Ingolstadt is a busy commercial town with plenty of business traffic (not just limited to Audi!). That means that many of the more luxurious hotels tend to the more modern corporate style of accommodation rather than the traditional Bavarian.
The railway stations in Ingolstadt are also outside the main city centre - although with good transport access - and this means that there are relatively few hotels in amongst the main sights. Most of them can be found in a convenient location for the motorway and the nearby business area; the city ring road; or one of the train stations.
The hotels chosen are mainly from the four-star and three-star superior categories and some of them have online booking facilities through our travel fulfilment partner Booking.com. You can check availability and location for those particular hotels by clicking on the button under the hotel.
If you know when you are planning to go but haven't decided on accommodation, then use the map below to get an idea of which properties are available and to compare prices during the period you wish to travel.
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(Please note that this selection will also include some guesthouses, pensions and self-catering apartments for those who are interested in that form of accommodation!)
Ingolstadt is halfway between Nuremberg and Munich, which tends to make the massive range of flights and cities served by one of Germany's largest airports the logical choice.
Distance to Munich Airport: 71km
Distance to Nuremberg Airport: 107km
Distance to Memmingen Airport: 187km
Nuremberg is generally a much smaller airport, while the more distant Allgäu Airport at Memmingen is a popular location for budget airlines but is less practical when it comes to public transport.
Ingolstadt has two railway stations. The Hauptbahnhof, the main train station on the frequent Intercity routes, is situated some way to the south of the city centre with good public transport access. The Nordbahnhof is part of the regional train service and is a little bit closer to the centre.