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I know the Acanthushotel for 12 years and my family has a tradition to go every December for 3-4 days to visit the Christmas Markets. Of course, in this tradition the Acanthushotel is THE hotel we book every time! Amazing service, comfortable rooms, wonderful location!...More
We took our Granddaughter to Munich to see the Christmas Markets and chose Acanthushotel for its location and reviews. It was inside the old city walls and near the S and U Bahns. It was also an easy walk to Marien Platz where the main...More
Stayed 3 nights in the Acanthushotel Munich for the Christmas Markets which was highly recommended by friends who advised it is all about location, location & location. The price is right and it is a no frills (possibly budget in description) but being 3 minutes...More
Stayed here in late November 2015, when it became tough to find a room due to the Tollwood German rock music festival... It's strategically located on a side street, a short block away from Sendlinger Strasse, which makes it convenient to the Altstadt and Rathaus,...More
We used the Acanthus as a base for a few days to get over our jet lag, the location is fabulous, only a couple of minutes to a UBahn station, a 10 minute walk to Marienplatz and Old Town.
We took the breakfast option on...More
US$99 - US$147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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"