“It’s easy to pigeonhole the Bayerischer Hof as just another luxury hotel. There’s the Michelin-starred restaurant, the swanky suites, the rooftop Blue Spa and Lounge with panoramic city views, a private cinema and to top it all off, Palais Montgelas, the adjoining early 19th-century palace.”
“Many of the city’s grand hotels go back 100 years or more. For newer luxury, check into the Charles Hotel, part of the Rocco Forte chain, which opened in 2007 in an eight-story limestone building close to the Kunstareal. The spa has a following among certain ladies who lunch.”
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“Flushing Meadows nails the essentials: location, style and service, with great beds and better cocktails, reasonably priced. Opened in July 2014, the 16-room hotel occupies the top two floors of a four-story former post office in the central neighborhood of Glockenbach.”
“Cocoon is a cozy, contemporary profile in lodging efficiency: space and amenities are maximized in equal measure, with room appointments like the bathroom, shower and a specially designed workspace neatly sectionalized in roughly half the typical room dimensions.”
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Famous worldwide for its October Fest, Munich is the capital of Bavaria. The city of Munich is enveloped in the 16th-century charm.
This is an upscale and affluent locality. The Arabella Park is a major attraction of Bogenhausen. There are several places to see in this area, like the Villa Stuck Museum, Angel of Peace Monument, etc. With a peaceful neighbourhood, the streets of Bogenhausen are lined up with dainty cafes, small eateries and elegant places to spend quality time.
The area of Altstadt has the face of an old town. Munich’s top attractions can be found in Altstadt. Shopping outlets, breweries and boutiques adorn the cobbled streets of this locality. Several landmark places can be spotted at Altstadt, like Kaufingerstrasse market, New City Hall, etc. The local market of Altstadt is absolutely charming.
Glockenbach is a complete neighbourhood in itself. It is near the central part of Munich and yet is close to the river. The popular Hans-Sachs-StraBe Street is the heart of Glockenbach. It is a pretty liberal locality. There are bars and cafes, and quiet places to seek solace, as well.
This is the locality of café joints. There are a plethora of places to enjoy coffee while one is at Neuhausen, like Kaffe, Barista and Espresso. Local music bands are a major attraction of Neuhausen. One can also spend time meditating, as there are several Buddhist centres in the region.
It is one of the most desirable residential areas of Munich. Schwabing was earlier known as the Bohemian quarter of Munich. It is a lively and artistic locality.
Also check out our guide about the best areas to stay in Munich.
If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Munich, then book Motel One City West. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews.
If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Munich, then go for Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it.
If you're looking for a great hostel in Munich, then you should check out Wombat's City Hostel. The hostel has magnificent reviews by backpackers, it has been recommended by well-known travel experts and it's in a good location.
Looking for a great view while having a drink? Try The Flushing Meadows Hotel, it has an excellent rooftop bar with views of Munich.
For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $120 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $160 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star Munich hotel then you can expect to pay around $330 per night.
Try Marc Hotel if you're looking for a delicious breakfast at a hotel in Munich. It has excellent customer review ratings for breakfast.
If you're looking for a room with a view, then try Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel. It offers amazing views of Munich according to recent customer reviews.
Munich: City Tour & FC Bayern Munich Soccer Arena Tour. Take part in a unique tour of Munich and see the main sights of the city and the home of FC Bayern Munich. Visit the iconic locations and dive deep into the history of the championship record-holders. Price: $35.
Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace Day Tour from Munich. Witness the fairy tale castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, created by Germany’s 19th-century King Ludwig II, on a day trip from Munich. Price: $70.
Munich by Bike: Half-Day Tour with Local Guide. See the best of Munich – open parks, elegant plazas, the Isar River, beer gardens and twisting medieval streets – all from the seat of a bicycle on this relaxed, friendly half-day tour of the Bavarian capital. Price: $35.
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Munich is the capital of the German State of Bavaria and also ranks as the most populated city in the state. The city is also the third-largest in the whole of Germany while it is ranked twelfth in the entire European Union. The city is a major center of businesses, tourism, innovation, culture, technology, art and finance and its residents enjoy a high standard and quality of living.
Munich was the first city in Germany to reach a very high standard and quality living showcasing the city’s status as a trendsetter in Germany, while the fact that it was the third city in the world to reach this mark shows Munich is a global city.
Munich is home to several universities, museums, and theatres making it attractive to different people all over the world. The city has numerous architectural attractions, sports events, exhibitions, and its annual Oktoberfest attracts worldwide visitors making it a major tourist attraction.
Munich is a top-ranked destination for migration and hospitality, and it is referred to as one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. The city has a diverse population showing the hospitality of the city to people of different ethnic backgrounds.
We recommend that you read our guide about where to stay in Munich. It gives you an excellent overview of the most popular areas, highlighting the main attractions and hotel recommendations for each area. If you like our list of hostels, B&Bs and hotels in Munich, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in Frankfurt or the best hotels in Hamburg.