Welcome to Parkhotel Theresienhohe, your Munich “home away from home.” Parkhotel Theresienhohe aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Munich, Parkhotel Theresienhohe is located a short distance from Marienplatz (1.4 mi) and New Town Hall (Neus Rathaus) (1.4 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a minibar.
Guests have access to room service while staying at Parkhotel Theresienhohe. In addition, Parkhotel Theresienhohe offers a lounge, which will help make your Munich trip additionally gratifying.
While visiting Munich, you may want to try some oyster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Restaurant Kafer-Schanke, Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant, or Restaurant Koenigshof.
Munich is also known for some great gardens, including English Garden, Nymphenburg Palace, and Botanischer Garten Muenchen-Nymphenburg, which are not too far from Parkhotel Theresienhohe.
Parkhotel Theresienhohe puts the best of Munich at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The Good: - If staying in Munich for Oktoberfest, you cannot beat the location. Very close and easy walk. - Also close to easy transportation around the city, both for taxis, and the train station - Woman at front desk with short brown hair was very friendly, as was the man who worked the night shift - Breakfast was decent. Not good, but the service was nice and the room was clean. Options were limited and there was nothing made to order, but you could get a decent cup of coffee and pastries. - Large rooms, albeit mostly wasted space. Large bathroom (too small shower curtain led to mess in shower every day), but toilet was in separate room which was nice. The Bad: - WiFi costs extra and is awful. I paid for 24 hour package (use it when you want, for up to 24 hours) and over 5 days I barely used 5 hours because it rarely actually worked. - Very little to do in the neighborhood, so unless you are walking to Oktoberfest, you will likely need to take taxi or train to good restaurants and bars - No real lobby area and bar is pretty sad - Carpet in the room is idngy and dirty - Beds are small (typical for Europe, so expected), but hard, with paper thin sheets and flimsy pillows (worse than typical) - Nothing special in the hotel - no spa, restaurant, fitness, pool, vending machines, room service, etc - WAY too expensive for what we got in terms of quality, amenities, etc. (Didn't have some of the basics, like hair conditioner or body lotion. The Awful: - Smoking either right outside the bar door, or sneak smoking, made the hallways smell like a smoking lounge very regularly. - There was a sewar gas smell in the bathroom with awful stench coming up through the pipes There is no way this is a 4-star hotel, even by Germany standards. I would not recommend it unless there was a very good price of less than 200 euros per night.…
We stayed at the hotel last night. It was billed as a four star hotel. Not really. We had a very large room with a large bathroom. So far so good. Unfortunately the carpeting was old and appeared to be dirty. I did not dare walk around without shoes. The staff was friendly. We were able to take a tray of coffee up to our room. The breakfast buffet was good. If it had been billed as a 3 star hotel we would have been happy. They just need to renovate. P.S. If you are claustrophobic don't take the elevator.
The hotel is centrally located above the Theresienhoehe. Very little parking space and they don't tell you that the (few) parking space in the park garage are fee based, only at checkout. Rooms adequate as is the buffet. Nothing to come back to. But nothing really bad.
Definitely not 4-star material. Good location, clean room and decent breakfast. The bed was not something I looked forward to each night, but I definitely did not have any hot water or room heating issues. I was in room 341, which was bundled together with room 340 in a separate wing. To enter the wing, you have to go through an additional door. Each night, I would be awakened at about 4am by loud thuds and bangs, only to realize that the guest in room 340 was coming in or moving out. And 30-40 minutes later, the thud and band would happen again. Not being able to go back to sleep, I realized there was a sequence to this each night and judging by the sequence, I suppose the hotel staff was using this room for their own personal use while there was no guest checked in. Pretty ANNOYING if you ask me. For the price, there maybe better hotels in the vicinity...…
I stayed at this property over the weekend in Munich and it was booked by our travel agent for reasons best known to him. Location wise its quite close to the city centre and the metro station Schwanthalerhohe on U4/U5 line. A very quiet neighbourhood. Rooms are big and well lit. However from service point of view its definately not a 4 star category as the hotel claims. No Air conditioning and the heating did not work. When I requested for the heating the staff politely told me they have no control over it and its an automatic system. I was left to freeze in my room. 10deg was still cold weather for someone like me from India. There is absolutely no room service. Let alone that, there is no tea or coffee maker in the room either so one has to go down in the lobby and request the staff to serve you one. There is also no restaurent in the hotel and there are not too many options around the place. The shower had no water pressure and water was just trickling down and apparantly thats the best they could manage was the staff's response. If you have to check in or check out early in the morning, you can forget this hotel. The staff arrives only at 6.30am. Also to my surprise the late night staff could not speak English. Thankfully I had prepaid my room however I could not get the hotel organise a taxi for my pickup in the morning at 5.30am (as the staff could not speak English). Wonder what way its a 4 star property?? A definite NO NO for me at least.…