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Yes, for an additional 15,- Euro you can check in early or stay longer on request and subject to availability on site. Just ask at the reception for an Early Check-in or Late Check-out. Booking in advance is not possible, thanks for your understanding.
We have your room ready for you from 2 pm. Until 11 am we ask for your departure.
Yes, you can leave your belongings with us free of charge at any time. We are happy to look after your luggage for the time before you move into your room or even after check-out.
Cocoon Sendlinger Tor
Munich offers countless sights and is rightly considered one of the cultural cities in Germany. Within walking distance we can recommend the Kreuzkirche with its important Christian works of art and a magnificent high altar. In addition, you will not walk more than 15 minutes to the Jewish Museum, the Fire Brigade Museum or the Museum of Urban & Contemporary Art.
Yes, the Sendlinger Tor Theatre is located directly on Sendlinger Tor Square and is an atmospheric programme cinema. The City Filmtheatre with a somewhat larger selection of films is only 11 minutes' walk from the Cocoon Hotel.
The Sendlinger Tor was built between the 13th and 14th centuries on the instructions of Ludwig the Bavarian as the southern city gate of Munich's old town. The landmark has been standing in its present form since 1906 and the Sendlinger Tor square around it is now used as a location for a wide variety of markets and events.
Forum 1 is located directly on Südtiroler Platz, near Salzburg's main railway station. Here you will find shops for your daily needs as well as shopping opportunities.
Within 10 minutes you can walk to the Mirabell Gardens and Mozart's birthplace. From the main train station you can also reach all the other sights quickly and easily by bus.
Our lobby has lots of nice corners to work in peace and quiet. We also provide you with the best high-speed WiFi and sustainable coffee.
Close to the train station you will find the Stachus Passagen with numerous stores and food court as well as the Kaufinger Straße, which is the longest shopping mile in the city.
Within 20 minutes walking distance you can reach for example Karlsplatz (Stachus), Marienplatz, Viktualienmarkt, Karlsplatz (Stachus), Frauenkirche, Königsplatz, Kaufingerstraße and Augustinerkeller.
In our lobby you will always find a place to work undisturbed. The whole building is equipped with free highspeed WLAN and thanks to our Almbar 24/7 catering is provided.
Yes, there are numerous shopping opportunities both directly at Karlsplatz and nearby. The "Stachus-Passagen" is a spacious shopping centre under the Stachus with direct S-Bahn and U-Bahn access. The longest shopping mile in Munich also begins at Stachus: Kaufinger Straße offers large chains as well as small boutiques for every need: from clothing and sports to jewellery and cosmetics, electronics and toys.
The most famous landmarks on the Stachus are the Karlsplatzrondell with its Stachus fountain and the Karlstor. The Sendlinger Tor and Marienplatz with its historic town hall are also less than ten minutes' walk away. Particularly popular in summer are the Wittelsbach Fountain on Maximilianplatz or the old Botanical Gardens - both are just five minutes' walk away.
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Elector Karl Theodor had the Neuhauser Tor restored at the end of the 18th century and subsequently also arranged for the name to be changed to Karlstor. The square belonging to it was also renamed, but the name Karlstor was not quite able to establish itself - presumably because of the unpopular elector who came from the Pfalz. Bavaria continued to use the name Stachus, derived from the inn of the same name on the square. Even today, people tend to know Karlsplatz by the name Stachus.