Landshuter Allee 174, 80637 Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 896 799 61 email@example.com
Right in the centre and easily reachable: The second MEININGER hotel in Munich is located in the Neuhausen-Nymphenburg district. Its immediate proximity to the Mittlerer Ring road guarantees a hassle free arrival by car. The hotel is convenient for all city break travellers who don't want to forgo comfort despite having a small budget. Would you like to visit the Munich Olympia Stadium, take a day trip to Sea Life Munich or stroll from Hubertusbrunnen to Nymphenburg Palace? All the must-sees can be easily reached on foot or by public transport from the MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark.
Daily from 6.30 to 10.30 a.m.
includes a filled bread roll/sandwich, muesli/chocolate bar, fruit and one drink.
until 02.00 pm (private rooms only)
per day/pet (private rooms only)
throughout the hotel
The made by MEININGER Service is as individual as the guests at the hotel. This is proven by the service the hotel offers alongside the reasonably priced rooms with modern facilities. The hotel's carparks, free WLAN, packed lunches, breakfast buffet and late check-out all make your stay that little bit more pleasant.
The multiple bedroom with up to 8 beds is a private room. Depending on the number of guests there are single and bunk beds in the room.
The family room has no more than 6 beds in it. Depending on the number of persons, this includes single and bunk beds. A cot can be added on request.
What is a dormitory?
You book a bed in the small mixed dormitory with no more than 6 beds or in the large mixed dormitory with no more than 8 beds and share it with other guests. Available to guests from the age of 18!
You book a room in the women's dormitory, which has no more than 6 beds. You share the room with other female guests. Women from 18 years!
Please note: for bookings of several beds in dorms, we do not guarantee accommodation in the same room.
I has a good time there and it was really cheap
I payed 137 euro for one bad in a female dormitory and for 4 night: dusty room, can't open the windows, terrible air conditioning. I left hostel with dry eyes, skin and sore throat and flu. + there
It was possible to rest after the whole day.
It was nice room and I stayed 2 nights but the room service was not good. because the soap at washbasin was empty and not refilled till I left. This was my experience.
Very good and quiet Family room but since there was a fare in munich far too expensive
Overall good. Improve in brake fast
Just one problem....There was no bed sheet on Mattress on bed which was un higenic.
Munich has long since been more than just the capital of Bavarian cosiness. "Faster, higher, stronger", the motto of the Olympic Games is omnipresent in Olympiapark and everywhere else as well. In every nook and cranny of the metropolis located on the banks of the Isar, you can feel the powerful, bustling momentum. People, business, traffic and information, all moving together in the rhythm of the city. These impulsive Urban Dynamics also inspired MEININGER: the modern interior design of the MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark is full of energy and motion and livens up the guests' moods with a euphoric metropolitan atmosphere.
A sociable dormitory for backpackers, a homely family suite for parents with children, comfortable shared rooms for travel groups or perhaps a quiet single room is preferable for business people? MEININGER Hotel Munich Olympiapark simply offers all city break travellers the optimal accommodation. The rooms with their modern facilities at reasonable prices are guaranteed to make Interrail trips, family holidays, class trips or business trips a very special experience.
After a tour of Munich's exciting nightlife backpackers fall contentedly into their beds in the reasonably priced dormitories. Fortunately the reception is staffed around the clock so that the night owls can come home whenever they like.
Environmentally conscious business travellers can park their cars in the hotel's carpark. Public transport can be used for quick travel to appointments - the bus and tram stops are directly in front of the hotel.
Large and small families can sleep comfortably in the family suites at a particularly reasonable price. Meals prepared in the guest kitchen go easy on the tight travel budget as well and this provides for a relaxed atmosphere.
School classes benefit from the wealth of experience that MEININGER gained with travel groups. The modern shared rooms and special conditions for groups of more than twelve people make the hotel the perfect base for every class trip.
MEININGER hotel Munich OlympiaPark is located in the area of Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, which is one of the city´s trendiest and most lively quarters with a number of delightful restaurants and great options for shopping. The most obvious place you must check out when staying here is the hotel´s namesake, the Olympic Park and the Stadium. This impressive architectural wonder, with its lopsided structure, was originally built for the 1972 Summer Olympics that was held here in Munich. It now hosts a number of different athletic and cultural events. In addition, there is Sea Life München Aquarium nearby where you can experience the mystery and magic of the ocean and the sea creatures that inhabit it! This is a fantastic option for families or large groups looking to go out on a day trip.
Also on your list of landmarks to check out that are a little further away in terms of distance from the hotel, are Nymphenburg Palace and Nymphenburger Schlosskanal, the ice skating rink. There is also the "Museum of Man and Nature" next to the Palace, an intimate museum of natural history which is a lovely place to visit whilst staying here. Nehausen-Nymphenburg is an area close to the city center of Munich, to the north-west. It is very well connected with the entire of Munich with Gern and Westfriedhof subway stations just moments away from the hotel. The surrounding neighbourhoods are definitely worth exploring too: to the south there are the districts of Laim and Schwanthalerhöhe, Maxvorstadt to the east with its galleries and cultural monuments including Pinakothek art museums. There is also Allach-Untermenzing to the north. You can also pop down to Schwabing-West and take a stroll through the streets that are lined with boutique shops and intimate cafés, visit the scenic Luitpold Park or the larger Englischer Garten just beyond there to the east.