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  • Munich
  • 21 Jun. 202422 Jun. 2024
    21 Jun.22 Jun.
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

Munich, 10 hotels

A city full of tradition

Stay overnight at one of the affordable B&B HOTELS in Munich. The absolute highlight of Germany's third-largest city is most certainly the Oktoberfest, which takes place every autumn. But Munich has so much more to offer! Take a stroll through the city and be impressed by historic buildings such as the Frauenkirche or let one of the many beer gardens tempt you in for a relaxing drink. Experience the Englische Garten or the Olympic grounds. There is so much to discover in Munich!


B&B HOTELS in Munich

Our accommodations in Munich have the following modern room categories: Double rooms with a double bed for one or two people, twin and triple rooms, as well as family rooms or barrier-free rooms. Our guests can use our WiFi or Sky TV programme free of charge during their stay. The central location of our accommodations makes them ideal for city breaks. International travellers looking for an overnight stay are in the right place thanks to our proximity to Munich Airport. All of our rooms include soundproof windows, a desk, a wardrobe and a flat screen TV. The bathrooms are equipped with a shower, WC, hairdryer and washbasin. You are also welcome to bring your pet with you for a small extra charge.

Try our popular B&B HOTELS breakfast buffet. For just a small surcharge, nothing is left to be desired. You can also find selected snacks and drinks in the vending machines in the hotel lobby at any time of the day.

Depending on availability, we offer you both paid and free parking spaces. You can find more information online on the respective hotel pages.


Cultural Centre Munich - A city with many facets

The Bavarian State Opera is one of the most important institutions in Munich and Bavaria and one of the best opera houses in the world. A visit to Munich would not be complete without a stop at Marienplatz to admire the breathtaking New Town Hall (and the accompanying carillon) and the beautiful streets around it. It is the central square of Munich and one of the most photographically interesting places in the city.

Munich is a hub of contemporary culture, and in the Haus der Kultur, you'll find a unique attempt to dissolve the boundaries of art. The city has many such gems and the Monopol cinema (in Schleißheimer Straße), which presents itself as a bar and cinema, also offers unusual cultural activities. One of our centrally located B&B HOTELS in Munich city centre is just a few minutes away from Marienplatz. From the Hotel Munich City West it is only a 3-minute walk to the nearest subway station and you can reach the city centre from our accommodation (in a central location) in about 10 minutes by car. Our premises offer single rooms, family rooms, and double rooms. Our breakfast times are daily from 06:00 to 10:00. 

Discover all our hotels in Munich, including B&B HOTEL München City-Nord, the B&B HOTEL München City-Ost or the B&B HOTEL München-Trudering and choose the one that best fits your needs!


City breaks in Munich – typically Bavarian

The popular European travel destination can be comfortably explored using the S-Bahn. Once you've arrived near the city centre, it's recommended to continue on foot. The city captivates visitors with interesting buildings and internationally famous museums at every turn.

The easiest way to get to Munich's pedestrian zone is from Karlsplatz, also known as Stachus. There, the first thing you'll notice is the large medieval city gate, the Karlstor. Here you can already experience the spirit and life of Munich and there are plenty of opportunities to stroll along through the pedestrian zone. Two of the most popular shopping streets form a significant part of the city centre and complete the city break: Kaufingerstraße and Neuhauser Straße. Here, Munich's luxury and wealth are evident on every corner in the form of elegant boutique shops, world-famous brands, fantastic restaurants, and many other offerings.

The city is famous for its annual Oktoberfest (you can find information and tips about the time and schedule of the event online on the Oktoberfest Munich website). That traditional Bavarian spirit is not only present at the Oktoberfest, but rather the beer brewing tradition, the countless beer gardens, the Weißwurst etc. are all typical of Munich. The beer culture, deeply rooted in the city's DNA, is best enjoyed sitting in Munich's beer gardens on a sunny day. It's a city of warm people, beautiful architecture, culture, museums, and good food.


Overnight stays in Munich

The state capital of the Free State of Bavaria has a population of over 1.4 million. Our accommodation B&B HOTEL Munich City-Nord is located in the north of Munich. From here you can reach Munich city centre in about 15 minutes. You can look forward to soundproof rooms, air conditioning, a private bathroom with a shower (equipped in all our B&B HOTELS) and, if desired, a breakfast buffet. You also get free access to our high-speed WiFi.

If you're looking for accommodation near the modern Munich Airport, our B&B HOTEL Munich Airport is a great option thanks to its central location. A connection to the A92 motorway (Hotel Munich Airport), and free parking (subject to availability) are additional features for travellers to look forward to. The B&B HOTEL Munich Hauptbahnhof is another well connected hotel that offers both business travellers, families and those looking for a city break the perfect option for exploring the city from a well connected base.


Bavarian dishes and restaurants in Munich

In the Graggenauviertel, the north-eastern district of Munich's old town, you'll find many of the most popular bars, restaurants, and the world-famous Hofbräuhaus. Here you can experience Munich culture and Bavarian delicacies in a cosy atmosphere. While sociability takes centre stage in the lower part of the Hofbräuhaus, the second floor is a bit more relaxed and quiet.

But that's not all: Munich is a city of modern gourmet cuisine. Dallmayr, famous for its coffee, is located near Marienplatz and offers upscale gourmet cuisine and many other specialities. You can find some information and tips about reservation options online.

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