Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Munich
The best budget hotels in Munich... inspected and approved.
On a tiny street in the center of Munich's gorgeous old town is Pension Lindner, one of the least expensive and most reliable city-center pensions in Munich.
The witty architect who designed the Creatif Hotel Elephant picked the name because of his fondness for all things pachyderm.
Pension Haydn offers 15 rooms in an apartment building on a quiet, leafy side street near the restaurants, cafes, and tourist attractions clustered around Sendlinger Tor.
Housed in a demure yellow building with a foundation dating back to the 12th century, the Hotel Blauer Bock is a diamond in the rough in one of Munich's old and touristy hoods.
The 202-room Ibis München City promises a surprised-free and comfortable stay.
Munich’s CVJM/YMCA is a good pick for Cheapos who want a hostel without the party scene. Rooms are bare-bones basic, but the rates and the central location are hard to beat.
The four-star Hotel Astor, located in a colorful area south of Central Station, has nowhere to run from the sex shops and strip bars in this part of town.
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Munich is a reasonably affordable city when it comes to hotels—granted that you don’t show up in town during Oktoberfest. Even then, we have some suggestions for small, independent hotels and B&Bs that won’t ruin your party.
Getting started: Ready to dive into the Munich hotel hunt? Head straight for our reviews of recommended hotels. For more information about the different parts of town, read through our neighborhood overview. And be sure to read the articles listed below for additional tips on keeping it cheap in Munich.
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Beautiful Munich is not a bargain hunter's paradise. We can help you navigate exactly how expensive it is here, telling you what you can expect to pay for a night at a hotel, a decent meal at a mid-range restaurant, and an inexpensive imbiss fast-food snack. Getting Into Munich
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