Short Stay: Louis Hotel, Munich, Germany – Review

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One corner of the room was occupied by a small wooden desk paired with a padded bench (the padding, as could well be expected, was green). The bench was fine for a short glance at e-mail but unsuitable for long periods in front of a computer. Luckily, I had no such plans.

Wireless internet was fast, free, and worked well during my stay.

The Louis has two great meeting rooms in a separate part of the building. Each is approximately 375 square feet (35 square meters) and each can accommodate ten people boardroom style. Both have excellent natural light, oiled walnut flooring, wooden furniture similar to what one finds in the rest of the hotel, and a projector and screen.


The rooftop terrace can host a reception for up to 70 people and the restaurant can be used for groups of up to 100.


Emiko, the hotel’s restaurant, is open for breakfast and dinner every day.

On the morning of our departure, Christian Stampfer and I had time for a hearty breakfast. The buffet offers everything from cold cuts, cheeses, fresh-baked breads and rolls, a variety of warm items including traditional Munich Weißwurst (the server will take your order for egg dishes, which are prepared to order), joghurt, cereals, and a variety of fresh juices.

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