This four star hotel provides comfortable accommodation for your trip to Munich, and is just a short metro ride from the city centre. On-site services are plentiful, ranging from currency exchange to dry cleaning. There’s even an airport shuttle service, so you needn’t worry about catching your flight on time. If you’re visiting on business, the hotel provides conference rooms, an overhead projector and a fax service, amongst other amenities. For those seeking leisure, there is a fitness centre available for use. The immaculate guest rooms, at this breathtaking design hotel 10min from city-centre, come fitted with a flat screen LCD TV, climate control and an en-suite bathroom. Furthermore, the hotel has internet access throughout, so you can stay connected during your stay. Should you require anything else, the friendly staff are always on hand and will be happy to help.
Munich has numerous top attractions for you to visit during the day. Many choose to visit Marien Square, where you’ll find some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. The New Town hall houses the famous Glockenspiel – a 100-year-old carillon in which life size figures reenact historical Bavarian events. From the square, you’ll also be able to see Mary’s column and the Old Town Hall, which contains an old toy museum. Alternatively, why not pay a visit to The Alte and Neue Pinakotheks? These galleries contain masterpieces by artists such as Rubens, Raphael and Van Gogh.
If you’re looking for a first-rate shopping experience, the city has much to offer. The Riem Arcaden is one of the largest and most opulent malls in Germany. While it contains over 120 unique shops, there is also a range of chic cafes and restaurants on offer. Another great shopping area is Maximilianstrasse Boulevard. This is the perfect place to shop if you’re into high-end fashion, since it hosts a large number of exclusive designer boutiques.
Munich is home to a plethora of critically acclaimed restaurants, so you’ll have no trouble finding somewhere to dine in the evening. Boettner’s serves luxury cuisine, made with ingredients such as white truffles and lobster. The restaurant is a Renaissance structure, so it has a lot of character and an exciting atmosphere – it’s the ideal spot for a romantic meal. Alternatively, you might want to spend the night in a beer garden. Biergarten Chinesischer Turm serves refreshing Bavarian beer and delicious food; an oompah band will provide entertainment while you enjoy your repast.