Staying in Munich
City lifestyle with a rural twist
Located around 100 kilometres from the soaring Bavarian Alps, the stunning Munich metropolis rises out of the Alpine foothills like a fantastic storybook city. This resplendent modern city is regularly voted one of Europe's most desireable places to live – a fact reflected in its high-quality accommodation.
Munich's status as the capital of Bavaria sets it apart from other German locales, with this cosmopolitan city boasting a mix of urbane ambience with old-fashioned rural charm. Many of its finest hotels make use of this eclectic air, with the likes of the Hotel Laimer Hof and the Hotel Torbrau offering upscale accommodation with an old-world twist.
Take a break in boutique accommodation
Long regarded as one of Germany's most stylish cities, it's no surprise Munich accommodation matches the city's reputation. Some of the best boutique hotels in Europe lie's within a stone's throw of the Munich city centre, with its bustling beer gardens and picturesque city parks.
Around the corner from the city's historic Altstadt is the retro-refurbished Cocoon, while the ever-popular Pension am Kiserplatz is beloved not only for its warm welcome, but also its proximity to bohemian Schwabing and its world-famous English Garden.
A sound sleep in the heart of Munich
While Germany is home to many sprawling cities, Munich's compact city centre makes it an ideal destination for visitors eager to sample a genuine inner-city lifestyle. With its iconic Marienplatz attracting thousands of tourists each year, many of Munich's hotels are conveniently located close to the city's main sights.
Dominated by both the Old and New Town Hall and the three surviving medieval gates which loom over the inner city, plenty of Munich's most popular hotels are within walking distance of the city's historic inner city.
Mercure Hotel Muenchen City Center »
A stone’s throw from the train station, this contemporary hotel allows for easy access to the city sights and offers plush rooms and maisonette suites, a traditional biergarten and the sophisticated theatre-inspired La Scene restaurant and bar.