Hotels - Finding a lodging place in Munich
isn’t a problem. There are tons of different
types of hotels to choose from that will fit everyone’s
budgets. The only question you need to ask yourself
is how much are willing to spend a night and how close
to the action do you wish to be.
Luxurious hotels often provide comfy beds, internet service so you can chill out, play partypoker and surf the web, as well as supplying a mini bar and a TV. However, for those on a budget, motels or lower star hotels might be more suitable. They provide everything you need, without the luxurious extras. Besides, the majority of the day you will be exploring the city and sight seeing.
The majority of all Munich Hotels
have staff that speak English. The front desk can
offer exceptional help when it comes to deciding what
to visit in Munich. They may be aware of small off
the beaten path place to enjoy dinner or they may
be able to offer you a discount to a show. It is always
a good idea to ask for their suggestions. A number
of hotels offer free internet access and currency
exchange. The rates for these hotels may change depending
on the season and the number of guest you may be traveling
with. Once again it is always a wise decision to check
around for the best rates.
Ludwig Hotel is located 12 Arnulfstrasse
(street) and is directly across the central train
station. Your location allows you to be within walking
distance of beer gardens, main shopping areas and
the Oktoberfest. The walk there will take about fifteen
minutes. This three star hotel will cost you around
30 Euro per night.
Hotel Einhorn is an art deco style
hotel located in the middle of the downtown action
on 10 Paul-Heyse Strasse (street). This three star
hotel offers modern amenities, soundproof rooms and
underground parking. That will cost you around 18
Euros a night. Children under four stay for free and
pets are welcomed here. You are just minutes away
from major shopping, great meals and the train station.
The average rate per night is 103 Euros.
Holiday Inn Munich City Center is
located on 3 Hoch Strasse (street). They offer non
smoking rooms and most rooms have a marvelous city
view. You across from the Kulturezentrum Culture Center,
and close enough to downtown events, and the nightlife.
Pets are welcomed here also. The rate here is around
63 Euros per night.
EaziRes Seibel’s Park Hotel
may be perfect for you if you are wishing to escape
the city feeling. This hotel was built in a residential
area in 1998. 32 Maria-Eich Strasse is located right
near a park. There is public transportation available
if you wish to go into a busier section of the city.
You are only a fifteen minute ride from the Oktoberfest.
There is a fitness center, room service and children
along with pets stay for free. They accept all major
The 3½ star Golden Leaf Altmuenchen
Hotel is located on 4 Mariahilfplatz. An
evening here will cost around 155 Euros. You are only
minutes from the Marienplatz. There are U and S train
connections available here. Each morning there is
a breakfast buffet for an extra charge. They also
offer underground parking, dry cleaning and pets are
Booking a Hotel in Munich isn’t
stressful these days. With the internet and travel
agents you can check out the hotels before even setting
foot in the country. Many different online booking
services offer exceptional deals and planning ahead
is the first step to getting a great rate. Remember
taxes usually aren’t added to the prices you
see and check around before making a final decision.