for all Bayern Munich fans
Spend the night
right next to the international Messe Munich, and enjoy short journey times to
the city centre and great transport connections to souther Bavaria.
Discover our unique combination of design, innovation and comfort while enjoying a business trip or a holiday to the Bavarian capital.
Simply feel good
Relax in air-conditioned, modern rooms with flat screen TV, comfortable
beds and free WiFi. Bathrooms with underfloor heating and energising showers
ensure genuine feel-good moments.
You and you family and friends can also choose a multi-bed room, equipped with Pullman beds.
Lounge and “fresh island”
Our H2 Hub
bistro is set up to satisfy appetites of any size, offering vitamin-rich
breakfasts, freshly prepared dishes and a selection of typical Bavarian
Take a break and enjoy a delicious speciality coffee or a freshly poured beer.
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Explore with the H2 Hotel München
For many visitors to Munich, the Therienswiese is known only for being the location of the Oktoberfest, which every year in late September unites supporters of Bavarian tradition and fans of folk festivals. However it also plays host to the Tollwood Festival (still something of an insiders’ secret) and the Munich Spring Festival. Throughout the rest of the year, this generously-sized area is the perfect place for kite flying, skating, jogging, playing football and much more.
The heart of Munich
Marienplatz is the world-famous heart of the Bavarian capital - whether
it’s for the “Meisterfeier” football celebration, a city festival, to see the
Glockenspiel or during the Christmas market.
Locals and tourists alike will find countless shopping and sightseeing opportunities here.
Enclosed by the old and new town halls (“Alte” und “Neue Rathaus”), as well as the Church of St. Peter, affectionately known as “Alter Peter”, Marienplatz presents the Munich lifestyle by offering free WiFi.
A place to see
Olympia Park is undoubtedly one of Munich’s most popular destinations.
All year round, the spacious park containing the Olympic stadium, the Olympic
hall and the Olympic tower offers several backdrops for a wide variety of
The calendar includes concerts, events and festivals, as well as numerous sporting occasions.
A paradise for art lovers
Ask any art lover about Munich, and they will immediately mention these
three renowned galleries: the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, and
Pinakothek der Moderne.
The collections and touring exhibitions of the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen in Maxvorstadt have become a must-see for art lovers from around the world.
As one of Munich's best known landmarks, the impressive Church of St. Peter is found on Petersbergl, directly behind Marienplatz and by the Rindermarkt. It is the oldest parish church in the city and its tower is lovingly named "Old Peter" by the locals - a wonderful viewpoint reached by a 300-step climb which offers a chance to see the Bavarian regional capital from above! The clock tower also contains Munich's oldest bells and clocks, and inside the nave the beautiful baroque high altar can be seen, as well as the striking glass casket holding the relics of Saint Munditia.
Still going strong after more than 200 years, the famous Viktualienmarkt in the Altstadt is found in the heart of Munich. The first stands of the then small farmer's market began offering their wares in 1807, and you can still visit every day (besides Sundays and holidays) to go hunting for culinary specialities and exquisite delicacies, enjoy a traditional Bavarian breakfast or lunch, sip a coffee and pick up locally grown produce. There is even in a beer garden in the area. The Viktualienmarkt is spread across more than 18,000 square metres, and many of its 140 stands have been standing in the same spot for decades - paying a visit is always worthwhile! You can reach the Viktualienmarkt from H2 Hotel München Messe in just half an hour using the ÖPNV.
Starting from Nymphenburg Palace, you can reach a natural paradise in the middle of Munich's city centre in just a few minutes. The Munich Botanical Garden is home to flora and fauna from different parts of the world all year round, including plants from the tropics, deserts and cool mountain forests. The garden area stretches over 21 hectares with 15 greenhouses, and there are many things to discover such as the beautiful orchid house. Amphibians and birds bring the landscape to life, which includes over 14,000 plant species. What's more, entrance to the outdoor area of the Botanical Garden Munich is completely free until spring!» Location & Surroundings