The Best Hotels in Münster for Every Traveller

The Mauritzhof Hotel is an elegant and luxurious boutique hotel in Münster, Germany
The Mauritzhof Hotel is an elegant and luxurious boutique hotel in Münster, Germany | Courtesy of Mauritzhof Hotel / Expedia
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3 December 2020

Münster has a few different claims to fame. It’s the historic site where the Thirty Years’ War ended, it’s a university city of young academics, and it just so happens to be the bicycle capital of Germany. Amid its numerous historic and cultural attractions, solo travellers, visiting families and business visitors can all find their ideal stay in the city. Whatever atmosphere you may be looking for, here are the best places to stay in Münster.

Stadthotel Münster

Luxury, Hotel
4.2/5 (127 Reviews)
Stadthotel Münster
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From $108 Per night per room
For travellers who love to be in the heart of the action, the Stadthotel Münster is the place to rest your head. From this centrally located hub, it’s easy to walk through Münster’s old town to see historic sites such as Prinzipalmarkt, St-Paulus-Dom and the Rathaus. The hotel also rents out city bikes and e-bikes, so you can take your urban adventures even further. The rooms are simply designed, but who needs frills anyway when you’re busy exploring?
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Factory Hotel

Boutique Hotel
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Factory Hotel Münster
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Trend seekers have plenty to peruse at the Factory Hotel. Here, raw concrete walls – harkening back to the site’s former days as a brewery – create an attractive balance with the clean, minimalist furnishings. But it’s not just about what’s indoors, the hip hotel is the centerpiece of the Germania Campus, an urban redevelopment project with plenty of enticing places to shop and eat as well as a little lakeside terrace.

Hotel International am Theater

Hotel, Budget Hotel
4.1/5 (29 Reviews)
Hotel International Am Theater
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From $105 Per night per room
Theatre-goers will be hard-pressed to find a more convenient place to stay than the Hotel International am Theater. The family-run hotel is across the street from Theater Münster, so with just a 1-minute walk, you’ll be ready to enjoy an entertaining cultural performance like a play or symphony concert. The hotel offers rooms that are modestly decorated and a satisfying breakfast buffet consisting of muesli, eggs, cheese and homemade sausage.
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Mauritzhof Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Luxury
4.5/5 (22 Reviews)
Mauritzof Hotel
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From $202 Per night per room
The Mauritzhof Hotel is a stylish sanctuary for design aficionados. One of the first members of the international Design Hotels collection, this boutique hotel is a study in cosmopolitan elegance, with attractive rooms decorated in darker, muted tones. Throughout, you’ll find other luxurious details cleverly built into the interior design, like intelligent lighting, custom-made pocket-spring beds with feather underbedding, and bathroom floor heating.
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Lilis kleines Hotel

3.1/5 (9 Reviews)
Lilis Kleines Hotel
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From $95 Per night per room
One for nature lovers, Lilis kleines Hotel is housed in an ivy-covered, century-old farmhouse located about a 20-minute drive from the city centre. While the small building was completely renovated in 2018, it retains its quirky charm with its differently themed rooms (for example, the Red Room, the Art Room, and the Steve McQueen room). The Werse, a tributary of the River Ems, is close by, and the hotel has its own rental canoe available if you want to get out on the water.
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  • Hotel Gasthof zur Post

    Bed and Breakfast, Inn, Budget Hotel
    4.1/5 (9 Reviews)
    Hotel Gasthof Zur Post
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    From $84 Per night per room
    With its large, inviting beer garden, the Hotel Gasthof zur Post is a quiet, quaint spot for beer lovers, outside of the bustling city. If the weather isn’t in your favor for outdoor imbibing, enjoy your Kellerbier inside the hotel’s cosy, pub-like restaurant. When it’s time to eat, fill your belly with some hearty German food, like the Münsterlandschnitzel.
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    Hotel Kaiserhof

    4.3/5 (393 Reviews)
    Hotel Kaiserhof
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    From $109 Per night per room
    The upscale, four-star Hotel Kaiserhof welcomes indulgent types who like to balance their sightseeing with plenty of pampering. Within the hotel’s spa, which is free to access for guests, a whirl tub, a steam bath, multiple saunas and a massage chair beckon you to come for a moment of zen. Since the train station is just across the street, you can relax right until you need to wave goodbye to the city.
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    Adler Hotel & Spa

    Spa Hotel, Hotel
    4.7/5 (3 Reviews)
    Adler Hotel & Spa
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    From $131 Per night per room
    Business travellers called to Münster will find all their needs met at the Adler Hotel & Spa. Located near university buildings and Technologiepark, the hotel offers a shuttle service, which will take you to wherever it is you need to be in the city. Back in the rooms, bursts of jewel tones brighten up the simple white and grey furnishings. When it’s time to take a break from work, head up to the rooftop terrace for a drink and some fresh air, or unwind in the whiskey-and-cigar lounge.
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    Park-Lodge am Rohrbusch

    Apartment, Guesthouse
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    Park Lodge Am Rohrbusch
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    Great for families, the Park-Lodge am Rohrbusch leans more toward home than hotel. The family rooms fits four people, and there’s also a separate guest house that can hold up to 10 guests. Bringing Fido along? No problem – pets are welcome, too. Each of the rooms has its own kitchenette, including a fridge, a microwave and a kettle, making it easy to save and settle in during your stay. When you’re looking for ways to keep the kids entertained, check out nearby attractions such as mini golf and bowling.
    These recommendations were updated on December 3, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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