Although Munich is generally considered to be the most luxurious and expensive city in Germany, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a good place to stay at a reasonable price.
- Best hotels in Munich
7 Best budget accommodation in Munich
1. Cocoon Stachus ⭐⭐
Design lovers will surely be in their element at the hotel Cocoon Stachus.As one of the brand’s three hotels in Munich, this particular hotel scores points for its proximity to the old town and major museums, and its playful décor.The light-flooded rooms are designed with a 1970s tree theme that includes retro colors, rounded edges and forest decoration.the cozy rooms are somewhat small but are equipped with all the standard amenities.prices for a one-night stay start at $80 (USD $93), and breakfast can be booked for an additional $9.90 (USD $11).50), although since you will be surrounded by dozens of cafes and restaurants, eating out may be the best option.
2.ACHAT Premium München Süd ⭐⭐⭐
The ACHAT Premium hotel in the south of Munich has received rave reviews on all platforms and is an excellent choice if you don’t mind relying on public transport around the city: Marienplatz in the city centre is 16 minutes away in the Ubahn.The entire hotel is tastefully designed, and the rooms and suites have top-notch facilities, from under-floor heating, designer bathrooms, air conditioning and cable TV, plus all guests have free access to the spa, wellness and fitness center. Their restaurant No. 30 serves food from breakfast to dinner, and the lobby bar is good for an evening drink once you return to the hotel, or you can retire to the rooftop terrace.Prices start at EUR 65 (USD $ 75), which is great value for money whichever way you look at it.
3.Euro Youth Hotel Munich
If you really have a limited budget and above all need a place to stay, visit the Euro Youth Hotel near Munich’s central station.Dormitory rates start from £30 (USD $35) in a 12-bed dormitory, although private rooms with en-suite facilities are available (from £111 (USD $129) per double room per night) if you prefer to pay a little extra for privacy. Unlike regular hostels, the Euro Youth Hotel does not have a communal kitchen, but offers a daily all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast for £4.90 (USD $5.70), and since you are in the heart of Munich’s bustling city centre, you will have no trouble finding affordable restaurants for the rest of the day.If you are lost for things to do, talk to the reception: they offer free walking tours and can recommend day trips and activities in and around Munich.
4.Hotel Deutsche Eiche ⭐⭐⭐
LGBT travellers and those looking for excellent customer service and a friendly atmosphere will enjoy their stay at Hotel Deutsche Eiche.Rainbow flags proudly decorate the façade of what is one of the city’s most famous LGBT sites. The hotel is located just a few steps from the city centre’s landmarks, Viktualienmarkt and Marienplatz, and earns bonus points for its rooftop terrace, which offers panoramic views of the Altstadt and the hotel’s spa and sauna.The rooms are simple but clean and comfortable, and considering everything, you really can’t go wrong here at a price of around 79 (USD $ 91.70) per night.
5.Motel One München Sendlinger Tor ⭐ ⭐
If you have a limited budget but don’t want to go below a certain level of comfort and location, the hotels of the Motel One chain are a safe bet. The Munich Sendlinger Tor branch is no exception, and is located in the western periphery of Munich’s old town, within walking distance of the main attractions, such as the Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art, St. Peter’s Church and Marienplatz.And it’s just a stone’s throw from Theresienwiese, which is useful if you’re visiting the Oktoberfest. Both the rooms and the common areas are decorated with elegant, modern furniture, comfortable upholstery and beautiful lights, giving a homely atmosphere.
6.VI VADI HOTEL ⭐⭐⭐
You can walk to most of Munich’s attractions and sights from the Hotel Vi Vadi, as well as to the central station which has direct links to Munich airport and more distant places you may want to visit during your stay.All Vi Vadi hotels cater to both business and leisure travelers, and offer a sumptuous breakfast buffet, free wifi, spacious and bright rooms with all modern conveniences, as well as an on-site restaurant serving Italian food and wine.one night here costs more than EUR 65 (USD $75), depending on season, availability and room category.
7.1st Creatif Hotel Elephant ⭐⭐⭐
Located on a street near Munich’s central station, the Creatif Hotel Elephant is an affordable option in the city centre. Most of the attractions, such as the Pinakothek, the NS-Dokumentationszentrum, the Stachus square and the Old Town, can be reached on foot in 15 minutes or on a quick trip in the Ubahn. Prices per room per night start at around EUR 36.90 (USD $ 42.80) for a single and includes one night’s stay in one of their basic rooms with bathroom, but there is an additional charge for WiFi.the hotel also runs the restaurant Deutsches Weingold, which is 10 minutes away and serves a mix of Mediterranean cuisine and Bavarian specialties.as you’re right in the middle of the city center, that’s just one of a multitude of restaurant options around the corner.