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The Vier Jahreszeiten, or Four Seasons, is located on Maximilianstraße, Munich's premier boulevard. The hotel is frequented by the rich, as well as international stars. The hotel, built in 1858 in the Maximilian style, is refined and luxurious, without being too over the top. The Restaurant Vue Maximilian is renowned for its excellent local cuisine and views of the city. The piano bar and the lobby are also popular with locals.
Centrally located between the Hofbräuhaus and Marienplatz, and not far from the major theatres, this traditional hotel provides refined and superior comfort in modernly renovated, spacious rooms, some of which have been fitted to luxury standard. The building itself is a fine medieval town house and the furnishings maintain a balance between cosiness and modernity. There are two well-run restaurants offering high quality Bavarian cuisine. The management makes a special effort to run an environmentally friendly operation for which it has received a number of accolades.
For many people, the former Hotel Rafael, run by the Mandarin Oriental chain since 2000, is the best hotel in the city. Having said that, it is considerably smaller, more exclusive and dearer than other top-notch hotels. Its location in a tranquil part of the city center is not the finest of addresses, but it is nevertheless peaceful and very central, with the National Theatre, Schauspielhaus and Marienplatz only a few minutes walk away. Voted by none other than Travel+Leisure magazine as one of the top hotels of the world, the Mandarin blends elegant Oriental-style architecture and elements with a Neo-Renaissance theme to give its residents a one of a kind experience. The hotel offers some of the best views of the city and the German Alps from its top floor rooms and suites, which can only be topped by its legendary service- offering people some of the best gourmet cuisine, best wines, facilities like yoga classes and sauna to name just a few. Amour Fou Spa de Beauté, the hotel's spa is a luxurious establisment that will pamper and rejuvenate you completely, while the hotel's restaurant, Mark's, serves excellent haute cuisine.
While this hotel has mostly a business clientele, the atmosphere is able to remain cozy and comfortable. The interior makes you feel as if you're in an Alpine resort with the dark oak throughout the hotel, but adds modernity with feng shui style and numerous modern amenities. Situated in between Viktualienmarkt, Marienplatz, and Maximilianstrasse, Cortiina allows you to easily explore the old town.
Ideally located in Munich's city center just blocks from Marienplatz, this luxurious, family-run hotel has been providing the highest quality of service and hospitality for over 100 years. The building itself was constructed in 1490 and holds an enormous amount of history and character. Hotel Torbrau is perfect for business or pleasure with its mix of the traditional and contemporary.
More so than most hotels in the city, the Bayerischer Hof has a fascinating history. It was built in 1841 by King Ludwig I's architect Maffei to provide first-class lodgings for visitors to the nearby palace. The Montgelas Palace, which the hotel bought in 1969, was initially a Minister's residence and later became the seat of the royal administration. The Hotel Bayerischer Hof offers an excellent variety of different room styles, which include cosmopolitan, traditional Bavarian, or classical in the style of the Montgelas Palace. Within the hotel, three restaurants meet all of your needs. The Garden and Atelier offers quality cuisine with contemporary international dishes, Trader Vic's serves Polynesian specialties, and the Palais Keller offers traditional Bavarian food. The Bayerischer Hof Night Club is one of Germany's top jazz venues.
This 19th century-style little hotel boasts of an interesting address. It is located between the Maximilianstraße and Ludwigstraße, which happen to be one of the finest and most beautiful streets with fantastic shopping facilities. The service is excellent and available around the clock with amiable staff always ready to serve. To top it all, the rooms are astonishingly good value for money.
A luxurious establishment in a prominent city centre location on the Karlsplatz (Stachus). The furnishings exude timeless elegance and the rooms are generously proportioned following comprehensive renovations in 1996, when the number of rooms was reduced to create more space. The piano bar, function rooms and restaurant all boast wonderful views of the Stachus and city centre. Chef Martin Bräuer has recently been voted the best hotel chef in Germany.
Holiday Inn is a large business hotel situated in the center of Haidhausen, Munich's artistic and night-life hotspot, right beside the Philharmonie in the Gasteig cultural centre. The rooms are large, functional and offer all the latest high-tech facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. The building, a seventies style grey concrete block, is not particularly pleasing to the eye, but it offers wonderful views of the city. Transport connections are excellent.
Noted for bold designs and nonchalant luxury, this stylish property offers guests boutique accommodations in the heart of the Bavarian capital. Offering reliable access to the city splendors, historic landmarks, dining destinations and convention centers, Anna Hotel is the ideal pad for today's tireless executive and vacationer. Mod-cons adorn almost every inch of the hotel, right from the sleek lobby to the contemporary rooms bathed in vibrant colors and comforts. The Panorama Room opens up to an enchanting vista of the city's skyline and comes with the luxuries of a private penthouse. For reservations and inquiries call ahead.
Hilton Munich City Hotel is located in the buzzing Haidhausen district, known for its pubs and cultural life. The Gasteig cultural center home to the Philharmonie concert house and city library is next-door. Although it is situated on a main road, the windows of this building are of course sound-proofed, though many of them face the rear end. Very good service and a superior interior with a pleasant lobby makes this a good top-end choice. Two hotel restaurants serve Bavarian and international cuisine.
Hotel Exquisit is situated in a quiet location close to the city center. It offers luxurious rooms in a homely and somewhat rustic setting, with all the comforts and services expected of a traditional business hotel. Go sightseeing and explore all the landmarks and attractions in walking distance to the hotel. After a hectic day of playing tourist, savor the tasty preparations in the pleasant environs of the on-site Bistro M.