Close to Downtown Munich, this upscale 1,150 sq.ft (115 m² ) 3-room-condo (two bedrooms, two full bathrooms) with SouthWest-facing terrasse and gourmet kitchen is located in Isarvorstadt, an up-and-coming, trendy quarter in the heart of Munich.
Induction stove; microwave; dishwasher; coffee/espresso/cappuccino machine
Smart TV, headsets
Bedding and towels
Elevator in building.
Metered parking in front of building and direct neighborhood available.
Plenty of convenience shops, supermarkets and restaurants close by and on Lindwurmstrasse.
Interaction with guests
Please read the Reviews to see how I interact with my guests while not there.
Other things to note
10-minutes walking distance to the Oktoberfest and parades.
Please also visit my Guidebook which can be found under "Your Trips" for close-by eateries and places to see for adults and families alike in/around Munich.
Only confirmed guests allowed on premises. No parties please.
A. Noise and Conduct
1. Guests shall not make or allow any excessive noise in the unit nor
permit any actions which will interfere with the rights, comforts or
conveniences of other guests and residents.
2. Guests shall refrain from playing musical instruments, television sets,
stereos, radios, and other devices at a volume which will disturb
3. Guests shall refrain from activities and conduct outside of the unit
(sidewalk and other common areas) which is likely to annoy or
disturb other people.
4. Guests shall refrain from creating, or allowing to be created, any
noise that is disturbing to other guests and residents between the
hours of 10:00 PM and 7:00 AM
B. Cleanliness and trash
1. Guests shall keep the unit clean, sanitary and free from objectionable
odors at all times.
2. Guests shall ensure that all papers and trash are places in the
appropriate receptacles so that litter is not created in the guests
3. Guests shall ensure that trash and other materials are not permitted
to accumulate so as to cause a hazard or be in violation of any
health, fire or safety ordinance or regulation.
4. SMOKING is not permitted anywhere on the property.
5. NO PETS are allowed
C. Safety and Security
1. Security is the responsibility of each guest. Owner /Property
manager assumes no responsibility or liability, unless otherwise
provided by law, for guest’s safety and security, or for injury or
damage caused by the criminal acts of other persons.
2. Guests shall ensure that all doors are locked during the guest’s
3. Guests shall ensure that all appliances are turned off before
departing from the premises.
Guests are responsible for any damage to the apartment that occurs during their stay which may result in the forfeiture of the security deposit.
D. General Rules and Guidelines
1. Please be conscious of the environment and use water, electricity
and towels with consideration.
2. Please take off your shoes while in the condo to avoid scratching the
3. You may use the groceries provided in the cabinets and refrigerator
but please replenish what you’ve used for the next party to enjoy.
4. Please stay clear from the walls, esp. in the hallway, when dragging
out your luggage(URL HIDDEN)
Thank you for your understanding.
If the fuses blow due to high light usage please go to the fuse box located at the rear wall next to the entrance. Please open the box and switch the fuse(s) to the “On” position which is the direction all the remaining fuses are pointing.
The ceiling lamp in the master bedroom can be switched on/off from the light switch right next to the bed, not from the switch located next to the door. Please always switch off all the lights before you leave to save energy costs. Thank you.
If you close the door behind you without taking the keys you just locked yourself out. So, ALWAYS take the keys with you if you go outside. The keys also open the entrance door of the building. Please always lock the entrance door behind you. Please leave the keys next to the phone in the living room before your departure. Please close the entrance door behind you. Thank you(URL HIDDEN)Kitchen cabinets:
Please gently open the doors of the hanging cabinets. Do not forcefully pull them open. The doors move up, and then open. The food items in the cabinets may be used: Thank you for replenishing what you’ve used for the next guest to enjoy.
The kitchen counter is not granite but laminate. Please do NOT put anything hot on the surface as it will melt the laminate. You may leave your pots and pans on the stovetop or put them on the meshed metal support. Please use dishwasher towels for drying, provided in the drawer below the oven, and NOT paper towels. Thank you.
The stove works on induction, that means that the stovetop does not heat up like a usual stovetop. If you’re confused about the usage please read the Manual which is located in the drawer below the oven. Same applies to the microwave and oven. The Instructions for all the appliances can be found in the drawer below the oven. Please put the Instructions back into the drawer where you found them. It is important to keep everything at the same place for everybody to find stuff and enjoy. Thank you(URL HIDDEN) The metal water boiler on the stove is for decorative purposes only. If you want to boil water please use the plastic water boiler located in the lower kitchen cabinets close to the fridge.
We Germans are very particular with the separation of our garbage. There are four garbage cans underneath the kitchen sink. One for glass, one for plastic, one for paper and one for the remaining garbage. If the kitchen garbage cans fill up during your stay please take the garbage to the big garbage cans located in the basement: When you’re heading towards the parking garage, proceed through the first door in the basement, and then turn right following the hallway. Open the first door to your left. That's where the garbage cans are for paper and the remaining garbage. Plastic and (brown, white, green) glass usually need to be disposed of separately. You may leave the glass and plastic garbage for Vivian/Steffi, the property manager, to dispose of. If you want to do it yourself the containers for glass and plastic garbage are located on Tumblinger street: When you walk out the building, Tumblinger street is to your right. The garbage containers are approx. 100 yards down the road on the left side of the road. Once disposed of the garbage, please put provided garbage bags into the kitchen garbage cans for the remaining garbage and the plastic garbage (not required for the paper or glass garbage). Thank you.
Your coffee maker also makes espresso and cappucchino! The coffee should be filled into the meshed filter. The water tank is right next to the coffee filter. Please always fill cold water into the water tank. Please rinse the filter from any coffee residues after using it to prevent the build-up of mildew. If you’re unsure about the usage of the machine please see the Manual in the drawer underneath the oven. Thank you.
After switching the machine on, please hold and press the start-button for three seconds to select the wash cycle you would like to choose.
Bosch washer (lower unit):
Since the water is very hard in Munich please add a spoon of Calgon, a scale remover, to the detergent compartment with each washing cycle to avoid chalk build-up, eventually leading to the failure of the washer. You can find the Calgon to your bottom left of the washer next to the detergents. Thank you.
To use the washer you can switch the dial of the program from German to English, French, or Italian allowing you to adjust and customize the temperature, wash and spinning cycle. If the dial is not clear to you please look for the “Bosch Washer Instructions” for more detailed instructions. They can be found in the drawer below the oven in the kitchen where you will also find all the other Instructions for all the other Appliances.
Siemens dryer (upper unit):
Please empty the pull-out container located at the upper left of the dryer after each drying cycle as it fills up with water from drying clothes. The dryer will not work if the container is full with water. Please carefully pull out the container as it may be full with water that can easily spill the wooden floor. If the water spills please dry the wooden floor to avoid stains or warping. Thank you(URL HIDDEN) Please also check the mesh filter in front of the washing drums when you open the door of the dryer. Please pull it out and remove the lint which may have accumulated during drying. The dryer won’t work efficiently if the filter is full with lint. Thank you(URL HIDDEN) If you’re unsure how to use the dryer please read the “Siemens Dryer Instructions” for more detailed instructions. They can be found in the drawer below the oven in the kitchen where you will also find all the other Instructions for the Appliances.
Please do not use the phone as costs will occur which you will need to cover. You may use the phone if you have a calling card for the charges to be charged to your credit card. Thank you.
It is very much appreciated if you guys sit down to pee for the next person to enjoy the toilet unspoiled. Thank you. Please also take into account that somebody is left with your results to clean the toilet after you! To avoid plugging up the toilet please refrain from flushing any female sanitaries, and please avoid the excessive use of toilet paper: We will need to charge you if the plumber has to come to unplug the toilet. If required, additional toilet paper can be found in the upper shelf of the right cabinet in the hallway. Thank you for your considerate usage.
If you stay for an extended period of time your hair, soap residues, etc. will be caught by the filter underneath the metal grid in the shower and plug up the water flow-off, and eventually flood the shower. You have to lift the metal grid and take out the little plastic filter to clean it from lint, hair, etc., plug it back into the provided flow-off and put the metal grid back on top. That’s all. Thank you.
Please be mindful of the number of towels you’re using: One small and one big towel should be sufficient per person for most stays.
If you stay more than a week please consider calling Vivian/Steffi to clean. From experience I will need to charge you more for the cleaning if my place has not been cleaned for more than a week, or if you stay with more than four people. Thank you for your understanding.
The public transportation system in Munich is excellent: There is the S- and U-Bahn system, Munich’s subway, trams and busses. Marienplatz, Stachus (Karlplatz) and the main station are considered the center of town. All the various S- and U-Bahn lines meet there. You may take the S-Bahn from the Airport to Marienplatz, then proceed two stops to Goetheplatz with the U3/U6-Bahn. Coming up from the subway station, you walk down Lindwurmstr. and turn left onto Adlzreiterstr., a small side road, leading you to Zenettiplatz, a ten minute walk from the subway station. There are various ticket types you may choose from the ticketing machines: The family ticket is the most convenient and least expensive one. Do not forget to devalue and time-stamp the ticket before your first ride(URL HIDDEN) Map: (URL HIDDEN) Cabs from/to the Airport are between 60-70 eur, depending on the traffic.
Supermarkets are usually open from 9am-8pm, bakeries may open as early as 5:30am; the butcher opposite Zenettiplatz from 6am-2pm. In our quarter called the “Isarvorstadt,” also known as the “Slaughter House Area,” the shops may follow old concessions hours from 6am-2pm. The shops downtown are open from 10am-8pm. All shops are closed on Sundays except for some bakeries that may be open until noon.
Important phone numbers incl. wifi access:
Use landline for emergency calls:110 or 112
Call a cab(URL HIDDEN) (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Vivian Loth, property manager: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
If you call from a foreign phone the country code for Germany is +49, you drop the “0” and dial the number: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN).
Alternatively, Steffi Loth: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Uschi Joshua: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Please consider that I live in San Fran, which means nine hours of time difference! Thank you!!
Enjoy your stay.
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An Italo-American from Lower Bavaria, my career brought me to Italy, Silicon Valley, California, and back to Munich, my hometown. I am big time into skiing, competitive tennis, running, hiking and surfing. I use airbnb myself when travelling as I see it as a great way of getting to know the area, living with locals, without spending a fortune. Hopefully you will share my passion for excellence and love to host.