Ever wanted to see the world-famous German football team FC Bayern München play a match on their home turf?
To celebrate Courtyard by Marriott becoming the official hotel partner of FC Bayern München, Marriott Rewards® is offering Time Out readers the chance to win a weekend in Munich – or München, as they say in Deutsch – for two to see Germany’s most successful team.
They’ll be playing key rivals Borussia Dortmund in the city’s Allianz Arena – the colossal stadium with colour-changing walls – on March 31.
Winners will watch the match from the comfort of the Arena’s new Courtyard by Marriott Suite and stay at the Courtyard Munich City Center Hotel for two nights.
The well-located four-star hotel combines style and substance, with newly designed, modern guestrooms and helpful amenities. It’s the perfect base for exploring Munich’s street cafés and beer halls on foot.
This FC Bayern München experience is usually only available through Marriott’s Rewards Moments scheme, where Marriott Rewards Members can use points they’ve earned on hotel stays to bid for one-off, exclusive, unforgettable experiences around the world across four categories: sports, entertainment, lifestyle and culinary. Not a Marriott Rewards Member? Join for free here.
For your chance to win this amazing footballing weekend in Munich, answer the question below by March 5.
From city breaks and country escapes, to coastal trips and spontaneous weekends away with friends, Premier Inn is a great place to start your adventure. This year, Time Out is teaming up with Premier Inn to map out the best things to do within easy reach of each Premier Inn hotel. To get us started, we want to know what YOU love the most.
Time Out is teaming up with Premier Inn to map out the best things to do around Britain, each within easy reach of a Premier Inn hotel.
Flight Club Shoreditch
A Worship Street bar with darts taking centre stage. Expect decent food and drink alongside the arrows, plus a great-looking room – the design is from the guys behind Dishoom and Zetter Townhouse. And if your maths doesn't add up? Don't worry, the scores are all done by computer - so presumably no lost chalk, or running out of fingers. The food ranges from pizza paddles made for sharing to burgers and some good-looking mini plates, such as butternut squash, feta and coriander arancini, buttermilk-fried chicken with crispy shallots and a chipotle and lime mayo, and tuna tataki with wasabi, tenderstem broccoli, soy, lime and mirin. The drinks focus on craft beer and cocktails.
Venue says: “Start or finish your weekend (or both) with prosecco, bottomless pizza and social darts at our awesome Brunch Social!”