Vacation Apartment in Munich - 30 sqft, nice, clean, modern (# 854)
Modern apartment for two in the Pharao house in Munich, a world-class city with enough offers to satisfy every taste. Features a bedroom with double bed, a living/bed room with satellite TV, a dining table, a full kitchenette, and a bathroom with shower/toilet., key advantages: nice, clean, modern, has a breakfast nook, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Munich,
This renovated, 28 sq.m. large apartment with modern furnishings is located in the lower level of the Pharaoh house in Munich-East/Oberföhring. It has 2, respective 1, large window letting in daylight, protected by bars or roll-down blinds. It consists of:
Living / bed room with satellite TV, double bed (140 x 200 cm), wall wardrobe and seating with fold-out sleeper sofa (120 x 200 cm)
kitchenette with coffee maker, toaster and microwave
small hallway and bathroom with shower/toilet
Shopping opportunities such as supermarket and bakery, as well as a few cafés, restaurants, internet café, pharmacy, etc. close by.
Location Munich Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Munich Airport. From Munich Airport the distance to the unit at Fritz-Meyer-Weg 55, 81925 Munich is about 33 km (20.6 miles), approximately a 25 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Munich, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $65-$112 for 1 person.
Unit Size: 30 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Stove, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Television, Satellite TV, DVD Player, Indoor Pool, Sofabed
The Pharaoh house (the locals just call it Pharaoh) is a pyramid-shaped residential building in Munich built in 1975. It is located east of the English Garden at the northern edge of the Oberföhring district. The street address is Fritz-Meyer-Weg.
Together with the “Fuchsbau” (fox hole) in Munich-Schwabing, which has a similar architectural structure consisting of three wings but is considerably smaller, it is one of the most spectacular buildings in the city of Munich. The 18 levels-tall terrace pyramid with its three tracts, towards the southwest, northwest and northeast, is an eye-catcher in the North of Munich that is visible from afar.
Right in the entrance area of the building complex, there are several restaurants and a range of shops.
The residents come from all ages and occupations; that the area/building is supposedly a bad one cannot be affirmed by the people who live there, it is probably due to the building’s having been (ab)used as setting for several TV crime movies.
In the residential complex, there are both the usual shopping opportunities such as supermarket and bakery, and also several cafés, restaurants, an internet café, pharmacy, etc.
Very close to the English Garden (about 10 minutes of walking) and 10 minutes by car to a large lake for swimming, making it very nice for spare time activities.
Munich East / Oberföhring district
Bus stop in front of the house, 10 minutes to the subway station “Arabellapark” (U4); 6 minutes by subway to the inner city, or 16 minutes (with two changes) to the fairgrounds.
Good connection to the S-Bahn trains going to the airport (6 minutes by bus to S-Bahn station “Johanneskirchen,” 30 minutes on the S-Bahn to the airport).
More travel info about Munich: Munich is the capital city of the Free State Of Bavaria, Germany. It is located on the River Isar, north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, with approximately 1.35 million people living within the city limits and over 5 million living in the Munich Metropolitan Area. Munich is replete with cultural and other attractions, including the Frauenkirche, which is the most famous building in the city center and which serves as cathedral for the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising. There is also the Englischer Garten, close to the city center, which is one of the world's largest urban public parks. The Viktualienmarkt is Munich's most popular market for fresh food and cuisine and is not to be missed. Other highlights include the Nationaltheater, where several of Richard Wagner's operas premiered and is the home of the Bavarian State Opera, Deutsches Museum and the Bavarian State Orchestra. Finally, another impressive site is the Schloss Nymphenburg (Nymphenburg Palace), which is surrounded by an noteworthy park and is considered to be one of Europe's most beautiful royal residences.