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Leading Spa Bayerischer Hof

Munich, Germany

Originally conceived by King Ludwig I, the Bayerischer Hof is one of Munich's most legendary hotels. History and contemporary flair mingle with easy elegance. Its iconic Blue Spa, offering barbecues in summer and an unique ice bar in winter with views of Munich, and was created by Andrée Putman. The newest restaurants, Atelier and Garden, are by interior designer Axel Vervoordt, who also devised the Cinema Lounge; complete with its own Night Club with live Jazz, five restaurants, six bars and the theatre, it is a self-contained haven that draws celebrities and heads-of-state. Guest rooms are in a variety of styles, designed by famous architects. Top-floor suites have breathtaking views, private spa access, terraces or open fireplaces. Voted in numerous rankings as one of the best grand hotels in Europe.

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Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel

Munich, Germany

Munich’s The Charles Hotel is an enclave for art lovers thanks to an abundance of original works displayed throughout: paintings by Franz von Lenbach, photography by Hubertus von Hohenlohe and Faber Castell sculptures. The location is equally culture-centric; it’s an easy walk to the Neue Pinakothek, the acclaimed museum focused on 18th- and 19th-century art. Part of The Rocco Forte Collection, The Charles Hotel (named after Sir Rocco Forte’s father), boasts some of the largest hotel rooms in town, with cheerful modern interiors and spacious limestone-clad bathrooms. Most have views of the Botanical Gardens and Munich’s pretty historical houses. The bustling setting is also the main draw of Davvero restaurant, whose leafy terrace is a lovely enclave during the spring and summer.

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Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München

Munich, Germany

Opened in 1858, the palatial Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München has played host to a number of celebrities and royals (King Maximilian II originally used it as a guesthouse). The lobby, presided over by a gorgeous, meticulously restored stained-glass dome, sets a grand tone that continues in the antique-filled public spaces and uniquely decorated guest rooms. Business and leisure travelers alike appreciate the central location, right on the Maximilianstrasse, the heart of the city's shopping and culinary scenes. The hotel's own VUE Maximilian restaurant is a popular spot for special-occasion meals, thanks to its elegant setting and innovative regional-inspired cuisine. In walking distance to the Bavarian Opera House, it's one of the most coveted tables during the annual Opera Festival.

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Hotel Königshof

Munich, Germany

Munich's Karlsplatz is the city's largest square and always buzzing with locals and visitors. During the summer, kids run into the large central fountain; during the winter, an ice-skating rink delights. The fact that the square is such a central meeting spot is just one of the reasons that the Hotel Königshof is envied for its location on it (the square's proximity to the train station and main shopping thoroughfare are two more). The property is a favorite for special events, particularly at night when the private salons offer stunning views of the illuminated Frauenkirche cathedral. The restaurant itself attracts residents and guests alike for Michelin-starred cuisine based on local ingredients.

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Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt

Rottach-Egern, Germany

Timeless hospitality and culinary variety take center-stage at this hotel on Lake Tegernsee, one of Germany’s most beautiful resort destinations for both summer and winter. Bavarian tradition still plays a decisive role in the Tegernsee Valley and the beautiful traditional clothing is loved and used for all occasions. There is a private beach, key for summer seasons when crowds flock to the public shores from nearby Munich. The resort’s spa is one of the largest in the region, and it offers relaxing, pampering massages or other treatments using a range of products such as Clarins, La Prairie, O.P.I. and St. Barth. An equally indulgent experience can be found at the hotel’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant.

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Munich, Germany

Location

Location

+49

Country Dialing Code

Country Dialing Code

230 volts AC, 50Hz

Round two-pin plugs are standard.

Electricity

Electricity

GMT + 1

(GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October)

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