Hotel Recommendations

For the event "Wallstreet on Tap" we are able to offer you the possibility to choose out of four Hotels to book your room with. At each Hotel we contracted 25 guestrooms as a call-in allotment. Please use the keyword "Wallstreet on Tap" to book your room.

The special room rates are available until 31.03.2020. After 31.03.2020 (cut-off date) all remaining rooms will be released for general sales. Any further reservation requests sent after this date can only be offered subject to availability. 

 All guests are responsible for the payment of their own hotel charges. The hotels are all in walking distance to EY office in Arnulfstraße 59 and to Wies’n . From Courtyard to EY it is a bit further away, but still doable.


Eurostars Hotel on Arnulfstraße

23.-24.09.2020 381,00 € single room and 393,00 € double room/ per night
24.-25.09.2020 371,00 € single room and 383,00 € double room/ per night
Breakfast is included.
Cancellation will be charged with a 90% cancellation fee.

Ibis München City Arnulfpark on Arnulfstraße
23.-24.09.2020 262,00 € single room/ per night
24.-25.09.2020 294,00 € single room/ per night
Breakfast is included.
The reservation can be canceled free of charge until 28 days prior to arrival. Afterwards cancelation will be charged with a 90% cancellation fee.

Roomers, on Landsberger Straße 68;  https://www.roomers-munich.com/
23.-24.09.2020 475,00 € double room single use/ per night
24.-25.09.2020 475,00 € double room single use/ per night
Breakfast is included.
The reservation can be canceled free of charge 4 weeks prior to arrival.

Courtyard by Marriott München City Center, on Schwanthalerstraße 37; Book your group rate for Wall Street on Tap through this link
23.-24.09.2020 414,00 € double room single use/ per night
24.-25.09.2020 414,00 € double room single use/ per night
Breakfast is included.
The reservation can be canceled free of charge until 23 April 2020. Afterwards cancelation will be charged with a 90% cancellation fee.

 

Here are some fun facts for you about the Oktoberfest (but please don’t fact check us and just enjoy the gist of the statistics). This is the largest Volksfest (People's festival) in the world where more than 6 million visitors will congregate and drink more than 7 million liters of beer (ein Mass), eat over 500,000 chickens (ein Hendl – a half a chicken), 120,000 pairs of sausages and 70,000 pork knuckles (schweinshaxen). Here is a short history of the Oktoberfest to show that you will be a part of real history, and not just attending some drinking event :
Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig, later King Ludwig von Bayern, marries Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen on 12 October 1810. The Bavarian royalty invited the citizens of Munich to attend the festivities, held on the fields in front of the city gates. These famous public fields were named Theresienwiese—"Therese's fields"—in honor of the crown princess; although locals have since abbreviated the name simply to the "Wies'n."

The decision to repeat the festivities in the subsequent year gave rise to the tradition of the annual Oktoberfest. The celebrations leading up to the wedding were lengthened over time. which now begin in late September and lasts until the first Sunday in October.

So unpack the lederhosen and the dirndl, and we hope to see you in Muenchen!