5 hip hotels in Munich
1) The Flushing Meadows
Hard to find, although it is located on a very busy corner. While this hotel, which is located on the two top floors of an industrial building, may look non-descript, you’ll be blown away when you step inside and see the eleven individual loft studios. The designs are the result of collabs with a musician, a pro surfer, a musician and a DJ, a film director… There are five penthouse studios on the top floor, where you’ll also find the public bar.
2) 25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
This hotel, which is located in the magnificent neo-renaissance building of a former post office, is conveniently close to the city’s central station. Munich’s first 25hours designer hotel has 165 rooms in five categories. The interior is an interesting take on Bavaria’s royal past. Good to know: the hotel offers rental bikes for free. And they know good food as you’ll find out when you eat at Neni, the hotel’s restaurant.
Stay at one of the three Cocoon hotels if you’re into funky seventies retro design. The Eero Aarnio Ball Chairs are real eye-catchers. All three hotels combine a retro ambience with modern amenities, a central location and affordable prices.
The former potato factory district is currently being redeveloped into a new, modern and lively quarter, called WERK4. Eye-catcher of the district is the old potato silo which is being converted and integrated into an impressive building that will be raised to a final height of 86 metres. The elegant Adina Apartment Hotel will occupy its upper floors, while a lively Wombat’s Hostel with 500 beds will open on the lower floors in 2020.
As per their own description, Roomers is ‘Electric. Hedonistic. Sexy. Sensual. Luxurious. Glamorous’. More importantly, they have 281 rooms and suites and a Japanese-inspired restaurant, called IZAKAYA. Combining modern luxury with an urban lifestyle. This is also a fun hotel if you love the work of the fine art photographer David LaChapelle.
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