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Located in Munich City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Marienplatz, Pinakothek der Moderne and Viktualienmarkt. Hofbrauhaus and Residenz are also ...
£112 per night for 2 guests
Located in Munich City Centre, this luxury hotel is steps away from Hofbrauhaus, National Theater Munich and Cuvillies Theatre. Bavarian State Opera and Spielzeugmuseum ...
£355 per night for 2 guests
Located in Munich City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Augustiner Keller and Karlsplatz - Stachus. Koenigsplatz and Klinikum Grosshadern are ...
£60 per night for 2 guests
Located in Munich City Centre, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Marienplatz, Pinakothek der Moderne and Hofbrauhaus. Residenz and Deutsches Museum ...
£218 per night for 2 guests
Located in Munich City Centre, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Augustiner Keller and Theresienwiese. Marienplatz and Karlsplatz - Stachus are also within ...
£81 per night for 2 guests
Located in the centre of Munich, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of German Theater, Karlsplatz - Stachus and Klinikum Grosshadern. Theresienwiese ...
£128 per night for 2 guests
Located in Neuhausen - Nymphenburg, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Hirsch Garden (Hirschgarten) and within 3 miles (5 km) of Theresienwiese and Marienplatz. ...
£69 per night for 2 guests
Munich attracts a wide range of travellers, from holidaymakers and business people to beer lovers who come for the famous Oktoberfest celebrations.
Every year, around six million visitors descend on the city to enjoy some typical Bavarian culture and, of course, beer. Hotels in Munich book up quickly in September and October, when the festival takes place, so it’s a good idea to plan your trip several months in advance.
Munich in the run-up to Christmas is also a delight, thanks to the city’s famous festive markets. Christkindl – one of the oldest markets in Europe – is the main one to visit in Munich, with live music, Christmas craft workshops and hundreds of cute wooden huts selling handmade homeware, snacks and mulled wine.
Like any major city, the choice of hotels in the Bavarian capital is extensive. You won’t be disappointed if you’re looking for an impressive five-star hotel in Munich. There are some big hitters in the historic centre, such as the iconic Hotel Bayerische Hof and the grand Mandarin Oriental München, in a neo-Renaissance building that was formerly an opera house.
Travelling to Munich on a budget? No problem. Cheap hotels in Munich abound, many of which are clustered around the main train station, such as Hotel Dolomit, which has offers modern soundproofed rooms, and the stylish Vi Vadi Hotel Downtown Munich.
For historic cobbled streets and medieval squares, stay in a hotel in the Altstadt-Lehel. Here you will also find some of the city’s most famous attractions, such as the Frauenkirche church, Viktualienmarkt gourmet food market and Maximilianstrasse, the main shopping street. This area is very pedestrian-friendly and all attractions can be reached on foot.
North of the Old Town is Maxvorstadt, the cultural heart of Munich that is home to the museum quarter. Around a dozen world-class institutions can be found near Königsplatz. Highlights include the three Pinakothek museums and Museum Brandhorst, which focuses on modern art. Stay in the nearby Ruby Lilly Hotel Munich for understated modern rooms, a roof terrace and bar.
If you’re in town to sample Munich’s nightlife, book a hotel in Schwabing-Ost. This trendy district, with plenty of shops, cafes and bars, has been gentrified in recent years but still has traces of its bohemian past. Here you will also find Englischer Garten, one of Europe’s biggest city parks, and a lovely place for a relaxing stroll.
Vibrant Glockenbachviertel, near the River Isar, also has great nightlife and is the centre of the city’s gay and lesbian scene. A good hotel choice here is the The Flushing Meadows Hotel and Bar, which has chic rooms designed by local creatives and a rooftop bar with panoramic views.
Munich is a business hub, thanks in part to its location in the centre of Europe, and many major brands call the city home. It’s not difficult, therefore, to find a business hotel in Munich that has a conference venue and hundreds of rooms.
Individual travellers can find hotels near major company headquarters that have the necessary amenities, such as free Wi-Fi. Mercure Hotel Muenchen Neuperlach Sued is an excellent choice for those visiting Siemens, for example, and has nearby train links to the city centre.
There are plenty of family-friendly hotels in Munich. If you’re taking the kids on a sightseeing trip, you might want to consider choosing a mid-range location and a hotel that has cots and other child-friendly facilities, such as Harry’s Home Hotel in Moosach.
Youngsters will find it hard to be bored in Munich, thanks to attractions such as Tierpark Hellabrunn, which feels more like a nature reserve than a zoo. Another highlight is seeing the Rathaus-Glockenspiel in Marienplatz chime at 11am and 5pm every day, while children are welcome in beer gardens, too – many have playgrounds. And all of that's before you've got the many kid-friendly attractions in the surrounding area, including LEGOLAND Deutschland, just over an hour's drive away, between Munich and Stuttgart.