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Old 10-02-2008, 07:51 PM
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Default Family Friendly Hotels - Alpha Klinik??


It looks like I will be taking my wife and little one with me. Any thoughts in general regarding the trip...and specifically, do you think that there would be a hotel that would be better suited to a family with an infant.


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Old 10-02-2008, 10:15 PM
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Normally, for the AK, I usually stay at the Sheraton or Holiday Inn because they are so close and convenient for the clinic. Lately, I've been experimenting a bit and have enjoyed Hotel am Markt because it's right on the Market Square at Marienplatz. On my recent trip, I only spent one night in Munich and we stayed at Eden Hotel Wolff, right across the street from the train station. It was very nice, but the train station is not really where you want to be.

Munich is tough this time of year because Oktoberfest really ups the demand for hotels and getting a deal becomes pretty tough. I wish I had more info for you. It's really a shame that Munich hotels are so expensive... the pensions out in the small towns will run about 30 to 35 Euros for single and 45 to 50 Euro for a double. The Sheraton is nice, but even if you can get the AK rate, it's up to 153??? You might call them directly and see about Auto Club rate... possible on weekends for under 100 (except Oktoberfest demand may defeat this.)

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