Memmingen is located not far from Ulm and offers a nearby international airport and access to Lake Constance and the mountains of the Austrian Vorarlberg further south.
The compact central area surrounded by the former town walls is where most of the accommodation in Memmingen is located.
The hotels chosen are mainly from the four-star and three-star categories and some of them have online booking facilities through our travel fulfilment partner Booking.com. You can check availability at those particular hotels by clicking on the button under the hotel.
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(Please note that this selection will also include some pensions and self-catering apartments for those who are interested in that form of accommodation!)
Allgäu Airport - as the nearby airport at Memmingerberg is known - has become a popular destination for the lower-cost carriers.
Although it is a small regional airport it sits near a convenient motorway junction and is a good access point for the general Allgäu region.
Public transport connections have also improved over the years, with long distance bus services and a regular connection to Memming train station.
Travellers from outside Germany may see the airport described additionally as 'Munich West' - in fact it is 115km away from the city and far closer to Ulm.
The town is obviously most conveniently served by its local airport. However the relative lack of choice of flights might lead to other alternatives being more appropriate.
Distance to Allgäu Airport: 5km
Distance to Friedrichshafen Airport: 78km
Distance to Stuttgart Airport: 137km
Distance to Munich Airport: 141km
Friedrichshafen, on the shores of Lake Constance, is a similar airport to Allgäu Airport in terms of carriers and choice, while Stuttgart has many scheduled flights. Munich however offers the widest choice of all.
The Memmingen train station is located on the edge of the old walled town (in fact, some of those walls were pulled down to construct the original buildings) and has high-speed connections into the inter-city network, especially between Zurich and Munich. There are regular regional services to the southern part of the Allgäu and north to Ulm.