July 27, 2001
The hotel only had 30+ rooms dispersed in 3 or 4 floors so the tiny 2-person elevator was very much appreciated by us. The parking in front of the hotel was very limited. Our double room had 2 twin beds pushed together with goosedown pillows and comforters, and very crisp pink (!) linen. There was also a sitting area with a sofa and 2 armchairs.
The breakfast which was served in a nice room on the main floor was very lavish. Food was bountiful and real silverware were used.
The man manning the reception desk was very nice and helpful. He helped us locate our cousin through numerous phone calls because we did not speak German. In the middle of the night, he slipped a 22-page fax from my "thoughtful" coworker in the States underneath our door and did not charge us for it.
After cancelling our reservation made from the States at another hotel on Schillerstr, across Bayerstr from the train station because the area was very seedy, we were 2 very desperate women in a strange city, at 6pm, without a place to spend the night. We were very glad to find Hotel Kraft and it completely exceeded our expectations.
From journal Munich and other towns on the Romantic Road