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Hi, how's the area around Hauptbahnhof? I udnerstand usually area around central station will be crowded, so we expected. Like to know if any specific area we shall avoid? Due south of Hauptbahnhof is the red light district. That's really Schillerstrasse. To north side there are nice hotels; To east again good hotels and south west are Le Meridien and other quality hotels.
Personally, I stay all around the station and have never had any problems or issues. My wife has been with me, and my elderly parent. Red light district means a couple of sex shops- a little sleazy but not a noisy area with prostitutes on the street, or anything like that.
As the last poster says, Shillerstrasse is where theres a few cabaret bars who offer expensive champagne wearing bikinis and that about all you get to see but aside from that you could stay in the Meridien or Bayerpost and not even notice there was a somewhat sleazy area a short walk away.
Either way, there is no real dangerous area in Munich and the area by the station is a lot more pleasant than in Frankfurt for example. I have been to Frankfurt and area around Hauptbahnhof is okay, even not very good. Then I believe Munich is nice. Many thanks. Yes, the LeMeridien Hotel www. I would however, highly recommend the Hotel Excelsior , which is also only steps, perhaps half a city block from the Hauptbahnhof.
It's 4. They have a fantastic wine Keller and ristorante on the bottom floor of the hotel. The suites are super nice too! I don't care for the area around the Hauptbahnhof - not because it is dangerous or anything, it just is rather utilitarian and not all that interesting to me. So if you are just passing through the area, then nothing to worry about at all. Totally agree with November Moon, whilst I would not deter folk from staying by the station - it's safe and not too far out - I don't understand why it gets recommended as an A1 location, it really isn't.