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Hotels in Munich, Germany

The Bavarian city of Munich sits on the banks of the River Isar while the Bavarian Alps are just to the south. Only Berlin and Hamburg are home to more people out of the major municipalities in Germany. The city's name, which means by the monks, comes from the site of the city originally being home to a monastery for monks of the Benedictine order.

Tourism in Munich, Germany

With almost a million and a half people, Munich is the 12th largest city in the European Union and has a very high standard of living, being ranked as high as #4 worldwide. Visitors and residents alike benefit from the city being a hub for art, technology, finance, business, and education.

Hotels in Munich, Germany

Hotels in downtown Munich, Germany give visitors access to a wonderful variety of attractions and activities including the Nymphenburg Palace, Munich Hofgarten, and games at Allianz Arena. Except for January and February, the city enjoys a temperate climate almost all year round allowing visitors to enjoy all sorts of activities no matter the time of year.

Where Can I Book a Hotel in Munich, Germany?

When you want to visit the beautiful Bavarian city of Munich, Skyscanner is here to help you select the best spot for you to stay during your visit. Check out prices, amenities, star ratings, and specific hotel brands all in an easy to sort format.

Are there Unique Boutique Hotels in Munich, Germany?

There are some really great hotels outside of the major brands in Munich, Germany for you to choose from when you travel to this beautiful part of the European continent. If you love boutique hotels and want to stay at a property on your business or family trip to this breathtaking, riverside city, there are many to choose from with a wide variety of amenities. Take a look at these boutique hotels in the city of Munich:

  • Eurostars Grand Central
  • Hotel Torbraeu
  • Design Hotel Stadt Rosenheim
  • Hotel Splendid-Dollman

Can I find 5 Star Hotels in Munich, Germany?

Absolutely; Munich is a major cultural, financial, and tourism hub and there are some amazing luxury hotel properties available in many areas of the city and when choosing to travel to Munich you will have a good selection of hotels downtown, along the river, and in many other sought-after areas of the city. Here are some wonderful hotels at the top of the star rating chart in Munich:

  • Hotel Muenchen Palace
  • Hotel Koenigshof
  • Bayerischer Hof Hotel
  • Hilton Munich Park

Can I find Hotels for Families in Munich, Germany?

Munich is a city filled with history, great architectural, culture, sports, and many other activities for everyone in your family to take in during your visit. There are hotels with plenty for kids to do, hotels that come with one or more meals included to help you keep your visit carefree, and available items and features like cribs and adjoining rooms. Here are some great examples of family hotels in Munich, Germany:

  • Eden Hotel Wolff
  • Hotel Europa
  • Hotel Metropol
  • Hotel Prinzregent

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What are travelers saying about Munich?

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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 :)

Jose  Mora
Jose Mora

the must amazing citys. I recomend stop there of you travel in Germany the sculpture and the history get you to feel another world.


The least expensive month is December, with an average of $ 111 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Munich is September, with an average price of $ 201 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was $ 121 per night. This is 11% less than the average nightly price of $ 135 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Munich, the expected average temperature in October is 9.3°C/48.7°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) (17.53 miles). Other nearby airports include: Augsburg (35.76 miles)

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