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Munich hotel? Where to stay?

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Hello!

We will arrive in Munich on a Friday and spend the evening and Saturday exploring around before taking a train to Salburg on Sunday morning. We don't need anything fancy (we will be super jetlagged!), but comfortable and in an area close to transportation and important sites since we don't have much time...

I've narrowed down my search to these 2 hotels:

http://www.demas-city.de/index_eng.html
http://www1.hilton.com/fr/hi/hotel/MUCCHTW-Hilton-Munich-City/index.do

Is it better to stay near the train station, or near at the Hilton which seems very well connected to the airport and the train station?

Any other suggestions are also welcome! :)

Merci!

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