5 boutique hotels in Munich
1) Bavaria Boutique Hotel
Their website says: ‘A hotel to put you in a good mood’. This lovely hotel is ideal for a short break or a shopping trip. Set in the trendy Westend district, it is a good base to get to the centre of Munich or visit the Oktoberfest.
2) Hotel im Hof
If you are planning a cultural city trip, then do stay at this charming hotel in the museum quarter, which opened in 2016. It’s within easy walking distance of the city’s famous art museums, the Pinakotheken, and many art galleries. You can also enjoy culinary delights from around world in the many nearby restaurants, bistros, cafes and typical student bars.
3) Cortiina Hotel
A hidden secret among Munich’s boutique hotels in the heart of the city. The designers selected natural materials such as bog oak and Jura natural stone to create a timeless ambience, which is why locals and tourists alike flock to the Cortiina for afternoon tea, a restaurant dinner or a late-night drink at the bar.
4) Hotel Olympic
This hotel offers an interesting blend of elegant and old-fashioned styles. The Olympic is located between Gärtner-platz and Sendlinger Tor, in the hip district of Glockenbachviertel, which is considered of the most beautiful areas of Munich. While there are plenty of clubs and bars nearby, you’ll get a good night’s sleep as most of the rooms face the quiet backyard. Famous sites such as Viktualienmarkt and Deutsches Museum are just a short walk from the hotel.
5) Bold Hotel
Urban style, nice design and some of the rooms even come with a kitchenette, a balcony or a roof terrace. The furniture in this stylish hotel was designed by Hay and Bloomingville. A great place for design lovers and a good starting point to explore the old district of Sendling. Very good value for money and plenty of rooms.
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