Hotels in Bavaria

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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:April
Average price in Bavaria:S$ 195/night
Absolute cheapest price found:S$ 15/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
S$ 79 - S$ 552
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 112 - S$ 295
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K+K Hotel am Harras
K+K Hotel am Harras
8.0 Excellent
Albert-Rosshaupter-Strasse 4, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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3.7 km from city centre, Munich, Germany 

Located a short drive from Oktoberfest, K+K Hotel am Harras offers modern accommodation in Munich. The various amenities this elegant hotel has to offer include a sauna, a laundry service and conference rooms.

Where to stay in Bavaria

About Bavaria

From lederhosen to beer festivals, fairytale castles to snowy mountain peaks, Bavaria is a German region that always captures the imagination. Stretching away from the Alps in the south of the country, this is one of Germany's most popular tourist destinations and home to a whole host of attractions and festivities. It's a proudly unique region and Bavarians are loyal to their traditions, helping to create an atmosphere that's very different from the rest of the country.

Bavaria is the largest state in Germany and always responds to its clichéd promises. Beautiful mountains rise to the south, covered in snow through the winter and offering an ambience that's closer to neighbouring Austria compared to Germany. These tumble down into thick forests and flower-filled meadows, where the sound of cowbells punctuates the silence. Munich is Bavaria's capital and its most popular destination, especially for the two weeks of Oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival, where litre-sized beers are served to the music of a traditional band wearing leather Lederhosen trousers.

Munich epitomises the rich history of Bavaria, and its palaces seem to come from another world. Equally impressive architecture is found in the medieval cities of Augsburg, Bamberg and Erlangen. Then there are outstanding wines around Wurzburg, the Wagner Trail in Bayreuth, and the evocative war history in Nuremberg and Berchtesgaden. Fussen is the gateway town to Schloss Neuschwanstein, the most famous of Germany's fairytale castles, and with one glance it's easy to see whyit is was the model for Disney's Sleeping Beauty castle.

Part of Bavaria's appeal is the ease of travel. Munich International and Nuremberg are both large airports, although some low-cost carriers now use Memmingen Airport. The ICE high-speed train network runs through the region with Munich and Nuremberg offering direct connections to destinations in Germany, France, Austria and beyond. Local trains connect most the region, and it’s also an easy region for hiring a car, especially for a journey through the dramatic landscapes in the south.
Bavaria's long history remains an enchanting part of the visitor experience. While historic architecture can be explored at attractions like the Nymphenburg Palace, there's a distinctively cosy ambience that makes Bavaria always feel like a journey back in time.

Bavaria travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Bavaria?

    You can find several places worth visiting in Bavaria. Munich, Nuremberg, and Berchtesgaden are some of the most popular amongst our users.

  • What are the best hotels in Bavaria?

    Bavaria is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Citadines Arnulfpark Munich, which has a current rating of 8.4. For other potential stays, consider Courtyard by Marriott Munich City East and Sofitel Munich Bayerpost, which can also be great places to stay in Bavaria.