a&o München Hackerbrücke offers a mixture of traditional hotel rooms and hostel accommodations near the centre of Munich. Extensive leisure, recreation, and tourism facilities are on-site, as well as various evening entertainment.
Hotel rooms include a television, work desk, private bathroom area, and occasionally balconies. Hostel rooms incorporate many of the same elements, but with a shared facility design for bathrooms and living rooms.
a&o München Hackerbrücke offers its guests Wi-Fi connectivity, a play area for children, an exercise facility, and disco nights or evening shows. A tourism desk, packed lunch service, outdoor garden, and private parking are also available.
Every morning, a breakfast buffet featuring hot international cuisine as well as pastries, cereals, fruit, and coffee is served in the beer garden area.
The Theresienwiese Oktoberfest area and Munich Central Station are easily accessible. Many of Munich's largest museums, shopping streets, and nightclub venues are within walking distance.
This property's nearness to Munich's main train station makes it perfect for visiting both the nearby and more distant landmarks in the city. The staff does their best to arm you with maps and recommendations for exploring the area, and you'll never feel lost thanks to Munich's excellent metro system.
Considering the mixed hostel and hotel style, you might not expect this property to have an actual breakfast service. The dishes on display are surprisingly high-quality, and are served in the beautiful, quiet area of the beer gardens, though there are also options to dine indoors.
Unexpected amenities for a hostel.
Things such as shower gel and soap are provided for free in hostel bookings, and if you're missing a particularly important amenity, you can often get it by phoning the front desk. This is an essential and helpful service if you're travelling light on supplies.
Proximity to the central road.
The property's nearness to the centre of Munich doesn't come without a drawback. The noise from the nearby road, which sees some of the city's heaviest traffic, can be noisy enough to wake you up during the night, if you're on the wrong side of the building.
Uncontrolled guest behaviour.
There are a large number of people using the complex at any one time, and the staff does a poor job of attempting to police them and ensure silence in guest areas. The hostel floors are the loudest section of the building, although many of the hotel guests have also reported issues.
Cleaning is infrequent.
The bathrooms and common areas of the property, which ought to be the cleanest because of how much activity they see on a daily basis, are not kept clean enough. These areas have stains, cracked fixtures, and a generally neglected appearance.