Anytime is the best time to go to Oktoberfest, it’s the world’s original, biggest, and best beer festival! But, while Munich’s famous beer fest is always the most fun you…
Budget Accommodation Oktoberfest 2019
Where you stay at Oktoberfest this year will make all the difference to your drunken Germanic experience. There are a lot of things you’ve got to consider here, the most important being what percentage of your budget goes towards beer and what goes towards your bed for the night. You may think that there’s no budget accommodation at Oktoberfest, and there kind of isn’t, but nevertheless we’ve put together a list of the few options there are to help you out (and to convince you to make the best decision and book with Stoke).
Where to stay for Oktoberfest
Camping at Oktoberfest
The cheapest per night of your options but not necessarily the cheapest overall. It generally costs €35 per night to pitch your tent in one of the Oktoberfest campsites, which is pretty good, but you’ve got to factor in transporting all your camping equipment there and so, particularly if flying is involved, this option could quickly start adding up to more than you expected.
20% bed : 80% beer
Hostels for Oktoberfest
Usually the go to option for any budget traveller however, hostels during Oktoberfest are crazy expensive. At best, you’ll manage to find a bed for just under €100 and that’s just for a bunk in a room full of lederhosened vomit time bombs. While it may not be the most expensive, in terms of value for money, this is probably your worst option.
70% bed : 10% beer
Airbnb for Oktoberfest
You’ll have to be pretty ahead of the pack to grab something close and without completely insane prices, meaning you’ll have to book months in advance but if you do this, you’ll still be spending at least €80 for a room or €200 – 500 for an apartment close to the beer halls. So if you stay for a few nights, you’ll probably be paying the equivalent of your month’s rent.
80% bed : 20% beer
Hotels for Oktoberfest
Unless you’ve got a shit tonne of cash to splash, really just not an option at all. Prices at all the hotels with be jacked-up for Oktoberfest so if you want to be anywhere near the beer halls you could be spending more than €300 a night. That’s a lot of potential beer.
90% bed : 10% beer
Don’t worry, it’s not all bad. Stokes got your back. For €60 a night, you’ll be set up in the midst of Stoketoberfest where you’ll be escorted to your already pitched and set up tents including mattresses and sleeping bags. You’ll be served free breakfast and dinner each day and for an extra €10 you’ll also get unlimited beer and sangria. Not only will you be set up in Oktoberfest but you’ll also be part of Stoke’s very own festival within it where you’ll be fed and washed and drunk with people from around the world.
30% bed including unlimited beer and sangria : 70% more beer
Now that you’ve weighed your options, book it so you can get stoked about hanging with Stoke at Oktoberfest!
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