Munich, Germany

Sleep in Munich for Under €100

Munich is a frequent fixture on worldwide quality of living surveys, so it’s no wonder that nearly 13 million people per year visit the capital of Bavaria, hoping to get their fix for a few nights. Unfortunately, prices in Munich tend to be as high as the quality of life there, whether we’re talking about hotel rooms or homes for sale.

The good news is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to stay in Munich. The better news is that you can sleep in Munich for less than €100 per night, simply by staying at any of the Munich hotels I list below.

Eurostars Grand Central Hotel

When you think of how to find a cheap hotel in an expensive city, the first thing your mind tells you to give up is a central location. If you stay at Eurostars Grand Central Hotel, however, you don’t need to sacrifice location to save a few euros. In addition to nightly rates starting at just €82, Eurostars Grand Central offers you a location near Munich’s central railway station. Room features here include Wi-Fi, laptop-sized safes and soundproofed walls, which make sure arriving trains don’t disrupt your beauty sleep.

Mercure Hotel Muenchen am Olympiapark

Staying at Mercure Hotel Muenchen am Olympiapark places you just steps from where the 1972 Summer Olympics occurred – to say nothing of how close it is to attractions like Marienplatz and the Neues Rathaus – but that’s just the beginning of what’s on offer at this €54 per night hotel. When you’re not exploring the city or staying in one of 66 air-conditioned rooms, take advantage of hotel amenities like the on-site spa and extensive fitness center.

angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring

With rates as low as €76 per night, staying at angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring leaves plenty of money for you to spend on Bavarian beer, pretzels, schweineschnitzel and everything else there is to love about Munich. Of course, thanks to its location just a short walk from the pristine Englischer Garten, it’s easy to enjoy yourself totally free of charge as well. angelo Hotel Munich Leutchtenbergring is a great place to stay for pleasure and well as for business – its business center is open 24 hours per day.

ACHAT Premium Hotel München Süd

As its name suggests, ACHAT Premium Hotel München Süd is in Munich’s southern suburbs, about 10 minutes by train from the central station. For just €57 per night, you not only enjoy a smart, modern room equipped with free Wi-Fi and a full selection of cable TV channels, but a strategic location outside the city noise, one that’s perfect for excursions to nearby Bavaria attractions like Neuschwanstein Castle and Dachau Concentration Camp.

Munich might be the richest city in Germany, but you needn’t be a euro millionaire to enjoy its riches for yourself. Whether you sleep in one of the hotels I’ve suggested or one of Munich’s many hotels, there are plenty of ways to save on your next trip to Munich.

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