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Bayerischer Hof Munich 220 roomsMunich
One of Europe's finest hotels. An iconic FIve Star in central Munich. Luxury on a grand scale includes sumptuous rooms and suites (with terraces, spa, views), multiple restaurants including a Michelin starred, roof top spa, private cinema, night club, and lively bars. For the luxury traveller.Spa breaks - The iconic spa has a 13,000-square-foot rooftop spa offers a pool, saunas, steam bath, sun deck and fitness studio.Foodies - Six restaurants including Michelin-starred Atelier.City Style - One of Munich's most legendary hotels.5* Luxury - Very high service standards.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Laimer Hof 23 rooms from $68Munich
Warm and personal service at this cosy 19th-century villa B&B. A hideaway from the bustle with bright, fresh rooms - white washed walls, wooden furniture, brass bedsteads. A great choice for families and those on a budget.FamiliesValue chicCity StyleGreat walks - Good for walkers.Recommended by - Frommers
Hotel La Maison from $121Munich
A contemporary hotel with an excellent business centre in Northern Munich. Sophisticated rooms and suites in blacks, whites and chromes have all the mod cons. Cosy bar, conference facilities and well located to get to the attractions. A great choice for business visitors.Sights nearby - Muenchner Freiheit, English Garden, and Chinesischer Turm.Local markets - Good for local colour.
Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying 48 rooms from $104Munich (Aying)
This stunning 600-year-old Bavarian hotel has spacious rooms furnished in an elegant and traditional manner. With many hiking and cycling paths nearby it's great for a spot of country exploring during the day before a relaxing meal at the superb restaurant in the evening. Be sure to visit the spa!Local exploring - Explore the picturesque village of Aying and further afield beautiful BavariaTotal relaxation - Make the most out of the spa or take a wander around the tranquil villageSkiing - Plenty of cross-country trailsGreat walks - Plenty of nearby trails
Flushing Meadows from $110Munich
A designer chic boutique with spacious loft studio suites. A very cool industrial space conversion decorated with stylish eclecticism. Suites have private balconies, views of the Alps and all the mod cons. A lively roof-top terrace bar is a popular spot. A great choice for a young couple.Roof terrace - Roof top terrace bar with a wood-fired oven and a delicious drinks menu.City StyleDesigner - Spatial industrial style renovated with cutting egde eclecticism.Lively - The bar is a lively spot.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Splendid Dollmann 36 rooms from $157Munich (Thierschstraße 49)
An old townhouse turned chic hotel, in the historic Lehel district. The plush rooms exude an understated elegance, with original artworks and fine fabrics. A sumptuous breakfast is served in the dining room or on the leafy patio. Ideally situated and bursting with charm.Local exploring - A super central location, right in the heart of the historic old town and within walking distance of restaurants and shops.Sights nearby - The Bavarian State Opera and Munich Kammerspiele, Residenz Palace and Haus der Kunst are all within walking distance.Full of characterViews - Great views from hotel
Cortiina Hotel 75 rooms from $166Munich
A chic boutique hotel with a sophisticated tone. Parquet floors, killim rugs, solid elegant furniture and faux fireplaces in elegant rooms and suites. The bar and restaurant are lively hot spots. Lovely terrace and a gym. Understated cool.Lively - The bar is one of Munich's hotspots.City StyleSights nearby - Well located for major sights.Local markets - Good for local colour.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Munchen Palace 74 rooms from $169Munich
A beautiful hotel in classical style with contemporary elements. Sumptuous rooms and suites have creamy furnishings, subtle lighting and private balconies. Lovely roof top terrace deck, good restaurant, and a lively bar, plus fitness suite and spa. For those who like subtle luxury.Local exploring - An excellent base for exploring the city. Perfect for a luxury city breakLuxury - A classic luxury hotel with contemporary elements.Roof terraceSights nearby - Close to Prinzregenten Theater and the Munich Philharmonic.Recommended by - Tablet
Louis Hotel 72 rooms from $193Munich
A homely boutique hotel with a fantastic Japanese restaurant. Pine floor bedrooms have killim rugs, private balconies and natural fabrics in earthy tones. A family friendly choice with excellent food and a warm atmosphere.Foodies - Fantastic Japanese restaurant.Local markets - Right next to the Viktualienmarkt, one of Europe's best.Sights nearby - Right in the centre of town.Recommended by - Tablet
Hotel Konigshof 71 rooms from $198Munich
A hotel with the wow factor. Seamless rooms and suites decorated with romantic flair, a Michelin star restaurant, fitness centre, and an unrivalled location in the heart of the city. A destination for the luxury traveller.Foodies - Michelin restaurant.Good wine list - Famed wine cellar.LuxuryCity Style
Hotel Schrenkhof 17 rooms from $218Munich
Traditional Bavarian charm away from the bustle. A modern Alpine chalet with quintessential decoration - wooden panelled bedrooms with handsomely carved wooden beds. The breakfast room carries on the same theme, plus a pretty a Renaissance tiled stove. A really cosy spot.Local exploring - A traditional styled property just 15 minutes from Munich city centre.Sights nearby - Visit the impressive 18th-century Nymphenburg Palace.Local markets - Visit the enormous farmer's market, Viktualienmarkt.
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski 298 rooms from $292Munich
Seriously opulent Five Star hotel, only for the luxury traveller. Behind a traditional facade are elegant rooms and suites, restaurants, a bar, and a fabulous spa. All accompanied by private butlers, personal shoppers, and limousines, if you wish.Spa breaks5* Luxury - Very high service standards.FoodiesCity Style
Anna Hotel 75 rooms from $319Munich
Reasonable rates at a colourful, boutique-esque hotel with sophisticated designer edges. Modern paintings, sculptures and jazzy coloured lights create sleek interior spaces. Fantastic views of the city from the top suites, to be enjoyed from two private balconies. Trendy restaurant and bar too.City Style - A contemporary boutique hotel in Karlstor, with chic teak flooring, black granite details and design furnishings.Great walks - Take a stroll down to the nearby Hellabrunn zoo, great for kids.Sights nearby - Walking distance from the imposing Frauenkirche church.SpaRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, Tablet
Charles Hotel 160 rooms from $423Munich
Contemporary Five Star Forte hotel. Crisp, elegant rooms and suites with parquet floors, cream furniture and private balconies. Fantastic Italian restaurant, extensive spa, and lovely terraces. Luxurious, but grounded.Foodies - Excellent Italian restaurant.City Style5* Luxury - Very high service standards.Sights nearby - Short walk or metro ride from all the major attractionsRecommended by - Tablet
Mandarin Oriental Munich 73 rooms from $548Munich
Five stars for luxury, service, location and food at this stunning city hotel. Outstandingly situated next to a hive of cultural activities. Immaculate contemporary, but subtle, decoration with Asian influences. Unrivalled views from the rooftop pool and a Michelin-starred restaurant. Magnificent.City StyleSwimming Pool - Lovely Outdoor PoolSpa - Turkish bathSights nearby - Well located for major sights.Recommended by - Tablet, Frommers, Kiwi Collection
With its carefully restored Bavarian architecture, pretty spot on a river crossed plain in Upper Bavaria, high quality of life and reputation for producing great beer and sausage Munich has a lot going for it. The city has a vast selection of hotels to suit all budgets, and our pick of the best places to stay in Munich has something for everyone.
If you’re more interested in the beer and sausage fuelled nightlife end of things come for Oktoberfest in September and October.
If you enjoy architecture, museums and less raucous entertainments come any other time! The city’s motto is ‘München mag dich’ (Munich Loves You.).
For top end luxury
If you're looking for the best places to stay in Munich where you can guarantee luxury, superb service, wonderful food and a fabulous location, book a room at the Mandarin Oriental Munich. The attention to detail here is second to none - it offers a truly five star experience.
For those on a budget
If you're feeling the pinch, we think that the best places to stay in Munich are our choices slightly out of the centre of town.
- The Laimer Hof is a charming 19th century villa turned B&B in the heart of a quiet residential district, which has been welcoming guests since 1937. Family run, it offers twenty three fresh, simply decorated bedroms, each slightly different.
- The Hotel Schrenkhof is a modern alpine style chalet with seventeen bedrooms all decked out in Tyrolean style. The welcome is very warm and it offers excellent value.
For sleek and contemporary styling
One of the best places to stay in Munich if you're a design junkie would have to be the Hotel Anna. It boasts sophisticated designer interiors, plus excellent restaurant and trendy bar. For a room with a view, book one of the suites with a private balcony.
Browse our list of the best places to stay in Munich and start to plan your trip.