If you are looking for a hotel in the heart of the city - then this is not the place for you. There is nothing around but businesses and 1 Indian restaurant. It is however every close to railway line and with a 20 minute trip you can be in the hub of the city. A friend and I booked very early as we assumed places would book up for oktoberfest quite quickly - and thought this was a "great deal" but when you do the conversion from the Euro to CAD we paid nearly $200 per night for 2 single beds - for a "budget" hotel we didn't expect much but got even less, not even those mini shampoos in the showers. Overall it was not a big deal, as we didn't spend much time in the room. My biggest complaint was the cleaning staff. The morning after our first night, we placed the do no disturb sign on our door and went to tour the city, leaving some of our belongings on the beds. When we returned back about 2 hours later, the do not disturb sign was back in the room and our room was cleaned and our things moved to accommodate making the bed. The next morning around 9:30 or 10 am while in the room (a later start as oktoberfest got the better of us) - the cleaning staff entered the room WITHOUT EVEN KNOCKING. About 20 minutes later, someone else came in, again without knocking. This happened 4 times all before 11am. And again, the same thing happened that day- left the room with the do not disturb sign and they went in a cleaned anyways. They clearly do not have respect for peoples privacy. Since we were so far away from Oktoberfest, I tried to inquire if we could be move to another budget ibis closer to the festivities, but since I had booked so early and got a "deal" they were unable to move my reservation which was super disappointing. As a Club Le Accor member I didn't really feel the benefits of this loyalty program during this stay. As a side note: For those that don't like to keep much cash on hand and prefer to use credit for most transactions - We had to cab back from the city 1 night and it cost 40 Euros, the cab company didn't take credit and didn't notify us beforehand, the hotel doesn't have an ATM we had to be driven elsewhere to pay and got charged for the extra trip. We left the next morning, and since we had spent all our money on taxi we didn't have enough to buy a ticket to the airport on the railway line - and had to take a $75 Euro (credit accepted) taxi.