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Celebrating Oktoberfest this year? Check out the best hotels in Munich with Skyscanner.

Munich is the third biggest city in Germany, but it still has that fairytale charm present in the more Gothic buildings around the city. The capital of Bavaria enchants several thousands visitors every year with their Christmas markets, but it’s a brilliant city to visit outside of those months too. The annual Oktoberfest festival is always celebrated with plenty of Bavarian beer, bratwursts and parties in the city, and the summer lights up the green parks in Munich. They have a lively cultural scene year round, as well as wonderful architecture to be observed.

City Centre

This is also known as the Altstadt, which translates to “Old Town” in German. You can still find many old walls leftover from the medieval period, as well as the New City Hall and the world famous Munich Glockenspiel. There are many budget options on the east side of the river if you want to stay near this area, but don’t fancy splashing out on a central location.

Maxvorstadt & Schwabing & English Garden

Maxvorstadt’s 19th century maze starts at Odeonsplatz Square, and it leads into the Kunstareal Museum Quarter. There are lots of options to choose from in Maxvorstadt, from chain hotels to budget boutique B&Bs. Further north, Schwabing presents another budget friendly option, but it’s not within walking distance of the central attractions. Instead, you’re closeby to the office towers and the English Gardens on the river – perfect if you’re just visiting for business and fancy staying in a picturesque place.

Olympic Area

This might not be one of the most picturesque areas of Munich, but it’s where the 1972 Olympic Games took place as well as being BMW’s headquarters. There are a few hotels here, but it’s not as traveller friendly as the other areas in Munich.

Neuhausen & Nymphenburg

Want to chill out in a beer garden, grab some pizza and just enjoy Munich’s relaxed side? Stay in a hotel or apartment in Neuhausen, home to plenty of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs (brilliant if you’re travelling with your mates!). You’re also close by to Schloss Nymphenburg, which makes a lovely picnic spot in the summer.


Here for Oktoberfest? You need to stay in Lugwigvorstadt, so you don’t have to walk miles to your hotel. There are heaps of options for accommodation here suiting all budgets, as you’re also close to the main station in Munich.


There’s one thing this areas very well known for; and it’s clubbing. The hostels and cheap hotels are brilliant options for sociable travellers – maybe not so perfect for families though.