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Tessa "I went on this trip last year and I had a really good time. I included the unlimited booze option which was a really good choice so you could have a couple ( quite a lot to be honest) of drinks before going to the actual Oktoberfest, i learned to drink breakfast beer there, best thing ever. The people I met there were really amazing, i went on my own and i never felt like an outsider. The only n..."
Start and end in Munich! With the oktoberfest tour Oktoberfest (2 nights), you have a 3 day tour package taking you through Munich, Germany. Oktoberfest (2 nights) includes accommodation as well as an expert guide, meals.
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- MMilouWritten on February 13, 20184.0 - GoodIt was so much fun! Would go again !Show detailed ratings
- CCaseyWritten on October 18, 20175.0 - ExcellentI was there for the middle weekend, and the campsite was packed with people keen to party 24/7. I was tempted to stay at the Stoke bar with the crazy stokies but with the help of some new found friends made it to the Halls. Best weekend of my lifeShow detailed ratings
- MNMarisaWritten on September 25, 20171.5 - Rather poorSTAY AWAY FROM STOKE. Beware people!!!! Obviously wasn't going to be a warm and nice motel or hotel or AirBnB, but overall a shit and horrible experience. Definitely overpriced for camping in such a shitty environment. 1) The tents are old and disgusting. 2) The sleeping bags are thin and definitely not made for camping outdoors. Layering up doesn't even keep you warm at nights. 3) the blow up mattresses kept deflating no matter how many times you asked them to blow it back up. One of my friends had a hole in hers, asked a staffer to get her another, but the staffer pretended to give her a new one when it was the same exact one bc they did not have new mattresses to replace old, damaged mattress. 4) Their drinks are disgusting. One of the girls I went with found a slug in her sangria. The rude bartender then told her to fuck off when she complained. 5) if you are a germaphobe this place is your worst nightmare bc the are restrooms disgusting. They were rarely cleaned (one night there was feces and tampons and period blood in one toilet) and did not have enough toilet paper or soap. 6) there food is honestly so so so so gross. FOOD POISONING. Saturday night, August 23, they fed everyone nachos for dinner. Tasted fine until I woke up at 3AM and stayed up the whole night and the next day barfing and shitting myself. Hoped it was only me who got sick, but nope there were TONS of people that night barfing nachos and suffering food. Talked to the manager and she blamed it on an illness going around amongst staffers and refused to help us. When I further pressed her, she asked all her staffers to back her up. One chimed in that they had a constant cough, while another cheerfully stated how she barfed three times a day ago. Really????? First, if that was the case why is she making sick staffers work? That must be a violation in labor laws bc seems like a lot of the staffers are working while they are incredibly sick. Second, that makes the campground a dangerous environment to visitors who are just trying to explore Munich and have fun at Oktoberfest. Three, how hard is it to admit it was your disgusting food because NO ONE was sick the nights before until the nachos came into play. 7) I asked the manager if she had a registered nurse on site or some over the counter medication, but they do not bc they aren't licensed to or something along those lines. I think this is INCREDIBLY dangerous, especially when there is the option for unlimited alcohol or when you suffer from food poisoning from their horrible food. My advice would be to steer clear of this place, they overcharge you for a bad experience which at first seems like a great deal. I understand that lots of people stay at Stoke to meet other people but I promise you that you can meet so many people and make a lot of new friends at Oktoberfest. Lots of people also stay for afterparties too but Oktoberfest is literally all day so you don't need Stoke for afterparties either. Stoke, get your shit together and stop being cheap.Show detailed ratingsStoke Travel commented on this reviewHi Marisa, sorry to hear that Stoke didn't live up to your expectations. We appreciate your feedback, in fact we thrive on it to do better. However some of your complaints we must address. Stoke provide a large festival party camping experience. Our goal is for people to be surrounded by thousands of other likeminded travellers all there for a good time, within a affordable budget price with your main needs taken care of, so all you have to worry about is enjoying the party and the festival. The fresh meal preparation is government inspected and the highest standard are enforced. We prepare fresh local produce for meat lover, celiacs, and vegans alike, because we ourselves love great food and believe you should too. We provide unlimited local beer and wine on site for 10 bucks, live bands, DJs, and new friends for life. It's not for everyone but there a lot of people having the time of their life. Cold at night? Yep, it's Munich in Autumn. And depending on the time of day on the busiest weekends the toilets can get a little grubby and need improvement. This is a constant panacea for festival organisers world wide.. Open to your suggestions! We don't have a registered nurse on site. It is beyond our limits of responsibility. We do however have 24 hour security and first aid officers. Lastly 2400 were not poisoned. They were hammered drunk though.
- ChrisWritten on July 18, 20175.0 - ExcellentHad a great experience with Stoke Travel last year and very keen on going again this year! Accommodation wise its not the Ritz but the staff and atmosphere in general made up for that! The parties at the campsite were more fun then the actual beer halls on occasions, the unlimited booze definitely helped with that! The food was amazing as well. Portions could have been a little bit bigger but it was plenty to fill my stomach. Getting from the campsite to the beer halls was pretty easy as well. One member of staff accompanied us the first time and afterwards we easily could find our way back. If you're looking for a good time I'd definitely recommend going with Stoke Travel!Show detailed ratings
- TBTessaWritten on March 10, 20174.0 - GoodI went on this trip last year and I had a really good time. I included the unlimited booze option which was a really good choice so you could have a couple ( quite a lot to be honest) of drinks before going to the actual Oktoberfest, i learned to drink breakfast beer there, best thing ever. The people I met there were really amazing, i went on my own and i never felt like an outsider. The only negative part was the weather. It was freezing cold, but the unlimited booze helped a lot with that and dancing kept us warm, but i would really recommend that you take a nice and warm sweater and some warm socks. All together I had a really good time and I am excited for this year.Show detailed ratings
- AGAnnaWritten on October 6, 20151.5 - Rather poorSTOKE TRAVEL SUCKS. To try and sumarise our discontent is almost as difficult as dealing with any member of the Stoke staff. While the food was pleasant, meal times were entirely incongruous to what was convenient with Oktoberfest at the beer halls, and the staff were extremely apathetic to those arriving even slightly later; once stating "there are 300 staff who have to eat" while we watched one of these apparent 300 starving and hardworking staff eating a plate ladened with double the amount of food paying customers received. The bike tour promised as part of the package also never came to fruition; with a guide explaining that they were no longer running them and would offer no refund. The package also promised a tour of a concentration camp, which we discovered was free of charge to the public anyway. The icing on top of a cake came when our friend arrived home at 10:15pm to find her bag missing. In a time of such crisis who can one turn to but the ever attentive Stoke travel staff? Surprisingly, there were none to be found! Finally we managed to locate the bag in the unattended reception tent, and discovered its contents in considerable disarray (an apt allegory for the stoke employees), with alcohol, toiletries and her wallet missing. We understand that Stoke was never intended to be a 5 star resort, however we feel that it was nowhere near worth how much it cost. If inattentive staff, crude puns, confusing rules and having personal items stolen is your idea of a great time then get stoked, this is the place for you! If not, please spend your money elsewhere, or just burn it for the same effect.Show detailed ratings
- NKNickWritten on October 1, 20151.0 - BadThe tents and all furniture was cheap and damaged,there were piles of garbage here and there, the crew was weird and disrespectful. The sangria tasted bad. We didn't even tried the food seeing what they did with it. We didn't felt secure at all in the camp. Very bad experience.Show detailed ratings
- JessicaWritten on December 16, 20143.5 - GoodIt was so crazy! Enjoyed very minute!Show detailed ratings
- JannahWritten on November 4, 20133.5 - GoodThe best way to go is with the unlimited beer!Show detailed ratings
- ChloeWritten on October 25, 20133.5 - GoodOnly went for a weekend but wish I could have gone for longer! Was an epic weekend and the staff were a right laugh, definitely going back for Springfest!Show detailed ratings
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