Staying in Munich for one night, I was looking for an inexpensive hotel with parking and not far from the metro. My choice was LetoMotel Munchen City Nord, near the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum metro for 64 € (from 49 € per night). Below is my detailed hotel review.
As I said, LetoMotel Munchen City Nord is located not in the center, but in the area of the Olympic Park and the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum shopping center, a 5-minute walk from the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum metro station of the same name and 2.5 km from the BMW Museum . In addition to the shopping center, opposite Lidl shops and the Netto discount market, where you can buy inexpensive products and eatable souvenirs to home (I buy various confectionery ingredients – from baking powder to flavoring).
The location of the hotel is shown on the map:
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How to get to the hotel
Since we traveled by car, I specifically chose a hotel not in the center, but not far from the arrival in the city. Therefore, getting to the hotel by car is not difficult, the entrance is not difficult, you do not need to go in the center and in traffic jams.
The hotel is suitable not only for those who drive, but also for pedestrians, since there is a metro station nearby that connects the hotel to the city center with a direct route (U-3 line). Which ticket or public transport ticket is better to buy, read the article on Munich transport .
You can get from Munich Airport both by taxi and by public transport.
- Transfer from Munich Airport will cost from 62 € per car. Convenient if you arrive in the evening or you have a lot of luggage. Also suitable for those traveling with children, since you can pre-order a child seat. And the language barrier will not become an obstacle – you make a reservation with an address through a Russian-language service. You can book a transfer here . It takes about 40 minutes to get there.
- By public transport you will need a little over an hour. Various options are offered by google maps: 1) on the S-bahn line S-8 to the train station, then transfer to U-1; 2) on S-1 to Munchen-Moosah, then transfer to U-3; 3) on S-1 to München-Fasanerie, then by bus number 175, 7 stops to Olympia-Einkaufszentrum Ost; 4) through the center on S-8 to Marienplatz, then on U-3 to Olympia-Einkaufszentrum
Check-in and a room
Check-in from 15:00, but as far as I remember, we arrived around 13:00 and we immediately settled.
The rooms in the hotel are small, but there is everything you need: a bed, a hanger, a shower, a toilet, tea accessories. The room is clean and modern.
Here is a photo of the issue:
Wi-Fi works well, Wi-Fi is free in the room.
Hotel amenities and meals
Of the main amenities of the hotel, I would single out a private underground parking. Payment 10 € per day.
Upon arrival, you need to take a card, you will leave on it when your stay at the hotel comes to an end. During your stay, check-in / check-out using a magnetic hotel card.
There is a left-luggage office and several vending machines with drinks and snacks
There is no breakfast at the hotel, but it doesn’t bother; there is a bakery next door that starts working from 7 a.m. for sure, maybe earlier. Here’s a breakfast for two will cost 12 €
And, as I said, there are two shops nearby. I don’t know operating mode, but from the evening you can buy some rolls, cheese, etc. and have tea and coffee in the room.
From 49 € per night without breakfast. In September, the cost was 64 € for a double room.
How to book
The easiest way is to book through booking.com, here is the link to the hotel . You can also compare prices through the hotellook.com service , perhaps other booking systems will offer a more profitable option.