In Hotel Brack, I stayed twice already during the official visits to Munich. When I was preparing for another trip to Bavaria capital city, I chose this hotel as the first, but there were no seats.
When there’s no free room in the hotel, it might means two things: hotel is extremely cheap (and then not necessarily be good) or very well. In the case of Hotel Brack it’s a second option. Rates from what I see have not changed over the years, and if so, then very slightly. Single room costs from 69 to 149 euros per night, this is not excessive rate per night in Munich. The room rate includes breakfast served from 6 to 12.
Rooms are clean (but this is Germany, so it’s no surprise) and cleaned every day. The equipment is standard – bed, wardrobe, table, chair, TV. Hotel guests have access to free Wi-Fi. Each room has a bathroom (also immaculate) with shower and sink (plus of course soap, shampoo, hair dryer and towels). Writing about the bathroom reminded me of a story, which testifies to the quality of the hotel.
One day I returned to the room after 5:00 pm and for several minutes, there was no water. A dozen minutes is not a problem. Once I refreshed myself (because the water quickly returned) I went down to the reception to meet friends and to go to my favorite place Paulaner Brauhaus (<<< click on the name to read more about here). Just when I reached the reception, I was accosted by the owner of the hotel. She apologized for the lack of water and proposed remedies within the framework of a free consumption in the hotel bar. When I suggested that there was no water for just a few minutes, and, in general, there is no problem, she said, it’s a decent hotel and such things should not happen.
Ok, was there’s another story about honesty. For two days thewere50 euros left on the table in my room and the room was obviously cleaned at this time. Do you think that money even moved? Of course not. Honesty really is the motto of this hotel.
Another advantage of the hotel is the location. The hotel is located 20 meters from the metro Poccistraße, and this means that everything is close. Access from the airport is by train (S-Bahn – S1 and S8, about 40 minutes) to Marienplatz, then by underground (U-Bahn U3 or U6, about 10 minutes).
If you come to Munich for Oktoberfest and you will stay at the Hotel Brack you’re the winner. From the hotel to the Theresienwiese (where takes place the main event) it’s 10 minutes on foot. Marienplatz (the central city square in Munich), you will reach by metro in 10 minutes and if you decide to see Robert Lewandowski in action at the Allianz-Arena, the stadium can be reached in 20 minutes. By subway. On Lindwurmstraße when you stay at the hotel you will find many shops and some pubs and restaurants. However, if you want to do some shopping you should be urry, because after 9 pm it’s starts to be a problem.
Tel: +49 (0)89 747255-0