This was a great place to stay. It was very easy to get to and a gas station was very close(right across the street).
We stayed in a room for 5 people. It had 2 sets of bunk beds and one twin bed. There was more than enough room for all of us. We had our own shower and toliet in the room as well.
Unique Quality: Funky Bar in basement!
Very big breakfast!!
haus international münchen" is more than a guest house. It is a center for students and a lively meeting-point without age limit. Young people and those who remain young at heart get to know and understand all kinds of cultures and nationalities.
"haus international" is located close to Olympic Park in Schwabing, the quarter of artists and students and was built for the Olympic Games in 1972.
Directions: • By car: From any motorway take the 'Mittlerer Ring' until exit 'Schwabing'.
• Public transport: Take the U2 from 'Hauptbahnhof' to 'Hohenzollernplatz' and then the number 33 bus or number 12 tram to 'Barbarastraße'.
The location is not among the best, since this hostel is not near the city center but lies in the Schwabing West area (bus and tram connections).
Simple, but clean rooms. Good, abundant breakfast. Common showers don't have lockeable showerboxes.
I really enjoyed staying in this place. The room was not too expensive, and it was clean. They do not allow alchol into the building so you have to drink anyhting you have acroos the street. The breakfast is included in the price of the room.
Directions: take the U2 to hohenzellernplatz, then hop on the 33 two stops down to Aidenbachstrasse
The hostel is fairly large and was built for the Olympic games 1972. It is built un the typical architectural style of that time ie boring. There is a 24 hour reception and the rooms are comfortable. You can get a double room but bathrooms will be in shared. There is a sink in the room for brushing teeth etc. Our room had 2 single beds and a small table and a cupboard, very basic but then you get what you pay for.
The hostel is in the 'Schwabing' district and is easy to get to by car (we drove in from the south) and you can easily find parking in the streets. There is a tram stop across the road as well as a 24 hour petrol station if you need drinks or snacks (there are vending machines in the canteen as far as I can remember). Breakfast is nothing to write home about. – Rock hard rolls and jam
There is also a cheesy disco and bar in the basement.
Was able to get a room here for Oktoberfest 2002 with only 3 months notice. Decent price, friendly staff and great rooms. Metro line was 6 blocks away, but is also reachable by tram or bus. Taking a chance giving this info out in case I need a place for my next weisn.
About 25 EUR per person in a double.
Unique Quality: A hostel of a slightly higher standard, but still affordable. Situated in a peaceful part of the city, it offers doubles at about 50 a night. It is often full of schoolkids though.
Directions: Elisabethstraße 87
Take U2 from the Central Station as far as Hohenzollernplatz. Then jump on Tram 27 for another two stops, or walk those short 300 m.
Has anyone stayed or heard about Haus International in Munich ?
How easy is it to go to Oktoberfest from there ?
didn´t staied there but met a lot of ppl saying that was ok..
take a look at this map
if you take the metro to the main station and change to a second one it should take about 10-15 mins to the fest
Before I could fill the reservation form it got booked. :(
probably I've take a train from Nurenberg or Salzburg
Anyway, Thanks for the info
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Address: Elisabethstrasse 87, Munich, Bavaria, 80797, Germany