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Munich attracts thousands of visitors each year with its art galleries, its museums and the increasingly popular Oktoberfest. Staying in a historical hotel is a great way to experience this city’s rich Bavarian heritage in a different way. If you want to get the most out of your time in history-rich Munich, consider one of these hotels in Munich.
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Hotel Laimer Hof Nymphenburg Palace Munich
Housed in a heritage building built in 1886, the Hotel Laimer Hof Nymphenburg Palace Munich is a beautiful hotel in Nymphenburg, close to the Nymphenburg Castle and the famous beer garden, the Hirschgarten. The neo-Renaissance villa retains much of its historical character on the outside but is well equipped with modern amenities to meet the needs of modern travelers. The family-run hotel is cozy, having only 23 rooms, and is also pet-friendly. Its proximity to public transportation stops, along with facilities such as the free Wi-Fi it offers, makes it suitable for business travelers as well.
Hotelmüller München is a three-star hotel conveniently located in the heart of the city. Barely five minutes’ walking distance from the city center, it stands on a street in the lovely Glockenbach quarter. Rooms are extra-comfortable, with emphasis on creating a superior sleep experience using their special caratbeds and soundproofing. For guests who need help going to sleep, the hotel even offers MP3 players and English and German audiobooks. This nonsmoking hotel provides a good breakfast buffet and free Internet.
Hotel An Der Oper
Situated in a historic district in the city center, Hotel An Der Oper is a four-star hotel enjoying a fantastic location close to the Bavarian State Opera and other sites of interest. The hotel offers a variety of accommodation, from rooms and suites to apartments. Rooms are simple and minimally decorated, equipped with amenities such as a safe, writing desk, minibar and high-speed wired Internet. The hotel’s Italian restaurant, Osteria II Tenore, is ideal for a business lunch or a pleasant wine-and-dine experience to serve as the perfect end to your evening.
Hotel Blauer Bock
Few hotels can compare to one housed in a listed heritage building that is more than 400 years old. Close to the Viktualienmarkt and Marienplatz, Hotel Blauer Bock is the ideal base for both business and leisure travelers. Visitors can’t help but be impressed by the 200-year-old parquet lobby floor and the historic sense of Bavarian hospitality apparent from the moment one steps inside. The hotel offers a variety of accommodations suitable for a range of budgets, from fully equipped rooms featuring en suite bathrooms to others offering shared bathrooms for a lower price. Rooms offer views of historic districts, such as Sebastiansplatz, or of the old city towers. The hotel restaurant serves delectable local dishes made using the best regional and Mediterranean ingredients.
Located in the city center, Cortiina Hotel provides easy access to interesting sites such as the Marienplatz yet is a quiet haven away from the bustle of the city. Rooms have elegant décor with pastel colors, dark oak furnishings and touches such as fresh flowers in each room. Modern amenities such as a safe, free Internet, an iPod docking station and a minibar are provided to ensure everyone a comfortable stay. The hotel bar and restaurant extends onto the courtyard terrace and is a great place to unwind after a day of sightseeing in the city.