Comfort Hotel Muenchen Ost
Kronstadter Strasse 12
Phone: (49) 89 5997630
Fax: (49) 89 599763599
Kronstadter Strasse 12, Munich, DE, 81677
- Phone: (49) 89 5997630
- Fax: (49) 89 599763599
Catch the latest happenings live at the ultra-spacious Reitstadion Riem. With a comfortable and vast seating capacity and advanced light and sound systems, this space creates an experience worth living.
Cts-Schulungshalle Traininghalle is a training hall that mostly caters to students of theater and other stage performances. It also hosts events.
The Bayerische Theaterakademie August Everding is a theater academy which specializes in training drama school students and even professionals in the art of acting, improvisation, stage costumes, makeup, set designing and image masks. Other intricacies of theater which happen behind the scenes or in full view of the audience, are also covered as part of the training. The academy is housed within the gorgeous architectural confines of the Prince Regent Theater (Prinzregententheater).
The Loft is a venue available for hosting variety of events and parties. Right from corporate meets to birthday parties, Loft is armed with modern amenities and equipments to handle it all. It can accommodate a large group of nearly 250 people. For further details on rates of renting the space, contact the administrator's office.
Messe München, an exhibition company, plays host to some largest international trade fairs. The multi-functional space and services are ready for nearly any event. They feature 17 rooms all of which have the latest technologies for large-scale functions and services. The halls are modern in appearance and are perfect for event organizers.
One of the four exhibition centers extended by the Messe München, the New Munich Trade Fair Centre is a massive event venue. The center comprises of 17 well-equipped halls with a huge outdoor exhibition area. Conveniently located in a less road traffic zone, the center boasts of state-of-the-art technological facilities and flexible services.
Karl Pfefferle Werkstatt für Rahmen und Restaurierungen or Karl Pfefferle Workshop for Frames and Restoration is renowned for making the best frames in Southern Germany. The intricate designs and artistic workmanship have bordered many beautiful pictures, photographs and paintings. When at this place you can learn to make the frames or just watch skillful hands carve out interesting frames in front of you. Their impressive collection can be seen at the Galerie Karl Pfefferle.
With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
The forum has got all you need to host a great conference. If your guests get hungry they can trot down to the restaurant in the building and indulge themselves or take advantage of the catering services provided . The center has 18 conference areas and 3 movie halls and event arenas equipped with high-tech facilities for presentations. For a breather, step out on the terrace and enjoy the view.
Munich, the third largest city in Germany, is situated on the River Isar, north of the Bavarian Alps. It has a continental climate. It has strong Turkish and Balkan communities. It has an eclectic mix of architecture and landmarks. There are a variety of parks, museums, romantic castles, sports stadiums, markets, night-life and world-famous festivals like Oktoberfest for visitors and locals to see and explore.
The best way to travel around the city is to hire a taxi that will take you wherever you desire. Aras & Aras GmbH is a professional taxicab that will cater to your needs, be it airport transfers, a trip to the mall or even touring the city. The well-maintained cars can be summoned by phone round the clock. Their service is efficient and your ride will be comfortable.
St Peter's Church, also known fondly as Alter Peter (Old Peter) is the oldest parish church in Munich. The valiant visitor who manages to climb the 306 steps to the top will have an incomparable view of the city and on a clear day, the Alps look close enough to touch. St. Peter's was named after the old hill on which it stands, the Petersberg. There was apparently a chapel on the site before Munich was founded, which was then replaced with a Romanesque structure in the 11th century and later a Gothic building. In the 14th century, the double-tower was redeveloped to form the single tower facade of the church which remains today. Over the centuries, St. Peter's underwent even more changes, mainly in the Baroque and Rococo periods.