Hotel Door

Contemporary and spacious, these four star studio apartments are a delight to stay in and offer a flexible way to experience this fabulous city. Being near tram stops and the main train station, when you book a studio here, you are within striking distance of all the main sights as well as being conveniently located to reach the business area.

The building has the security of a 24 hour reception and underground parking which is payable. Extra bed linen and towels can be arranged if required.  The beauty of choosing to stay in a studio apartment instead of a hotel room means that you are choosing the freedom to spend your time the way you want to.  All the apartments are fully equipped with dining and kitchen facilities, a comfortable lounge area, weekly cleaning, air conditioning, complementary mineral water and toiletries, cable TV, a work desk area and free internet access.

In addition, there are extra business amenities with fully equipped conference rooms and a modern gym.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For romance

The English Garden is one of the largest city parks in the world and offers you the chance to partake in a variety of romantic pastimes to spend the day.  From hand in hand strolls to boating on the lake or a bicycle made for two, these dreamy gardens are a lovely way to spend some couple time.  Be warned though, there is a designated naturist area within the parks boundary…..

For families

The German Museum is perhaps the largest and oldest science museums in the world.  Over 1.4 million visitors pass through its doors every year and your family should be amongst them when you are in this wonderful city. With the astronomy, aviation and music exhibitions being amongst the most popular with families, this fascinating place makes for a great day out for children of all ages 

For culture

The Neue Pinakothek is arguably one of the most important galleries in the world and houses works from the 18th and 19th Centuries with a permanent collection of over 400 masterpieces, claiming works by Van Gogh, Klimt, Monet and Picasso as residents.

For shopping

Sebastian Wesley is the shop to head to for bags full of traditional German keepsakes and souvenirs.  This little emporium has been in business since 1557 and is crammed full of carved wooden trinkets, tankards, stein glasses and handmade candles.

For eating out

Nektar is a hedonist’s delight.  Dramatic yet light hearted, food is served to you Roman style – lying down!  Recline, relax and watch the in house drag acts who will happily chat, and embarrass you, while you eat!

For nightlife

Any trip to Munich is not complete without a visit to the world famous Hofbrauhaus!  Founded in the 1500’s, this institution offers an authentic Bavarian drinking experience where tourists and locals mingle on the social bench style tables and seating.


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