Short Stay: Louis Hotel, Munich, Germany – Review

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DSC_0911There are no closets as such. A tall cabinet, resembling an upholstered steamer trunk on end, hides an eye-level well-stocked minibar and a very small television atop several drawers. A door that I thought was the closet was actually one end of a very clever but well-hidden pull-out shelving unit where one can hang clothing and store other items.

The queen-sized Sembella mattress was quite comfortable and, after taking advantage of the excellent location and going out that evening in the Stadtmitte, or city center, I fell asleep straight away and woke up refreshed and ready for the long drive to Switzerland.

The bathroom had limited counter space near the sink although it had three shelves, mostly to hold towels, in the middle. A panel in the bedroom opened up a window to look into the gleaming white shower, a fun and thoughtful touch. There was no bathtub and the commode was in a separate room.


Other rooms are somewhat larger with a similar décor although a much smaller single room is available as well.

Navigating the split-level floor layout isn’t for the uninitiated. It’s important to determine which part of the floor your room is on. No one mentioned this (and someone should have upon check-in), but there are two buttons in the lift for floors 3, 4, 5, and 6, as well as two choices for an exit. Not knowing this, I ended up carrying my luggage from one part of the floor up a few stairs to the other. I only noticed the two separate sets of floors the morning of my departure.

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