Spend your city break to Munich in opulence and style by checking in to this majestic Secret Hotel in the heart of this stunning medieval city. Double en-suite rooms are finely furnished to reflect the city’s rich and vibrant history and also feature room service, free internet, climate control and complimentary bathrobe, slippers and toiletries. Take advantage of the exceptional leisure facilities including a fully equipped gym, solarium, spa and steam bath. This stately hotel also caters for those on business its business centre boasting conference rooms, meeting rooms, fax service and photocopying and printing capabilities.
This noble luxury hotel near the State Opera House is just a stone’s throw away from the regal Munich National Theatre, and set in a sublime historical location. Home to the Bavarian State Opera and Bavarian State Ballet, the Munich National Theatre is a cultural gem. Music lovers can catch an evening show and be thrilled by premieres of some of the most significant productions in the world of opera.
Wander down to the Viktualienmarkt, a daily food lover’s market offering many German specialities and fresh fruit, veg, meat and cheeses. Featuring an ornate Maypole and authentic Barellmakers dance, this charming market allows guests to immerse themselves in typical Bavarian tradition and culture. Sample some of Germany’s finest beers in the Biergarten or indulge in some classic German cuisine in any one of the many restaurants and bistros dotted around the square.
Step out onto the iconic Maximilianstraße, one of Munich’s four royal avenues and arguably the most famous street in the city. With its wide promenades and tree lined pavements, luxury designer boutiques such as Chanel and Dior and high-end jewellery stores, Maximilianstraße is a shopaholic’s dream and a perfect place to while away the afternoon. Also home to charming traditional shops and fine dining restaurants, there are plenty of options for visitors and tourists to Munich. The street also retains its majestic history as it is also host to the palatial Maximilianeum, home to the Bavarian state Parliament and the Maxmonument of Maximilian II of Bavaria.
The Medieval central square of Marienplatz is also a short walk away, dominated by the New City Hall featuring the famous Glockenspiel, helping to draw millions of visitors each year. Featuring the Mary’s Column, topped by an ornate gold statue, this beautiful square is the epitome of Munich’s colourful and varied history and is also bustling with cafés and restaurants specialising in traditional Bavarian cuisine.