Feb 28, 2020 - Feb 29, 2020

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Munich is best known for its beautiful architecture, world-class museums, and fine culture. Many people visit to attend the Oktoberfest celebrations. Munich is a major center for business, medicine, and research, with two research universities calling the city home. Several multinational companies are also headquartered here. You can find the cheapest hotels in Munich by using the hotel search feature from Skyscanner.

5-Star Hotels in Munich

As a business and cultural center, Munich has hotels and accommodation to suit business and leisure travellers. The Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is a 5-star hotel situated meters from the central railway station. There are two restaurants offering international cuisine, as well as a swimming pool, sauna, and massage services. The 5-star Mandarin Oriental Munich has 24-hour room service, an outdoor swimming pool, and parking if you need a place to keep your rental car. There are weekly yoga classes on the rooftop terrace which provides all-around views. The hotel day spa offers body treatments and massages.

4-Star Hotels in Munich

The Weichandof is a 4-star family run hotel with an onsite restaurant serving international cuisine as well as local Bavarian favourites. Staff will arrange tours or tickets to events like Oktoberfest, and the hotel has a large beer garden which is also available for special functions. Villa Walderplatch is conveniently located within easy reach of major tourist attractions and offers room service and modern amenities. The hotel is pet-friendly and has a garden. Angelo Munich Leuchtenbergring is a luxurious hotel with a jazz bar serving light snacks and beverages. The hotel is located near the S-Bahn train station, providing easy access to all the major tourist destinations.

Top-Rated Hotels in Munich

Excellent Munich hotels can be found in all the star classes, so you can find a hotel that suits your style and budget. Rocco Forte the Charles is a top-rated 5-star hotel situated near the old town and the shopping area. It has a spa with a long swimming pool, steam room, and sauna. Most rooms have views of the old botanical gardens. The restaurant has a varied menu and the bar serves drinks and cocktails. The 4-star Marc Munich is a top-rated modern hotel with rain showers and a breakfast buffet. The hotel also offers drinks, snacks, and restaurant recommendations. The 3-star Bavaria Boutique Hotel is a high-rated hotel located very near Oktoberfest, close to public transit, but far enough away from the action to be quiet. The hotel offers a breakfast buffet and a relaxing bar in the evenings.

Average Hotel Prices in Munich

Hostels, pensions, hostels, and 1 or 2-star hotels in Munich can be found for under $100 to $200. 5-star hotels can run between $200-$300 a night, and an average 3 or 4-star hotel can be found for around $150 a night depending on rating and location. No matter what sort of accommodation you are looking for, you can find it here. Search for the best rates on hotels in Munich with Skyscanner and explore the culture and art of this busy city.

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What are travelers saying about Munich?

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Chandra Anderson
Chandra Anderson

Very family friendly and lovely in many ways! Christmas festival and castle grounds are impressive!

Ryan Pearson
Ryan Pearson

The best thing was the balance between an immense amount of history and culture.

Betty Little
Betty Little

We walked everywhere. It was Fun because we would stop and find a place to have coffee in the lovely out door market


I’m from San Diego, California and I absolutely LOVE Munich. It’s by far my fav city in Germany. The people are super nice and friendly :) Maxvorstadt is the trendy hip area to go out for dinner and drinks, which is right next to LMU. Definitely try käsespätzle, it’s basically Mac n cheese but 10x better. The Englischer Garten is also very nice especially during the summer to tan and have a BBQ with friends. Using the U-Bahn is SO easy to use to get around or you can take a bike :) and of course Oktoberfest was amazing, I’m not a beer person at all but their beer is so easy and yummy to drink. However, if you rent a car or take a bike tour, there are soo many beautiful lakes to go swimming, hikes, or to get something to eat at a typical Bavarian restaurant. Not even exaggerating but the Walchensee lake has turquoise water. There’s also a lift that takes you up a mountain for a scenic view with very easy hiking trails (ppl bring small dogs), there’s also a little restaurant at the top with live Bavarian music :) Honestly Munich is the best, you should definitely visit :)


The least expensive month is August, with an average of C$ 150 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Munich is September, with an average price of C$ 266 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was C$ 167 per night. This is 9% less than the average nightly price of C$ 183 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Munich, the expected average temperature in February is 1.2°C/34.2°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 23.8°C/74.8°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -3.8°C/25.2°F.
The nearest airport to Munich is Munich (MUC) (28.22km). Other nearby airports include: Augsburg (57.54km)

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