Our family of three stayed at Hotel Mueller for two nights. Our rooms were very spacious, the bathroom was quite large. Rooms were clean, comfortable bed bad bedding, tea pot with coffee and tea fixings. Though our room overlooked a main roadway noise was never...続きを読む
This hotel is beautiful! It is very centrally located - a quick walk up to Schloss Hohenschwangau and a quick bus ride up to Neuschwanstein. The rooms were lovely. Ours opened onto a shared balcony with views up to the castle. The staff was very...続きを読む
Very nice hotel amazingly located just at the bottom of the castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein. The common area are cute and traditional. The room are surprisingly modern, simple yet really comfortable and super clean.
We had dinner there, the food was ok, nothing amazing...続きを読む
We were visiting the castle later in the day, it had begun to rain and we were all too tired to go on to our next destination. We wandered into Hotel Mueller and they were able to accommodate us. Turned out to be more than...続きを読む
I do not recall the hours but they are very responsive to email, available from their webiste.
Hi, I'm planning to stay in December for a special occasion and ideally want to book a room with an outside area overlooking Neuschwanstein Castle. I'm finding the descriptions of the loggia/balocy/terraces a little confusing. Which room would be best for having a balcony like outside space overlooking the castle? Would it be the Superior Double Room or the Deluxe Suite?
Thanks for your help.
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Room 26 is spacious, has a balcony, and faces the Castle. You may want to ask for a spacious room that faces the Castle when you make your reservation. The walk to the Castle is worth it but it is uphill. Give yourself... 続きを読む
Room 26 is spacious, has a balcony, and faces the Castle. You may want to ask for a spacious room that faces the Castle when you make your reservation. The walk to the Castle is worth it but it is uphill. Give yourself extra time. Enjoy!
Hi, I'm flying from Dublin to Munich and getting the train down. Hoping to stay 4 nights in the hotel to visit both castles and the Linderhoff Palace. I know we can walk or get a horse and buggy to the castles so are therefore not planning on getting a hire car if we can avoid it, but can you advise how we would get around other sites- would a taxi to Linderhoff be expensive? Sincere thanks in advance for your wisdom wise travellers!
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Sorry, but being on an organized tour I do not know.