Leisure activities

Welcome to the best place in Germany – or the world? Welcome to the state capital of Bavaria – Munich. You will find sights and activities in abundance. Discover the city and the region easily from our hotel. Either take the underground U4 from Arabellapark directly to Karlsplatz from where you can start your shopping and sightseeing tour: the city centre, the old botanical garden, the Maximiliansplatz or the Frauenkiche. If you prefer walking or go with a bike, ask our staff. We will be very pleased to help you with a map or our bikes.

Of course our city has more to offer than just Sightseeing. Our beautiful zoo “Hellabrunn” is a 30 minute ride with the public transportation away. Or you can visit the biggest thermal spring in the world in Erding for a little bit of Spa and relaxing.


Munich has a lot to offer until the end of the year! Just click at this link to explore 🙂

On the tablets in our rooms you will find a lot more information about Munich and its attractions. Our staff is pleased to help you too at any time.

If you know Munich already, ask our friendly colleagues at the reception for a rental car and discover the beautiful sceneries around Munich. Don’t miss out on the famous and gorgeous Ammersee and Starnbergersee. Enjoy a walk along the lakeside and take a rest in a beergarden. If you prefer a wellness time out, Therme Erding is the best place to rest. It is the largest spa in the world. In case you prefer a cultural activity, visit the castle of Neuschwanstein in the town of Fuessen. The castle opened up to the public shortly after the death of King Ludwig II in 1886.

By foot, you can reach the park Denninger Anger in only a few minutes. If you prefer a larger walk, visit the English Garden by foot or rent a scooter. In case you have an appointment at the medical clinik Munich Bogenhausen, the hospital is also just a few minutes away.


Probably the most famous festivity in the world: the Oktoberfest. Did you know the Oktoberfest takes place mainly in September? Unfortunately, due to the pandemic this year, the Oktoberfest will not take place. 

Discover the colouful tents and stalls at the Wiesn: fairground rides, food stands, shooting ranges, souvenirs, textiles stands and so much more. If you need advice beforehand where to buy the best dirdl and leather trousers, ask our reception.

By the way – tying a dirdly:

Wearing the bow on the right side:  This woman is taken.
Wearing the bow on the left side: This woman is single.
Wearing the bow in the middle: The status of this relationship is none of your business!
Wearing the bow in the back: Child, waitress or widow.

For more information, please visit the website: Oktoberfest 2021 • Oktoberfest.de – The Official Website for the Oktoberfest in Munich


Die farmer’s market Viktualienmarkt takes place every day except on sundays and bank holidays. This fun and colorful food market dates back to 1807.

Address: Viktualienmarkt 3, 80331 Munich

You can reach the the market in only 20 minutes by underground.

"Therme Erding" thermal bath

Enjoy your short holiday in the world’s largest thermal spa. Whether at adventure pool or sauna world, you can expect summer temperatures in all areas, turquoise water & refreshing cocktails in the pool, surrounded by real palm trees.

In our textile spa area with adventure pool, you will find fun and action for the whole family. On 2.700 meters of slides, big and small guests can let off steam on currently 27 water slides with 3 different difficulty levels. With our new Virtual Reality slide, adventurers can embark on a great voyage of discovery through the galaxy or jungle. Relax and unwind in the huge wave pool or the Crazy River, which lets you drift away with its current.

Wellness & relaxation can be found in our classic Spa area & saunas (textil free, from 16 years). Here you can put together your individual wellness moments from a huge range of health pools and saunas.

Zoo "Hellabrunn"

The Munich Zoo Hellabrunn was founded in 1911 as the first Geo-zoo worldwide. The animals live according to their geographic distribution in complex communities. If you follow the icons you will travel around the world and experience our different habitats.

the first geozoo in the world

Hellabrunn is not a zoo in the classical sense. It is more of a nature preserve within the landscape conservation area of the Isar meadows inhabited by animals that live in especially large, structured enclosures. Thanks to an extensive array of ditches and a natural landscape design, the visitor can enjoy the wonderful and unobstructed view of animals that could normally only be obtained on safari.


The triumphal arch Siegestor is situated north of Ludwigstrasse.

Address: Leopoldstrasse 1, 80802 Munich

You can reach the Siegestor easily by foot within 40 minutes. If you prefer the underground, it will only take 20 minutes.


This beautiful church is the landmark of Munich: the Frauenkirche built in 1494. The towers are approx. 100 metres in height and are open to the public (by elevator).

Address: Frauenplatz 12, 80331 Munich

You can reach the Frauenkirche best by underground within 20 minutes.


The market place Marienplatz is the centre of Munich. It’s located in the old town inbetween Frauenkirche and Viktualienmarkt. The pedestrian zone starts here and this is also a good starting point for your shopping and sightseeing tour. During winter (end of november, december), the christmas market takes place here.

You can reach the Marienplatz within 15 minutes by underground from our hotel.

English Garden

The English Garden is located along the river Isar. The size of the park is 3,75 square kilometres, therefore it’s larger than Central Park in New York. Several creeks are finding their ways through the English Garden and the park also accommodates a huge beergarden. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the park throughout the entire year.

By foot, you can reach the park within 20 minutes.


This small river Eisbach is located in the English Garden. The river is known for its man made wave, which surfers use all year round.

Address: Eisbachbruecke / Ecke Prinzregentenstrasse, 80538 Munich

You can reach the Eisbach wave by foot within 35 minutes from our hotel. You can also take the underground.


Beergardens in Munich are a dime a dozen. The differ in size, whether for a few people or 8.000 guests (the largest beergarden in Munich really fits 8.000 guests at the same time: Königlicher Hirschgarten). Feel free to ask our reception for advice.