Nothing but good things to say about this hotel. Thick walls. Great Location. Always clean. And for that little extra, it was always great coming back to chocolates on the pillow.Comment of Y. Alex , United States the 2015-03-28
Our recent week long stay at the Hotel Koenigshof was outstanding in every aspect. We were so pleased by the service and the friendliness of the entire staff. The room was well appointed and the location cannot be beat for exploring the great city of Munich. Highly recommended.
"Beautifully decorated, centrally located hotel"
This hotel is walking distance from the train station HBF and Marienplatz. The rooms are nicely decorated. Request a room facing the Palace of Justice. Unfortunately, the fitness center only has 3 cardio machines and no weights. My husband and son had to walk a couple of blocks to use a fitness center that had the equipment they needed. The Hot tub was out of order during our stay. Last time we were in Munich we stayed here and breakfast was included and it was excellent. This time we can't comment on breakfast as it was not included and we found it to be pricey at 35 pp. Overall, it was a very nice and comfortable hotel. The lady that helped us at the front desk was extremely helpful (wish I could remember her name). I don't think they have a bell boy to help with luggage. Both times we've stayed there we rolled our bags to our rooms. Can't recall anyone there offering to help.
"Wonderful location and very comfortable"
Very elegant and comfortable hotel, with spacious rooms and suites, located on the busiest square of the city, close to the station and to the pedestrian area. Excellent restaurant, Michelin-starred, with a highly dedicated and skilled French Sommelier who knows the city much better than the totally inoperative Concierge (unable to recommend a restaurant on a Sunday lunchtime). Valet parking and excellent service throughout.
"Friendly Old School Gem"
Hotel Koenigshof was a great choice for our few days in Munich & its location at the very heart of the city highly convenient. The really stand out feature though was how personal & welcoming the hotel is given its status as one of the city's grande dames, though with just 87 rooms it isn't a behemoth.The interior has the grandeur of a bygone age without being at all stuffy & service is old school & kindly with staff going out of their way to assist. The ugly 1950's exterior facade is in complete discordance with the hotels interior charm. We didn't use the Michelin starred gourmet restaurant but loved the intimate ritzy little bar which serves great cocktails & a fine Prosecco. Breakfast was also very good, a generous & varied buffet with hot dishes cooked to order, fizz on ice & smart proper service. The elegant restaurant has floor to ceiling windows & offers a real experience, hence its renown as one of the top spots in town for a deluxe breakfast. We were also really happy with our room which was generously proportioned with large beds, luxurious drapes & a marble bathroom packed with Etro products. Crucially for me it was also bathed in light from the panoramic window onto Karlsplatz. A great stay.
"A Second Visit"
Our second stay in this hotel was every bit as good as the first. It is located within easy walking distance of the main railway station and the town centre shops and restaurants. Service was excellent - friendly but professional at all times.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM