This hotel is falsely advertised as Ibis Munich Garching, making you think it is in Munich. Unless you are a local you won't know that Garching is a town outside Munich and not a part of Munich. That would be fine, if there wasn't a Daimler Street in Munich as well. So after fighting traffic for 40 minutes we arrived in a dense residential area of Munich without any parking opportunities and no Ibis hotel in sight. After touring the block several times and finally finding a place to stop our car, a couple of friendly residents informed us that they are getting quite frustrated with confused Ibis guests routinely showing up at their address. Although they contacted Ibis Garching several times, the hotel refuses to change their misleading labeling from "Munich Garching" to "Garching", which inconveniences the poor residents who live at the Daimler Street in Munich and the poor guests who show up tiered from a long flight and have to figure out how to get to their hotel. During checkout, we brought this up with the lady at the front desk who just had a smirk on her face and said Garching is not part of Munich. We should know that. All in all a pretty provincial attitude and probably more a hotel for locals. Other than that it is a standard Ibis hotel. Standard ibis furniture and clean, albeit quite small. You only get one towel per person, not separate ones for the sink and shower. The breakfast is 10 EUR/person, but we passed as the food looked picked over. The parking machine was broken, which was inconvenient, because the lady at the front desk sent us downstairs to the machine when we wanted to pay at the front desk, making for unnecessary back and forth. Some of the other personnel was quite friendly. Generally, I like Ibis, but this particular location is below average for Ibis hotels.