What We Love
- Breakfast and a bottle of sparkling wine at a four-star spa hotel near Munich's Englischer GartenCatching a live DJ spot at Theos Bar
- Admiring the giant pagoda at the nearby Englischer Garten, one of the largest on the globe
- Wallowing in the Garden Spa's two saunas and steam room
What To Know
- The hotel has a fun beer garden and outdoor terrace (this is Munich after all!)
- Some guestrooms have charming balconies overlooking the courtyard
- Free WiFi
Home to raucous Oktoberfest and some of Germany’s chicest boutiques and restaurants, Munich is a city that squares up to Berlin in the cool stakes. Pullman Munich is in the bohemian Schwabing district, a leafy stroll from the Englischer Garten, one of the largest parks in the world.
Theos Restaurant serves fresh and unfussy wholesome food among minimalist soft-grey furnishings and the cocktail bar is open late, with regular DJ slots. To soothe post-party heads, there’s spa with a sauna, a steam room and a massage menu. Pullman Munich nabbed a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014.
How to Get There
Stylish modern hotel in the prestigious Schwabing district, not far from the English Park, beautifully decorated rooms, excellent beds and pillows, comfortable bathroom with shower, beautiful view of the courtyard.
Nice staff and proper management of the hotel, thanks a lot to the hotel team, we will come again!
We found Pullman Hotel to be near to public transportation which was very convenient to visit the OctoberFest going on in the city. There was a nice grocery near with wonderful figs! The staff were very accommodating and spoke excellent English.
I could not get my bearings with this hotel. Yes it has a station outside the door, but the hotel itself is not within walking distance of anything. (Other than a Convenience store) Thankfully, Theo’s restaurant and bar was of a really good standard with the best bar staff, so we chose to eat here most nights, rather than brave the crappy weather and go searching down the street for a restaurant.
An ok room, but not at the Pullman standard we are used to. No robes or slippers in the room, no welcome “treat” in the room, no automatic room upgrade, so obviously Australasian Accor status isn’t reflected here. Beds were on the uncomfortable side, as were the European pillows. Room itself was spacious, with a deck, but it was miles away from the elevator. The design of this hotel is a little strange; a U shape complex, but with only one elevator, so you go up so far in one,and down in another. The hallways go on for ever and ever.
The room (347) needed a thorough clean. All the surfaces in the room were dusty and the bathroom needed a proper clean. The back of the bathroom door (frosted glass) was filthy with soapy watermarks and fingerprints and whilst sitting on the loo, this was highly evident. The soap dish(kudos for actually providing one) was never cleaned our entire stay and I twice had to phone housekeeping for fresh towels as they were not replaced after the room was serviced. The bathroom too was dusty and thee housekeeping staff were not very generous with the shower gel or soap.
Just a point to note, our first three nights were booked using our Accor points and the room was charged out at full rack rate of 548 Euro per night - you would need your head read to agree to paying this for a night at the Pullman Munich!
We were in Munich for a trade show held at Messe, which is where we normally stay (Novotel Messe) but there was no available accommodation anywhere around Messe during our stay. the Pullman Munich is a good 45-50 minutes by subway (including 2 or three changes) so not really a good location for a trade event.