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Pension Lindner, Munich

Stayed two nights in this budget accommodation within a ten minute walk to Marienplatz. Rooms were very clean, comfortable, and modern. Very quiet at night, the beds were twins pushed together with separate blankets. Lots of room to stretch out. The proprietor, Marion Sinzinger, was very pleasant to work with and most accommodating, offering to open up the plentiful and delicious breakfast buffet a half an hour early to allow us to make our flight.

At 90 Euros per night, it was a great value. Paying in cash gets you a 5 Euro per night discount. Highly recommended.

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We stayed at Pension Lindner in Munich a year and a half ago. We enjoyed it very much and Marion was a joy to talk to and very helpful. Room was nice, wifi was good and breakfast was more than enough. She also got our breakfast early so we could catch a flight. I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again or to recommend it!

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We stayed at Pension Lindner earlier this week and found it a perfect location -- easy access from airport, just off of the Marianplatz action, the market, the museum area, near the train station. Some construction noise next door beginning at 7 am but that didn't effect our stay. This is a busy city after all. Room and bath very clean and comfortable. Breakfast plentiful. Marion lives on-site and is very accommodating.

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We just stayed at the Pension Lindner for 4 nights and highly recommend it. The location is perfect and you are able to walk most places. Nice rooms, delicious breakfast and Marion is very helpful.

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Hmm? About the same price as Hotel Royal. I've never been in front of Hotel Royal, so I don't know what people think of as "seedy". I did walk by Lindnerhof on several occasions last year, and I don't recall thinking the neighborhood was seedy. It's not far from Marienplatz and an S-Bahn station, but if you are arriving on a train to the Hauptbahnhof, it's just another conveyance (S-Bahn) to Marienplatz, then a walk to Lindnerhof; Royal is a direct walk from the Hbf.

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I've stayed in both areas, both train station & viktualienmarkt. As for the location there's no comparison. Viktualienmarkt and Marienplatz are a hundred times nicer, more interesting, fun than the train station. Walking out the door of my hotel at the train station I'm greeted with a few strip joints, a couple of alcoholics just waking from their night of sleeping on the sidewalk, and the view of 1960/70 business architecture. Marienplatz/Vikktualienmarkt greets with me flowers, trees, birds singing, wide open pedestrian areas, flower markets, fruit carts, bakeries and the view of old world architecture (not authentic of course). Yes, I would choose to take that extra 2 minute SBahn ride every time to be able to stay in the Marienplatz.

But to each his own.