[Stay] Germany, Munich – IBIS Hotel Munchen City

First stop in Munich, we will be staying at the well-known Accor hotel situated on the busy street of Munich city central near to the station. A total of 4 nights we had in Munich, 3 days for our first leg and after we are back from our 14 days tour for another night stay.

Little to know:

Europe Hotel star rank in GERMANY:

  • 1-star hotel: Tourist
  • 2-star hotel: Standard
  • 3-star hotel: Comfort
  • 4-star hotel: First class
  • 5-star hotel: Luxury

IBIS Hotel Munchen City

A 2-star Hotel situated near the central station, a short distance away from the tram and bus station.

Walkable distance to the Marienplatz square and Theresienwiese where the Oktoberfest beer festival is situated at. Around the hotel, there are quite a few of interesting multinational food restaurant nearby selling Thai, Chinese and Turkish Cuisine.



Standard Room Twin Bed

89 – 100EUR (Room/ Night)

*Prices might vary, Check the rates here.



A simple Snack Bar:


Room size: 15.50sqm – 16.00sqm and bathrooms 3.00 – 3.50sqm. **Smaller than standard IBIS hotel**

The room we got for the first 3 nights of our stay:

Place to hang your clothes

A simple corner to sit down and put your bags:


During our second stay at the hotel, we were given a newer room.  Love this room as it is more chic and stylish, room size is the same but it is how they make use of the space to make it looks bigger.

A small corner for hanging your clothes and a writing desk.


Nice charging device they have:


We love our stay at Ibis hotel and the staff were always there to help. Not forgetting every night we have some free little chocolate bar at the reception counter.  The room is clean and comfortable, I don’t expect too much from a 2-star hotel but this is above my expectation.

Walking space is quite comfortable not so cramp, however, if you were to open up 2 big luggage then you will have some difficulty in walking around the room. Do note that the soundproof of the room is not that good, we could hear people talking along the corridor and sometimes closing doors.

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