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Munich was founded in the year 1158, and was ordained with official city status in 1175. In 1180, Otto I of Wittelsbach became the Duke of Bavaria, beginning a dynasty that would last until 1918. In 1314, Duke Louis IV became the German king, and eventually the Holy Roman Emperor in 1328. Louis IV assured Munich’s role as an economic powerhouse by beginning the salt trade there.

Beginning in 1468, Munich’s largest gothic church, the Frauenkirche, was constructed. The 1500s saw the unity of Bavaria, and Munich became the capital city. In the 16th century, Munich became the centre of the German renaissance arts, but an outbreak of the Bubonic Plague killed around a third of the population in the 17th century.

During the First World War, Munich residents experienced difficult times, being bombarded by French planes, and suffering from a devastating food and fuel blockade. After the war, the political instability led to the rise of communism under Lenin and then the eventual ring-wing backlash by Adolf Hitler. Munich became the centre for the growth of the Nazi Party, and was eventually known as the Capital of the National Socialist movement.

Following the Second World War, American forces occupied the city as it was rebuilt after the devastation of the war. In 1972, Munich hosted the Summer Olympics when Palestinian terrorists assassinated Israeli athletes. Today, Munich residents enjoy a high quality of life and a stable economy driven by the prosperous information technology, and biotechnology sectors.

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Vi Vadi Hotel

3 stars
3.6 / 5 14 reviews
First and foremost we want you to enjoy a good night's sleep. That is why all our rooms are furnished with top-quality beds and fine linen. Large desks and complimentary internet contribute to a stress-free working atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with: Quality bed and linen Private bathroom with shower Two-ply-terry towels Organic body and hair care products Hairdryer Kitchenette with refrigerator, stove and microwave Roomservice menu Minibar 32'' Flatscreen-TV Telephone Radio alarm clock Safe On weekdays our front desk is open 24 hours. On weekends and holidays it is staffed from 7.00 in the morning until 11.30 in the evening. Should you ever find yourself in front of a closed entrance door, our night porter is at your immediate disposal upon the ring of the doorbell. Luggage and valuables can be safely stored in the reception during it's opening hours. Enjoy the nice breakfast for Eur 10,00 per person and day- bookable directly by checkin.
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Citadines Arnulfpark Munich

4 stars
4.4 / 5 17 reviews
Convenient apartment hotel, close to Munich’s city center The Citadines Arnulfpark Munich serviced residence is in the new quarter of Arnulfpark, in west Munich, 15 minutes from the city center. The hotel offers 146 apartments over six floors, each with a bathroom, kitchen, television, and telephone. Towels and linens are provided. Highlights Convenient locationMany tourist attractions nearbyFree high-speed Internet accessFitness center Rooms Citadines Arnulfpark Munich houses 96 one- and two-person studio apartments, 46 standard one- to four-person apartments, and four large one- to six-person apartments. All accommodations come with a queen bed and sofa bed, bathroom with hairdryer, television with cable channels, telephone with IDD facility, and a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher. Towels and linens are provided, with weekly cleaning and a linen change free once a week. Additional house cleaning is available on request and charged accordingly. Features Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is located at the foot of the Alps, the largest mountain range in Europe. Visitors enjoy numerous cultural and sporting events, such as the Oktoberfest in late September and strolls through the Englischer Garten (English garden).   Citadines Arnulfpark Munich features free baby amenities, wireless Internet access, and a safe at reception. Babysitting services, take-out snacks and beverages, dry cleaning services, and breakfast are also available. Transportation München Hauptbahnhof train station (1.7 mi/2.7 km)Munich Airport (27.2 mi/39 km) Nearby attractions Frauenkirche (1.7 mi/2.8 km)Theresienwiese, Oktoberfest field (1.7 mi/2.8 km)Nymphenburg Castle (2.2 mi/3.5 km)Botanic Gardens (2.2 mi/3.5 km)Konigsplatz (2.3 mi/3.7 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (2.9 mi/4.7 km)Englischer Garten (3.8 mi/6.1 km) Business Meeting roomsBusiness centerFree Wi-Fi
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Eurostars Grand Central

4 stars
4.4 / 5 17 reviews
Modern luxury hotel in the heart of the Bavarian capital The ultra-modern Eurostars Grand Hotel is in central Munich, the capital of Bavaria. The recently opened hotel combines excellent comfort and exquisite design, with details such as wood flooring and extra-large beds. The hotel has 257 rooms, eight suites, 10 apartments, excellent meeting facilities, an on-site restaurant, and Turkish baths.  Highlights Free wireless Internet accessFitness center and poolRestaurantElegant décor Rooms The Eurostars Grand Central Hotel provides 229 rooms, eight suites, and 10 apartments suited to lengthy stays. Hotel design focuses on innovation and comfort. Features include wood flooring, extra-large beds, and ultra-modern, large bathrooms with separate toilets. All rooms have air conditioning, radio, mini-bar, safe, hair dryer, private bathroom, news channels, pay-per-view movies, desk, plasma television, and free wireless Internet.  Features Guests find one of the great pleasures of the Eurostars Grand Central in its kitchen. The Spanish chef, accompanied by an international team, prepares a splendid mixture of Mediterranean cuisine and international dishes. The Eurostars Grand Central restaurant also offers a select assortment of top Spanish wines and German beers. Fans of a hearty breakfast will find few better places in Munich than the Eurostars Grand Central Hotel. The breakfast buffet offers an extensive variety of breads, cereals, sausages, cured meats, and cheeses.   The hotel also features an on-site fitness center, swimming pool, and sauna. Transportation München Hauptbahnhof train station (0.6 mi/0.9 km)Munich Airport (24.4 mi/39.3 km) Nearby attractions Konigsplatz (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Theresienwiese, Oktoberfest venue (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Frauenkirche (1.4 mi/2.3 km)Nymphenburg Castle (2.5 mi/4 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (3.1 mi/5 km)Englischer Garten (3.5 mi/5.7 km)Botanic Gardens (3.6 mi/5.8 km) Business Eight tranquil, modern meeting rooms accommodate up to 280Audiovisual equipmentFree Wi-FiDisabled access
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KINGs HOTEL First Class

4 stars
4.2 / 5 28 reviews
Charming luxury hotel near Munich’s central train station The charming King's Hotel First Class greets visitors with warm wood paneling, modern luxury furnishings, and a stylish interior. The comforting atmosphere of this business hotel extends from the elegant lobby into the lovingly fitted rooms and suites. Guests snuggle into four-poster beds and enjoy the rustic wine tavern and inviting hotel bar. Amenities include a business center, conference facilities, high-speed and wireless Internet, and room service. Dogs are allowed. Smoking rooms are available. HighlightsInternet accessBreakfast Bar with snacksNon-smoking rooms availableMultilingual staff Rooms The King's Hotel First Class has 80 rooms, six suites, and eight apartments for extended stays. All are air-conditioned and feature a four-poster bed, bathroom with shower or tub, towel heater, toiletries, hair dryer, individual air conditioning, safe, mini-bar, desk, telephone, wireless Internet, and satellite and pay television. Bathrobes and slippers are provided on request. Allergy-friendly rooms and baby cribs are available. Smoking and non-smoking rooms are on separate floors. Cars remain safe in a guarded garage. Features The remarkable wood-paneled breakfast room is one example of the classic luxury at the King's Hotel First Class. Friendly, attentive, and skilled bartenders will mix a refreshing cocktail or draw you one of five different keg beers at the elegant hotel bar. Guests round off the day with a glass of good wine and a snack near the fireplace at the wine tavern. Room service is available 18 hours a day. The area has a wealth of cafés and restaurants.   The Relaxanum at King's Hotel First Class is a Finnish-style sauna and resting room. The exclusive seventh-floor conference center offers panoramic views and two seminar rooms that accommodate up to 45. TransportationCentral train station (0.3 mi/0.5 km)Franz Josef Strauss International Airport (25.1 mi/40.16 km) Nearby attractionsBotanic Gardens (0.3 mi/0.5 km)Konigsplatz (0.6 mi/1.0 km)Theresienwiese, Oktoberfest venue (1.1 mi/1.8 km)Englischer Garten (2.6 mi/4.2 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (2.9 mi/4.6 km)Nymphenburg Castle (3.0 mi/4.8 km) BusinessConference and meeting facilities accommodate up to 45Fax, copying, and InternetMesse Munchen exhibition center (9.0 mi/14.4 km)
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Winters Hotel Muenchen am Hauptbahnhof

3 stars
3.0 / 5 1 reviews
The Winters Hotel Muenchen am Hauptbahnhof is located in the heart of the city and right at the main railway station. This 3-star hotel provides excellent tram, train and tourist bus connections. It offers free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and a breakfast buffet every morning. Quiet rooms at the Winters Hotel Muenchen am Hauptbahnhof feature a simple, comfortable design. All have a cable TV and private bathroom with shower. As well as enjoying a freshly prepared buffet for breakfast each morning, visitors can enjoy a selection of meals in the bright restaurant, featuring ceiling-high windows. Winters Hotel is just a 3-minute walk from Munichs main pedestrian and shopping district. The Theresienwiesen Oktoberfest grounds can be reached on foot in 10 minutes. The reception organise packed lunches for day trips and help guests during their stay in Munich.
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CORTIINA Hotel

4 stars
4.3 / 5 6 reviews
This elegant hotel in central Munich offers rooms with specially designed furniture and flat-screen TVs and a stylish cocktail bar. The famous Marienplatz square is a 5-minute walk away. The rooms and suites of the Cortiina Hotel feature free Sky TV channels, DVD players, and 2 telephone lines with mailbox function. Wi-Fi via hotspot is available here. Continental breakfasts and big breakfast buffets are on offer at the Cortiina. A wide range of cocktails, wines, and snacks are served at the Cortiina Bar. Attractions near the Cortiina Hotel include the Viktualienmarkt market. This is only a 5-minute walk away. Hotel Rooms: 75
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Derag Livinghotel Prinzessin Elisabeth

4 stars
4.0 / 5 6 reviews
Modern Munich hotel with on-site dining, well-appointed fitness centerThe Hotel Prinzessin Elisabeth sits in the old town Glockenbachviertel area and its innovative accommodations include kitchens or kitchenettes, catering to both long- and short-term stays. Chef Shane blends Asian influences with classic European cooking in the bustling restaurant. Take public transit to Munich highlights or reach them with a good trek on foot. Grab a workout at any hour or fall under the spell of relaxing aromatherapy in the steam room and sauna. The first hour of daily Wi-Fi is free at the Hotel Prinzessin Elisabeth.   Highlights24/7 fitness center and a wellness area with steam room and Finnish saunaApartment-style accommodations with kitchensOne free hour of Wi-Fi per dayOn-site dining and outdoor patioComplimentary mini-bar   RoomsThe Hotel Prinzessin Elisabeth is located on a quiet, residential side street close to the Isar River. The hotel provides 141 accommodations with smart, built-in design elements. Lodging in four categories spans an economy hotel room with a handy compact kitchenette on up to an executive apartment with a sleeping loft and a panoramic window. All rooms feature comfortable seating areas, hypo-allergenic bedding, air conditioning, hairdryer, satellite TV, Wi-Fi and telephone with voice mail. Order room service during dinner hours at the Hotel Prinzessin Elisabeth or dip into the complimentary mini-bar stocked with water and beer. FeaturesIn-room kitchenettes and a supermarket next to the Hotel Prinzessin Elisabeth make it easy to prepare meals. Shane's Restaurant opens onto an outdoor patio. Opt for a traditional breakfast (fees apply) or walk to a fine selection of neighborhood restaurants. For exercise and fresh air, go for a jog along the Isar River, which runs past the hotel a block away. Amenities at the Hotel Prinzessin Elisabeth include underground parking (fees apply),  bar and laundry facilities. TransportationMunich Airport (24.1 mi/38.8 km)A short walk to public transportation into Munich   AttractionsGerman Museum (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Marienplatz central square (1.5 mi/2.4 km)Rathaus-Glockenspiel (1.5 mi/2.5 km)Hofbräuhaus beer hall (1.7 mi/2.7 km)Frauenkirche, Church of Our Lady (2.2 mi/3.6 km)Munich Residence (2.3 mi/3.7 km)Olympic Stadium (4.9 mi/8 km)The English Garden (5.5 mi/8.8 km)Munich Botanical Gardens (5.8 mi/9.4 km)                 BusinessOne free hour of Wi-Fi per dayThree contemporary conference rooms accommodate up to 40 people Policies and feesParking is available at € 19,00 per day.Children under the age of 12 years stay free in the parents' room. Children between 12 and 16 years have to pay EUR 15,00 per day, per bed. Everyone over 16 years have to pay EUR 25,00 per day, per bed. The rates are exclusive of breakfast.
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GHOTEL hotel and living Muenchen-Zentrum

3 stars
3.9 / 5 9 reviews
All hotel rooms are tastefully furnished. They have a shower/bathroom, hairdryer, safe, cable TV, direct dial telephone and, at your request, access to the internet via free WLAN, analogue dial-in or ISDN. The Sky station can be viewed free of charge. On request the hotel also provides room with additional kitchenette. These apartments with an additional kitchenette are excellently suited for longer stays and self-catering. A suite consisting of two rooms with a separate living and sleeping area is available in the hotel for more demanding guests.
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Golden Leaf Parkhotel im Lehel

3 stars
3.6 / 5 14 reviews
Quiet hotel in quiet location with great service GoldenLeaf Parkhotel im Lehel is part of the Quality Inn chain of 3-star hotels. This hotel is in a quiet part of Munich, just a three-minute walk from the famous Englischer Garten and blocks from the Lehel U-Bahn (Metro) station. Marienplatz, Munich's central square, is a 15-minute walk from the hotel or a short tram ride away. The Messe Munchen exhibition grounds are 15 minutes by car, making the hotel convenient for business travelers. A breakfast buffet (charge applies) is available each morning in the GoldenLeaf's breakfast room. Highlights Wi-Fi Breakfast buffetQuiet locationNon-smoking rooms availableMultilingual staff Rooms The GoldenLeaf Parkhotel's 58 rooms are available in standard single, standard double, and comfort grades. All rooms are equipped with private bathroom with shower, hair ryer, mini-bar, satellite and pay television, telephone, and a work desk. Standard double rooms have a fax line. Air-conditioned comfort double rooms feature a terrace, parquet flooring, and a kitchenette with refrigerator and microwave. Rooms are decorated in warm colors. Features The hotel has a breakfast room. Some rooms feature kitchenettes. The Messe Munchen exhibition center is nearby. The city offers numerous cultural attractions, such as the Max Planck Institute, a range of museums, and the world-famous Oktoberfest Munich Beer Festival. Transportation Lehel Metro station (0.3 mi/0.5 km)Central train station (2.8 mi/4.5 km)Franz Josef Strauss International Airport (23.7 mi/37.92 km) Nearby attractions Englischer Garten Kunst Museum (0.2 mi/0.3 km)Max-Josef-Platz (0.7 mi/1.1 km)Englischer Garten (0.9 mi/1.4 km)Konigsplatz (1.4 mi/2.2 km)Botanic Gardens (1.4 mi/2.2 km)Nymphenburg Castle (5.0 mi/8.0 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (5.3 mi/8.5 km) Business Messe Munchen Munich Exhibition Center (2.6 mi/4.2 km) Policies and Fees Parking fee is 15 EUR and underground parking fee is 10 EUR.
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COCOON STACHUS

3 stars
3.0 / 5 4 reviews
Family-run hotel, close to city center amenities and attractions Hotel Maxim Stachus, the youngest member of Eckelmann Hotels offers guests a peaceful refuge and easy access to the best Munich has to offer, including Oktoberfest. This three-star hotel is situated in a peaceful side-street, only 1 minute away from the Central Station and 2 minutes from Marienplatz and the pedestrian precinct, in the very heart of Munich Old Town. The hotel offers rest and relaxation at very reasonable rates. HighlightsFree Wi-Fi Internet accessBreakfast restaurantQuiet side-street locationCity center Rooms The hotel's 64 rooms all have a safe and private bathroom/shower, premium cable television, mini-bar, trouser-press, writing desk, phone, free high-speed Internet access via W-LAN, and small balcony. In addition, three luxurious and exclusively furnished suites are available, for a more sophisticated or romantic stay, a special event, or an extended stay. FeaturesThe Hotel Eckelman is one of four hotels run by the Eckelman family in Munich. The recent renovation the owners undertook has delivered a pleasant 3-star hotel, offering good value in a city center location. Guests will be pleasantly surprised to find how quiet the location is, although it is right in the heart of Munich and a stone's throw from the central railway station. Marienplatz, the very center of the city, is a few minutes' walk or two stops on the S-bahn train. Theresienwiese, the Oktoberfest site, and all the sights and attractions of one of Europe's most interesting cities are easily accessible. TransportationCentral train station (0.25 mi/0.4 km)Franz Josef Strauss International Airport (23.9 mi/38.3 km) Nearby attractionsKonigsplatz (0.5 mi/0.85 km)Marienplatz (0.8 mi/1.3 km)Theresienwiese (Oktoberfest field) (1.1 mi/1.8 km)Englischer Garten (center) (3.8 mi/6.2 km)Nymphenburg Castle (3.4 mi/5.4 km)Olympic Park (BMW HQ) (3.5 mi/5.6 km) BusinessFree wireless Internet
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Vi Vadi Hotel

3 stars
3.6 / 5 14 reviews
First and foremost we want you to enjoy a good night's sleep. That is why all our rooms are furnished with top-quality beds and fine linen. Large desks and complimentary internet contribute to a stress-free working atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with: Quality bed and linen Private bathroom with shower Two-ply-terry towels Organic body and hair care products Hairdryer Kitchenette with refrigerator, stove and microwave Roomservice menu Minibar 32'' Flatscreen-TV Telephone Radio alarm clock Safe On weekdays our front desk is open 24 hours. On weekends and holidays it is staffed from 7.00 in the morning until 11.30 in the evening. Should you ever find yourself in front of a closed entrance door, our night porter is at your immediate disposal upon the ring of the doorbell. Luggage and valuables can be safely stored in the reception during it's opening hours. Enjoy the nice breakfast for Eur 10,00 per person and day- bookable directly by checkin.
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Citadines Arnulfpark Munich

4 stars
4.4 / 5 17 reviews
Convenient apartment hotel, close to Munich’s city center The Citadines Arnulfpark Munich serviced residence is in the new quarter of Arnulfpark, in west Munich, 15 minutes from the city center. The hotel offers 146 apartments over six floors, each with a bathroom, kitchen, television, and telephone. Towels and linens are provided. Highlights Convenient locationMany tourist attractions nearbyFree high-speed Internet accessFitness center Rooms Citadines Arnulfpark Munich houses 96 one- and two-person studio apartments, 46 standard one- to four-person apartments, and four large one- to six-person apartments. All accommodations come with a queen bed and sofa bed, bathroom with hairdryer, television with cable channels, telephone with IDD facility, and a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher. Towels and linens are provided, with weekly cleaning and a linen change free once a week. Additional house cleaning is available on request and charged accordingly. Features Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is located at the foot of the Alps, the largest mountain range in Europe. Visitors enjoy numerous cultural and sporting events, such as the Oktoberfest in late September and strolls through the Englischer Garten (English garden).   Citadines Arnulfpark Munich features free baby amenities, wireless Internet access, and a safe at reception. Babysitting services, take-out snacks and beverages, dry cleaning services, and breakfast are also available. Transportation München Hauptbahnhof train station (1.7 mi/2.7 km)Munich Airport (27.2 mi/39 km) Nearby attractions Frauenkirche (1.7 mi/2.8 km)Theresienwiese, Oktoberfest field (1.7 mi/2.8 km)Nymphenburg Castle (2.2 mi/3.5 km)Botanic Gardens (2.2 mi/3.5 km)Konigsplatz (2.3 mi/3.7 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (2.9 mi/4.7 km)Englischer Garten (3.8 mi/6.1 km) Business Meeting roomsBusiness centerFree Wi-Fi
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Eurostars Grand Central

4 stars
4.4 / 5 17 reviews
Modern luxury hotel in the heart of the Bavarian capital The ultra-modern Eurostars Grand Hotel is in central Munich, the capital of Bavaria. The recently opened hotel combines excellent comfort and exquisite design, with details such as wood flooring and extra-large beds. The hotel has 257 rooms, eight suites, 10 apartments, excellent meeting facilities, an on-site restaurant, and Turkish baths.  Highlights Free wireless Internet accessFitness center and poolRestaurantElegant décor Rooms The Eurostars Grand Central Hotel provides 229 rooms, eight suites, and 10 apartments suited to lengthy stays. Hotel design focuses on innovation and comfort. Features include wood flooring, extra-large beds, and ultra-modern, large bathrooms with separate toilets. All rooms have air conditioning, radio, mini-bar, safe, hair dryer, private bathroom, news channels, pay-per-view movies, desk, plasma television, and free wireless Internet.  Features Guests find one of the great pleasures of the Eurostars Grand Central in its kitchen. The Spanish chef, accompanied by an international team, prepares a splendid mixture of Mediterranean cuisine and international dishes. The Eurostars Grand Central restaurant also offers a select assortment of top Spanish wines and German beers. Fans of a hearty breakfast will find few better places in Munich than the Eurostars Grand Central Hotel. The breakfast buffet offers an extensive variety of breads, cereals, sausages, cured meats, and cheeses.   The hotel also features an on-site fitness center, swimming pool, and sauna. Transportation München Hauptbahnhof train station (0.6 mi/0.9 km)Munich Airport (24.4 mi/39.3 km) Nearby attractions Konigsplatz (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Theresienwiese, Oktoberfest venue (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Frauenkirche (1.4 mi/2.3 km)Nymphenburg Castle (2.5 mi/4 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (3.1 mi/5 km)Englischer Garten (3.5 mi/5.7 km)Botanic Gardens (3.6 mi/5.8 km) Business Eight tranquil, modern meeting rooms accommodate up to 280Audiovisual equipmentFree Wi-FiDisabled access
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KINGs HOTEL First Class

4 stars
4.2 / 5 28 reviews
Charming luxury hotel near Munich’s central train station The charming King's Hotel First Class greets visitors with warm wood paneling, modern luxury furnishings, and a stylish interior. The comforting atmosphere of this business hotel extends from the elegant lobby into the lovingly fitted rooms and suites. Guests snuggle into four-poster beds and enjoy the rustic wine tavern and inviting hotel bar. Amenities include a business center, conference facilities, high-speed and wireless Internet, and room service. Dogs are allowed. Smoking rooms are available. HighlightsInternet accessBreakfast Bar with snacksNon-smoking rooms availableMultilingual staff Rooms The King's Hotel First Class has 80 rooms, six suites, and eight apartments for extended stays. All are air-conditioned and feature a four-poster bed, bathroom with shower or tub, towel heater, toiletries, hair dryer, individual air conditioning, safe, mini-bar, desk, telephone, wireless Internet, and satellite and pay television. Bathrobes and slippers are provided on request. Allergy-friendly rooms and baby cribs are available. Smoking and non-smoking rooms are on separate floors. Cars remain safe in a guarded garage. Features The remarkable wood-paneled breakfast room is one example of the classic luxury at the King's Hotel First Class. Friendly, attentive, and skilled bartenders will mix a refreshing cocktail or draw you one of five different keg beers at the elegant hotel bar. Guests round off the day with a glass of good wine and a snack near the fireplace at the wine tavern. Room service is available 18 hours a day. The area has a wealth of cafés and restaurants.   The Relaxanum at King's Hotel First Class is a Finnish-style sauna and resting room. The exclusive seventh-floor conference center offers panoramic views and two seminar rooms that accommodate up to 45. TransportationCentral train station (0.3 mi/0.5 km)Franz Josef Strauss International Airport (25.1 mi/40.16 km) Nearby attractionsBotanic Gardens (0.3 mi/0.5 km)Konigsplatz (0.6 mi/1.0 km)Theresienwiese, Oktoberfest venue (1.1 mi/1.8 km)Englischer Garten (2.6 mi/4.2 km)Olympic Park, BMW headquarters (2.9 mi/4.6 km)Nymphenburg Castle (3.0 mi/4.8 km) BusinessConference and meeting facilities accommodate up to 45Fax, copying, and InternetMesse Munchen exhibition center (9.0 mi/14.4 km)
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Winters Hotel Muenchen am Hauptbahnhof

3 stars
3.0 / 5 1 reviews
The Winters Hotel Muenchen am Hauptbahnhof is located in the heart of the city and right at the main railway station. This 3-star hotel provides excellent tram, train and tourist bus connections. It offers free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and a breakfast buffet every morning. Quiet rooms at the Winters Hotel Muenchen am Hauptbahnhof feature a simple, comfortable design. All have a cable TV and private bathroom with shower. As well as enjoying a freshly prepared buffet for breakfast each morning, visitors can enjoy a selection of meals in the bright restaurant, featuring ceiling-high windows. Winters Hotel is just a 3-minute walk from Munichs main pedestrian and shopping district. The Theresienwiesen Oktoberfest grounds can be reached on foot in 10 minutes. The reception organise packed lunches for day trips and help guests during their stay in Munich.
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Flights to Munich

Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip fares
London Munich Tue, 29 Apr - Tue, 6 May £84
Manchester Munich Sat, 10 May - Sat, 17 May £119
Helsinki Munich Wed, 28 May - Wed, 4 Jun £189
Berlin Munich Mon, 12 May - Fri, 16 May £94
Athens Munich Wed, 7 May - Fri, 9 May £168
Paris Munich Sun, 8 Jun - Wed, 11 Jun £104
Amsterdam Munich Thu, 15 May - Thu, 22 May £112
Frankfurt Munich Sat, 7 Jun - Fri, 13 Jun £146
Geneva Munich Fri, 9 May - Tue, 13 May £168
Birmingham Munich Wed, 11 Jun - Wed, 18 Jun £113
Barcelona Munich Wed, 7 May - Sun, 11 May £112
Brussels Munich Sun, 27 Apr - Sat, 3 May £147
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Munich highlights

  • Enjoy a Beer at the Hofbrauhaus

    Munich originally imported beer until Duke Wihelm V decided it would be cost effective to build the city its own brewery in 1589. The Hofbrauhaus quickly grew to be very successful and, more than four hundred years later, this beer garden remains as one of Europe’s biggest tourist attractions.
    So come try one of its signature beers in a trademark mug. If you are not much of a drinker, Hofbrauhaus also serves excellent German pub food, and the unique atmosphere of a historic brew house makes it well worth the trip.

    Trip to the Zoo

    One of the oldest natural zoological parks in Europe and the world, the Tierpark Hellabrunn zoo contains more than 5,000 animals of more than 460 distinct species. The zoo is divided according the earth’s continental formation, creating 15 different sections.
    Adult admission to Tierpark Hellabrunn costs just €11, making a trip here a great activity for a whole-family daytrip. The zoo’s origins date back to a compound where elector Maximillian III held exotic animals. Today, visitors can see all kinds of animas, including lions, bears, exotic birds, monkeys, and obscure insects.

    Join the Football Excitement at Allianz Arena

    One of the world’s most modern football facilities, the Allianz Arena was created in May 2005 and financed by TSV 1860 Munchen and FC Bayern Munchen. The architectural marvel was designed by Herzog and de Meuron of Basel, and has a capacity of 69,900 seats.
    The stadium’s 2,874 foil panels form the 64,000 square metre roof, providing a shell-like membrane. The stadium’s most impressive feature is its lighting, which illuminates it with the colours of the two football clubs. The arena was inaugurated for the first match of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

    Pass the Day in the English Garden

    The largest green space within the city limits, the English Garden is located just north of the city, and has natural viewpoints of the city that attract thousands of visitors to the garden to pass the afternoon with picnics. The rivers that flow through the park also offer swimming recreation. The park’s beer gardens serve as rest stops for weary picnickers, providing visitors with well-deserved treats.

Top Munich attractions

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    Deutsches Museum

    Easily the largest museum of technology and natural sciences in the world, visitors would need an entire week if they wanted to visit each of the Deutsches Museum’s distinct exhibits. Spanning 13 acres, the expositions cover a wide variety of themes, including machines, equipment, models and reconstructions, and traditional mechanics and telecommunications. Hands-on exhibits allow guests to learn about the technologies through experimentation.

    The Frauenkirche Cathedral

    This church was built in the 16th century and gives visitors a glimpse of both Germany’s historical religious traditions and architectural trends. The church was badly damaged and then restored after the Second World War. Visitors can climb the two towers to take in some of the best views in the city. Daily tours of the church provide history buffs with all the information they could hope to know about the cathedral’s origins.

    Bayerisches National Museum

    Cultural history buffs should head to the Bayerisches National Museum, the city’s three-storey arts and history centre. The museum features sculptures, folk pieces, cloths, and all kinds of different scientific artefacts that reveal the city’s past. Visitors can spend a full day walking around the educational displays.

    Alter Hof

    Dating back to the Wittelsbach dynasty, this building is one of the biggest and most impressive architectural marvels within the city. Guests cannot tour the home of the powerful medieval family, but they can people watch from the beautiful courtyard.

    The Schleibheim Palaces

    One of the most popular Baroque complexes in the world, these three palaces are located just 13 kilometres from Munich’s centre in the town of Oberschleißheim. The palaces began as summer retreats for Bavarian rulers. Built in 1598, Schleissheim Palace sports marks of damage but provides an example of a Renaissance country estate.
    The Schloss Lustheim was constructed between 1684 and 1688, and contains an extensive collection of porcelain plates. Built between 1701 and 1704, the New Schleibheim palace has a majestic Great Hall with a gallery of European Baroque painting.

    Tip * Booking your Tours, Transfers & Airport Parking before you go will save your money & time and ensure a stress free start to your holiday

Munich holiday travel tips

  • To and From Munich

    Munich Airport is very accessible for travellers. The S-Bahn lines 1 and 8 operate to and from the city to the airport and many airlines include the fee of transport on the train from the terminal in the airfare. The airport bus operates every 20 minutes and cost €10. Otherwise there are taxi and limo services, but no car hire in Munich is necessary.
    Munich also has the incredible S-Bahnwhich connects beyond Bavaria. More than 720,000 passengers travel by the S-Bahn daily. The S-Bahn runs on 442 kilometres of line at an average speed of 50 kilometres per hour. The trains run frequently but the next goal is to have them running every 10 minutes.

    Common Forms of Transportation

    Public transportation is well developed, including 550 underground cars, 96 trams, or 250 different buses. There are also 200 plus buses which operate in cooperation with the main MVG or Munchner Verkelhrsgesellschaft company. More than one million passengers use the services daily.

Where to stay in Munich

  • For visitors looking to stay in the crème de la crème of Bavarian hotels, look no further – the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel has it all. This elegant grand hotel is 150 years old, yet all of its services and comforts are very modern. Typical rooms include Internet and a queen-sized bed, while the hotel itself has a fitness club, a spa, a pool, and a top quality restaurant. It is also located just blocks away from shopping boutiques and theatres.

    Another jewel of a hotel is the Westin Grand Hotel. The 627 guest rooms and 28 suites provide panoramic views of the city and the mountains. Rooms come standard with comfortable beds, cleansing showers, and flat screen televisions. The hotel’s Paulaner’s Wirtshaus beer garden is a great place to share drink. Guests who are looking for a little relaxation will enjoy the Westin Grand Munich’s indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, and spa.

    Another fine lodging establishment is the Hotel Drei Lowen. All rooms have a traditional feel, but are equipped with modern appliances such as a radios, televisions, telephones, fax machines, mini bars, and hair dryers. Step outside the hotel and guests will find themselves in Munich’s historical centre. Wireless Internet is available everywhere and the hotel’s restaurant has a great dinner menu.

    The Holiday Inn Munich-Schwabing combines a great location with affordable rates. This hotel lies in the artistic quarter of Schwabing, and is a popular destination within the city. The English Garden, with its cafes and shops, is also just around the corner. Hotel amenities – including a pool, a lounge, and a sauna – are great for tourists who may require some downtime.

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Munich restaurants

  • A great place to get authentic food and delicious beer is the Weisses Brauhaus (Tal 7). This restaurant is the originator of the Weisswurst and Weissbier, as well as many other traditional Bavarian foods and drinks. The ambience is perfect for visitors looking for an inside perspective on the region’s culture, and prices are reasonable. Menu specialties include the Kalbskron or veal skirt steak boiled with horseradish and potatoes.

    Visitors looking for a café with distinct and light food options should check out the Ruffini (Orffstraße 22). This is a warm and cheerful spot in the centre of Munich that serves a variety of snacks and coffees. The café has a great ambience and is perfect for people watching, especially during warm spring and summer days. On days like these, a traditional or cold coffee is available to help pass the hours.

    To feast on traditional European flavours, check out the top-notch Rue des Halles Parisian Brasserie (Steinstraße 18). The restaurant’s cuisine is inspired by French and Mediterranean cooking. Locals love the seafood entrées such as the tuna in saffron or oysters. The restaurant’s vibe is fun, the service is quick, the wine list is extensive, and the food options will please diverse tastes. Food is all around €20.

    Another classic German beer garden is the Löwenbräukeller (Nymphenburger Straße 2), which serves great local beer and traditional Bavarian food – including an extensive dinner menu – right in the heart of Munich. The atmosphere is fun and friendly with well-lit rooms and fast service. Some menu favourites include the Lowebraukeller´s sausage platter with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes.

Health & Safety

  • Health

    The health infrastructure and facilities are in excellent condition. Procure a European Health Insurance Card just in case.
    In the case of emergencies, dial (089) or (112) for the general European emergency number. The police rescue number is 110 or 112 for the fire department.
    Good public health clinics include Klinikum der Universitat Munchen, Marchionisistr (89) 709 50, the Kinderklinik Munchen Schwabing (children’s hospital) (089) 30 68 24 89.

    Safety

    Petty crime has increased in some tourist areas, but attacks are infrequent. It is recommended not to walk alone at night, or with lots of jewellery or other expensive objects, such as electronics. Do not walk around with large quantities of cash. Racially motivated assaults have been reported in some towns in Eastern Germany.
    Make photocopies of all original travel documents in the case that they are lost or stolen. Keep the originals locked in the hotel safe with cash. Take a mobile phone with you and make sure that you have all emergency numbers programmed. If you are assaulted, keep calm and do not to resist.
    The possession and consumption of drugs is forbidden and prostitution is outlawed.

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