Munich lodging options

A room at the Hotel TK, Munich
Munich lodging options: An apartment [Cozy Apartment, just steps from the museums in the Maxvorstadt neighborhood; from €36]; A B&B [a stove in the City Centre - Viktualienmarkt by the daily food market in the historic Altstadt; from €58]; A hostel [Jaeger's Hostel, near the main train station just west of the old center; from €16]

Accommodations in Munich, Germany

Don't just look at hotels. Most other lodging options are more interesting—and nearly always cheaper.

Small, family-run B&Bs can be way friendlier than hotels and usual run €40–€80 for two people.

Rental apartments offer a greater degree of independence—and often much more space, including a working kitchen—for an avergae of €40 to €90 per night.

Hostels are considerbaly cheaper for solo travelers, and offer a communal atmosphere (and, these days, far cozier rooms than the dorm-like "youth hostels" of yore), and charge just €16–€28 per person.


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This article was by Reid Bramblett and last updated in September 2013.
All information was accurate at the time.

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