There’s an abundance of hotel choices to suit all pockets in Munich, from the very grandest 5-star edifices along Maximillianstrasse, to smaller but no less elegant boutique establishments. There’s traditional opulence and cutting-edge contemporary style, good clean budget options and all the trusted international chains associated with the mid-price and business travel markets. The only thing to really bear in mind when booking a hotel in Munich is that for the duration of the massive Oktoberfest (when over a million people descend on the city), even a broom cupboard can’t be found without advanced booking.
The Munich hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €200)
Moderate (€100 to €200)
Cheap (up to €100)
These Munich hotel prices are the starting prices for a standard double room per night and include taxes and breakfast unless otherwise specified.
Privately owned and run by one family for over 100 years, the prestigious Bayerischer Hof welcomes an upscale international clientele. This grand hotel boasts classical halls and foyers, a fitness centre, a swimming pool and spa on the rooftop terrace, designer shops, a theatre, a cinema, 5 top-notch restaurants, 6 bars and a jazz nightclub all under one roof. Its opulent 340 rooms and suites vary in decorative styles - some are very romantic and English, designed by Laura Ashley, others feature a southern European country-house theme or a French 19th-century palace ambience. Located in the heart of Munich, the hotel hosts many prominent functions and award parties for Germany's high society.Address: , Promenadeplatz 2-6, Munich,
Telephone: +49 89 21 200.
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski
Possibly the best appointed of all the luxury hotels in Munich, with its imposing 19th-century facade dominating a long stretch of the city’s most fashionable boulevard, Maximillianstrassse, in the heart of Munich. The hotel mixes traditional opulence with a contemporary twist, and the 230 rooms and 67 suites are accompanied by indoor pool, solarium, sauna and spa. The hotel has had famous guests like Elton John, Elizabeth Taylor and Konrad Adenauer.Address: , Maximilianstrasse 17, Munich, 80539
Telephone: +49 89 2125 2799.
The Charles Hotel
This Rocco Forte purpose-built luxury hotel is in the same stable as Berlin's opulent Hotel de Rome and the Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt. Unashamedly expensive, but guaranteed to provide every possible comfort, The Charles Hotel in Munich was designed by Olga Polizzi. It is located centrally, close to Königsplatz and all Munich's historic city centre attractions. It offers 132 large rooms, extensive meetings facilities and a fully equipped spa and bathing complex.Address: , Sophienstrasse 28, Munich, 80333
Telephone: +49 89 544 5550.
Eurostars Book Hotel
Bookworms will find much to write home about at Eurostars Book Hotel, which dedicates each of its floors to a different literary genre. So whether you’re wandering the corridors with Don Quixote or bunking up with Anna Karenina, its 201 rooms have plenty space for tucking into a good read. Modern and stylish, the hotel doesn’t have the grandiose beauty of a Jane Austen manor, plumping instead for saunas, a lobby-bar, a business centre, meeting rooms for events, free Wi-Fi and small gym.Address: , Schwanthalerstrasse 44, Munich,
Telephone: +49 89 599 9250.
Fleming's Hotel Munich-City
Part of the Fleming’s chain of accommodation and restaurants, Hotel Munich-City is centrally located, just a short walk from the Hauptbahnhof. Its contemporary flair is pared down with straight-lined furniture, while its 112 rooms come with glass cube bathrooms. The restaurant downstairs gives the diner décor a French brassiere twist, and its spa and fitness area boasts a Finnish sauna and aroma steam bath.Address: , Bayerstrasse 47, Munich, 80335
Telephone: +49 89 444 4660.
This unusual hotel is popular with actors and media types - partly because of its trendy, central location near Gärtnerplatz and partly because of the combination of English colonial style and traditional Bavarian architecture. Its 32 rooms are tastefully furnished and follow a unique design scheme throughout. Definitely a hotspot to be seen at in Munich, yet still kept a secret from all but the in-crowd.Address: , Hans-Sachs-Strasse 4, Munich, 80469
Telephone: +49 89 231 890.
Creatif Hotel Elephant
Like someone knocked an array of paint pots over, this cream-walled hotel goes crazy with the bright colours elsewhere, but it works wonderfully. Rooms are basic, but all have ensuites and TVs, and each is dotted with retro furniture. You can’t miss the place from the outside as it’s sprayed with countless colours. Breakfast is included.Address: , Lämmerstrasse 6, Munich, 80335
Telephone: +49 89 555 785.
Mercure Hotel München Altstadt
This formulaic chain hotel in Munich, located between the Marienplatz and Stachus squares, is an affordable option right in the heart of the Old Town. The 80 standard rooms provide simple accommodation but are comfortable, clean and secure. The Mercure Alstadt offers Wi-Fi access, covered parking (a rarity in central Munich) and basic catering, within a short walking distance of all the historic attractions of the city centre.Address: , Hotterstrasse 4, Munich, 80331
Telephone: +49 89 232 590.
Motel One Munich-City-West
Located in the western part of Munich, but with good connections to the Old Town, Motel One Munich-City-West brands itself as a ‘boutique mote’, offering functional contemporary and stylish surroundings at budget prices. Rooms are compact but modern in design, and services such as Wi-Fi internet access are available, while drinks and snacks are on offer 24 hours.Address: , Landsberger Strasse 79, Munich, 80339
Telephone: +49 89 5388 6890.