- Hirschgarten Munich
- Nymphenburg Palace
- Allianz Arena
- German Museum
- BMW Welt
City Name: Munich
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North West
Distance from Hotel: 3.73 MI/ 6 KM
Closest Convention Centre: Munich Neue Messe ICM
Distance from Hotel: 9.32 MI/ 15 KM East
Golf: 12.43 MI/ 20 KM East
Outdoor Tennis: 2.49 MI/ 4 KM North
Take a leisurely day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle, a veritable fairytale palace perched high on a forested hilltop. Against the striking backdrop of the Bavarian alps, this turreted beauty was built as a holiday retreat for King Ludwig II in the late 1800s. Guided tours show visitors paintings inspired by Wagner's operas, many featuring swans, as well as the throne hall and staterooms.
The historic Hofbräuhaus is one of Munich's most popular spots for throwing back a stein or two. This 17th-century beer hall in the city centre is truly an institution, but there are also plenty of beer stops closer to the hotel. A 10-minute walk through lush parkland, Hirschgarten is the biggest beer garden in Bavaria, with space for up to 8,000 people under the shade of majestic chestnut trees.
Don't Go Home Without
Nymphenburg Palace remains one of Munich's most awe-inspiring sights. A 10-minute drive from the hotel, it was built as a royal summer residence in the mid-1600s. The magnificent baroque palace features classical and rococo interiors with ceiling frescoes, while the vast grounds boast landscaped gardens and tranquil canals. Don't miss the Amalienburg, an opulent hunting lodge on the estate.
With an S-Bahn stop just outside, the hotel makes for an ideal launching point for touring the historic sights and bustling beer halls of central Munich. Start by taking a Hop-On Hop-Off tour to get an overview of the city. Later, book tickets for an evening rock concert at Backstage Munich, located just across the street from the hotel.