Hotel Accommodation for Munich Oktoberfest

All hotels listed are within a short walk of both the Oktoberfest and the main train station (Hauptbahnhof)

Mariandl Hotel-Pension

Great old-world character hotel-pension in top position only a couple of minutes walk from the Beerfest. Available all 3 weekends of the Beerfest. The accommodation is above its own fantastic jazz bar/restaurant which is open well after the fest closes. With live music nightly, it is ideal for groups really looking to party.

Rooms and Prices

Available 6 Bed Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP269.00] Book
Available Double Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP319.00] Book
Available Quad room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP279.00] Book
Available Single Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP399.00] Book
Available Triple Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP279.00] Book
Available Twin Rooms - 3 Nights - per person [GBP319.00] Book

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Hotel Senator

Excellent standard hotel, with its own bar in a sensational position just outside the main gate of the Oktoberfest. Available all three weekends of the Oktoberfest. All rooms with full facilities. The Senator also offers a massive buffet breakfast - arguably the best in Munich. Twin, Double, Triple and Quad rooms offered. This hotel is always EXTREMELY popular, so book early.

Rooms and Prices

Available Double Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP369.00] Book
Available Triple room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP324.00] Book
Available Twin Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP369.00] Book

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Margit Hotel-Pension

Good standard hotel-pension in a fantastic position, just a couple of minutes walk from the Oktoberfest and about 10 minutes walk from the central train station. All rooms with private facilities. Breakfast is included.

Rooms and Prices

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Hotel Mirabell

Excellent standard family run hotel, just a couple of minutes walk from the main central Hauptbahnof station and a 10 minute walk to the fest grounds. All rooms with private facilities. Breakfast included.

Rooms and Prices

Available Twin/Double Room - 3 Nights - per person [GBP399.00] Book

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Smart Stay Hostel

Funky hostel is in a fantastic position just a 2 minute walk from the main side entrance of the Oktoberfest. Available all three weekends of the Oktoberfest. Six and Eight-bedded rooms (bunks). All rooms have their own private facilities. Not only is the Smart Stay in a great position to base yourself for the Oktoberfest it has excellent services. Smart Stay Hostel was recently renovated from top to bottom - so it will be like staying in a brand new hostel! It has its own bar and lounge, 24-hour reception, wifi, guest kitchens, free lockers, sports room. It also offers a large generous breakfast (cost 4.90euros). All bedding is supplied. Our hostel is always very popular, so book early. Please see below for latest room availability.

Rooms and Prices

Available Bed in 6 bed dorm - 3 Nights - per person [GBP269.00] Book

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Oktoberfest and Rugby 7's
Its the fans in the stands make the Oktoberfest 7s an awesome experience. Dress up, sing, dance, and celebrate life! This is German Rugby Union's biggest date on their sporting calendar, and what better time of the year to hold the event than over OKTOBERFEST. Prost!!

How to Enjoy Munich Oktoberfest ... without Beer
There is a fairly general misconception that Oktoberfest can be pretty lame or fairly boring if you are a non-drinker or don't actually like beer, but seriously, nothing could be further from the truth. Oktoberfest is the world's largest Volkfest (Meaning People's Fair or festival) so it goes without saying that if it's for the people, then it can't just be about drinking right? Well .... that is actually right. The famous German beer festival to end all beer festivals is gargantuan in size, over 40 hectares in fact, and only about half of it is covered in beer halls and beer tents so there is much to do besides guzzling beer.

Munich Oktoberfest - The Veteran and the First Timer
When Mayor Dieter Reiter tapped the first barrel in Munich and passed a stein to the President of the State of Bavaria last weekend he was kicking off something that is seriously BIG. Not only was the size of the beer in his hand extremely large, he was beginning an event that is so enormous in scale that it really must be seen to be believed. Europe's biggest festival - and it's all about beer, or bier as the Germans spell and drink it.