We just got back last week from a trip that included Munich. Here are a few reviews from our time there.
We stayed at the Hotel Lux for the first 3 nights. It is a very central hotel between Marienplatz and Hofbrauhaus. We absolutely loved this hotel! We arrived around 11am and our room was not ready, but they were very nice and stored our luggage for us. We had a triple room on the 4th. floor (5th floor to Americans). There is no elevator here, so be warned. The wooden spiral staircase is absolutely gorgeous though and there are landings even between floors so if you need to rest you can. The staircase is wide enough for people to go up and down, so you will not hold anyone up if you stop. They did provide earplugs, but we wondered why as there was minimal outside noise. The bathroom was small, but clean and well kept. There was plenty of room for our luggage, including room to hang coats as well as clothing. Free bottled water was in the room as well. We paid 550 euro fore the triple room for 3 nights. Breakfast was an additional 12,90 euro per person each morning and well worth it! The breakfast was made to order and we had big bowl of scrambled eggs with bacon, croissants and jam, rolls, oj, and cappuccinos. The croissants were excellent and were actually better than any I have ever had in numerous trips to Paris, believe it or not! The breakfast room is also the bar/restaurant. We did not eat any dinners here, but did stop by for a drink each night. Their cocktail menu is extensive and it was hard to choose just one. They were all very good, and right around 10-15 euro each. We loved the ambiance here, both for at breakfast as well as in the evening, FWIW.
One evening we had dinner at Augustiner Stamm as we had a great meal there on a prior trip. We were disappointed this time. We had a reservation, yet when we walked in we were not greeted, and we were a bit unsure of just what to do. So we went in a bit further and finally asked someone. It was very awkward, but they finally sat us at our table. The other servers. looked great, but we are pretty sure ours hated his job. We ordered three dunkels, the half duck and the spaetzl all to share. The duck was way over cooked and the spaetzel was just barely passable. It was very difficult to get out waiters attention to get the check, to the point where it became quite comical and we were placing bets. We paid 52 euro total for dinner.