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This Victorian influenced and classically styled hotel will delight anyone who stays there.  From the original wood panelling in the lobby and bar, to the classical artworks hung on the walls, the ambient and calm atmosphere which pours forth from this hotel is surprising, given its vibrant, city centre location. The guest rooms, some with four poster beds, are all en suite and are serviced with all the refinements you would expect from a 4 star establishment, including fluffy bathrobes for slipping into after a long, luxurious bath, shower or relaxing sauna.

The helpful staff on the 24 hour reception are happy to help you organise your itinerary, from theatre bookings to bike rental, all can be organised here and the well equipped business suite contains every conceivable piece of equipment you could need to make your meeting, conference or event a success and the central train station is a quick 2 minute walk away.

The relaxed and casual hotel bar serves both drinks and quick, fresh snacks including sandwiches and soups.

In the local area

This hotel is located just a few hundred metres off Karlsplatz, a large open public square created in the 1800’s when the ancient city walls were torn down to let the city grow with its swelling population. Karlspaltz provided a much needed breathing space for the city at the time, and to this day continues to be a meeting place where people catch up under the watchful gaze of the Palace of Justice, which looms over the square.  The square is a bustling but a quiet place to while away a few hours thanks to it being pedestrianised in the early 1970’s.  When this was done, a large fountain was built at its centre, which is a popular resting spot in the summer, while in winter it is transformed into an ice skating rink!

Being the compact centre it is, many attractions in Munich are within a short walk or tram ride away from each other, including the BMW Headquarters and Museum, the Englischer Garden (Europe’s largest city park with its Greek style temples and Japanese pagodas) and the Hofbrauhaus, the world famous beer hall.


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