Song you should listen to when you arrive:
Queen – “Killer Queen”
The amazing view of the Frauenkirche from the rooftop swimming pool.
Something you will not find anywhere else:
The 350 m2 penthouse garden suite by legendary designer Axel Vervoordt. that takes up the entire 8th floor of the newly reopened wing. It includes a wrap-around terrace, its own spa, sauna and steam room, and a very stylish living space.
Best time of the day:
Night time on the terrace overlooking Munich’s city center.
Classic luxury; first opened in 1841 to accommodate King Ludwig I’s esteemed guests.
Room we stayed in:
The heart of Munich’s city center. You won’t find a more centrally located hotel. Designer stores and top galleries are accessible in less than five minutes.
Flowers and champagne. Gummi bears for the kids.
Service and Staff
Busy due to the size of the hotel, but fast and efficient in execution.
How long did the check-in take:
Very good, can organize pretty much anything you desire.
Comes frequently throughout the day.
Food and Beverage
Fast, with a selection of all the classics.
Five Restaurants including the three Michelin star Atelier and the newly renovated Palais Keller, which dates back all the way to 1443.
Six Bars including Munich classic Trader Vic’s and a roof top bar that boasts the best views over Munich.
Expansive buffet and good à la carte options.
Stocked with all the essentials.
Yes, in multiple areas in the room.
Stay in the newly opened wing by Axel Vervoordt, you will not regret it. Throughout the hotel, each room is unique.
A very comfortable king.
Marble or concrete design depending on the room type, usually with double sinks.
Enough for a week’s stay.
One in the bedroom, one in the living area.
On-demand video service.
Pool, Spa & Activities
The large rooftop pool provides incredible views of some of Munich’s main sights.
Cold water pool:
Plenty of variety.
For larger groups we recommend booking out the private cinema.
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