Oktoberfest Bier Garden
overlooks Hotel Huntington Beach
want to attend Oktoberfest to dine, dance and drink,
it's best to book a room to be safe. The Hotel
Huntington Beach is directly across the street just
a few feet, making it an ideal choice for an
overnight stay when going to Oktoberfest merriment.
You simply park and stay at the hotel and never get
in a car and drive when drinking.
may not plan to imbibe but once you discover that
there sexy shot girls in dirndl skirts serve up
liqueurs with your German biers, you'll find
yourself like many attending the event, wrapped in
the enjoyment of a special day or night where you
can let your hair down and relax.
Huntington Beach offers affordable rates, large
rooms and suites, the only indoor swimming pool in
Huntington Beach and a wonderful restaurant on site
serving a famous Sunday brunch at an affordable
price. Savvy locals who know about the buffet
flock into the restaurant with a full bar to enjoy
the Sunday ritual of delicious dining.
HOTEL HUNTINGTON BEACH,
7667 CENTER AVENUE, Huntington Beach California
Guest rooms: 224
Oktoberfest is a
celebration Huntington Beach,
California has enjoyed for several decades. It is an
event for mom, dads, teens, college students and
even tiny tots and kids. At Oktoberfest, people
young and old get out on the dance floor to the
Chicken Dance. Lederhosen, dirndl
skirts, beer steins, shot girls, wiener-dog races and
German food make this celebration a necessary part
of locals and tourists' diets.
The annual celebration
of the popular German festival season includes a live
band direct from Germany that plays traditional
German polkas and rock & roll tunes known in the USA. Bratwurst, German beer,
Schnapps, liqueur shots, strudel, sauerkraut and more
are served in style at the Old World Restaurant German
beer hall during this 6-week event.
A German parade and dachshund races
kick off the event in Bavarian style. Oktoberfest at Old World
has something for everyone. There are pony rides, a
petting zoo and children’s activities at Kinderfest each
If you wear a dirndl or
lederhosen on Sundays, you receive free admission.
Seniors can enjoy the festival at specially priced
luncheons each Thursday, and everyone can join in the
Chicken Dance or Zillerthaler Wedding March.