The magnificent Mandarin Oriental Munich hotel can be found tucked away off a side street near the fabulous Maximilianstrasse area of the city. This tranquil hotel has repeatedly been voted as one of the top ten best hotels in the world by Travel & Leisure, which is no surprise due to its Neo-Renaissance charm and the personalized services from staff.
There are a total of 73 guest rooms and suites and they are each filled with Renaissance architecture and all the comforts of home. Guests will love the complimentary services that they receive during their stay, as well as the gorgeous views of the red roofs and spires within the city.
Guests can walk to Marienplatz Square in just five minutes and many other attractions are within walking distance as well. Those who choose to relax during their stay will appreciate the heated rooftop pool.
Dinners can be enjoyed at the Matsuhisa Restaurant, which serves delectable Japanese and Peruvian cuisine. International dishes can be found within The Lounge, while Asian and Mediterranean dishes can be enjoyed at the China Moon Rooftop Terrace. Bar 31 recently reopened as well, and while many guests stop in there for a drink, they quickly learn that they can devour many delectable treats too.
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- Local Tours
- High Speed Internet
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Centre
- Hot Air Balloon Rides
- City Tours
Highlights & Reviews
- The hotel backs on to the famous Hofbräuhaus beer cellar. In one direction, it is just a few hundred metres from Maximilianstraße, home to numerous fashion boutiques and the opera house. A similar distance in the opposite direction is Marienplatz, the centre of the city, with regular S-Bahns and U-Bahns. There are plenty of high-quality restaurants and bars in the vicinity of the hotel.
- The so-called ‘oriental’ style familiar to Mandarin guests across the world also forms part of the style of Munich’s MO. There are original art works, and bespoke furniture pieces and carpets throughout. However, tt also has features that are decidedly Munich, such as the recently recreated August Endell 1897 relief ‘swish’ on the new lobby staircase – art aficionados will recognise it as the design that adorned a Munich atelier, marking the early phase of Jugendstil.
- The Michelin-starred restaurant Mark’s was replaced in 2015 by Matsuhisa Munich, which similarly serves fantastic food, this time focusing on Peruvian and Japanese cuisine. Star chef Nobu Matsuhisa lends his name and reputation to a handful of eateries, and his Munich version leans heavily towards seafood dishes, including a dedicated Sushi bar. Bar 31 opened with the recent renovation and has been rightly praised for its style and food: woods complemented by a marble bar and lots of natural light via huge windows, plus a Matsuhisa menu. The Lounge serves assorted international dishes, plus afternoon tea. In the summer, hotel guests head to the China Moon Rooftop Terrace for a swim – non-guests can join them for Asian and Mediterranean dishes and cocktails, with a fantastic 360-degree view of Munich’s cityscape.
Hotel AddressMandarin Oriental, Munich