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Important notice: We only accept cash on arrival!!! It is located in a green and calm park area, just 13 minutes away from the city centre. We offer cafeteria and Beergarden, chill-out-zone and information area, campfire and free city tours, and more Property amenities. Free public parking nearby. Bicycle rental. Non-smoking hotel. Outdoor fireplace. Street parking. Free internet. Snack bar.
Vending machine. Table tennis. Outdoor furniture. Shared bathroom. Shared kitchen. Sun terrace. Sun umbrellas. Laundry service. Non-smoking rooms. Languages Spoken. Location Full view. Franz Josef Strauss Airport 18 mi See all flights. Moosach Munich U-Bahn 19 min. Nearby restaurants. Schlosscafe im Palmenhaus. Osteria Il Gambero.
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I am in the cafeteria of The Tent while writing this. Although they are in such good and talkative mood between themselves, they give not even a smile for guests. The sleeping "experience": The Tent charges you 9.
No matress, no pillow. Very bad smell in the tent.
Inside is colder than outside how can it be? If you wanna have kind of a matress- but not a pillow- it s 14 euros in another area of The Tent a 60 people capacity junk-bed area. But you may find other travellers like you and spend time together and make friends, that s true …. Read more. Date of stay: September Value. Sleep Quality.
Helpful Share. DanielL13 wrote a review Sep Dangerous experience. When I needed good showers the most there was no pressure and in consistent temperatures. The kitchen was very poorly equipped and the first night we came to discover a hole in a pan that caused oil to leak onto the open flame which could have ended in disaster.
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Also a bit out of the way from munich city and almost a half an hour walk to the nearest S bahn. It was certainly an interesting experience but I will not be returning unfortunately. Age Ranges Check Availability. Location is approximate. To add or correct information for this listing, please use the Listing Correction Form. If you like being in contact with nature consider choosing The Tent in your next trip to Munich. You can bring your tent and pick a spot, bring your sleeping bag or get a bunk bed with clean sheets.
The Location Even if it is not a place near the main sightseeing sites, it is a very good option. It is located 15 minutes away from the main station. It is very easy to get there by using the Tram. Buy a ticket for zone 1 and make sure you validate it in the machines inside the bus. It is very important to ride the bus with a valid ticket, otherwise you can be fined 60 euros.
The location makes you feel like if you were entering the forest. It is a very nice spot for stargazing.
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There are lots of trees and flowers around. Rooms and Bathrooms The big tent can get a little cold at night but you can always ask for free blankets. It gets a little bit hot in the morning and you can hear birds and other animals making noises, a very smooth way to wake up. Bathrooms are always super clean and you do not usually have to wait.
Water in the showers is always hot. Toilet paper and hand soap are always available. Common Spaces You can have breakfast and dinner there at a very affordable price, beer is available at anytime.
You can not bring your own alcohol. The campfire is an ideal place to make new friends and you can always find somewhere to seat and chill. The common kitchen has plenty of space and they have fridges where you can keep what you just bought for the rest of your stay. The ambiance here is just great, just make sure you have a plan for the night because at 1 am the staff makes you either go to bed or go out in the city. Summary It feels like camping but with a little bit more comfort. This is a very nice place to choose whether you are staying just for one night or even for the whole week.
Make sure you bring cash with you to pay your stay because they do not accept credit cards. You can rent a bike there for 24 hours at a very accesible rate. Amazing atmosphere and great friends made. It rocked! The Tent is a unique hostel located in Munich, Germany. It is open during the summer months only. The price is a steal, the atmosphere is laid-back, and it's an experience you'll remember the rest of your trip.
The Location While the hostel is not directly in the city, it's quite accessible. From the main train station, Munich Hauptbahnhof, take the 17 Tram line in the Amalienburgstrasse direction. After fifteen minutes you will arrive at the Botanischer Garten stop where you exit the tram. From there, a large sign directs guests down a street to the right and to the hostel.
The Tent is about a four- or five-minute walk from the tram stop and very easy to find. The Tram Line 17 runs at eight-minute intervals during the day and digital displays at most stops display the arrival time of the next tram. The 17 line is also a night line and runs twenty-four hours a day, so you never have to worry about missing the last tram back to the hostel especially since the hostel has no curfew.
In addition, the 17 line runs to the Marienplatz, Schloss Nymphenburg, and most other notable sights in Munich. There is parking available. Rooms and Bathrooms When staying at The Tent, you have three sleeping options -- you can camp on the grounds with your own tent; you can rent a foam pad, blankets, and floor space in a huge tent; or you can get a bed in bunk beds inside the massive group tent.
The group tent is a massive steel and canvas structure with wooden flooring and real doors. It resembles the more permanent tents that are erected for large parties and events. Giant Japanese lanterns hang from the ceiling of the tent and a real palm tree serves as the tent's centerpiece. Around a hundred basic, steel bunk beds are arranged throughout the tent, with blocks of lockers partitioning off areas of the huge tent. Colorful fitted sheets are on the beds when you arrive, but you can exchange them for clean ones at reception if you like.
You are given mismatched fleece blankets at check-in and can have as many as you like as long as you return them. However, there are no pillows so a rolled up blanket must be substituted. Lockers vary in size and are plentiful and for a small charge you can purchase a padlock from reception. The main tent tends to have a bad odor when it has been raining and water is tracked inside.
There is also no air conditioning or heat inside the tent, so if it's cold outside, it can be chilly at night when you're sleeping. Just bundle up and you'll be fine! The bathrooms are located right next to the main tent. For a campground, they are surprisingly modern and clean. There are about twelve toilet stalls, ten shower stalls, and ample sinks and mirrors. The shower stalls have benches and hooks inside each one for belongings and although they are push showers, the water is always hot.
The bathrooms are thoroughly cleaned daily which can prove to be a disadvantage as the girls bathroom is closed from a. Common Spaces Other amenities include a laundry room with washers and dryers you can use them for a small price ; a kitchen with plenty of stove eyes, but no refrigerator; a restaurant that serves breakfast at 7 a. You must check out by noon. Upon check-in, the Tent asks to either hold your passport or have a deposit.