Feast your eyes on Munich’s skyline as you dine on the rooftop. Image by Leading Hotels of the World.
After extensive renovations amounting to €12 million (S$20 million), Bayerischer Hof is all ready to pamper visitors to Munich with top-notch facilities and services fit for royalty.
Constructed in 1839 under the orders of King Ludwig I, Bayerischer Hof bears as much history as Munich’s most famous churches and museums that stand within walking distance. Empress Elisabeth of Austria, Albert Einstein and Ernest Hemingway are just some of the famous personalities who have stepped through the doors of this iconic hotel run by the Volkhardt Family since 1897.
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With the refurbishment, the hotel now has a total of 337 unique rooms and suites, each individually designed by the likes of star architect Siegward Graf Pilati and renowned interior designer Axel Vervoordt. Depending on your tastes, you can take your pick from romantic Laura Ashley rooms to classical-style rooms replete with precious antiques that channel 19th-century European elegance.
If you prefer more privacy and exclusivity, you can live the high life — literally — in the city’s largest penthouse garden suite that occupies the entire eighth floor overlooking the rooftops of Munich. Here, you can enjoy personalised butler service and private champagne breakfast and massages in the privacy of your own penthouse.
The redesigned Atelier restaurant, a proud winner of three Michelin stars, also promises to delight your taste buds with exquisite and modern French and Mediterranean cuisine.
To unwind at the end of the day, you can catch a play or movie at the in-house theatre and luxury cinema, or rejuvenate at the rooftop Blue Spa with a swim or a therapeutic massage.
Room tariffs begin from €315 (S$511) per night for a single room. When you book with Quotient, you get to enjoy VIP welcome amenities, complimentary room upgrades (subject to availability), early check-ins and late check-outs, and hotel or resort credits.