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Relatives of ours have stayed at the Acanthus several times and recommended it to us. We too have now stayed here more once. Dec. 2004 and now Dec. 2007. On a small side street.........
In 2004 we spent Christmas day with our 2 sons, other...More
As others have said, the location is great. It is about a 10-15 minute walk to Marienplatz and it is just a block from the Sendlinger Tor U-bahn stop. There is a nice little bar which is also the same room used for breakfast. The...More
We stayed at the Acanthus during Oktoberfest last year. Prices were very reasonable at the hotel and the location in Munich was terrific. The only complaint I had was the rooms were very dusty and smoky; do not stay here if you have asthma or...More
We traveled to munich for the opening weekend of Oktoberfest so prices everywhere were very expensive. This hotel really had a ton of great options though: off street parking, bar, extremely helpful desk help, and an amazing location to the city center/sites as well as...More
The only great thing about this hotel is its location. Although we asked (and called to make sure after reading reviews) for a non-smoking room, it had clearly been used before by smokers; the guy at reception welcomed us with a cigarette in his hands...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"