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Pluses: location (really close to historic sites and centrum); reasonably priced (100 euros per room including a great breakfast); nice staff; good-sized room with big, comfortable bed.
Minuses: bad pillows; no air conditioning; no free WiFi; nice HD TV with nothing much to watch.
Stayed for 4 nights here and the location was great. Equidistant from the historic city centre and Oktoberfest grounds. Great breakfast, quiet little street. Really quaint and you could tell it was family run with pride. They could really use some better pillows though, but...More
Based on previous reviews we booked this hotel for 3 nights and was unsure what to expect. It turned out to be a great little hotel, the room was a decent size, clean and tidy with all amenities. The hotel had a lovely little dining...More
Hotel Acanthus was found on Tripadvisor. Must say it was a perfect stay in Munich. Good location, within walking distance from the U-bahn, easy reachable with S-bahn from the Airport. City centre is only a short walk away (do not miss the private baroque church...More
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
US$104 - US$180 (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"