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At, we have worked hard to find the perfect selection of hotels in Altstadt-Lehel, Munich for you to choose from. Whether you are on a tight budget or keen to splurge on a truly luxurious room, and whether you are travelling alone or with a huge group of friends or family, we are confident that we will be able to match you up with the perfect place to stay. So that you know just what your chosen accommodation will be like, we make sure to include photographs of your hotel taken from various angles, so that you can have a sneak preview of its rooms. In addition to this, we show you reviews written by other users of who have stayed at your hotel in the past; these are verified using our user reviewing scheme. With some lovely green spaces and lots of wonderful attractions to explore, the Altstadt and Lehel districts of Munich are brilliant places to spend a holiday of any length.

What's Alstadt-Lehel like?

Altstadt means Old Town, and in this district you will find some of the city's most gorgeous historic buildings. At the centre of Altstadr-Lehel is the square known as Marienplatz, which is a fantastic place to have a coffee, and is also home to the town hall (or Rathaus) with its famous 150 year old Glockenspiel clock that does a mini mechanical performance a couple of times every day. Another beautiful building to visit in this region of Munich is the splendid church known as Peterskirche. If you are looking for museums, head down to the part of this town known as the Residenz, where you can attend exhibitions on everything from art to culture and history.

How to get along with locals in Altstadt-Lehel

You may hear Munich being called by its German name, 'Munchen', so why not use this word when you are referring to the city so that you can blend in with the locals during your stay? People in German cities are famously open and welcoming, and when visiting this country it is considered polite to smile at people and say hello ('hallo') and goodbye ('auf wiedersehen' or 'auf wiederschauen') when meeting on trains or in restaurants or waiting rooms. Much of the Old Town of Munich is heavily pedestrianised, and many areas are pedestrian only, so why not do as locals do and explore the Altstadt-Lehel region on foot. At, we are experts in all districts of Munich, and this makes us ideally placed to bring you the perfect selection of hotels in Altstadt-Lehel, Munich.

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