Pullman Hotel Munich
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Pullman Hotel München

Pullman Hotel München, Theodor-Dombart-Straße 4, 80805 München, Deutschland

Comfortable Arrival in Munich

Comfortable travelling to Munich

The Pullman Hotel in Munich


Pullman Hotel Munich Theodor-Dombart-Straße 4 80805 Munich Germany


The Pullman Hotel Munich is centrally yet quietly located in the popular district of Schwabing close to the English Garden. A few hundred meters from the hotel A9 motorway ends. Arriving from Munich airport, the airport shuttle is a fast and affordable alternative to a trip by taxi or train. The subway, only 50m from the hotel, connects the hotel in just 7 minutes drive and Munich city center.


How to find us

Navigational address: Navigational address: Theodor-Dombart-Str. 4, 80805 Munich
Parking: 150 indoor car parking spaces, max. passing height 2,05m
Prices: 4 EUR/hr, 24 EUR/day

From the North A9 motorway, Mittlerer Ring Ost exit. Keep right and take first street on right. The hotel is on the left-hand side. from the South A8 motorway. Take Mittlerer Ring towards Nürnberg until Freimann exit. At first intersection, turn left into Ungerer Straße, then right into Theodor-Dombart-Straße. The hotel is located on the right-hand side. From the West A8 motorway to the Eschenried junction. A99 towards A92 / A9 Nürnberg to the München Nord intersection. Change to A9 motorway, exit at Mittlerer Ring Ost. Keep right and take first street on the right. The hotel is on the left-hand side.

From Munich Central Station Take a suburban train (lines S1 to S8) to Marienplatz stop. Change to subway line U6, heading towards Garching Forschungszentrum/Fröttmaning, and leave at Nordfriedhof stop. Leave opposite to the direction of travel, go right at the exit. After 50 metres you will find the entrance to the Pullman Munich Hotel on the left-hand side at Fritz-Hommel-Weg pedestrian area.

From Munich Airport MUC
Take suburban line S8 heading towards Herrsching and leave at stop Marienplatz. Change to subway line U6 heading towards Garching Forschungszentrum/Fröttmaning and get off at stop Nordfriedhof. Leave the station opposite to the direction of travel, go right at the exit, and after 50 metres you will find the entrance to the Pullman Munich Hotel on the left-hand side of Fritz-Hommel-Weg pedestrian area.

from Munich Airport (by Airport Shuttle)
Take the airport shuttle bus to stop Schwabing-North. Cross Schenkendorfstrasse in the direction of Stadtsparkasse München. Keep right and turn into Fritz-Hommel-Weg pedestrian area. After 50 metres you will find the entrance to Pullman Munich Hotel on the left-hand side.

► Indicated journey times may vary due to traffic conditions.

From Munich Central Station
Journey time approx. 13min.

From Munich Airport MUC
Journey time approx. 30min.

Sightseeing attractions

Discover Munich
The Nymphenburger Schloss is one of Europe’s great royal palaces and a much-visited sight. It is home to a number of museums, and much of the palace can be visited. In summer the extensive park is a good place for taking a long walk.
Marienplatz is the main square at the heart of the city centre, the focal point of the pedestrian zone. Here you will find the old and the new Rathaus (city hall), the Fischbrunnen (fish fountain) and the Mariensäule (column to the Virgin Mary).
A few minutes’ walk from Marienplatz one of Munich’s oldest brewery pubs, the Hofbräuhaus, lies in the old quarter. This famous “palace of beer” is a magnet for guests from all over the world.
The Deutsches Museum is the world’s largest museum of natural science and technology. Some 28,000 items from about 50 fields of natural science and technology are displayed here, to show their influence on the development of society, using selected examples. It takes only 30 minutes by subway to reach the well-known museum island in the river Isar.
The Pinakothek consists of the Alte (old) and the Neue (new) Pinakothek. The Alte Pinakothek, one of the world’s most important art galleries, shows the works of painters from the Middle Ages to the 18th century. The Neue Pinakothek is home to European works of the 19th century, and is the link between the Alte Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne, which was opened in 2002 and is devoted to four different areas of modern art.
The Olympia Park was inaugurated in 1972 for the summer Olympic Games in Munich and remains an important venue for sporting, cultural and social events . The park is a favourite destination for all Munich residents and visitors to the city.
The Allianz Arena, home of FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München, is located in the north of Munich. The stadium with a capacity of 69,000 was opened in 2005 and is now regarded as one of the emblems of Munich.


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