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Atlas City Hotel Reviews

Paul-Heyse-strasse 18, Munich, Germany

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380 Total Reviews
  • 79%Value For Money
  • 82%Security
  • 85%Location
  • 78%Staff
  • 66%Atmosphere
  • 81%Cleanliness
  • 70%Facilities

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perfect everything...but it was too hot 6th floor...


The hotel was clean and comfortable, the rooms were quite small but we were out for the majority of our time so it didn't matter. It was a pleasant place to stay.


The two ladies at the front desk were extremely rude to me when I checked in and checked out. This was the only hotel in the 8 different countries we went to that I had a bad experience at. The facilities weren't as nice as I expected and there was no Air Conditioning and you share a balcony with the whole hotel, so it's a bit scary keeping your windows open. All in all, the experience with the people at the front desk made my stay there bad.

  • 7th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Easy to find from transtation. 24/hour reception, so nice if arriving late or going out. Everyone was very nice. Room was cozy. Maybe, slightly on the pricy side, but I was just happy to have a place to myself. Was located on a street where some people were being pretty loud until 4am that night, so that was annoying.


Atlas City Hotel is a comfortable and convenient place. The staff in reception are nice and speak English. Even I do not know German, there is no difficulty for communicating with them. Besides, Atlas City Hotel is located in Theresienwiese, the venue for the famous Oktoberfest every year. It only costs about 10 mins to walk to the Bavaria Status, the Hall of Fame and open area for organizing the beer festival. As the hotel is close to the Hauptbahnhof, it costs about 5 mins to walk to it.


This hotel is okay for its price. It has a good location quite near te train station and I didn't heat too much noise in the night, although it was friday. It smelled a bit of mold in the bathroom, but otherwise it looked clean and the beds were comfortable. The staff was nice and you can leave the luggage during the day when you're leaving.


The room doesn't feel clean upon entering. There was no cover /door/curtain for the shower tub. Water goes all over the bathroom upon showering. Very unsafe. You could slip and fall. Soap container is present but empty. It doesn't matter coz the soap stinks! I would not go back here.


Was ok, very central. No complains.. was very cheap for Munich which is probably the most expensive city in Germany.


Very central location. Only a couple of minutes to the railway station and a few more to old town. The staff were friendly and spoke good English. Our room was cozy and clean. Free wifi worked in our room.


Very friendly staff and clean, nice rooms.


Room small but cozy. Hotel in Middle-Eastern neighborhood, was not real comfortable walking streets but ok. Wanted bottle of wine, had to walk several blocks to find store that carried any alcoholic beverages. Breakfast was good and well worth the cost. I'd recommend for the casual traveler.


This hotel was great! The room was small but perfect for two people just needing a clean, comfortable place to sleep. The beds were very comfy too. The only negative I have is when we asked to leave our luggage for the day after we checked out so we could do some sight seeing, they just put it in a unlocked, unsecured staff room and did not bother tagging it at all. Any guest also leaving luggage could have walked off with it. It made us nervous but it ended up being ok. Something to consider.

  • 17th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


We had a room that's on the side of the street, which was noisy with cars driving by. The room was a bit small. Once we took the shower, there was a pool of water on the toilet floor.


They only give you one key. You also have to use key to turn on the lights. So if you have the lights on and want to lock the room while you are inside it, you have to turn out the lights and attempt to lock the room in the dark. Very close to the train station and walking distance to some attractions.


The hotel was fantastic, perfectly situated and friendly, multilingual staff.

  • 10th Mar 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


It was a welcome change from staying in hostels. I had zero problems and sincerely enjoyed my stay.

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