The city of Munich, Germany, is known for being green with public parks, having many historic churches and prestigious museums, and, of course, holding the world-famous Oktoberfest. There’s something for everyone in Munich, making the city one of Europe’s most popular destinations.
If you’re planning to be one of the many people who flock to the city each year, you’ll need a good home base to rest between adventures. We want to help you find that, which is why we’ve put together a list of the best Airbnbs in Munich. To ensure we’re showing you high quality options, we’ve only selected rentals run by superhosts, hosts who have lots of good reviews and a record of great service. Some of them also belong to Airbnb Plus, and their rentals have undergone in-person inspection by a member of Airbnb staff to verify quality.
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Serene, Nature-Themed Hideaway
This bright and airy apartment is spacious, with room for up to six guests. Crisp white décor and light wood accents make this Munich Airbnb feel open and welcoming, and walls with plant prints bring Mother Nature into the space without having to deal with humidity or allergies. It’s a perfect location for a family or friend group looking for rental apartments in Munich with a down-to-earth feel.
The bedroom space in this rental is divided from the main apartment by a bookshelf that spans the majority of the room, leaving a space to walk through to the queen-size bed adorned with extra pillows and blankets. The bookshelf is hollow, so it can also be used as a bedside table, and the TV it holds is visible from either side. The living room has a turquoise travel trunk repurposed as a coffee table and a blue sectional couch that pulls out into a sofa bed. For even more sleeping space, a second couch located off to the side of the dining room pulls out into a second sofa bed that can accommodate two guests as well. The dining room itself has a table with benches.
In the kitchen, a flat-top stove is inlaid in the counter, and the wall continues the greenery pattern. There is also a convection oven, espresso maker, dishwasher, and washing machine. In the bathroom, sleek black tile creates a spa-like feeling, and the walk-in shower has both a rain-style showerhead and an adjustable one.
Urban Minimalist Apartment
This sunny unit is decorated in soft neutral shades to create a soothing atmosphere. It has room for up to four guests and is located near the city center and the Isar River. With modern furnishings and plenty of sites and museums within walking distance, this is a great choice if you’re looking for vacation rentals in Munich that let you experience both old and new.
The sleek full kitchen is done in all grays and straight lines, and it has a stovetop, dishwasher, espresso maker, and plenty of other appliances. A dining space next to the kitchen has three chairs situated around the table and condiments provided. The living room has a comfy ivory-colored sleeper sofa that can accommodate two people and geometric art that adds a pop of color on the walls.
The bathroom has a tiled walk-in shower with an adjustable showerhead and glass door. There’s also a heated towel rack to make your experience that much more relaxing. In the bedroom, a king-size bed sits across from a wall-mounted Smart TV. Nightstands rest on either side, and both traditional wall-mounted lamps and poseable reading spotlights hang above them.
Warm Oasis Near the Heart of the City
This Airbnb in Munich has a warm color palette accented with black patterns to create a carefully balanced atmosphere that feels both homey and modern. It’s nestled in an excellent location for touring the city and is perfect for two guests or a solo traveler looking for efficient but cozy short-term apartment rentals in Munich.
The apartment is set up in a classic studio-style layout. The bed sits against one wall and has a nightstand with an adjustable metal lamp that can be posed to light up the whole room or just your favorite book. A chest of drawers provides space to store personal effects and doubles as a stand for some pop art and a cable TV. In the kitchen, you’ll find a flat top stove, a dishwasher, a microwave, and an espresso maker. A dining table for two includes a tablecloth and tiered candle set.
Black-and-white tiles and stencil-printed glass bottles add a vintage-style charm to the bathroom, where there is a combination shower and bathtub with an adjustable showerhead. Throughout the space, you’ll also find plants that add a pop of color and freshness.
Luxury Design Studio
This apartment is a fantastic option if you’re interested in renting an apartment in Munich with a luxurious, contemporary atmosphere. It can accommodate up to three guests and has lots of art on the walls and cozy rose gold and blush accents.
In the kitchen, you’ll find a stove, oven, kettle, fridge, toaster, and coffee maker. A dark wood table and artfully mismatched seats sit in the dining room nearby. Along the wall shelves are artistic touches and books in a few different languages, and a TV provides further entertainment. The couch serves both as a place to relax and as a sleeping area for one person.
The bed itself has a wicker frame and a combination of neutral and blush-colored sheets and blankets that provide a very comfortable place to unwind. A nightstand between the bed and the wall holds an old-fashioned beaded reading lamp. In the bathroom, you’ll find furnishings with crisp, geometric shapes and a double vanity. The terrace outside has both a table and a bench where you can sip some coffee and enjoy the weather.
Bright and Spacious Studio Apartment
If good lighting for your vacation photos is important, you’ll definitely want to check out this dazzling Munich Airbnb. There are lights set into the ceiling, huge windows to let in the sun, and crisp white walls and floors to help brighten the space as much as possible.
There are three places to sleep in this studio. A double bed can accommodate two people, and both a single bed and a couch are available as well. If you’re traveling with little ones, there are also child safety gates and a travel crib available. The bathroom has a large tub with an adjustable showerhead. And if you or a member of your party needs accessibility options, it’s worth noting that this Airbnb in Munich is located in a building with an elevator. This, paired with open floor space, makes the studio one of the more accessible vacation apartments for rent in Munich.
A large smart TV is mounted on the wall across from the couch, coffee table, and beds, letting your whole party join in comfortably on movie night. A small kitchen includes a fridge, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, stove, kettle, and coffee maker. And if you have an event in the city and want to look your very best, the apartment also has a washing machine, drying rack, and iron available.
Chic Apartment With Garden and Patio
This apartment pairs cool neutral grays and whites with red accents that bring out the warmth of the natural brick walls. It’s also one of the best Airbnb rentals in Munich for travelers who want some time outdoors that isn’t surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the city, as it has a private patio and garden to relax in.
A queen-sized bed is backed by the natural bricks in the bedroom and has white nightstands on either side with trendy silver sphere lamps. A white chair and tall mirror furnish the rest of the room. In the living room, there’s a gray sofa with artsy pillows, and it pulls out into a second bed for two additional guests. It sits near the wall-mounted TV, next to a glass coffee table standing atop a super-soft shag rug. In the white tile bathroom, a shower-and-tub-combo is to one side, and a large drying rack provides a place to dry laundry and towels.
A table set against one wall near the kitchen provides a dining nook for two, and a breakfast bar seats two more people. Outside in the garden, a table with three chairs and an umbrella is another great place to sip your morning coffee. In the sleek and modern full kitchen, a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, stove, oven, and coffee maker are all available for use.
Colorful, Curated Apartment
This Airbnb in Munich has pops of color sprinkled throughout the apartment. The décor is varied, detailed, and well thought out, giving the home a similar feeling to a fun independent art museum. It has room for up to four guests and is located near parks, bars, and museums.
If the apartment is like an art museum, the living room may be the grand atrium that holds the masterpiece. Large bronze-and-teal wall art depicts serene faces, a rose gold lamp sits atop a distressed-style white-and-blue armoire, and a rug with red accents rests under a carved table. From the ceiling hangs a chandelier, and one turquoise wall is covered mostly by a mirror. In the kitchen, the décor takes a more minimalist approach, with straight lines, richly toned wood countertops, and white cabinetry. All the basic kitchen appliances are available, plus thoughtful additions like a tea kettle, blender, and rice maker.
In the bedroom, a king-size bed sits next to a window with soft gauzy curtains that let in diffused sunlight. For additional sleeping space, an air mattress is provided. Ivory-colored lamps on the walls and blue accent pieces on the shelves bring color into this room as well. In the bathroom, there’s both a rain-style showerhead and a standard adjustable one, and they stand in a combo shower and bathtub. And if you’re hoping for a Munich Airbnb that will allow your furry friends to join, this is a great pet-friendly option.
Sunny Loft With Lots of Greenery
With two terraces and big windows throughout the building, this gorgeous loft just west of the Old Town city center has an open, fresh feeling. It has room for up to four people and is one of the best Munich Airbnbs for travelers that want a nature-oriented retreat that’s still just minutes away from the coolest sites in the city.
Long cream-colored couches line the walls of the sitting room, and stone tables act both as stylish accents and a place to set coffee cups or board games. Lamps hang from the ceiling in front of a bookcase, and huge floor-to-ceiling windows provide a beautiful view. The kitchen is small but economical, with a stove, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, oven, and coffeemaker. Counter space surrounds the stove and serves as a breakfast bar. A second dining area seats eight, perfect if you have friends in the city. A set of nesting stairs pull out from the breakfast bar area, allowing you to walk up to where the wall-mounted staircase begins and ascend to the upstairs loft.
You’ll find a king-size bed and a queen-size bed, both equipped with soft pillows and extra blankets. One is located in a bedroom across from a TV and has a wall-mounted reading light above it. The other is in the loft space above the kitchen and has two poseable lights as well as a safety railing and privacy curtains. The bathroom has a glass-walled walk-in shower with an adjustable showerhead. Accessed by large sliding glass doors, the terraces outside have lots of flowers, some wooden chairs and a table, and a small above-ground cement water feature for ambience.
Modern Flat Near Subway Station
If you know that you’ll be depending on public transportation to enjoy your trip, you’re almost definitely on the hunt for an Airbnb in Munich that’s close to the city’s extensive and impressive subway system. After all, less time spent walking to and from the station means more time checking off your to-do list. Located just half a block from the train, this apartment is as convenient as it is classy.
The bedroom has a queen-size bed that sits underneath a blue-toned painting. Nightstands on either side hold alarm clocks and lamps, and a large window lets in plenty of light but has room-darkening curtains as well. In the living room, the couch sits next to a glass-top table and a silver and blush floor lamp. It can pull out into a sofa bed to accommodate two additional guests. A glass-door walk-in shower stands in the sleek gray and white tile bathroom, and a large mirror has built-in lighting.
In the kitchen, a stove, microwave, electric kettle, fridge, toaster, and rice maker will help you create all your favorite dishes. A dining table is placed on the other side of the room and has seats for four. Outside, a covered balcony overlooks the city, and a table and chair provide a place to relax.
Airy and Stylish Contemporary Apartment
With high ceilings, bright lighting, and big glass doors that lead to a balcony with city views, this apartment evokes a feeling of freshness. It’s within walking distance of many shops and boutiques, making this Munich Airbnb perfect for the traveler who can’t leave without a few souvenirs. Another perk of this apartment is the accessibility features. The home has a wide entryway with no steps, making it an excellent place to stay for anyone who uses mobility equipment.
A queen-size bed sits in the bedroom underneath an arrangement of monochromatic wall art. There are lamps both on the side tables and mounted on the wall. A tall glass door leads to a private French balcony. In the living room, a second balcony is also accessible through tall glass doors, and there’s a wall-mounted TV and a coffee table. The couch also converts into a bed that can sleep two more people.
Under the TV is a dining nook with a natural wood table and three chairs. When you’re ready to prepare your food, the kitchen has sleek black countertops and all the standard appliances. In the bathroom, you’ll find a glass-door walk-in shower and a washing machine.
Quiet, Private Apartment
This cozy apartment has room for two guests and is decorated with natural wood floors, pops of color, and an artful combination of plants and industrial-style furnishings. It’s an Airbnb in Munich designed for solo travelers and couples looking for a calm place to escape from the bustle of the city.
For meals, you’ll have access to a fridge, microwave, stove, and coffee maker on a small kitchenette-on-wheels. A dining area has a black table adorned with floral accents. Next to the mobile kitchenette is the living room setup, with a couch, a small coffee table, and a large cactus that gives the room a ton of personality. Light pours in from the glass door that leads out to the balcony. Across from the couch is an entertainment stand holding more florals and a large TV.
The bedroom has balcony access as well, along with a king-size bed that sits under a wall mirror. There are fashionable side tables with lamps on either side of the bed. In the bathroom, a shower-and-tub combo has an adjustable showerhead and glass doors, and a drying rack is mounted on the wall for you to dry both your towels and your laundry.
Cozy, City-Centric Studio
This studio-style apartment is small but clever and economical in how the space is used. It’s designed for only one or two guests and provides all the amenities you need for a great stay. It’s located within walking distance of many of Munich’s best attractions, making it an excellent option for travelers who just want a comfy place to rest and regroup between adventures.
The bed is located in a cutout nook on one side of the apartment and has nightstands on either side and lots of pillows. In the bathroom, you’ll find a walk-in shower with an adjustable showerhead. A cabinet between the bed and sitting area holds kitchenette basics such as a coffee maker, and a minibar is provided free of charge. For larger meals, the apartment is minutes away from many of Munich’s best restaurants.
In the sitting area, there’s a chair and an ottoman. The wall-mounted TV is visible from both the sitting area and the bed, so you can watch from anywhere in the room. A writing desk is nestled into one corner with a padded chair, and both a lamp and window provide the best lighting for video calls.
Big and Vibrant Apartment
If you’re traveling with a large group, it can be challenging to find a place to stay without getting split up. Airbnbs are incredibly helpful, as many have room for several more people than typical hotels. This Munich Airbnb certainly does, with space and furnishings to accommodate up to twelve guests.
The living room has a comfy gray couch with yellow throw pillows and a matching yellow rug. The couch has four separate sections that can be moved around to accommodate multiple people for movie night, and each section can be converted into a single bed to sleep up to four people total. A window to one side lets in sunlight, and a TV is mounted to the wall on the other side. Across from the living room is a formal dining room with a combination of chairs and benches. In the kitchen, a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, stove, and coffee maker provide the means to prepare meals for everyone.
There are two bedrooms. Both have two double beds adorned with gray patterned quilts and yellow accents. Small windows let in sunlight without being overwhelmingly bright. In the spacious white tile bathroom, there’s a glass walk-in shower and lots of under-sink storage for personal effects.
Soothing, Comfortable Retreat
While not made to fit quite as many guests as the previous apartment, this roomy rental can accommodate up to six guests, making it perfect for midsized groups of friends or families with kids. It has a serene color scheme and is designed with comfort and rest in mind.
There are two bedrooms in this apartment, each with a queen-size bed. One is themed with navy blue accents and the other with gray. They also have floor-to-ceiling mirrors to allow you to inspect your entire outfit and look your best. The couch in the living room pulls out into a sofa bed for two. It sits across from a wall-mounted TV and is accompanied by a mirrored table set and a soft yarn rug. To one side are tall glass doors that let in sun and lead to a balcony.
On the other side is a dining table that seats four. The kitchen has a fridge, oven, stove, coffee maker, dishwasher, and lots of plates, glassware, and cooking utensils. The apartment’s half bath includes natural wood shelving and a drying rack, and the full bathroom has a glass-walled walk-in shower and a washing machine and dryer.
Roomy, Natural-Toned Apartment
This apartment has lots of space and pairs natural wood tones and animal prints to create a natural collection of tans, browns, and creamy off-whites that the rest of the home is based on. It has room for up to six guests and marries classic and modern design in one very cozy combination.
The main room holds both a living room and a kitchen and dining space. The couch, which can sleep two people when pulled out into a bed, sits atop a fur rug that adds personality and warmth. A TV stands atop an entertainment cabinet on the other side of the room, and a wicker chair is padded with more fur. The dining space has a natural wood table and five white chairs, and is lit by a line of hanging lights. In the kitchen, you’ll find a standard set of appliances.
There are two bedrooms in this apartment. One has a king-size bed, and the other has a full-size bed. They both have crisp white sheets, carefully selected art, and large windows with room-darkening curtains. There are also 1.5 baths. The full bathroom has a walk-in shower, and both bathrooms have large mirrors with built-in vanity lights.
Whether you’re traveling for business, to visit family, or just for fun, having an excellent place to stay is always important. No matter how many people you’re traveling with or the reason for your visit, you’re sure to find a great place to stay among the very best Airbnbs in Munich.
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