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Where to stay in Munich? - 25 Hours Royal Bavarian Review

Grüß Gott from Munich! After 6 months of lockdown and travel restrictions we took a leap and decided to travel amid the ongoing pandemic. We decided to do a roadtrip within Europe to stay flexible and minimize social contacts. The itinerary was set and our bags were packed. First stop: Munich!

Since we only had 1 night we did opt to stay in a hotel and decided to stay at the 25 hours Royal Bavarian. We've stayed at 25 hours hotels in different cities before and were always super happy. To be honest we were a bit anxious about staying at a hotel but I must say we felt pretty safe and the staff was really well educated and trained and followed the extra restrictions.

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Our first hotel experience during a pandemic, here is how it's went:

The hotel is super central, right across the central train station and the main shopping street leading towards Marienplatz. We parked our car on the street parking nearby or you can choose one of the many surrounding parking garages. If you travel by train you are just a few steps away.

The building was originally used as the Main Post Office and Royal Telegraph Exchange. So if you look closely you fill find small references to the buildings history all over the hotel.

Chekin went super smooth and fast, it took about 2 minutes. All staff members and guests were wearing masks. We went straight up to our room which was one of the 'Large' category rooms.

Let the exploring begin! Staying at the 25 hours is like a constant treasure hunt. The moment you enter the hotel you will find small details everywhere and it is hard to put your camera away. Since this is The Royal Bavarian themed hotel, all of the details were inspired by Bavaria's royal heritage.

The rooms center piece is a big cozy bed. Other features are a flat screen tv, en suite bathroom, complimentary amenities, a working desk, a UE Boom bluetooth speaker, a FREITAG bag to borrow during your trip and a complimentary mini bar.

The 25 Hours is not just a great hotel in Munich, it is also home to NENI Munich, a popular restaurant among locals. Since we arrived late after a 6 hour drive we did not want to leave our cozy bed and decided to order room service. You can choose from NENI's menu and even get a 12% discount for take out orders. We chose the pulled beef burger and the Sabich plate.

The adjacent NENI bistro has possibly one of the most beautiful decors ever. It is a real oasis and every Instagrammers dream!

To unwind and finish of your day The Boilerman Bar is awaiting you on the 1st floor to taste some cocktails. The bar has a speakeasy like vibe which I really liked.

Breakfast is served daily at NENI and is buffet style. Due to current health regulations drinks are served by waiters and it is obligatory to wear a mask and gloves (provided by the hotel) while at the buffet. Desks are separated by plexiglass panels. The buffet itself offers a wide selection of cold and warm breakfast classics and of course some Bavarian classics like 'Bretzel'.

No 25 hours Hotel is complete without the iconic 25 Hours kiosk. It is really one of the best options to bring back home some authentic gifts for your loved ones (or yourself) or just browse and have fun.

Another great benefit of staying at the 25 hours is the complimentary MINI car rental or Schindelhauer bike rental. Just ask at the front desk for availability and off you go.

I can really recommend the 25 Hours and am looking forward to explore more of their locations.

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