Ultimate Oktoberfest Adventure (4 nights)
- Sample Bavarian cuisine like pork knuckle and pretzels
- Dress in traditional clothing lederhosen or dirndl
- Revel in the famous Oktoberfesl beer halls and huge carnival fairground
- Enjoy the best German brews
- Age range
- 18 to 99 year olds
- Max Group Size
- All Inclusive
- Rather Poor
- CarissaWritten on August 13, 20182.0 - Rather poorIf you're an 18 yo kiwi or aussie looking to get completely annihilated everyday, welcome to paradise. If you're over 25, looking for somewhere dry and warm to sleep, reasonable food and basic conditions, steer clear. To be fair, the conditions weren't entirely unbearable, and I can see the appeal for those fresh-outta-school, but for 60 euros pp a night (70 with unlimited booze), you can get a twinshare airbnb or hotel for less. Unless you plan to forgo Oktoberfest, stay onsite and really abuse the 'unlimited' food and booze, this really isn't great value for money. The tents were tiny, and barely big enough for 2 people, let alone bags. The 'air mattress' had no air in it and was super uncomfortable. It was freezing at night, so I asked for extra sleeping bags, all of which were torn, dirty and damp. You had to pay for hot water, but it didn't always work. The included food was subpar and ran out very quickly. You have to catch a bus and train to get into the city, and services were pretty infrequent. Overall, when you've been out all day at Oktoberfest, this is the last place on earth that you want to come back to.Show detailed ratingsStoke Travel commented on this reviewHi Carissa, Thanks for your review and the constructive criticism. Let us clarify some of your points. At Stoke Travel we're proud to create environments where people can party, or chill out, in whichever manner that befits their mood, or stage of festivities. Yes, we do provide dancefloors, DJs and live music -- all absolutely free of charge -- but we also have undercover shaded areas with padded seating to chill out and chat in (granted, we bought the padded seats from an out-of-business strip club, but that history is about as hedonistic as these chill out zones gets). There's absolutely no pressure for anyone to drink too much beer, or sangria, despite having an open bar. We just want to provide an economic alternative for travellers who would rather pay €10 per day for all the drinks they can consume, rather than €2.50 per beer in the onsite vending machines. That said, having beer vending machines is pretty cool. For sure, some revellers party hard, BUT this is a beer festival, and so reasonably unsurprising. We do make sure that travellers don't drink too much, and have cut many guests off from the bar for being too drunk, or acting like fools. We do, however, like to let people enjoy themselves in whichever way they want to. Every traveller is different and we like to accommodate as many of their varying needs as we physically can. That is why since our inception we've bent over backwards to provide more entertainment than anybody else operating in Munich -- the aforementioned live music and DJs, burlesque shows, carnival games in our campsite, stand-up comedians and our famous radio show that's broadcast over the event. The tents are... tents. They are triple share, but we use them to accommodate two people. There is a glamping option, or a single tent option, if the accommodations aren't up to a traveller's standards. These cost a little more, but we obviously cannot provide individual tepees for the thousands of partiers we host over the event (last year 7,500 and this year will be even bigger!). We do provide mattresses and sleeping bags, where nobody else offering similar accommodations does, and if these aren't up to standard then we will replace them with new sets. If you were given torn and dirty gear we simply would have replaced it, just like we would have replaced the air mattress if it was faulty. Yes, you have to pay for hot water, but that's the campsite's stipulation and not ours. In 10 years of operating at this campsite we've never known the hot water to be lacking. Yes, it is a 20 minute ride on public transport to the beer halls, but that's because it's incredibly poor use of city space to have campsites in the city centre. We're just outside the centre, on the main metro (U-Bahn) line, surrounded by trees and pumpkin fields, and we think that's pretty nice. Your claim that Stoke Travel is bad value for money is incorrect.A brief search for dorm accommodation in Munich over Oktoberfest sees the cheapest shared rooms coming in at €50-60 per night for a bed. Stoke Travel includes a shared tent, cooked breakfast and dinner, all the entertainment listed above, the opportunity to take advantage of the open bar, and a group of thousands of potentially like-minded travellers to party with and get to know, a mere stone's throw from downtown Munich. We're in this business to provide travellers with more value for less money, as well as spaces where they can meet people from all over the world, party with them, and be whoever they want to be. Last year we hosted people from over 80 countries, of all ages, and we hope that they all found they could truly enjoy not just Oktoberfest, but Stoke Travel's installations at that famous festival. It's disappointing that you didn't find what you were looking for, and we sincerely hope that you'll give us another chance in the future.
- JSJulieWritten on November 15, 20174.5 - ExcellentOktoberfest with Stoke Travel was fantastic! The hosts were so welcoming and even helped me with cleaning up an unfortunate situation that involved vomit in my tent. :( The hosts wanted to make sure we were set from the start, and had an awesome time. The heated bathrooms are nice, and definitely search those out right when you get there because the temp drops at night. Snag a pair of earplugs for the sleeping at night, since you are mighty close to other tents. Overall awesome experience with stoke travel and thanks for the incredible hospitality!! Cheers!Show detailed ratings
- EEmilyWritten on November 2, 20173.5 - GoodMy experience at Stoke Travel was unlike any other! I was greeted with a cup of beer and the everyone at the campground including staff was very friendly, open minded and of course weird (in a good way). I would recommend stoke travel to anyone who is traveling and looking for a fun and unforgettable experience. Stoke Travel is an awesome company and I am already looking forward to the next time I can book an event with them! If you like to party, make new friends, travel and be weird.. you will like stoke travel.Show detailed ratings
- JBJessiWritten on November 2, 20175.0 - ExcellentStoke Travel is an amazing company, and my weekend at Oktoberfest was one of the best and happiest weekends of my life! From the great staff, to the wonderful campgrounds, my weekend was filled with so many fun times and great people that I'll never forget. Thanks for everything Stoke!Show detailed ratings
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I was wondering if the tent lodging had showers available for use?
All our campsites have full amenities with hot showers, toilets, cafe, store, etc.
Do you have any photos of the accommodations to share?
If you check out the latest Oktoberfest video on our Facebook page you can see the campsite and tents.
Is there security present around the campsite for any valuables that are left behind during the daytime and also for safety during the nighttime?
There is a 24 hour security on site. never had a theft issue, likely due to the fact that the thousands of guests are all international travellers sensitive to the nuisance of a stolen phone etc.
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