The imperial flair of KING's HOTELs has offered the perfect setting for many film shoots. Our partners include BB-Promotion, CSD Munich, Constantin Entertainment, Manfred Baumann Photographer, the "Oben Ohne" Youth Festival of the Kreisjugendring Munich and many more. Additionally, KING's HOTELs sponsor several Munich community activities and organizations
Generali Munich Marathon
KING's HOTELs have been partner hotels since 2000 and sponsors of the official Munich Marathon. This sporting event annually brings together thousands of ambitious athletes from across the nation in the capital of Bavaria. Become our guest, too.
Long Night of the Museums
The "Long Night of the Museums" takes place regularly in Munich. It is a joint action of several cultural institutions and museums. They are open until late at night and attract visitors with a flat rate that allows entry to all participating houses. Even the use of public transport is included in the price. How convenient that KING's HOTELs are within walking distance of the Museum Quarter!
The biggest and most famous event in Munich is undoubtedly Oktoberfest. Originally the celebration of the Bavarian Crown Prince’s wedding, it’s now attracting guests from all over the world. Soon it will be time again. When the beer tent reads: "O 'taps is," the signal for this popular occasion has arrived. The Munich Oktoberfest is a very popular attraction for people from the region, but also from all parts of the world. Every year, millions of visitors come to the Oktoberfest to witness and celebrate the festival live. Actually, it is not surprising that many guests from Japan, the United States and Italy come back to be part of this big event. After all, the most diverse cultures meet here and peacefully celebrate one of the largest folk festivals in the world.
The Tollwood takes place every six months alternately on the Theresienwiese and in the Olympic Park. Interestingly, the first Tollwood took place in the Olympic Park during the summer of 1988. Originally, there were artists from the area, only with the years it has settled, that increasingly also international interpreters inspire the audience. In general, it’s a festival that is divided into a creative market, a bio-certified gastronomy and an art program of plays, music and visual arts. Since the winter of 1991, in addition to the summer rollwood, there is also a winter rollwood.
One of the most beautiful Christmas markets can be found in the Bavarian capital. Since 1972, the largest Christmas market in Munich takes place on the Marienplatz, which has become a fixture in Advent. Every year from the end of November to the 24th of December, many guests visit the Christmas market in front of the stylish backdrop of the old town. One hundred and fifty different stalls offer visitors Christmas goods and many delicacies. Worth seeing is the 25-meter-high Christmas tree that’s placed in front of the town hall on the Marienplatz every year. The market on Marienplatz is open every day. However, most guests do not know that there are some other Christkindl markets in Munich that should not be missed.