GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Nymphenburg

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Leonrodstrasse 11, Munich, Bavaria, 80634, Germany
GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Nymphenburg
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Travelocity Booking.com Hotels.com

96%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
31%
10
Very Good
50%
16
Average
15%
5
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
3%
1

Value Score Average Value

Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families75
  • Couples66
  • Solo84
  • Business75

More about Munich

Photos

This is what I call a fruit shop!This is what I call a fruit shop!

Queen's roomQueen's room

Neues RathausNeues Rathaus

Olympic Swimming PoolOlympic Swimming Pool

Forum Posts

Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by crewrower

Will be in Europe during this time and am considering going to Munich with my wife primarily for the Oktoberfest. We'd be arriving at around 1130pm at Munich airport on Friday Sept 24th. Of course, the hotels are outrageously expensive and availability is poor. I'm wondering if you have any creative suggestions about how to day trip into Munich for a day or two. We'd also like to take in some of the attractions in Munich (and possibly Stuttgart). Would be ok to spend 1 night in Munich area (at the high prices) if absolutely need be, but otherwise just looking for a cheap (but clean) place that's on a good transportation line.

Thanks for your help.

crewrower

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by Turtleshell

You could stay in Augsburg or Ulm, which would be somwhere between Stuttgart and Munich, although I'm not quite sure why you want to see Stuttgart.

If you like hiking and would rather stay a bit closer to Munich, you could also stay in Bad Tölz or Lenggries, with Tölz being closer to Munich and more beautiful. Lenggries is probably cheaper.
There's an hourly train service to Munich

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by colares

Try Augsburg. It takes you by train 1:45 h from the airport to Augsburg. The city itself is nice and worth a visit. From Augsburg back to Munich by (local)train is 45 min. Augsburg hotels seem to have "normal" rates - Bad Tölz is also influenced by the Oktoberfest and thus quite expensive.
For hotels use this site: http://www.hotel.info/homepage.aspx?lng=EN
For train timetables this one: http://www.bahn.de/i/view/GBR/en/index.shtml

If you have to go to Stuttgart - fine, if not, skip it. (Big construction area around the main station and lots of demonstrations against this project)

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by crewrower

Thanks turtleshell and colares.

Do you know if there are trains so late from Munich airport to Augsburgh though? Our flight would land at around 1130pm on Friday night.

I see that there is a bus service, but cannot read what this says: http://www.wackerltour.de/wtour20/flughafen/

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by hiflya

If you do go to Stuttgart, there is a great new Porsche Museum - also the Mercedes-Benz Museum is neat as well. I'm a car guy so I get into this stuff.

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by abalada

Best option with a that late arrival time will be to stay in Freising. But this is not far enough from Munich to be untouched by Oktoberfest.
http://www.freising.de/index.php?bereich=s2&size=0&rpage=trechts.html&page=tourismus.htm

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: MUC
To: Freising
To: Augsburg
and select as means of transport "only local transport".

There is a connection to Augsburg that late (or early) - but you'll arrive in Augsburg at 02:46.

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by leics

Might be too far out of the way, but Regensburg is lovely and only around 1.5 hours from Munich.

Last train is 23:33 from Munich airport, so no good for the first night...but worth considering for the others, perhaps?

http://www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by Turtleshell

> If You like good beer try Koestritzer, Wernesgruener or Radeberger.

Bavarians won't appreciate it if you ask for a beer from outside Bavaria.

Re: Munich too expensive over Oktoberfest - how to enjoy it while staying somewhere else?

by leics

Well, it is nothing to do with giving you a break. It is simply a matter of personal preference and personal interests. I thought Regensburg was lovely, and Bamberg, Wurzburg and Nurnberg. I enjoy history, and walking, and finding out about towns and how they developed. You may not. Fair enough. Such is life.

Travel Tips for Munich

Ice cream on Marienplatz

by llcole

My friend and I were watching a group of older gentlemen eating ice cream cones. She was fascinated (for some reason), and was positive that the man with his back to the wall would finish his last. She was right, as it turned out. Anyway, I thought I'd indulge her by recording the memory in a photo.

Student Advisers

by pedersdottir

You will want to explore housing options and find out about job opportunities, should you decide to study in Munich. Who can advise you and answer the questions that arise?

Turn to the Association of Student Affairs.
The STUDENTENWERK is established to provide these services for students at educational institutions throughout Munich: dining facilities, dormitory rooms, cultural exchanges, and student advising. It also offers an online housing referral service for 'off campus' placements.

Information on the site is offered in English, French and German. Studentenwerk Muenchen
Leopoldstrasse 15

Online: www.studentenwerk.mhn.de

Residenz - Royal Residence,...

by barcodex

Residenz - Royal Residence, palace of different styles of architecture. I was impressed of weird style of painting the walls as frescoes, instead of making it 3D. Art exhibitions are held inside, as I understood.

Erasmus Grassers...

by zitronella

Erasmus Grassers 'Moriskentänzer' - you can find copies at several places in the historic town center - the originals can be seen at the town museum - made in 1480 they originaly where placed in the old town hall - the name Moriske is dated back to an ancient dancing ritual or game, where dancers made wild gestures

Japanese Tea House

by sarahandgareth

The Japanese Tea House in the Englischer Garden is a real off the beaten track find. We were wandering around after our stop at the beer garden and pretty much stumbled upon it. Upon reading the sign, we realized that there was going to be a tea ceremony shortly, so we decided to stick around.

The ceremony which was part participation (we got to eat a traditional Japanese cookie and drink tea) and part witness (we watched two women act out one part of the ceremony). The whole event was very interesting and unique.

Note: During our ceremony, the staff explained what was going on only in German. If you don't speak German, ask before entering if they can translate any of it into your language.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Munich

Hotel Uhland

6 Reviews

Uhlandstrasse 1, Munich

Mandarin Oriental Munchen

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 2 Reviews

Neuturmstrasse 1, (formerly Hotel Rafael), Munich

Show Prices

Hotel Laimer Hof Munich

2 Reviews

Laimerstrasse 40, Munich

Show Prices

Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Sophienstrasse 28, Munich

Show Prices

View all Munich hotels

View all Munich hotels

Latest Munich hotel reviews

Platzl Hotel
660 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munchen
430 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
77 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Etap Hotel Munchen City
32 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 28, 2014
Mark Hotel
243 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
Euro Youth Hotel
311 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 13, 2014
Kempinski Hotel Airport Munchen
766 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 20, 2014
Motel One Muenchen-Sendl. Tor
496 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
Hotel Uhland
611 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
The Westin Grand Munchen
470 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Hotel Am Viktualienmarkt
119 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 20, 2014
Holiday Inn Munich City Centre
793 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 20, 2014
Hotel Pension Am Siegestor
36 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 7, 2014
Hotel Munchner Kindl
65 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 2, 2014

 GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Nymphenburg

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Ghotel Hotel Munich
Ghotel Hotel Living Munchen Nymphenburg

Address: Leonrodstrasse 11, Munich, Bavaria, 80634, Germany