Every year, millions of beer enthusiasts make their way to Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival and traveling carnival. Held annually in Munich, Bavaria, the 188th Oktoberfest this year, lasts 18 days, Sep. 16–Oct. 3. So get ready to don your dirndls and lederhosen and enjoy lots of beer, food, music and attractions on Theresienwiese. If you’re looking to elevate your Oktoberfest experience, check out these hotels offering exclusive Oktoberfest packages.
Available Sep. 21–Oct. 2, the hotel’s exclusive Oktoberfest – Celebrate the 5th Season package (with prices starting at €2,000 per night) includes:
- A full breakfast served in the hotel’s restaurant
- A selection of Bavarian delicacies upon arrival to the room
- Transportation to Oktoberfest in one of the property’s authentic vintage buses equipped with beer and pretzels
- Two tickets to one of the highly sought-after Oktoberfest tents at a table for up to 10 people, complete with a typical Bavarian menu
This family-run boutique hotel offers its Octoberfest special with prices starting at €715 per room per night in a double room. Valid Sep. 16 to Oct. 3 for groups of eight, 10 or 12 people, this Octoberfest package includes:
- Overnight stay in a double room with access to fitness and wellness area
- Sumptuous breakfast
- Bavarian welcome in the lobby upon arrival
- Reserved seats in Kufflers Weinzelt, including a food & beverage voucher
This centrally located luxury hotel launches two offerings for guests during Oktoberfest:
- For €195, guests can book a spot on the driveway and enjoy Champagne, beer and non-alcoholic beverages; Bavarian delicacies; and a rich food buffet while the famous costume parade passes right by the hotel along Maximilianstrasse. Those who want a more exclusive view can reserve a spot in the Ludwig Suite, one of the hotel’s three presidential suites, for €230.
- Guests can also enjoy dedicated Oktoberfest cuisine at the hotel’s restaurant and bars. In Schwarzreiter Tagesbar, for €79, guests can order a Brotzeit platter and a Kaiserschmarrn while Oktoberfest Afternoon Tea is served in the listed Nymphenburg Room, where guests enjoy culinary beer tent classics in its British royal interpretation for €90.
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