Popular with both business and leisure travelers for its convenient location, the rich in tradition Eden Hotel Wolff sits opposite the train station. Guests can also visit Viktualienmarkt outdoor market, Marienplatz, or raise a glass at Hofbräuhaus beer hall; both are a 20-minute walk away in the Old Town.
Designed by Chicago architect Helmut Jahn, this “transparent” glass-and-steel hotel is inside the Munich Airport building, between Terminals 1 and 2; downtown Munich is 37 km (23 miles) away.
Located in the heart of Munich, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Siemens Headquarters, English Garden, and Bavarian National Museum. International Congress Center Munich and Maximilianeum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Siemens Headquarters, English Garden, and Bavarian National Museum. International Congress Center Munich and Maximilianeum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Tucked between the Alter Botanic Gardens and München Hauptbahnhof, the city's central train station, NH Muenchen Deutscher Kaiser is an ideal base for exploring Munich. It's also 1 km south of Konigsplatz, a large public square that is home to the State Collection of Antiquities.
This seven storey hotel in the traditional style is located within 200 metres of the main train station, historic old town, and the vibrant Marienplatz.
Located in Ludwigsvorstadt, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of German Theater and Asamkirche. Marienplatz and Church of Our Lady are also within 15 minutes.
Located directly on Munich Airport's property between 2 terminals, Hotel Novotel Muenchen Airport is a convenient base for travelers. The hotel is a 40-minute metro ride from the city center, where popular Munich sights like the Marienplatz and the Kunstareal museum beg to be explored.
The capital of Bavaria has so much to offer that you could spend weeks exploring it all. One of the most popular times to visit is during the world-famous Oktoberfest, which actually starts in late September most years. This major cultural event is well worth bearing in mind when looking for cheap hotels in Munich during fall. All Munich hotels get busy at this time of year, so be sure to book in advance. When staying in Munich, it is a good idea to find a deal on an organized tour so that you can take in many of the city's best sights and explore the wonderful Bavarian castles and countryside.
Hotels near the Bavarian State Library offer easy access to the city center and to the green Englischer Garten, a superb city park. Along with the centrally located hotels that tend to be large and plush, there are plenty more clustered around the main railway terminus to the west. For travelers thinking of a honeymoon destination, try one of the many romantic hotels in Munich, most of which offer suites as well as smaller rooms.
You can immerse yourself in Munich's culture and history by visiting its many churches, castles, and museums. A great way to feel the city is to jump on a bike and do a city bike tour - you'll be able to see a lot of the city in short amount of time. Alternatively, a jog around the former Olympic track can provide some inspirational exercise. No trip to Munich would be complete without a visit to at least one bierkeller, or beer hall.
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