Best Party Hostels in Munich

Munich is the capital city of Bavaria in Germany. It's also one of the most culturally rich cities in the country. It has impressive architecture, incredible museums, and great festivals. One of the most famous festivals in Munich is Oktoberfest which is a world renowned beer celebration. Travelers come from around the globe to take part in the festivities. Whatever time of year you find yourself in Munich, any of these hostels will ensure you have a great time.

How much do hostels in Munich cost?

Average Dorm Price $35 ($13 to $99)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $75 ($0 to $188)
Dorm Bed: $14.19
Private Room: $41.40
Overall Rating: 90%
This hostel is considered one of the great party hostels in Europe. It has a wonderful social atmosphere and is run by travelers for travelers. This is a great place to relax and have some beers with fellow travelers. There's an onsite bar that is popular with guests, and there always seems to be something going on. Unlike many party hostels, this one is also popular because it is remarkably clean.

This hostel is also in a great location that is near the main train station. It's just a five minute walk from the old town and is very close to Oktoberfest if that is when you are in town.

There are both dorms and private rooms available and many of the doubles even have their own terrace. Other amenities include lockers, wi-fi, a breakfast buffet, laundry facilities, 24 hour receptions, and no curfew or lockout period.
Senefelderstrasse 1 , Munich, Germany,
Dorm Bed: $12.00
Private Room: $25.00
Overall Rating: 87%
The Euro Youth Hostel is a favorite for backpackers to Munich. It has a popular onsite bar that serves both beer and cocktails. There is a happy hour every day betwe 6 pm and 9 pm and there's a large screen television that shows the major sporting events.

The hostel also offers some great amenities including a buffet breakfast for guests staying in the single, twin and double rooms, free walking tours, wi-fi throughout the facility, free lockers, tea, cheap bike rental, and discounts for pub crawls and bike tours.

The hostel attracts young guests who are interested in meeting other travelers and having a good time. These leads to a very social and friendly atmosphere where there is always someone around and something going on.

Senefelder Str.5 , Munich, Germany,
Dorm Bed: $22.47
Private Room: $26.02
Overall Rating: 79%
This hostel is another popular option for young backpackers. It has an onsite bar that is open every day between 6 pm and 2 am (sometimes later) and it is the only hostel that serves the famous Hofbrou beer from the tap. There's also a daily happy hour between 6 pm and 8 pm and then again between 10 pm and 11 pm.

The staff is wonderful and knowledgeable of the area. They are multilingual and are friendly and eager to help with any questions you might have. Other amenities available through the hostel include free linens, an all you can eat German breakfast buffet, wi-fi, luggage storage, walking tours, lockers, and wii games in the bar. This is a great hostel to meet other travelers and make some new friends.
Hirtenstrasse 18 80335 , Munich, Germany,

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