Welcome to Munich Center Hotels! Our goal is to provide the best options for your hotel stay in the beautiful areas of Munich, DE! Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we strive to provide exceptional service from the start of our secure online reservation system to the last night of your hotel stay! Our top-rated hotels ensure a comfortable atmosphere, and are often located near popular attractions, shopping centers, and local night-life activities! Whatever your visit to Munich entails, we're sure you'll find our informative Munich Guide and hotel booking options useful!
Bernkastel Kues, DE
Brauselaystr 27 Rhineland
Cochem Mo, DE
|Innside Premium Hotel|
|Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski|
|Mandarin Oriental Munich|
|Hotel Am Markt|
|Tulip Inn Muenchen-concorde|
|Mercure Hotel Muenchen Altstadt|
|Best Western Hotel Cristal|
|Advokat Hotel Munchen|
|Golden Leaf Parkhotel Im Lehel|
|Hilton Munich Park|
|Hotel Splendid Dollmann|
|Sheraton Munich Airport Hotel|
Munich is the third largest city in Germany with a population of over 1.3 million people. The Bavarian capital is located along the river, Isar. The beautiful architecture of the historic buildings and fine artistic culture bring tourists and locals to the thriving city. Although much of the city was bombed by allied forces during World War II, the buildings have been rebuilt and largely look like it did in the 1800's. There are several different districts within the city of Munich, all of which offer a rich and diverse nightlife and attractions that make them special.
Munich was first recognized as a city in 1175 after Henry the Lion constructed a bridge over the river Isar and began a settlement there. Otto I Wittlesbach became Duke of Bavaria in 1180, his dynasty would go on to rule Bavaria until 1918 when World War I began. The royal family escaped from the city in November of 1918 when there was much political unrest. In 1933, Munich became a stronghold of the Nazi Party when the National Socialist Workers Party took control of Germany. The city was given the nickname, "Capital of the Movement" because of its importance in the rise of the party there. During World War II, the city was heavily damaged by bombing. It was rebuilt to its pre-war condition after the U.S. occupation in 1945.
Since the 19th century, Munich has been a world leader the arts and sciences. Today is no exception. Munich still is one of the forerunners in the aerospace, biotechnology, software and service industries. Many international companies have headquarters here. Two research universities are located in Munich as well as several smaller colleges and research centers. The German Aerospace Center is a large facility located just outside the city and is a pioneer in space research and discovery. As Ernest Hemingway said so eloquently, "I tell you there's nothing like Munich. Everything else is a waste of time in Germany."