Mandarin Oriental Munich is located in the heart of the old city and offers excellent service and very luxurious accommodation, skilfully combining traditional German hospitality with the finesse and style you would expect from a Mandarin Oriental hotel.
Elegant and chic luxury hotel located in the heart of the city
Within easy reach of many of the city's monuments and major sights
Wonderful rooftop pool with 360 degree views over the city
Superb Japanese restaurant and trendy cocktail bar
The Mandarin Oriental Munich is a medium sized hotel with 48 rooms and 25 suites, many of which enjoy a terrace or balcony. Offering friendly service and fantastic facilities, it's a great option for the discerning traveller to Bavaria.
The hotel's location is very convenient for both sightseeing and shopping. Marienplatz, the city's main square with its famous Town Hall Glockenspiel is a 10 minute walk from the hotel, as is Maximillianstrasse with its designer boutiques. The hotel is located just around the corner from the famous Hofbrauhaus, the best known of all the city's beer halls. The city's palaces and museums are easily accessible on foot.
The hotel's wellness facilities include a fully equipped gym, Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna, as well as a stunning rooftop pool which offers panoramic views over the rooftops of Munich.
When to visit
The hotel is located in the city centre, within walking distance to many of the city's most coveted attractions and sites.
Innsbruck & Swarovski Crystal World
Visit the City of the Golden Roofs, then marvel at the world's biggest crystal and kaleidoscope at Swarovski's Crystal World!
Konigssee Day Trip
Explore Germany's fjord-like Lake Königssee on a boat, with the towering Bavarian Alps as your scenic backdrop. Here is where you can take the postcard-shot of the famed St. Bartholoma Chapel.
Munich City Tour
Munich is a city which is easy to explore on foot. Meet a guide and set off to explore the sights of the city centre. The highlights are all close to the main square, Marienplatz, and to Maximillianstrasse, the city's most glamorous boulevard.
Neuschwanstein Castle was built in the late 19th century by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, at vast expense. The style and look of this extravagant castle have made it one of Germany's most popular tourist attractions since it opened to the public in 1886.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Visit one of the loveliest towns of the Romantic Road in Rothenburg with its fairytale-perfect houses.