Pension Westfalia is a bed and breakfast located just a few minutes from the heart of Munich and Marienplatz. In spite of its central location, the setting is quiet; in fact it is just a stone's throw from the Theresienwiese, a large open space in Munich's Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt borough that once served as the city's exhibition grounds and was bustling with activity throughout the year. Now this public park is a tranquil destination, except during the Oktoberfest season in the fall.
Access to the B&B is convenient: the nearest subway stop is just a two minutes' walk away. From the Goetheplatz subway station, the ride to Marienplatz is just four minutes (two stops).
We offer uniquely designed rooms to meet your specific needs: from single rooms to family rooms. Almost all rooms are furnished with TV, telephone and blowdryer. There is an elevator to ensure you and your luggage arrive comfortably in your room. We invite you to use the Internet PC in our lobby free of charge and to choose from our complimentary assortment of city maps and Munich tourism brochures to learn about sightseeing tours, attractions, restaurants and events. Our hotel has been built in a former mansion and its rooms feature much higher ceilings than in modern constructions, which gives you a genuine taste of old-style living. All the rooms have have wireless Internet access.
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Room Rates: single, double, 3-bed and 4-bed rooms in Munich
Quiet, clean and totally affordable single and double rooms in the heart of Munich. Budget rooms are with shared shower and toilet on the same floor. Rates in EUR (€).
- Single Room
- Standard with full private bathroom 50.00 to 60.00 | Budget room 38.00 to 45.00
- Double Room / Twin Room
- Standard with full private bathroom 68,- to 82.00 | Budget room 50.00 to 60.00
- Standard with full private bathroom 87.00 to 95.00 | Budget room 67,- to 75,
- Standard with full private bathroom from 99.00
- Additional bed
Rates are subject to change during the Oktoberfest and other special events in Munich.