Centrally located in the very heart of Munich’s old town Mandarin Oriental, Munich is surrounded by the State Opera, the famous Hofbräuhaus and the exclusive Maximilian shopping mile. Within this lively, cultural and enticing environment, the hotel is an elegant gem, marking a symbiosis of timeless, sophisticated charm and traditional Bavarian elegance, combined with modern design, contemporary luxury and subtle oriental accents.
Each of the 48 guest rooms and 25 suites are individually designed with an East-meets-West aesthetic. With views stretching over the city or the famous Hofbräuhaus beer garden, the room’s design blends boutique chic and classic comfort.
Within an extensive nine-month refurbishment of the public areas in 2015, Mandarin Oriental, Munich has established an innovative gastronomy concept. This includes three dining areas, which can be visited by hotel guests as well as Munich locals: Matsuhisa Munich, The Lounge and The Terrace. The hotel’s culinary department is led by Michelin Star chef Caspar Bork.
The hotel’s newly designed fitness and wellness area (150m²) is located on the ground floor. It houses a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment from TechnoGym and a Kinesis Wall as well as a Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna. A personal trainer is bookable on individual request through the concierge..
On the first floor, Mandarin Oriental, Munich offers three rooms for private events and meetings with up to 150 people. All of the spaces benefit from natural daylight, air conditioning, high speed internet and wireless LAN. Guests can choose between three different food styles: Japanese-Peruvian Matsuhisa food, classic international dishes as well as fine dining cuisine by executive chef, Caspar Bork. The hotel’s event offer can be combined with lunch, dinner or cocktail receptions in one of the new facilities, like Matsuhisa, Munich or The Terrace.