The 3-star hotel Am Viktualienmarkt offers downtown Munich accommodation a one-minute walk from the stalls of the Viktualienmarkt food market, and five minutes on foot from Marienplatz, St. Peter’s Church and the Old City Hall. This family-run hotel is a ten-minute Metro ride from München Hauptbahnhof main station and 20 minutes from Oktoberfest.
All 26 rooms come equipped with a minimum of a private bathroom with shower and toilet, TV, free Wi-Fi, and a telephone.
Charged public parking is available nearby, the reception offers safety deposit box and luggage storage, and the staff can assist with ticketing services.
A breakfast buffet is served daily, including freshly baked goods, market fresh fruits, cheese and meat options.
Am Viktualienmarkt guests will find themselves less than 20 minutes’ walk away from the English Gardens, Odeonsplatz, the Deutsches Museum and Haus der Kunst.
This hotel is said to be just down the street from the open air Viktualienmarkt, and just a little further from Marienplatz, the Christmas markets and the City Hall. Those who stayed also mentioned that all the other major Munich old city attractions are within walking distance and public transport options were also considered to be handily nearby.
Delicious breakfast buffets with a wide selection.
The breakfast buffets served every day at Am Viktualienmarkt were thought to be delicious by all of those who ate in. In particular, guests said there was a wide choice of fare like bread, cheese, meat and fruit, with plenty to go around and good coffee to boot.
Spacious, good value rooms, accommodating staff.
Those who stayed thought the rooms here offered good basic value, finding them to be quiet, clean, tidy and comfortable and also mentioning that they had plenty of space compared to European norms. On top of this, the staff was thought to be friendly, polite, and reportedly did all they could to be accommodating, including providing great local information to those seeking it.
Lack of tea and coffee-making facilities.
A small number of those who stayed at Am Viktualienmarkt were disappointed to find there was a lack of tea and coffee-making facilities in the rooms, although this was not thought to be be a deal breaker.