This hotel is located in Munich (Isarvorstadt), close to Klinikum Grosshadern, Marienplatz, and Asamkirche. Also nearby are Viktualienmarkt and Church of Our Lady.
I'm guessing the owners are trying to spruce up an old hotel, but have a way to go. The sign above the entry door is not lighted, so it's nearly impossible to locate the first time at night, except for the older partially alight electric sign on the side of the building for 'Hotel am Goethe Platz' (the old name?). The furnishings were clearly not designed by hotel professionals. Shag carpets are a terrible idea. The shared baths include toilets, which means if one is in use, the other is inaccessible, and on the fourth floor there are only two of these for everyone. On the other hand, they are clearly trying to improve. I hope they do.Pros: Staff members were professional & helpful on phone & email, and the modish furnishings gave an excellent first impression. Linens were sparkling clean & fresh. Wifi was good. It's the first Munich hotel I've been in that did not stink of cigarettes.Cons: The bizarre bed frame bruised my leg. A discarded syringe or medical tube was on the floor behind the door. The shower attachment was broken so could only be used in the hand, not on the pole. The in-room sink gurgled suddenly in the middle of the night.