Mandarin Oriental, Munich

Quietly tucked away in a side street, yet centrally located near the famed Maximilianstrasse, Mandarin Oriental, Munich is an elegant gem, combining timeless, sophisticated charm with a contemporary, modern design and subtle Oriental accents. The hotel provides the highest level of personalized service in the city centre and is home to a selection of stylish, elegant restaurants and bars including Matsuhisa, Munich by world renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa.

FANTASTIC FACTS

Built in 1880, the main historic structure was home to one of Munich’s most elegant ballrooms; the building was turned into a hotel in 1990.

Guests can enjoy a 360-degree view from one of Munich’s most impressive roof terraces displaying a fantastic panorama of the Alps on a clear day

The hotel is proud to be one of the first hotels in Germany to have replaced all single-use plastic in guest and bathrooms with sustainable alternatives

On property colleagues are fluent in 33 different languages including Arabic and Russian; ensuring guest requests are never lost in translation.

The hotel displays a unique art concept, especially conceptualized for the hotel, paying tribute to Munich’s location as “Gateway to the Alps” by renowned German painter Felix Rehfeld. Each guestroom showcases an image of its “own” mountain which can be found in miniature format in the masterpiece of 100 small painted images of mountain ranges in the lobby

Mandarin Oriental, Munich offers a distinctive butler service, whereby every afternoon guests can indulge in a glass of Bubbly served in the privacy of their room directly from the custom-made Champagne trolley.

During Nobu’s annual visit in Munich, guests can not only enjoy the Matsuhisa Munich special menu, but also Sushi-Making classes by the master himself

The label of one of the best Sakes served at Matsuhisa Munich, Junmai Ginjo 71 was created by his daughter Junko.

 

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Hotel at a glance

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Enjoying a convenient location in the Bavarian capital, we are within walking distance of many of Munich’s major attractions.

  • In the centre of the atmospheric old town
  • Within walking distance of Marienplatz and the Residence
  • Close to the city’s best restaurants and designer boutiques
  • 35-minute drive to the airport

Individually designed with an East-meets-West aesthetic, our 73 rooms and suites are some of the largest in Munich.

  • 48 rooms, some with views over the city, others overlooking the Hofbräuhaus beer gardens
  • 25 spacious suites, some with outdoor terraces
  • Elegant neo-Biedermeier design combined with chic Asian influences
  • Spacious marble bathrooms with heated floors and mirrors

An enticing mix of mouth-watering cuisine, delicious drinks and stunning design.

  • Matsuhisa Munich features the award-winning ‘New Style Japanese-Peruvian’ cuisine of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa
  • Exotic cocktails in the vibrant atmosphere of Ory Bar
  • The Lounge, all day dining, offers afternoon tea, cake specialities and an international cuisine
  • The Terrace, seasonally open from May to September, offers spectacular views of Munich
  • Exotic cocktails and late-night food in the vibrant atmosphere of Ory Bar

Work out in our gym, relax in the sauna and steam room or head out and explore the city.

  • Fully-equipped fitness centre
  • Personal training sessions available
  • Turkish steam bath and Finnish sauna

Centrally located with a choice of first-class venues, we offer the ideal setting for your meeting, wedding or event.

  • Three interconnecting salons available to be used individually or as a whole
  • Rooftop Terrace for private parties during summer
  • In-house event team
  • Fully-equipped business centre

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Your essential guide to Munich

Mandarin Oriental, Munich is perfectly located on the edge of the historic Altstadt (Old Town), just a few hundred metres away from the twin-towered, 15th-century Frauenkirche, and Marienplatz, the beating heart of the city.