Feb 24, 2020 - Feb 25, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Munich
As expected from one of the best cities in Europe, if you’re looking for hotels in Munich, you certainly won’t struggle for choice.
With a rich history encapsulated in its ancient buildings, museums and landmarks, there is plenty to see and do in the Bavarian capital. For example, you can enjoy a drink in the 428-year-old Hofbräuhaus before visiting the buildings and attractions around the Marienplatz in the Altstadt. Visitors can get around the city easily with the efficient metro system or, if a tour is also an attraction, use the hop-on/hop-off option offered by city tour companies.
Altstadt (Old Town) Hotels
A popular base from which to explore Munich, the Altstadt – or old town – is within walking distance of many of the sights, including Marienplatz (the city’s main square), and close to stations on the Munich metro.
This luxury central Munich hotel is a perfect spot for discovering many of the architectural gems of the city with easy access to the underground and S-bahn trains. The Viktualienmarkt –one of the most beautiful markets in the city – is just outside the hotel.
A solid choice for a mid-priced property, the three-star Mercure is centrally located and good for both business travel and vacationing. The 80 non-smoking rooms feature air conditioning and complimentary Wi-Fi.
For those looking for a lower room rate, the Hotel Daniel is a traditional, family-run three-star hotel located adjacent to Karlsplatz and offering simple rooms with modern furnishings and free Wi-Fi.
Munich Airport Hotels
One of Europe’s finest airports, Munich International is located north of the city and has several hotels nearby. There are direct links from the airport to the city center by the S-Bahn rail service and by bus with the rail service departing every 20 minutes and taking around 45 minutes to reach central Munich.
One of the several hotels situated near Munich Airport, the Hilton is located between Terminals 1 and 2 and is an upmarket hotel with a gym, a spa and an indoor pool and sauna.
Located 5km (3 miles) from Munich Airport, this mid-range hotel offers contemporary rooms, an international restaurant with open kitchen and a beer garden. An airport shuttle is also available.
A cheaper airport hotel option some 6km (4 miles) from the airport and offering bright and modern rooms with a free breakfast buffet for guests and free Wi-Fi.
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Very family friendly and lovely in many ways! Christmas festival and castle grounds are impressive!
The best thing was the balance between an immense amount of history and culture.
We walked everywhere. It was Fun because we would stop and find a place to have coffee in the lovely out door market
I’m from San Diego, California and I absolutely LOVE Munich. It’s by far my fav city in Germany. The people are super nice and friendly :) Maxvorstadt is the trendy hip area to go out for dinner and drinks, which is right next to LMU. Definitely try käsespätzle, it’s basically Mac n cheese but 10x better. The Englischer Garten is also very nice especially during the summer to tan and have a BBQ with friends. Using the U-Bahn is SO easy to use to get around or you can take a bike :) and of course Oktoberfest was amazing, I’m not a beer person at all but their beer is so easy and yummy to drink. However, if you rent a car or take a bike tour, there are soo many beautiful lakes to go swimming, hikes, or to get something to eat at a typical Bavarian restaurant. Not even exaggerating but the Walchensee lake has turquoise water. There’s also a lift that takes you up a mountain for a scenic view with very easy hiking trails (ppl bring small dogs), there’s also a little restaurant at the top with live Bavarian music :) Honestly Munich is the best, you should definitely visit :)