Internet through WiFi or you can use your cable if you wish. It's not that central but you can get the tram, train (S-Bahn), underground train (U-Bahn) and also bus to get to downtown.
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