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Munich hotel - Le Meridien or Hilton Park

Old Apr 5, 18, 9:22 am
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Munich hotel - Le Meridien or Hilton Park

Has anyone stayed in both Le Meridien Munich and Hilton Munich Park?

From what I understand, Le Meridien is more centrally located, and Hilton Munich Park has better quality rooms. Any opinions on the rooms? Breakfast comparison, upgrade chance, etc? (I'm SPG Platinum and HHonors Diamond)

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Old Apr 5, 18, 2:20 pm
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Have a look at post 20 ff.

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Uuuups - just saw it was you who started the discussion in the forementioned thread with similar question. Nothing new to add from my site.
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Old Apr 5, 18, 6:08 pm
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Thanks for the post, I asked again because it was pretty much a 2-2 tie. I'm hoping to find out a little more about upgrade chances in particular.
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Forget upgrades during that time.
Both hotels will be fully booked during that time, incl. higher category rooms and suites.
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Both are extremely bland, uninteresting hotels. There is nothing in either hotel that gives you a feeling of Munich or Bavaria, you could be anywhere in the world. I honestly wouldn't care two figs about an upgrade at either one, and instead choose whichever was cheaper. There are much much better places to stay in Munich, probably for less money, than either of those two hotels (and I would throw the Westin, Sheraton, and Marriott into that bland pool as well.)
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Can't get cheaper than free.

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Originally Posted by beachfan View Post
CNt get cheaper than free.
Points? Points isnít free😉
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Points? Points isnít free😉
It is according to my checkbook.
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Totally different hotels location and stylewise. I often took the Hilton or the Holiday Innon the other side of the road for one nighters involving the airport, but definitely prefer the LM if it comes to breakfast, room size and location.
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I have stayed in both many times. Breakfast is pretty standard in both. If you want a really good breakfast, go to a new Marriott which has just opened, Roomers, https://www.roomers-munich.com/en/
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