The Best Western Atrium Hotel is located in a central city location and offers an ideal starting point for your stay in Munich. In a ten minute walk you can reach the shopping mile between Stachus and Marienplatz. It is only a few minutes to the main railway station and the Oktoberfest field. Two inner courtyards ensure an oasis of peace in the heart of the lively atmosphere of the big city. In this way you begin your day in Munich fully relaxed. City visitors feel at home as well as business travelers at the Atrium Hotel. We offer a richly diverse breakfast-brunch, and the lounge and garden offers the opportunity to linger throughout the day. The business lounge provides four work stations with free of charge Internet access and a printer. Generous seating offers the opportunity for meetings or reading and current television programs can be followed on a large screen. Enjoy your stay.
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Pets allowed at 10.00 EUR per pet per day
My friends and I stayed at this hotel for two nights last week while visiting Munich. The positives about the hotel are that it is close to the train station (about five minutes away by foot) and...
Booked in here for 2 nights. Single room is tiny, just enough room to get to bathroom
It’s a clean bed & a reasonable rate.
Surrounding area is very Muslim so mainly restaurants rather than bars...
By Neil R
Manchester, United Kingdom on 21-Jun-2019
This BW has a feeling of being squeezed into its location. It is on a one-way street in a multi-cultural neighborhood that was a bit noisy. If you have a rental car you need to call ahead to make...
Corona, United States on 20-Jun-2019
Short walk to old town. Lots of food options within a few blocks. Breakfast available in hotel but very pricey. Nice clean place. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Would consider staying there...
Alabama on 25-May-2019
The hotel is conveniently located near the central railway station. For some people the area might appear to be neglected, but it is safe. Room was clean, and comfortable. Wifi is free and relatively...