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Where to stay in Munich

Where to stay in Munich

Deciding where to stay in Munich can help you ensure you see all the sites the city has to offer. Whether you want to tour amazing palaces, take in museums and cultural experiences or find some of the best restaurants in the city, there’s no shortage of things to do. The public transport system here means finding either affordable hotels or luxury places to stay in Munich is easy – you’ll never be a long journey from any of the attractions you’d like to visit.

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  • Munich Central Station

    Hauptbahnhof, or Munich Central Station, is the spot to book if you want affordable and convenient accommodation. While you might recognise some of the international budget hotel chains here, there are also a couple of independent hotels that offer fantastic value for money. A stay in this spot puts many attractions within convenient walking distance.

  • Schwabing and Maxvorstadt

    If you're looking for luxury, Schwabing and Maxvorstadt will be your best bet. International hotel chains, such as the Marriott and Mercure, can both be found in Schwabing, while 5-star Munich hotels in Maxvorstadt ensure you'll have a very comfortable stay.

  • Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt

    One of the most popular regions to stay in Munich is Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt, with plenty of choice in accommodation. Enjoy some of the cultural experiences of Isarvorstadt, including Gartnerplatz theatre or the Marionette theatre. If you plan to stay here during December, the Christmas market draws many tourists – so book early!

  • Altstadt-Lehel

    Along with Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt, Altstadt-Lehel is a popular spot for Munich accommodation. Here you'll find a range of apartment-style accommodation to suit all budgets, as well as luxury, 4-star and 3-star hotels. Public transport is readily available in the area, ensuring easy access to many attractions within Munich. Whether you want a touch of luxury or a cheap and cheerful place to stay, Altstadt-Lehel is a great base.

  • Laim and Sendling

    While mostly residential areas, both Laim and Sendling offer some comfortable accommodation if you wish to get away from the tourist areas. Close to reliable public transport, staying in either of these districts is affordable; plus you'll be within a short distance to Marienplatz markets, Nymphenburg Palace and Englischer Garten.\

Frequently asked questions

When packing for a trip to Munich, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some euro and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a walking shoes, hat, sunglasses and a good pair of jeans. No, seriously, jeans are the ultimate European travel accessory, effortlessly taking you from strolls along cobblestoned streets to nights screaming ‘Prost!’ as you down yet another stein.


Home to Oktoberfest and the world’s oldest beer hall, Bavaria’s capital of Munich offers travellers a bounty of beautiful accommodation options. Some of the most popular locations include the Altstadt-Lehel, Marienplatz, Residenz and Kunstareal.


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Germany’s peak season runs throughout summer from July to September, when travellers can enjoy warm weather, long days and snow-free alpine trails. If you’re keen to avoid the crowds , consider heading over between March and June. Alternatively, if winter is calling, head to Munich between December and February.


Beyond filling up on schnitzel and beer, Munich is home to 80 museums, Baroque architecture, royal palaces and plenty of shopping hotspots. Munich also serves as a fantastic base for your trips into southern Germany’s Alpine peaks.


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