Hostel - If you are looking for decent place
for a low rate, checking into a hostel may be for
you. These are popular among students, hikers and
tourists who are looking to save some money on accommodations.
Munich has a large range of different hostels to choose
from. The majority of hostels no longer have curfews
or age restrictions. They know that people come to
Munich to party and don’t need to stress about
getting back to the hostel before a lock out time.
Hostels offer linens, storage for your goods, internet
access and many offer meals that may be included in
your evening rate.
The Haus Internation Hostel is situated
on 87 D Elisabeth Street. This was building was completed
in 1972 and is located in the Olympic Park. They have
a 24 hour staff that is multilingual and ready to
help you. They have single and double bedrooms and
your stay does include breakfast the next morning.
The single room rate is 40 Euros.
Euro Youth Hostel is a couple minutes
walk from the Hofbrauhaus and Marienplatz on 5 Senefelder
Street. You must pay cash when you arrive because
they don’t take credit cards. They do offer
an all you can eat breakfast buffet each morning.
A single costs 53 Euros.
Wombats City Hostel Munich is located
on 1 Senefelder Street. After checking you they offer
you a welcome drink. All the rooms have bunks, showers
and toilets. Within 10 minutes you can walk down to
Oktoberfest. A twin room will cost you about 42 Euros.
The 4 You Munchen Hostel on 18 Hirten
Street is right next to the central train station.
There is a charge for breakfast but a night will cost
you only around 25 Euros. If you decide to stay for
two nights then breakfast is included. You may want
to considering booking ahead of time here. Their winter
rates are only 17 Euros and evening and this lasts
from November to December 28th.
Meininger City Hostel Munich on
20 Landsberger Street cost 65 Euros a night. Included
in this price is an all you can eat breakfast buffet.
They opened in the Spring of 2004. The parent company
runs hostels also in Berlin. If you stay here you
will only be five minutes from the Oktoberfest festival
and within a few more minutes to the downtown sections.
They do have airport pick up for their guests.
Munich Hostels tend to be booked
up quickly. They offer you enough for a good rate.
The budget conscious travelers book early and look
for promotions. Munich has many more hostels located
throughout the city. Some don’t except reservations
and others do. If you are cycling or hiking through
Germany and don’t know exactly what day you
will be arriving, a hostel is a logical choice in
lodging. Check out www.youth-hostels.com