My guest house is located very near the Nymphenburg castle and the Olympic-Center in the middle of a villa area, which arose round 1900. Munich center can be reached by subway within 8 minutes. The next subway-station is in 3 minutes walking distance. Nearby, within walking distance you will find shops, restaurants, bavarian beergardens and a public bath with sauna and in the winter months a heated open air pool.
5 on January 20, 2013
From my first visit to Munich in December 1999, I can't imagine staying anywhere else but at Pension Lutz. Basic and comfortable, in a quiet neighbourhood within walking distance of Schloss Nymphenburg (the landscape park is a great place to go running) and a mere 6 minutes by underground from the main train station and the city centre. At the breakfast table I regularly encounter familiar faces from previous visits. Newcomers are often surprised to learn that Michael only took over on the retirement of the previous inkeeper at the end of 2008 - so well has he managed to preserve the unique hospitality of Pension Lutz while adding his own touch (such as sending regular guests reminders to book their next visit when all the great reviews cause a surge in bookings!). In addition to playing the accordeon, Michael is a versatile (digital) painter. If you want to go off the beaten touristic track, just ask him where his current exhibition is. Or just look around Pension Lutz to see a sample of his works. PS - Mind the step down when you open the garden gate.
5 on December 05, 2012
Pension Lutz is great! The innkeeper, Michael, is very kind and very gracious. We arrived in the morning, completely jet-lagged after a very long flight from San Francisco and desperately needed caffeine. When we asked Michael where the nearest coffee shop was, he told us not to worry - he would make us some "strong German coffee" himself. Honestly, I am still having dreams about that coffee! The accommodations were comfortable and very clean + the breakfasts were amazing ... have I mentioned the coffee?! The Metro is around the corner and the neighborhood is a nice, quiet retreat. I would highly recommend Pension Lutz and will definitely be staying there again, should we tour Munich in the future. Thanks, Michael!
4.6 on October 10, 2012
Michael runs his Pension with love and dedication. Thanks to him we discovered the best way to explore Munich. Forget the public transport. Go by bike! Just tell Michael - he will arrange the bike hire for you, delivery to the door step. We will be recommending Pension Lutz to all our friends.
4.6 on December 22, 2011
I recently spent three nights at the Pension Lutz. The InnKeeper, Michael, is wonderful. His place is welcoming. Very clean and very cozy. He is a very sweet person. I just reread the previous reviews and both made me smile. Everything they wrote is the truth. I would stay here again. It is in a lovely, quiet neighborhood which is nice to come back to after a busy day of being a tourist. There are a couple of nice restaurants nearby which is also a blessing after a long busy day. If you stay here be sure to ask Michael to serenade you with his accordion. After our busy day it was so nice to sit in his dining room, have a glass of wine and listen to his beautiful music.
5 on November 04, 2011
The innkeeper, Michael, was like a personal tour guide. He was helpful, courteous, and met our every need. Would stay there again.
Munich, Germany (MUC) - Franz Josef Strauss
Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Copier, Internet Service, TV, Wi-Fi
Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
English, French, German
, on demand