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Our stay at Acanthus Hotel was comfortable and pleasant. The hotel has classical, well in some sense "old fashioned", atmosphere which is the charm of this hotel. We had all we expected based on the price offered.
The hotel location is great and ideal for...More
It is a small cozy hotel compared to many others but if you see the neighborhood, it's not bad at all. Located in a clean and lively locality 5 minutes walking distance from the nearest railway/underground (if I may say). It is best for the...More
Room 305 was on the back of the building, very quiet, very good wi fi reception. Roomy enough for two. Bath had shower cap, shampoo, soap in a bottle, package of cotton balls. Minimum number of towels. Bath was a decent size, but a tight...More
We really enjoyed our stay here. The rooms were cute and clean and the service was very kind and helpful. This was a great location, about 10 minute walk to the square. We purchased the breakfast buffet which had lots of different options: bread cheese...More
I booked here for June with the book now, pay later option through hotels.com. I used a debit card that I only use for traveling (i.e. I don't keep funds in it). Hotels sent by me a confirmation, however the hotel sent me a note...More
US$100 - US$291 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#15 Best Value Hotel in Munich
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Sorry. I do not know if they allow dogs or not. You need to ask the hotel directly. Also, same regarding 110 volts. Usually you do need an adaptor in Germany (and Europe), but perhaps the hotel can give you one.
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"Not a good one for views but take rooms on highest floor possible to get some glimpse at the Frauenkirche"