Top Hotels in Munich, Decided by Travelers Worldwide

We love the enthusiasm behind our newest hotel ranking reports that we first launched last week. So much so, that we will be releasing a new report every Monday from now on.  These handy reports recognize top hotels, as decided by travelers worldwide and contain a full analysis of what is driving guest satisfaction at these hotels (service, price, room, food, management response rates, etc.). We can all learn from the best, am I right?

Today, we land in Munich, the home of TrustYou's European headquarters, where the Mandarin Oriental takes the top spot as guests’ favorite hotel in the city.

See below for the hotels that round out the 20 top hotels in Munich, based on TrustScore, a singe score based on reviews and sentiments across all review sites, blogs and social media comments worldwide (TripAdvisor, Expedia, Google+, Yelp, Facebook, Twitter and hundreds of niche sites where guests can leave comments), or download the full report for an in depth look at scores and guest satisfaction drivers for the top 50 hotels in Munich.

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Hotel TrustScore
Mandarin Oriental 94.31
Am Jakobsplatz Pension 93.87
Am Siegestor 93.71
Pension Lindner 92.66
The Charles Hotel 91.20
Hotel Uhland 91.09
Hotel Am Ostpark 90.82
Kriemhild 90.62
Marc München 90.26
Hotel Westside 90.02
Hotel Laimer Hof 89.53
Hotel Prinzregent an der Messe 89.25
Hotel Maximillian München 89.11
Hotel Torbräu 89.01
Louis Hotel 88.91
Cortina Hotel 88.49
Hotel Bavaria 88.46
Das Nikolai Hotel 88.21
Motel One München Sendlinger Tor 88.01
Deutsche Eiche Hotel 87.96

Here are some additional findings from TrustYou’s analysis:

  • Average TrustScore for the hotels in the list: 87.49 (out of 100)
  • Average number of reviews per property in the last 30 days: 34
  • Rising stars (hotels with the biggest improvements in TrustScore in the last three months): Bayerischer Hof (+3.35), Hotel Westside (+1.31)
  • Most responsive hotel (among hotels with more than 10 reviews this month): Marc München (91.80%), The Charles Hotel (75.00%) and Mandarin Oriental (58.33%)

Don't forget to download the report for a full analysis of Munich's top 50 hotels >>

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