Modest but appealing, the pension—which takes up three floors of a fin de siècle mansion between the Siegestor monument, on Leopoldstrasse, and the university—is a great deal in Germany's most expensive city. An ancient elevator with a glass door brings you to the fourth-floor reception desk. Most of the simply furnished rooms face the impressive Arts Academy across the street. Rooms on the fifth floor are particularly cozy, tucked up under the eaves.
Jul 23, 2007
Siegestor is a charming pension without all the pretense. If you are looking for flash and contemporary, go elsewhere. If you want a tidy room in a quaint inn with a charming hostess, you will enjoy your stay. Close to bus and rail, dining, and attractions, what more can you ask. We will return soon.