Park in Nymphenburg Castle, Munich

Munich is a center of attraction for both holidaymakers and business travelers all year round and has something to offer for every taste and budget. During the famous Oktoberfest, which attracts over a million visitors every year, prices are particularly high and early booking is essential. If you want to stay cheap, you should look for accommodation in the outskirts of the metropolis.

The following hotels in Munich are divided into three categories:

Luxurious (more than € 200)
Moderate ( € 100 to € 200)
Inexpensive (up to € 100)

These are minimum prices for a double room per night, with VAT and breakfast, unless otherwise stated.


Bayerischer Hof

The privately owned Bayerischer Hof has been run by the same family for over 100 years and is especially popular with wealthy international guests. Ernst von Siemens is said to have rented a luxurious suite here for most of his life.

The grand hotel is a legendary institution among Munich hotels and is characterized by classic corridors and foyers and offers guests a swimming pool on the terrace on the top floor, designer shops, a theater and a jazz night club. The magnificent rooms are decorated differently. Some look very romantic and English and bear the handwriting of designer Laura Ashley, others are in southern European country house style or are reminiscent of French castles of the 19th century.

The German high society regularly meets here for important events and award ceremonies.

Address: Promenadeplatz 2-6, 80333 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 212 00.

Kempinski Hotel Four Seasons

This renowned hotel is one of the most luxurious and beautiful hotels in all of Munich. It is located directly on the magnificent Maximilianstrasse and is surrounded by galleries, theaters and shops. Each of the 303 elegant rooms and 65 suites combines historical charm with the latest technical equipment. The hotel restaurant offers award-winning traditional cuisine. There is also a swimming pool, a solarium, a sauna and a wellness center.

Address: Maximilianstrasse 17, 80539 Munich
Phone: +49 (0) 89 21 26 0.

The Charles Hotel

This Rocco Forte design hotel belongs to the family of the Hotel de Rome in Berlin and the Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt. The Charles Hotel, furnished by Olga Polizzi, is openly expensive, but offers every conceivable comfort and a central location near the Königsplatz and all other sights in the historic city center of Munich.

There are 132 spacious rooms, a number of meeting rooms and a well-equipped wellness and bathing area.

Address: Sophienstraße 28, 80333 Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 544 55 50.


Hilton Munich City

The four-star Hilton Munich City pampers its guests, who come primarily from the business travel sector, with the luxury of a good five-star hotel. Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport is only 35 minutes away by underground, which can be reached via a station directly below the hotel. The room standard includes plenty of space, television, minibar, air conditioning and internet access. The hotel is suitable for meetings and other events for up to 550 people. A fitness center is also available.

Address: Rosenheimer Strasse 15, 81667 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 480 40.

H’Otello Advokat B’01 Munich

This exquisite and tasteful design hotel is quiet, bright and fresh and above all attracts a young, trendy crowd. The bright rooms with their elegant ambience are welcome resting places in the midst of the bustle of Munich and convince with beautiful cream and natural tones as well as real wood furniture and luxurious fabrics. The hotel offers over 50 rooms, each with a bathroom and internet access. Guests can use the roof terrace to relax. The central location of the hotel next to the Isartor, the entrance to Munich’s most important shopping district, is an ideal starting point for gallery or museum visits.

Address: Baaderstraße 1, Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 45 83 12 00.

Hotel Olympic

Famous actors and journalists love this somewhat different hotel, partly because of its trendy location near Gärtnerplatz, partly because of its combination of English colonial style and traditional Bavarian architecture. The 32 rooms are tastefully and stylishly furnished. Hotel Olympic is definitely a place to be seen, but it still retains the aura of an insider tip.

Address: Hans-Sachs-Strasse 4, 80469 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 23 18 90.


Motel One Munich-City-West

Located in the west of Munich within walking distance of the Donnersbergerbrücke S-Bahn station, the Motel One München-City-West is a chic boutique hotel. It attracts with modern rooms at affordable prices and offers WiFi connection as well as snacks and drinks around the clock.

Address: Landsberger Straße 79, 80339 Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 53 88 68 90.

B&B Hotel Munich-Messe

The B&B Hotel München-Messe is about 15-20 minutes away from central Munich by public transport, but offers bright and clean rooms with free Wi-Fi, a bathroom and a TV at affordable prices. Its location is particularly interesting for business travelers and trade fair visitors. The hotel has a small hotel bar and a breakfast buffet.

Address: Otto-Hahn-Straße 11, 85609 Aschheim – Dornbach
Phone: +49 (0) 89 330 35 830.

Mercure Hotel Munich Altstadt

The typical Mercure München Altstadt hotel chain is located between Marienplatz and Stachus and offers affordable rooms in the heart of historic Munich. The 3-star hotel’s 75 rooms are simply decorated, but comfortable, clean, and secure. The hotel is equipped with WiFi, underground parking (rarely in Munich) and simple catering.

Address: Hotterstraße 4, 80331 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 23 25 90.

Park in Nymphenburg Castle, Munich