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Where to stay in Munich - Hotel Muenchen Palace

Hotel Muenchen Palace

This boutique property is family-run – rare for a 5-star hotel – with all the home comforts and warm, friendly service that implies. Even the excursions they arrange are lovely. Borrow one of the hotel bicycles, which come with a specially prepared picnic, and ride to the nearby English Garden for a restful afternoon in the sunshine.

Insider Tip: For garden views, pick one of the deluxe rooms. Or even better, for a private roof top terrace and sauna – opt for the maisonette suite.

Where to stay in Munich - Hotel Laimer Hof

Hotel Laimer Hof

    The location of this neo-Renaissance villa is great – very close to Nymphenburg Palace and only a five-minute walk from Europe's largest beer garden, the Koniglicher Hirschgarten. What makes it even better is that the young hoteliers who own it ensure the needs of all sorts of travellers are met. From catering to the special demands of families – the couple are themselves parents of twins – to explaining all the city’s sights in depth to adventurous sightseers.

    Insider Tip: The finest rooms in the house are the two fairytale-like tower rooms, very romantic and ideal for honeymooning couples.

    Where to stay in Munich - Hotel Stadt Rosenheim

    Hotel Stadt Rosenheim

      This hotel may date back to around 1890 when Bavaria was still a kingdom but its current incarnation, having been extensively renovated in 2010, is very much in the present. Guests can now expect to find a boutique hotel with its very own sense of style, offering rooms with distinctive and imaginative interiors, and at affordable prices.

      Insider Tip: This is a great place to stay the night before heading home as the hotel is just outside the Ostbahnhof, where you can take a train directly to Munich Airport.

      Where to stay in Munich - Mandarin Oriental Munich

      Mandarin Oriental Munich

        This elegant Munich hotel may be the smallest in Mandarin Oriental’s chain, but its 73 rooms and suites are some of the largest in the city. The east-meets-west bedrooms are, as to be expected, beautiful; the Finnish sauna heavenly; and the Michelin-star Restaurant Mark’s, the definition of exquisite. There is one feature that tops it all, however, and that’s the China Moon Roof Terrace – from up there you can see right across to the snow-tipped Alps.

        Insider Tip: For sweeping city views, pick either the Oriental Suite or the Presidential Suite.

        Where to stay in Munich - The Charles Hotel

        The Charles Hotel

        Boasting not only the city’s longest indoor pool, but also the largest collection of paintings by 19th century German realist Franz von Lenbach, this hotel – built on the site of a university library – inspires great expectations on every level. From the sumptuous rooms displaying thoughtful Bavarian detailing, to the state-of-the-art fitness centre and even the Art Deco curves of the building itself, nothing about this experience disappoints.

        Insider Tip: If you really want to feel special, book a Romantic Caviar Treatment for two. After a footbath and aromatherapy massage, you’ll be treated to champagne and Oscietra Caviar.

        Where to stay in Munich - Eurostars Book Hotel

        Eurostars Book Hotel

        Eurostars Book Hotel If you're looking for a conveniently located hotel in Munich, look no further than Eurostars Book Hotel. The hotel lies 0.5 km from the city center and provides accessibility to important town facilities. The hotel offers access to a vast array of services, including laundry service, car park, room service, luggage storage and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Eurostars Book Hotel is home to 201 bedrooms. The hotel offers wonderful recreational facilities such as fitness center and spa to make your stay truly unforgettable. Eurostars Book Hotel is a smart choice, offering you a relaxed and hassle-free stay every time.

        Insider Tip: Be treated to a selection of drinks and refreshments at the hotel's Lobby-Bar; from teas and infusions or German beers to Spanish wines and a delicious Gin Tonic menu card. A veritable experience for the senses!

        Where to stay in Munich - Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe

        Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe

        Ideal for fun and relaxation, Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe is located in the Maxvorstadt area of Munich. The hotel lies 1.5 km from the city center and provides accessibility to important town facilities. At Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe, every effort is made to make you feel comfortable. The hotel provides the best in services and amenities - all guest accommodations feature thoughtful amenities to ensure an unparalleled sense of comfort. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay.

        Insider Tip: This hotel is a great place for a relaxing stay, only 1.5 km away from the historic city center of Munich, with a very friendly service

        Where to stay in Munich - Vi Vadi Hotel

        Vi Vadi Hotel

        Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Vi Vadi Hotel is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Munich. From here, enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. Offering superior services and a broad range of amenities, Vi Vadi Hotel is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. Experience high quality room facilities. Some rooms include non-smoking rooms, LCD/plasma screen, microwave oven, ironing facilities, seating area and free Wi-Fi - provided to help guests recharge after a long day. Enjoy unparalleled services and a truly prestigious address at the Vi Vadi Hotel.

        Insider Tip: Perfect location and a really good value in the downtown of Munich, with a very friendly and helpful staff.

        Where to stay in Munich - King's Hotel First Class

        King's Hotel First Class

        Well-positioned in Maxvorstadt, King's Hotel First Class is the ideal point of departure for your excursions in Munich. The city center is merely 80 m away and the airport can be reached within 45 minutes. The hotel's saunas are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. The large museum city area in Munich, which includes the Pinakothek, the Lenbach Haus, and the Botanic Garden, is only a few steps away from the hotel. This will make your stay a special experience right in the centre of the metropolitan city.

        Insider Tip: This hotel provides truly fantastic superior facilities - every room is equipped with a Nespresso coffee machine and an iHome docking station for a truly comfortable stay.

        Where to stay in Munich - Innside By Melia Munich Parkstadt Schwabing Hotel

        Innside By Melia Munich Parkstadt Schwabing Hotel

        The Innside By Melia Munich Parkstadt Schwabing Hotel was designed by award-winning architect Helmut Jahn. Located at the foot of the HighLight Towers in the center of Munich's commercial district, this magnificent building offers 160 spacious, light-filled rooms and studios featuring contemporary decor and the latest in modern amenities. With a good choice of conference and meeting rooms, supported by a dedicated staff and superb audio and visual technology, this sophisticated hotel is a popular choice amongst the corporate community.

        Insider Tip: From the famous beer halls and restaurants, to museums, art galleries, and ancient cathedrals and palaces; the hotel is superbly situated at the foot of the HighLight Towers with excellent transport links.

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