Astor Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Schillerstrasse 24, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
29%
12
Very Good
39%
16
Average
17%
7
Poor
9%
4
Terrible
4%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 28% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples57
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  • Business66

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Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by ontariokaren

My husband and I will be travelling around Europe from Sept 6 (Holland) to Oct 30 (Rome), visiting various counties. We'll be in Munich for Oktoberfest Sept 22, 23 or thereabouts. Please recommend a reasonable hotel, preferrably within walking distance to the Oktoberfest area.

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by Kathrin_E

For Oktoberfest 2011?

For this year, you have left it a bit late, I'm afraid. All "reasonable" places in walking distance have been booked solid by half a year ago.

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by Roadquill

BOOKMARK

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by leics

Have a look at www.booking.com

There is still availability for late September dates, although it is in the more expensive hotels (and with Oktoberfest prices).

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by ATLC

It will also be a long shot but google for 'Munich Zimmer frei' or München Zimmer frei (those will be B&B's).

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by margsch

Oktoberfest attracts thousands of tourists so Hotels can charge whatever they like at that time as all hotels will be fully booked. I would suggest staying an hour or so out of Munich and using public transport, In Germany trains and so on are punctual and frequent so it won,t be difficult to get around.

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by ontariokaren

Thank you. I'll check the website....if you know of any hotels within walking distance, please advise. I may have to ""pay the price"".

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by ontariokaren

Thank you, I spent quite a bit of time on your pages recently, good work !!

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by ontariokaren

Any suggestions on hotels?

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by abalada

Another hotel searching/booking site
http://www.hrs.com
and give as destination "Muenchen U-Theresienwiese"
This will list all available hotels by distance from the Oktoberfest.

Re: Hotel in Munich this Sept 22 and 23

by dpla

Most of the hotels in the Oct fest area show 'no availability' and those that are available are super expensive. For a lowly $70 hotel, be ready to shell out $250/day. The question is "just to watch and participate in drinking jugs of beer, is it worth spending so much on the hotel"??

Travel Tips for Munich

Surfing

by orlikins

Check out the surfers on the Isar river in the English garden in Summer. Standing in the sleet & slush in Marienplatz for Fasching (every February) surrounded by a couple of thousand Muencheners singing 'Alice, Alice, Who de f*ck is Alice' :) and teenage Goths thowing glitter & confetti everywhere :-) ...also meant we could get off work, so that was cool :)

Isartor

by chancay

There are three town gates remaining in Munich. The most easterly of them is the Isartor, dating back to the 14th century. Careful restoration makes it possible to admire the dimensions and appearance of the original structure. The Isar Gate accommodates a museum honouring the Munich comedian Karl Valentin.

Christkindlmarkt

by hquittner

Begun in the 14C, this Christmas fair begins about the start of Advent and is gone by Christmas Eve. The walking street is decked for Christmas but there are added stalls that sell Christmas wares: home-made decorations, special pastries and candies, etc. There are stalls in the Marienplatz as well. There must be a way that the sites are awarded as some of the stalls seem to be old and only usable for this event. Inside the courtyard of the Neue Rathaus was a creche and mulled wine (gluwein) was being sld from booths that were open windows of the Rathaus (See pictures on our Intro page).

Statue of emperor Max Joseph...

by joh28

Statue of emperor Max Joseph near the Opera at Maximilianstreet. At the place before Opera House You can sit in sun, watch the youths with skateboards (if police didn´t forbid them..) and a lot of people at shopping, it´s also 100 m only from Marienplatz (town hall).
The Maximilanstreet ist the most expensive shopping mall in Munich, e.g. RUDOLF MOOSHAMMER´s vogue shop with international VIPs getting there.

A Humbling Experience, to say the least...

by XtravelloverX

Dachau was the first German concentration camp, set up in 1933. The camp office files show a total of more than 206,000 prisoners were registered b/t 1933 and 1945, however, there were many more that weren't registered so the exact number of prisoners is unknown.

The museum is divided into four parts: The Entrance Hall, The Vestibule, Center-First part and Center-Second part.

The Entrance Hall shows the main concentration camps w/their sub. camps.

The Vestibule shows the documentation; the period preceding the Third Reich.

The Center-First part shows the main part of the exhibition beginning with documents illustrating the seizure of power by the Nazis in 1933. The you see the foundation of the camp, the arrival of prisoners, life in the concentration camp, working conditions, punishments and transfers of prisoners to other camps.

The Center-Second part shows executions and a description of the so-called final solution of Jews.

This concentration camp will grip you, compel you to seek truth and raise more questions about humanity than you could ever imagine. Go, don't deny yourself the opportunity to experience this place.

You can take a private car or S2/s-bahn- train/bus to Dachau, as it is only 45 minutes from Munich.

Note: the site is closed on Mondays.

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Address: Schillerstrasse 24, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany