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Where to Stay in Munich

Whether you're in Munich to enjoy Oktoberfest, the beautiful architecture or the lively culture, you won't be disappointed. Opera, beer halls, museums and castles are all signature landmarks of the city. Munich's city centre is easily identified by its iconic traffic loop called the Altstadtring. Most visitor attractions, such as historic beer and opera houses, can be found here. Maxvorstadt, which is the academic and arts area north of the city centre, is home to the University of Munich and numerous historic museums. Read our article on what to do in Munich for more tips.

Munich City Centre

Munich's city centre is the most popular district to visit. The attractions most often visited here are the New City Hall, the Old City Hall and the Feldherrenhalle (a historic residence for Bavarian kings). There is a range of last-minute hotels in Munich’s City centre.

1. Hotel Jedermann

Of the cheap hotels in Munich, Hotel Jedermann is the most popular and highest rated. It features small, clean rooms. It is located in Salzburg, which is the historic area.

2. Bavaria Boutique Hotel

To find a quality midrange hotel in Munich, look no further than the Bavaria Boutique Hotel. Its location, neat the central station, is convenient. It includes a robust breakfast. Quiet, comfortable and clean rooms make it a great value option.

3.Hotel München Palace

For a higher end boutique hotel in Munich, a beautiful option is the Hotel München Palace. It is located in the upscale Bogenhausen district. With well-appointed rooms, the hotel features luxuries such as free Wi-Fi, minibars, private balconies and flat-screen TVs.

Munich Airport Hotels

Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) is located 18 miles northeast of the city. The city's train system covers this distance quite easily, so it can be beneficial to stay near the airport. Cheap hotels in Munich are often located near the airport as well.

1. MOXY Munich Airport Hotel

In the cheap category, one of the best last-minute hotels in the Munich Airport area is the MOXY Munich Airport Hotel. Fast and free Wi-Fi, a billiards area and trendy bar make it a great option.

2. The Holiday Inn Express Munich Airport

This is an excellent and reliable midrange option near the airport. It offers free Wi-Fi, a small gym and attentive service.

3. Hilton Munich Airport

A boutique hotel in Munich near the airport to try is the Hilton Munich Airport. Walking distance to the terminals, exquisite rooms and a spa make this hotel worth the price.

Spa Hotels in Munich

Relax and unwind at a spa hotel.

1. Hotel Sofitel Munich Bayerpost

This hotel is located in the heart of Munich's city centre. Modern, comfortable rooms in a massive historic building make it unforgettable. Its spa is world-class, featuring massage and beauty treatments.

2. Le Méridien Munich

This hotel is in downtown Munich and features a fantastic pool, fitness centre, spa and pet-friendly rooms.

3. Sheraton München Westpark Hotel

This is another great spa hotel with brand-new rooms, fast Wi-Fi, a range of spa treatments and top-shelf customer service.

With all of the options for hotels in Munich, booking in advance is important. You can do so on our website where you can conveniently filter by the amenities and prices that are important to you.

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Ryan Pearson
Ryan Pearson

The best thing was the balance between an immense amount of history and culture.

Betty Little
Betty Little

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 :)

Jose  Mora
Jose Mora

the must amazing citys. I recomend stop there of you travel in Germany the sculpture and the history get you to feel another world.


The least expensive month is December, with an average of £86 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Munich is September, with an average price of £156 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £94 per night. This is 11% less than the average nightly price of £105 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Munich, the expected average temperature in October is 9.3°C/48.7°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 23.8°C/74.8°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -3.8°C/25.2°F.
The nearest airport to Munich is Munich (MUC) (17.53 miles). Other nearby airports include: Augsburg (35.76 miles)

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