Our TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Munich North is situated centrally with good transport links to Munich Airport, close to the banks of the River Isar and only a few minutes from the Bavarian university town of Freising. The hotel near Munich has 143 friendly rooms with a light and airy atmosphere. Business travellers appreciate the fact that the hotel is conveniently situated for the Munich Trade Fair Centre, Munich Airport and Munich town centre. Families and city trippers enjoy the calm of our hotel and the idyllic location on the outskirts of the Bavarian metropolis. Our beautiful TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Munich North is also ideally situated for football and sport fans: In just a few minutes you can reach the Allianz Arena, e.g. to watch a live game of FC Bayern Munich!
In our hotel bar we are offering snacks and appetizers. Of course, a good Bavarian beer is also a must! Whether you are in our hotel's winter garden or beer garden – enjoy a pleasant break on the outskirts of Munich! Conference guests have a choice of four function rooms with daylight. Wellness guests relax in the hotel sauna.
The TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Munich North is situated in an idyllic area with beautiful natural surroundings on the outskirts of Munich. In around 30 minutes you can conveniently reach the Englische Garten, Marienplatz and numerous museums of the Bavarian state capital. Families can enjoy a visit to the Munich Zoo or spend a wonderfully relaxing day at Europe's largest thermal baths, the Therme Erding, with its range of wellness activities and a spectacular water park. Our TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Munich North is an ideal place to relax and contemplate after an exciting day in the centre of Munich.
To make your stay easier and more individual, we have put together some useful and interesting tickets that you can easily purchase at our reception:
Obazda (soft cheese), pretzels, Weißwurst (white sausage accompanied by a litre of good Bavarian beer – the people of Munich know how to enjoy the good life. Bavarian cuisine is down-to-earth and traditional; the original Hofbräuhaus am Platzl in Munich is the perfect place to enjoy the hearty delicacies. In Pschorr, the Augustinerkeller and the Hofbräukeller, the hearty food is supplemented by the appropriate drinks in litre glasses – their own version of Bavarian beer. The Chinesische Turm (Chinese Tower) in the Englischer Garten serves international cuisine.
But Munich is also an Eldorado for real connoisseurs: In the trendy and gourmet restaurants Käfer, Tantris and Schuhbeck‘s in den Tiroler Stuben, for example, you can eat exquisite food often in the company of celebrities. A top location for connoisseurs of high-quality products is Viktualienmarkt in Munich's city centre – stands laden with regional fruit and vegetables, Bavarian specialities and exotic spices, wines, fine cheeses and meat products hawk their wares here. The who is who of Munich's society meets here for a glass of Prosecco or for a down-to-earth mug of beer and a "Leberkäse Semmel" (a slice of meat loaf in a bread roll) in the beer garden next door. In addition to freshly roasted coffee products, the traditional Dallmayr store stocks fine foods and delicacies from all over the world.
Munich is s great place to shop – the town centre stores are close together and there is a wide range to choose from. Marienplatz, Neuhauserstraße and Kaufingerstraße form the heart of Munich's shopping paradise. You can find department stores and large chain stores in the pedestrian precinct, funky and extravagant accessories in the Gärtnerplatz and Glockenbach district, Haidhausen and Schwabing.
Those with more exclusive tastes and who want to shop for haute couture should take a stroll through the designer stores in Maximilianstraße, Residenzstraße and Theatinerstraße. The best places to shop for traditional Bavarian costumes such as Lederhosen and Dirndls are the Lederhosenmacherei and Lodenfrey. Viktualienmarkt and the traditional Dallmayr store in the town centre are Munich's top locations for delicatessen and fine foods.
The small streets and alleys around Viktualienmarkt are home to numerous individual shops which offer antiques and bric à brac, fashion and jewellery, creative living accessories, books and much more. The streets and alleys north of the Isar valley towards Hofbräuhaus are also worth a visit. There is plenty here for souvenir hunters, music lovers and football fans. And a Bavarian gift for your loved ones is also quick to buy.
Night life in Munich is legendary – party people can find numerous bars, cafés, jazz bars and clubs around Münchener Freiheit in Schwabing. The party mile is particularly popular among young people and students. The Alter Simpl pub is the birthplace of the satirical magazine Simplicissimus and is still an unconventional institution where you can tipple until the early hours. The Hofbräuhaus am Platzl in the city centre is a real Munich institution. People eat, drink and sway until the early hours of the morning here.
Those who want to "shake a leg" are in their element in one of Munich's many clubs. One of the most well-known clubs in Munich, with its roots in Ibiza, is at Maximilian Platz: Pacha is regularly host to renowned guest DJs from the house music scene. The Munich society clubs Maximilian's and the famous P1 are chic and expensive, with strict door control. The Café am Hochhaus is one of the most popular trend bars in the city; it plays alternating music genres and attracts a colourful mix of clientèle. The huge Alabamahall, which is host to exciting club nights, is also one of the best party locations in Munich. The Atomic Café in the city centre is more intimate but no less rocky: Live music and guest DJs shake the walls here.