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German and Austrian trip - hotels

We recently returned from a trip to scenic southern Germany and Austria. Looking for charm and good value (we are not the sumptous sort) we had booked several hotels ahead, some on the advice of Fodorites and want to share the results:

This little guest house on a convenient bus route from the city of Salzburg was a delight. The views of the Untersberg (mountain) from our balcony was superb. There are two restaurants fairly closeby, but it would be most convenient to have a car in that area as we did.

Meersburg: We stayed in the oft recommneded "Baeren" and have to add our vote for this little gem of a place in a most charming locale. Meersburg was a delight and is on our list as a place we would like to return to for a day or two.

Munich: This lovely place in a quiet neighborhood was very close to a bus stop and thus convenient to the hauptbanhoff. There was a great little restaurant around the corner (LENZ) but I am not sure what else was in the area as we went there TWICE, having enjoyed it so much the first night.The hotel staff was friendly and most helpful.

Munich airport: This little gem of a place in Hallbergmoos is 12 minutes from the airport. They have a convenient and inexpensive shuttle to the airport (5 Euros for the four of us plus luggage - cannot beat that)The on site restaurant served big hearty meals. We enjoyed their friendly, multilingual staff who went out of their way to be accommodating, even making sure someone made breakfast early so that we would eat before we took our 6 AM shuttle.
The rooms were a little spartan but the cleanliness and convenience was paramount.

We thank the Fodorites for all their suggestions and hope others will benefit from the reviews.

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