Published on : Friday, August 11, 2017
Mandarin Oriental, Munich is offering guests an opportunity to experience Bavaria’s world-famous beer festival in style this autumn. Guests booking its Oktoberfest Package will enjoy luxurious accommodation, Bavarian gourmet treats, an exclusive vintage bus ride from the hotel to the event, and much sought-after access to the famous Schützen-Festzelt tent. The package is available throughout the Oktoberfest period from 16 September to 3 October 2017.
Dating back to 1810, the world’s biggest beer festival is a much-anticipated occasion on the Bavarian cultural calendar. By taking part in this celebration, guests will enjoy some of Germany’s finest beers, all brewed in Munich, and sample traditional food, such as Schweinebraten (roast pork), Würstl (sausages), Brezn (pretzels) and Käsespätzle (cheese noodles).
The Oktoberfest Package includes entry to the Schützen-Festzelt tent where locals and visitors of all ages mingle and enjoy Bavarian specialities, sitting together at long tables. One of the first tents to make an appearance at Oktoberfest, locally known as ‘Wiesn’, it is world-famous for serving a delicious pork dish prepared in an authentic Bavarian manner with malt beer sauce and potato-salad.
Accompanied by their VIP host, guests will travel from the hotel to the festival aboard a vintage bus, and be treated to delicious drinks and giant Bavarian pretzels on the way. On arrival at Oktoberfest, their VIP host will accompany them to their table in the Schützen-Festzelt tent.
Also, guests receive a selection of Bavarian gifts and delicacies in their room when they check-in at Mandarin Oriental, Munich, to help them start off their Oktoberfest celebrations. Treats include a 2017 Oktoberfest special edition mug created by the hotel.
The Oktoberfest Package starts from EUR 880 per night, based on two people sharing, and includes:
This package is valid for overnight stays from 16 September to 3 October 2017 and is subject to availability. Group offers are available on request.
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