Hotels in Munich

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Munich, Germany
Nov 29 — Nov 302
Munich, Germany
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Cheapest month:February
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Munich:€144/night
Absolute cheapest price found:€9/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Saturday
€112 - €215
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€127 - €163
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Munich

About Munich

Anchored by a medieval Old Town, Munich is an enchanting city best known for its annual Oktoberfest celebrations. The beer is fantastic, but it’s not Munich’s only talent. The city is home to a string of fantastic museums and galleries, as well as stunning architecture and lashings of Bavarian history.

Things to Do

For some, Munich is synonymous with one thing. Oktoberfest. Every year, millions of people descend on the city to celebrate a mutual love for beer. Even if you don’t visit in October, it’s easy to soak up Munich’s beer-loving culture. The city is strewn with beer halls and gardens, including the legendary Hofbräuhaus which has been pouring tankards since 1589.

Spend a few hours exploring the Old Town, stopping to admire sights like the Munich Residenz Palace, Cuvilliés-Theater, Old Town Hall and Frauenkirche Church. Rest your feet at a sun-drenched street cafe, before heading to Marienplatz Square to hear the famous glockenspiel chimes.

Munich prides itself on arts and culture, which means there’s plenty to keep urban adventurers entertained. The Deutsches Museum celebrates science and technology, while the BMW Museum is a must for luxury car lovers.

Admire masterpieces at the Alte Pinakothek and Neue Pinakothek galleries, then take in contemporary masterpieces at Pinakothek der Moderne. With grassy meadows, winding bicycle trails and even a lakeside beer garden, Munich’s Englischer Garten is a great place to catch your breath.

Getting Around

Germany is a world leader in public transport, with Munich no exception.You’ll find an efficient transportation system, with trains, subways, trams and buses, running throughout the city. Parts of the Old Town are largely pedestrianised, which means walking is often the best way to get from A to B.

Munich travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Munich?

    Munich has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its favored locations, like Altstadt-Lehel, Trudering-Riem, and Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt.

  • What are the best hotels in Munich?

    Munich is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Hilton Munich Airport, which has a current rating of 8.6. For other potential stays, consider Sofitel Munich Bayerpost and Arthotel ANA Munich Messe, which can also be great places to stay in Munich.

  • What is a good hotel near München Hauptbahnhof?

    Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is a hotel near München Hauptbahnhof that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.5 across 2,512 reviews.

  • What is a good hotel in Munich near Theresienwiese?

    Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is the most recommended hotel near Theresienwiese on HotelsCombined (scoring 8.5 over 2,512 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near Marienplatz?

    2,512 HotelsCombined reviews of Sofitel Munich Bayerpost score it 8.5/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Marienplatz.

  • How much do hotels in Munich cost?

    Hotels in Munich cost an average of €100/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Munich had higher average prices of €109/night and €365/night respectively.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Munich?

    €9 per night is the cheapest Munich hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.

  • How much is a hotel in Munich tonight?

    Users have found prices for hotels in Munich tonight starting as low as €10, rising to an average cost of €115, based on searches in the last 72 hours.

  • What are the best hotels on Maximillianstrasse Street in Munich City?

    This popular street will give you multiple options as you look to book cheap hotels in Munich. A suitable option is Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München which is conveniently located in the city center. It has 24-hour room service, a mini-bar, and flat-screen TVs. If you prefer a hotel with a rooftop terrace, a Turkish steam birth and a butler service, a good choice is Mandarin Oriental, Munich. If you are looking for another cheap option, Hotel Torbraeu fits the bill with hassle-free access to Munich’s main sightseeing areas. Besides luxury hotels, designer shops and boutiques, beautiful sceneries, and art galleries, Maximillianstrasse Street has an elaborate public transport network that gets you around the city with ease. You can travel from your hotel in Munich to your preferred destination within the town by U-Bahn underground train with stations marked with "U" signs. You can also use the theStraßenbahn trams that run 24/7, S-Bahn aboveground trains, or Expressbus and MVG city buses.

  • Are there kid-friendly hotels in Munich?

    If you are looking for kid-friendly accommodation, multiple Munich hotels accommodate the whole family. An ideal option is the Hotel Torbrau that is centered around offering family facilities. It has child and babysitting services, children's activities, and flexible guestrooms to accommodate families. Another option is the Hilton Munich City that provides family-friendly amenities and supervised child activities. It has room layouts and services that usually work for families of any size. Another suitable option is the Holiday Inn Munich City Center. This facility has family and junior suites and a chance to access connecting rooms. Cribs can be availed upon request. They also have a children’s menu while they allow kids to eat free with a paying adult. They have an indoor swimming pool that allows family privacy and extra fun for the kids. You can also have a child care service on request.

  • How can I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in Munich?

    For a quiet place in Munich, Hotel Mercure Munich Altstadt is a recommended stop. It is located away from the buzzing inner-city spots and has a laid-back vibe relative to other options in the populous city. It’s just a stroll away from Munich Residenz, allowing access to cafes, restaurants, and shopping malls. Its tranquil environment comes with cozy rooms and well-furnished meeting rooms. Another option is the Hotel Metropol by Maier which is conveniently located on a quiet street near the central train station. While allowing such peace and quietness, the facility is adjacent to amenities that are convenient for the traveler. The shopping malls are a walking distance from the malls while the tourist attraction sites are near. You will be able to grab what you need and explore the city.

  • What neighborhoods in Munich have the best restaurants?

    The Altstadt neighborhood is an ideal stop for top restaurants that provide local and international cuisines. Great restaurants in this area include Landersdorfer & Innerhofer Restaurant, Hackerhaus, Augustiner Klosterwirt, and Nigin. You will find variations in food culture where German recipes focus largely on bread, meat, potatoes, and vegetables. Other popular items of German cuisine are beer, coffee, and cake. The Viktualienmarkt neighborhood is another area in Munich where great joints like Zum Alten Markt will serve you with traditional Bavarian-international cuisine.  With an adjacent food market, you will be served fresh regional meat specialties, wafer-thin cured beef, and sausage. The Haxnbauer im Scholastikahaus hotel in the same neighborhood will serve you crispy delicacies including pork knuckles and veal joints. You will interact with Munich locals and guests while learning the Bavarian culture.