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Property LocationWith a stay at Timehouse in Munich (Schwabing), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of BMW World and English Garden. This apartment is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Olympic Park and 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from Hofbrauhaus. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Leopold Street - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Muenchner Freiheit - 1.3 km / 0.8 mi
- English Garden - 1.9 km / 1.2 mi
- BMW World - 2.5 km / 1.6 mi
- Olympic Tower - 2.7 km / 1.7 mi
- Sea Life Aquarium - 2.7 km / 1.7 mi
- Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich - 2.8 km / 1.8 mi
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reception servicesLuggage storage
Reviewed 27 october, 2021
North of Munich on a very busy road. Rooms cozy, however, no restaurant no coffee machine for guests - just the accommodation... Mostly, guests and big families from Arabia and visitors from China. Reception unattended after 9 pm. I left the Hotel earlier as planned and checked-in into another Hotel for some more days, as many guests do not use the face mask at all @ Timehouse. Hygiene protocols not followed, also from some staff. There is a kind of ignorance to the actual pandemic. A absolute no-go in times of COVID.
Reviewed 28 december, 2019
The staff are friendly and very helpful. We stayed over Christmas and apartment was perfect for family of four. The location is great and easy access to the old Town. Many restaurants, bakeries and supermarkets are walking distance. The neighborhood is very upscale.
Would avoid if you’re looking for a serviced apartment
Reviewed 9 december, 2019
My company booked me in to stay here for three months as I was seconded from London to Germany. If you are looking for a serviced apartment or long-stay accommodation, I would strongly advise you or your company against booking you to stay here. I was very positive about staying here initially, as it is finished to a high standard and two of the girls on reception had been helpful on different occasions, but it became quite unpleasant and made me feel unhappy staying there for the reasons below. 1) Expect to pay to have any guests, despite them claiming to know what home feels like, etc., even your partner to stay at the weekend. The manager is very difficult to deal with and gave my HR department issues they hadn’t experienced before. I am from London and speak no German, I also am in a long term relationship and planned to have my partner come and visit at the weekend and some other friends as I have no friends in the city. He had been visiting me, and it was not till I offered for two of my other friends to stay at the weekend on the sofa bed for Friday night only where the issues with the manager really came to light. The sheet left on my sofa bed was dirty, and so I asked at the reception for a new sheet and nothing was said that I was expected to pay extra for these guests, until I came back late on the Sunday evening and one of the girls on the reception told me this, and actually got quite upset herself about it as she said she felt bad, so there was quite an unpleasant scene to end a nice weekend at the Oktoberfest with. I then was told through my company that the manager says that for fire reasons I need to tell them the names of my guests visiting and pay 20 Euros each time, justified on the basis of linen. When this was queried for my boyfriend (i.e. we share a bed and don’t need new linen) he was difficult to reason with by email. They were unable to refer to a contractual term either stipulating that they were entitled to charge for these guests, claiming that the contract was not with them but through an agency. I was at first told I would be allowed one person for “one or two nights” but this was retracted. I was told I needed to let them know names for fire safety of my guests but when I told them I had two friends coming and asked officially for the sofa bed go be set up, no names were asked for. God help you if you were single and wanted to bring people back to the apartment, would make for a very awkward and restricting experience here. 2) Random mornings there was drilling noise from 7am. There are roadworks about 50-100m from the property, which was pointed out to me when I mentioned it one morning because it was awful, but it sounded like it was coming from inside the building and they have recently constructed a new bar under the same Time House brand close to the property, so it seemed a bit odd. This was so bad that I actually have voice clips of it that I Whatsapped to my boyfriend. 3) Expect to pay to use their parking for 20 Euros a day. We misunderstood the road sign (translating German to English) outside the property and thought it was free to park on a Saturday, it isn’t. But a parking ticket for the day will cost you 10 Euros, on a side note if you fancy taking the cheaper option and have a German bank account to pay it easily. Alternatively, parking is free outside the Frankfurther ring, just a little further up the street. 4) I had other issues, to include a package not being signed for (and being handed the collection slip to go and get it myself, despite there being a 24 hour reception, within limited Munich business hours and not speaking German), not having a tin opener in the “fully fitted” kitchen, sometimes not being left a dish cloth or a dishwasher tablet or only one bath towel for the week, only expect two coffee pods on arrival even if you are staying for three months, and also only to have one channel in English as their entertainment system option to select English was broken and I was unable to stream. = Unfortunately, for their long stay guests, their attitude is completely wrong and they are more focused on getting more money out of their guests than making them feel at home. Reading their website they pride themselves on making temporary living a “treat”, offering a “home”, going beyond the “usual standard”. If you want this, you will have to pay a lot extra for it, on top of already paying a lot of money for the apartment in the first place. It added extra stress onto my daily job having to deal with your HR about this, so I would not stay here or advise it to anyone for a long stay: it will taint your time in Munich having to worry about what you are being charged for and liaising with your company. I had three friends come and visit, and initially I suggested they rent another apartment here for convenience but after the way the whole extra charge was dealt with, they got an Airbnb. My company (a large international one) is aware of how difficult they were and I don’t think will not be using them again anytime soon.
Look no further
Reviewed 8 november, 2019
Stayed as a family took a three roomed apt it was bigger than an average flat very modern one of the best we've stayed in public transport into town on the doorstep in a lovely area very clean and modern loved the place!
A great place to stay
Reviewed 2 september, 2019
Ours was a two week stay. The apartments are spacious enough and other than the shower temperature driving us crazy, it was great. The area is nice and quiet and it is easy to grab the bus and subway to anywhere we wanted to go and the transportation ticket was available to purchase at the reception. There are many restaurants around and three supermarkets within walking distance to choose from. Washers and dryers are available in the basement and you can buy the capsules from the reception. Parking was easy access. Housekeeping was good but what made our stay excellent were the lovely ladies at the reception. I cannot praise their attentiveness enough. They answered all our questions, provided any help we required and were unbelievably courteous. Nothing was too much to ask. Dana, thank you for your serenity and patience. Serena, you were unbelievably helpful and sweet, and thanks again for changing the language in our car. Duaa, thanks for your kindness and great chats. And last but in no way least, Sammy, you were absolutely terrific. Your welcome, your help, your advice and your cheeriness are a rare find. You went above and beyond. Say hi to Coco for us. We miss you already. Ladies you made it feel like home. Safe and warm. Every time we walked through the door you made us feel incredibly welcome. We are so grateful and my children were so sad to leave. If you want to visit Munich, this is the place to stay, hands down. Natalie