Mandarin Oriental, Munich

In the heart of the old town, Mandarin Oriental, Munich is near the Bavarian State Opera, the famous Hofbräuhaus tavern and the exclusive Maximilian shopping mile.Thursday, 3 May 2018

By National Geographic Traveller The Collection

In the heart of the old town, Mandarin Oriental, Munich is near the Bavarian State Opera, the famous Hofbräuhaus tavern and the exclusive Maximilian shopping mile. Some of the finest restaurants, boulevard cafes, art galleries and traditional gourmet markets are just a stone’s throw away. The hotel blends Asian influence  and traditional Bavarian elegance, combined with contemporary luxury.

Each of the hotel’s 48 spacious guest rooms and 25 suites have been individually furnished and decorated for maximum comfort and style, while boasting the latest in technology. King-size beds with down quilts ensure cosiness, while bespoke furniture, carpets, original artwork and neoclassical prints add to the hotel’s sophisticated feel. All guest rooms feature sleek cherry wood furniture, with influences that reflect the oriental heritage of the luxury hotel group.

Opened in 2015, Matsuhisa, Munich has graced the hotel with the award-winning cuisine of internationally celebrated chef Nobuyuki ‘Nobu’ Matsuhisa. Guests can enjoy Nobu’s renowned Japanese-Peruvian cuisine, which has an emphasis on seafood.

Mandarin Oriental, Munich includes three interconnecting salons that are elegant and remarkably flexible. They can be reserved individually or combined, and each set up according to guests’ needs — whether as a reception area for cocktails, a formal boardroom or a private dining room.

The Lounge is the ideal retreat and meeting place for guests. Besides coffee, afternoon tea and speciality cakes, international snacks are served at midday and during the evening Particularly popular during the summer months, the roof terrace on the eighth floor is home to a heated swimming pool and offers panoramic views over the city and the Alps.

The fitness area houses a wide range of stateof- the-art equipment from TechnoGym, and a Kinesis Wall. A personal trainer is available, and the wellness area is home to a Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna. Joggers can head out on scenic routes through the popular Englischer Garten.

Don’t miss

Sundowners on the roof terrace with spectacular panoramic views over the city and the Alps

NEED TO KNOW

KEY FACILITIES

• Fitness area
• Rooftop pool
• Bar
• Lounge
• Restaurant

GET IN TOUCH

mandarinoriental.com/munich

T: +49 89 290 980

E:

momuc-reservations@mohg.com

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