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Four Star Munich hotels

Most popular areas in Munich for 4-star hotels

Munich, one of Germany’s most elegant and photogenic cities, is blessed with an incredible range of 4-star hotels. Many of these can be found in the old city center, known as Altstadt-Lehel. With its Gothic-style public buildings, cavernous beer cellars, and buzzing city square, this is the old-world Europe of your dreams. If you’re after a more alternative vibe, Schwabing is the city’s hipster epicenter, with cutting-edge galleries, cosmopolitan nightlife, and one-of-a-kind boutique hotels. Maxvorstadt is a culture vulture’s paradise, home to world-class museums, stately university buildings, and treasure-filled book shops.

Top 4-star hotels in Munich

The Holiday Inn Munich - City Centre boasts an enviable location, stylish and spacious guestrooms, and first-rate amenities like 24-hour room service and a state-of-the-art business center. Mercure Muenchen City Center opts for playful modern decor, is home to an alluring choice of slick bars and restaurants, and offers home comforts such as free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. InterCityHotel München is within walking distance of many major attractions, and your room rate includes a free full breakfast each morning.

Where to find the best restaurants in Munich

Altstadt-Lehel is, as you might expect, the best place to try perennial German favorites like succulent veal schnitzel, or crispy pork knuckle in rich gravy with zingy red cabbage. Laid-back Maxvorstadt is dotted with effortlessly cool vegetarian cafés, colorful burger joints, and minimalist Japanese restaurants. And Schwabing lives up to its hip reputation with an array of quirky eateries serving everything from fresh Afghani cuisine to classic Mexican fare with a gourmet twist.

The most popular things to do in Munich

The English Garden is Munich’s lush green playground, and one of Europe’s biggest urban parks. Sprawling over 910 stunningly landscaped acres, it’s particularly enchanting in summer, when visitors pack out its lakeside beer gardens, and its eclectic towers and monuments glisten in the sunshine. If you’re looking for a diversion on a rainy day, the Deutsches Museum is a colossal science and technology museum, with a mind-boggling array of interactive exhibits exploring everything from oceanography to astrology. If art’s more your thing, the Alte Pinakothek is home to one of the world’s finest collections of Old Master paintings, including priceless works by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and El Greco. You can’t leave town without strolling around Marienplatz, an expansive town square fringed with spectacular, fairytale-like buildings.

Best ways to get around Munich

Getting around Munich is a breeze, thanks to a comprehensive public transport system that comprises a subway, overground trains, buses, and trams. A single ticketing system ensures you can use any combination of these without incurring multiple fares, and great value day passes are available if you plan on making multiple journeys. Many of the major city center attractions are within walking distance of each other, and metered taxis are readily available if you plan on exploring more widely.

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