We rented this generous-sized and very secure (three locked doors) apartment 3C (fourth floor with elevator) for four days. It is very conveniently located within walking distance of the train station, downtown Munich, the museum area, and the REWE and Aldi supermarkets a few blocks away on Arnulfstraße. Except for the airport shuttle, we walked everywhere. The kitchen included a 3-burner induction range and oven, small fridge with NO freezer, toaster, nexpresso machine, separate coffee maker, tea kettle, dishwasher with pellets, single sink with liquid soap, microwave, iron & board, vacuum, one small dishtowel, cleaner pad, and two hot pads. There were ample glasses, plates, and utensils and enough pots and pans to make most meals. We used the washer and dryer in the shared hall. Be prepared for long cycle times, especially for the dryer, and for emptying the dryer’s water bin and lint basket. Except for an adequate supply of toilet paper, there are absolutely no provisions in the bath or kitchen; be prepared to bring or buy salt, pepper, paper towels, tissues, tea, coffee, bar soap, etc. The apartment is large with many electrical outlets, excellent lighting, good hot water, and reliable wifi. The photographs show views of all four apartments (see photos 17-19 & 32-34), so we arranged to get this apartment in order to have the rain shower. The bedroom had a large closet with plenty of hangers, luggage rack, desk, chair, clock radio and suit rack. The living room included a small dining table, sofa, coffee table, easy chair, lamp, TV, and counter with two stools facing the kitchen. The bathroom had two sinks, a heating towel rack (not working during this season), two large and four small towels. The noisy fan ran whenever the light was on. We never used the TV or coffee makers.
The apartment faces the street, which was noisy in the mornings due to nearby construction, trash collection, and automobiles. The dance studio was not operating during our stay so at other times, it was quiet. Although Mr. Huber gave us brief instructions for the appliances and we managed to figure out how to use the induction oven, what is really missing is a guest book. All other rentals have had a notebook with specific instructions about reaching the host in case of emergency; using appliances; internet access; addresses for local shops (pharmacy, supermarkets, etc), restaurants, museums, medical facilities, tour guides, and other places of interest; and instructions for vacating the apartment. We would recommend this apartment and stay here again, selecting one facing the back with a freezer and rain shower.