Celebrate Oktoberfest in London!

What’s the next best thing to being at Oktoberfest 2018 in Munich? Attending Oktoberfest London of course where there really are no half measures when it comes to the art of having a great time.

Launched in 2011, this authentic tribute to the famous German festival attracts more than 50,000 people every year and continues to go from strength to strength.

While ice cold beer served in giant Stein glasses is naturally a massive part of the celebration, the sheer scale of the two-legged London event – taking place from 4 to 14 October at Millwall Park, Canary Wharf, and from 18 to 31 October at Finsbury Park – ensures that there’s so much to see and do.

Quite frankly, the thought of missing out on all the action should be un-beer-able.

There are the traditional tents and the oompah-oompah sing-alongs, complemented by dancing on long benches, staff dressed in dirndl and lederhosen, and great food ranging from bratwurst to pretzels, but there’s also the chance to dress up in style for the biggest Hallowe’en Oktoberfest ever held in London.

Spook-tacular fun

It’s sure to be spook-tacular fun at Finsbury Park on 27 and 31 October where the scarily big tent will hold 3,000 revellers.

The original home of Oktoberfest London, Millwall Park is easy to reach from the Island Gardens DLR station.

New venue Finsbury Park meanwhile is a short walk from the Tube station of the same name or the equidistant Manor House station.

Bavarian Beerhouse

You can also enjoy the Oktoberfest fun at various venues across London, including Tower Hill’s Bavarian Beerhouse, which is just a stone’s throw from Apex City of London Hotel.

If you’re looking for great accommodation during your visit, then Apex offers some of the best hotels in London.

The aforementioned Apex City of London Hotel is just half an hour away by public transport from both Millwall and Finsbury Parks, and is minutes from the Tower of London. It’s sat on a tranquil street, while remaining central, well connected and highly convenient.

The stylish, boutique Apex London Wall Hotel is similarly just 30 minutes from both Oktoberfest venues, and is nestled on a quiet street in the heart of London City, with St Paul’s Cathedral and the Square Mile close by.

Not to be outdone, Apex Temple Court Hotel is only a 20 minute journey from Finsbury Park, and seconds from Fleet Street, while being perfect for visiting nearby Theatreland and Covent Garden.

Wonderful facilities and unique features

All three hotels offer wonderful facilities and unique features, matched by Apex’s traditionally warm welcome.

So relax and don’t worry, beer happy, with Oktoberfest and Apex Hotels.