About Hotel Schlicker Zum Goldenen Loewen, Munich

About Hotel Schlicker Zum Goldenen Loewen, Munich
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.
Features

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.

Rooms

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.

Costs

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.

History

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.

Location

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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