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munich apartments

We (family of 4; 2 adults, 2 teens 18/16) will be in Munich for 4-6 days.

We want to rent an apartment. We found it to be cheaper (eat in) and easier (laundry, safety, etc).

Any property management companies to suggest???
Areas in Munich???

Thank a bunch.

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Here is some information re apartments in Munich. I have no personal experience with them as I have always stayed for only a few days and most apartment rentals are usually 5-7 days or more. You could also try Booking.com as they have some apartments to rent-

airbnb.com (highly recommended)

VRBO.com

Rent4days.com

slowtrav.com

checkin-muenchen.de

http://www.munich-appartments.com/

This is a testimonial for the last listing from another website-
In May 2011, a party of 5 adults stayed in the apartment called D'Alex New York. There were 2 bedrooms with doors and one person slept on the sofa in the living room. The apartment was very clean, in a nice neighborhood, a 5 minute walk to the U-bahn station, and there was a very good restaurant literally right across the street. The apartment was well-equipped, including a laundry machine, and ran us (including the cleaning fee) jut over 100 Euro a night. I found the company owner, Alex, to be very easy to deal with and quite prompt to reply to inquiries.
We appreciated being in a residential neighborhood without a lot of tourist commotion, but it may not be what you are looking for. I didn't have an opportunity to look at any of the owner's other properties. Once you're on the main page of his website, if you scroll to the bottom & click the Apartments link, it will show you all the choices.

Hope you have a great stay in Munich!!!

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I have similar family setup (2 adults, 2 teens) and found a Munich apt in early June with relative ease through VRBO. We went on the recommendation of a friend who does VRBO rentals there nearly every year. We're staying 5 nights so were not too limited by "minimum stay" req's. Price/location was more of an issue. The choices were not extensive, but we did find something that should be more comfortable than a hotel room for 5 nights. Turns out our "Grandpa" in Munich worked in the building for 25 years, which has since been converted to residential property. The world is smaller than expected!

We used the same approach for the following week in Paris. By comparison, there are far more options than Munich, which is no surprise. I also found that some owners/managers use HomeAway as well; others do not. It's worth checking both.

There are probably VRBO "experts" somewhere on this forum who know far more, so probably worth a general question.

Best of luck,
Matt B.