This boutique hotel, in a great city centre location, makes a great base for your trip to Munich. Due to its central location it poses many fantastic opportunities to explore. All rooms are provided with a television, double glazed windows, your own private en suite bathroom, complimentary toiletries, a telephone and high speed internet connection. Make the most of shoe shine services, safety deposit boxes and city tours provided by the hotel. The hotel is also gay friendly.
Near the hotel are many attractions such as the Deutsches Museum displaying many unique objects from numerous fields of technology and science. Associated with the museum is a fantastic technology and science library which is free and open to the public. The Museum is the biggest in Munich. If you are looking for a palatial dinner date then look no further than the Schweiger Restaurant Showroom. The restaurant has a nice relaxed atmosphere and the food is incredibly good. If you just want a drink there is a bar with a superb selection of cocktails. As well as being located near the Deutsches Museum it is also located within good proximity to the nightlife community of Munich making it the perfect place to go before or after a visit to the cinema/theatre. If you want to hit the clubs then there are plenty of those nearby too. The Sugar Club and Lounge is among the city’s best clubbing experiences. Specialising in house music it provides a rapturous buzz for anyone who is after a good time. Backstage plays host to big name live acts and also has its own beer garden.
If you are into your beer and staying at the hotel during late September – early October then you are bound to be caught up in the Oktoberfest hype. A 16 day festival, it is the world’s largest fair and attended by beer lovers the world over. It is an essential event to attend if you are in Munich when the festival is on.
One great place to visit night and day is the Marienplatz square. It is the largest public square in Munich. It boasts a thriving atmosphere due to the swarms of tourists and traditional street performers. Those interested in architecture should look out for Neues Rathaus (New City Hall). It’s not hard to miss due to its towering presence, which prevails over the square.