This first class hotel benefits from a central location in the very heart of Munich, meaning that it has excellent transport connections to the rest of the country and beyond. With its unique Bavarian ambience and exceptionally high levels of service, it’s popular with business and leisure travellers who are looking for understated luxury and a very warm welcome.
Hotel facilities include air conditioning, concierge, dry cleaning, laundry, a reading room, shoeshine, a theatre reservation desk and secure parking.
The rooms are cosy and welcoming, and come with bathrobes, cable TV, four-poster beds, high speed internet access and tea and coffee making facilities.
The business centre offers meeting rooms, banqueting, photocopying and the services of a speedy and super efficient secretary. There is also a bicycle rental service available, as well as a sauna.
As you can see, this hotel really does offer everything. When the prices are this good, it’s hard to think of a reason why you wouldn’t choose this fabulous property.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Head to the English Garden and let the kids have a go at surfing. The artificially created waves are a big hit with tourists and locals. Book tickets in advance online, or just turn up on the day. It’ll add a whole new dimension to your city break, and adults are welcome to get involved too!
Oktoberfest is an annual event that brings beer lovers from around the world to the streets of Munich. There’s a festive atmosphere and it makes a boozy date with a difference.
If you’re a fan of sport and culture, take a guided tour of the Olympic Stadium. You’ll find out about the structure’s fascinating architecture and history.
Sebastian Wesely is the place to go if you’re looking for souvenirs for loved ones back at home. The staff are friendly and always provide service with a smile.
For eating out
Molly Malone’s is an award winning Irish pub with a selection of over 100 whiskeys. It serves traditional classics such as cottage pie and fish and chips, which is sometimes just what the doctor ordered in the cooler winter months.
Nage and Sauge attracts a young and hip crowd, and offers an intimate and cosy atmosphere. Head here for quiet drinks at the candlelit tables.