About Hotel Schlicker Zum Goldenen Loewen, Munich
Munich, the third largest city in Germany, is home to approximately 1.35 million people. Believed to be founded in 1158, Munich is a city rich with history. A stay at a centrally located hotel such as the Hotel Schlicker Zum Goldenen Loewen is great way to enjoy part of that history.
The hotel consists 28 single rooms, 37 double rooms and 3 suites. There is also a laundry service and elevator available for the guests and accommodations are made for some pets.
Each hotel has a private bathroom with a shower. They also come with amenities like satellite television, internet access, a safe and a mini-bar.
Rooms at the hotel range in price from $125.81 US dollars for a single room to $351.77 for a maisonette. There are also double rooms and junior suites available.
The history of the house dates back to 1544. It was a private residence until 1897 when it was purchased by the Meier family and they turned it into a hotel. The most recent renovation was in 1993.
The hotel is located in downtown Munich within view of the famous town hall building standing just a couple hundred yards away. There are numerous attractions within walking distance of the hotel including historic churches, a brewery, a public garden and the national theater
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