Sleeping close to the Englischen Garten: A Hotel for everyone, who wants to discover Munich (or who does already know Munich very well).
Munich. In the old town of Munich-Lehel the quiet Liebigstrasse is located. Here you find the
3- Star- Superior-Hotel Adria München, an elegant multistory building. which you can´t overlook with its terracotta painted facade. The friendly staff of the Hotel Adria München are 24 hours a day
(and 365 days a year) for the guests available
In a light, friendly atmosphere of the Hotel guests can relax, tourists get tips and advices form local knowledged employees for trips and interesting sights. The Hotel is modern, a part renovation was finished in March 2018.
Beautiful rooms, excellent service
44 spacious rooms are available for the guests, single- and double rooms, but also for families suitable triple- and quadruple rooms.
Children up to six years, sleeping in the parent´s bed, are in the Hotel ADRIA München free of charge. Some families like to bring their pet with them – it is allowed on request.
All rooms are light and convenient refurbished and do have a bathroom with shower/tub and toilet.
All rooms do have a satellite – flat screen – TV. The Hotel provides six Sky-Channels free of charge,
including “Sky-Sports Bundesliga” (Soccer)!
High speed internet access (WIFI) is in the whole Hotel available free of charge. Additionally you find an internet terminal in the lobby.
The hotel staff takes care about all guests very friendly and provides a professional service.
Especially business guests appreciate the laundry – and ironing service.
On request we store your luggage or bring it to your room (an elevator is available by the way).
The location is phenomenal!
The location of the Hotel ADRIA München could not be better! Guests, who arrive with their own car, get parking licenses (on request and availability) for only € 4,00/ night.
200 meters from the Hotel ADRIA München you will find the southern entrance of the „Englischer Garten“ with its huge park, the Chinese Tower, the Japanese Pavillon or the “Monopterus”, an antique temple.