Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) – Inner Circle area hotel

Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) – Inner Circle area hotel

Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) – Inner Circle area hotel

With stunning facilities and a convenient location, this 5 star Hot Rate Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) – Inner Circle area hotel is ideal for those looking for a relaxing break to one of Germany’s most visited cities.

The property has a highly efficient airport shuttle service, allowing you easy and convenient access to your Hot Rate Hotel as soon as you arrive in Munich and saving you from having to make your own way to your accommodation after your flight. There are a number of excellent leisure facilities for guests to enjoy during your stay, including a stunning Fitness Centre with a range of top equipment, and a beautiful indoor pool. If you are visiting the city for work commitments, there is an excellent Business Centre on site with professional equipment that guests are welcome to use. High speed Internet access is also available from bedrooms, allowing you the convenience of being able to browse the web for business or leisure purposes from the comfort of your room. The property has an excellent restaurant on site serving a range of delicious meals, and there is a self-service laundry for guests should you need to wash or dry any clothes during your stay.

With efficient transport links to the city centre, you can make the most of the many landmarks that the city has to offer. Munich is home to a host of stunning cultural institutions, with the Bavarian National Museum (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum) one of the city’s most popular places to visit for locals and tourists alike. Founded by King Maximillian II of Bavaria in 1855, the museum is home to an extensive collection of European artefacts ranging across hundreds of years and across a wide range of countries. The museum’s vast art collection is a must-see for art lovers, with a fascinating collection covering some forty rooms featuring styles including Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical works amongst others. Other highlights include a collection of late medieval scripture from German-speaking nations, as well as armour dating back to the 1400s. The basement floor has a stunning collection of intricately designed nativity scenes, with displays coming from Bohemia, Moravia and Naples to name a few, and the basement floor also contains the museum gift shop which is certainly worth visiting. The museum is close to other attractions including the Englischer Garten and the Munich Residenz, so be sure to spare some time for a visit here, as you won’t want to miss out.

We hope you have a fantastic time during your stay in Munich!