Hotel Präsident in Germany

In the heart of Munich you will find the wonderful Hotel Präsident. It is surrounded by very beautiful places: Vest Park, German Museum, Blutenburg Castle and others. The hotel itself delights people with its design, furnishings, furniture, and friendly staff who have been specially trained for such a job.

If you want to have a good rest in Germany, choose this Hotel Präsident. This is where you can come to relax as a family, alone or with friends.

Room stock

Hotel Präsident features thirty comfortable rooms overlooking the beautiful city and garden. Each room is divided into work and rest areas. As for items in the room, each room has an LCD TV with satellite TV, sofa bed, ceiling fan, refrigerator, kettle, coffee maker, cups, etc.

The bathroom has a bathtub, a shower stall and a beautiful designer toilet. In addition, the rooms are equipped with Internet and if you want you can ask for an iron, ironing board, hairdryer or order a massage in the room. In general, the rooms at Hotel Präsident offer everything you need for a comfortable stay.


One of the important characteristics of the hotel is its food. This hotel has plenty of good options for refreshments. Not far from the Hotel Präsident there is a restaurant with traditional German cuisine such as stewed cabbage, fried sausages, German broths and much more, all to your taste. There is also a cafeteria and a bar with refreshments on site. It’s impossible not to mention the world-famous German beer, which you can always try in the pubs.

Entertainment and services

In addition to all these advantages of Hotel Präsident, the hotel has ancillary services that always attract visitors. For example: fitness club, spa treatments, massage, swimming pool, sauna, game room for children and much more.

Here you can always relax and rest in comfort, getting pleasant emotions.



Alina Abramova

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