Munich: City Aparthotel München

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We stayed here on the first leg of our holiday in Munich, and here is what we thought about it.

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Photo credit: https://www.city-aparthotel.de/en/

+ This serviced apartment felt new.  It was thoroughly clean in the room, hallway and throughout the lobby.

+ We booked a one-room apartment, which had a double bed and a sofabed,  and was able to accommodate our family of four.  The space was not big but the room was a lot better than the other bigger aparthotel we stayed at in the same area (I’ll post about it too, soon).

–  There was a tiny but sort of modern kitchenette concealed in what I first thought was a cabinet.  We didn’t get to use it; but if we did, we would find it too small.

+ There was no disgusting food smell in our room (not at all uncommon to small apartments) which was a big big plus!

+ The concierge was welcoming and helpful.  We owe to them our wonderful time at the Christmas market in Residenz, which they recommended.

+ The location was central and within a convenient walking distance to the Old Town which was where most of the happenings were during the time of our visit (advent 2018).

*Ah my only complain was the bit challenging 1-km walk from Hauptbahnhof,  but it was entirely our doing and not at all the aparthotel’s fault.  We could have taken a taxi and not dragged our luggage on the uneven cobblestone road.

So, no harm booking this aparthotel if you are watching your budget.

Here is the aparthotel’s website: https://www.city-aparthotel.de/en/

And these are some of the pictures taken during our stay…

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Vicinity of the aparthotel
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Something nice to add to the warm, welcoming feeling in the lobby
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Here’s the kitchenette I talked about
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Nothing fancy but good enough

Here are the other posts on our Bavarian and Austrian holiday:

  1. Munich: Start of our family’s tales from last winter
  2. Munich: Viktualienmarkt Biergarten
  3. Munich: BMW Museum and BMW Welt
  4. Munich: Theatine Church and Odeonplatz
  5. Munich: Christmas Markets
  6. Munich: Hofbrauhaus Beer Hall

 

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