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How to Find the Best Hotels in Starnberger See, Munich with Hotels.com

Are you looking for a place to stay in the Starnberger See region of Munich that is withing your budget, meets your needs, and offers you a brilliant experience in this historic city? Look no further than Hotels.com. Our travel experts have created a varied and extensive list of hotels in Starnberger See, Munich for you to choose from. We always include photographs of each hotel's rooms, communal spaces, and exteriors so you can get to know your hotel before you book your stay there. If you want to read a first hand account of what it is like to be a guest in your chosen hotel, then make sure to read the user reviews that we include on our site as well. One of the largest freshwater lakes in all of Germany, the Starnberger See is a stunning, enchanting place to visit. So why not book a room in one of our hotels in Starnberger See, Munich today?

What's Starnberger See, Munich Like?

A vast expanse of tranquil fresh water, Starnberger See is perfect for boating, picnicking, or hiking. It is also recognized as an important wetland area, protected by the German government, and as such it is a brilliant place for nature lovers to do some bird watching or to see some local flora and fauna. In the distance, the magnificent Alps provide an unforgettable backdrop to any activity in Starnberger See. If you hire a boat, you can row out to the small island in the middle of the Starnberger See. Known as Roseninsel, this island is a magical spot to sit and watch the world go by. The area around the lake itself is rural, and is a wonderful region as a whole for a hiking trip or a bike ride.

How to Get Along with Locals in Munich

Did you know that the Starnberger See has numerous names? People who speak English just call it "Starnberger Lake", for instance (the German word "See" means "lake" rather than "sea", which can be confusing). Until 1962, the lake was called Würmsee, and so you might still hear older Germans referring to it as this. In the present day, the lake is also referred to as Fürstensee. So do not be surprised if you hear the Starnberger See being called various things when you stay here. At Hotels.com, we have plenty of brilliant hotels in Starnberger See, Munich for you to choose from for your holiday. There are lots of hotel rooms waiting to be filled right now, so take a look.