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9
City Center
15 reviews
The entrance and roof garden are a dramatic departure from the original design, with sophisticated lighting elements dominating the entrance and decorated alcoves lending the space warmth and intimacy. — Wallpaper
9
City Center
15 reviews
This snow-white neo-Renaissance town house near Maximilianstrasse and the Hofbräuhaus is straining to be the most luxe thing in Bavaria—and it may be succeeding. — Concierge
9
Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
14 reviews
This luxury hotel is situated in the old botanic garden. Its fine decor has a simple, modern and elegant style. — Michelin Guide
9
City Center
14 reviews
An elaborate tea is served each afternoon and two bars bring shades of camaraderie, with the signature bar stocked with two dozen varieties of champagne. — Star Service
8
City Center
11 reviews
The Louis Hotel is designed with a chic modern alpine appeal: floors and tables of oiled local wood, doors with woven rattan detailing, and a big natural stone fireplace in the lobby. — Concierge
8
Ludwigvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
11 reviews
Wraps all that's great about Munich – history, innovation, elegance, the art of living – into one neat and appealing package. — Lonely Planet
8
Au-Haidhausen
8 reviews
It's tasteful, it's restrained, it's perfectly mannered, and it's very, very aware of how prestigious a stay here can really be. — Frommer's
8
City Center
11 reviews
The Cortiina Bar & Restaurant, with a fireplace and lounge chairs, serves selected teas and handcrafted cocktails, and has become a Munich hot spot. — Oyster
8
Ludwigvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
8 reviews
The clientele in this modern hotel right on the Karlsplatz - the 'Stachus' as it's known locally - is young or at least young at heart.'. — Michelin Guide
8
Bogenhausen
7 reviews
Just minutes from the city center with 20 meeting venues, we offer great renewal in the 1,500-square-meter Arabella Spa and WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio — Afar Magazine
8
City Center
7 reviews
The privately owned Platzl has won awards and wide recognition for its ecologically aware management. — Fodor's
8
Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
6 reviews
Located 30 minutes from the center via S-Bahn 8 and linked to one of Europe's most impressive airports, the Hilton Munich, previously a Kempinski, remains one of Europe's best airport hotels. — Star Service
7
City Center
6 reviews
One of the city’s most refined boutique boltholes — The Telegraph
7
Ludwigvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
8 reviews
Crisp, professionally run operation with well-maintained business-standard rooms, big breakfasts and attentive staff — Lonely Planet
7
Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
6 reviews
A stylish, dead-central hotel with roof-terrace views, including daily breakfast and a welcome drink. — Jetsetter
7
Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
3 reviews
Everything seems designed to make a guest feel at home. The interiors of the midsize bedrooms mix modern design and charm and informal comfort. — Frommer's
7
Nymphenburg
6 reviews
Just a five-minute amble from Schloss Nymphenburg, this tranquil refuge is run by a friendly team who take time to get to know their guests. — Lonely Planet
7
Ludwigvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
6 reviews
Le Méridien Munich is a stylish, mid-sized hotel presence in the city, with 381 rooms across nine floors — The Telegraph
7
Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
5 reviews
Tucked away on a quiet street near the train station, this hotel appeals to a wide range of travelers, from businesspeople to tourists on a budget. — Fodor's
7
Au-Haidhausen
6 reviews
First-class hotel with 481 luxuriously appointed rooms, of which 20 are suites and one is a presidential suite. — DK Eyewitness
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