Style: Luxury Boutique Hotel Perfect for: Private and social events, meetings, business, leisure, weekend escapes
Area: near the famed Maximilianstrasse.
Hidden away in a quiet side street yet conveniently located near the famed Maximilianstrasse, the Mandarin Oriental, Munich exudes Neo-Renaissance charm, providing the highest levels of personalised service and facilities.

The generously-sized Mandarin Deluxe rooms are warm and stylishly decorated with hints of the orient, befitting the Mandarin Oriental's roots.The marble bathrooms incorporate a separate showers and deep baths. Technology includes Bang and Olufsen flat screens, in both the bedroom and bathroom, and a ultra chic DVD player . In all rooms Mandarin Oriental service extends to a complimentary mini bar, a yoga mat for morning rituals and a Mercedes bicycle for city touring.

The hotel has a number of options if guest wish for that extra space and luxury, the Mandarin Suite being the most lavish available. The private accommodation comprises a series of five rooms which can be configured to most needs, one furnished as a private dining room, office or games room or as takes your fancy. Each room offers a different aspect, some overlooking Munich's elegant rooftops and the ornate church spires dotted at regular intervals.The Mandarin Suite's finest view is from the glass enclosed dining area and wrap around balcony which gives out onto stunning view's of Munich Cathedral

Further touches of luxury include a fabulous collection of fine oriental antiques, Swarovski crystal chandeliers, a Bulthaup kitchen, a bathroom with Jacuzzi and steam room and a bed swathed in unique hand woven silk sheets. The hotel staff are always on hand to attend to every need, though guests may find that the hotel has already anticipated many with numerous thoughtful details such as mobile phones to keep guests connected anywhere in the hotel and a Mercedes Benz convertible at their disposal.

In the summer months guests enjoy the rooftop heated pool, while their is also a small exercise room including programmable equipment and free weights.

Dining is an equally pleasurable experience with several different options including the fabulous Michelin-starred Mark's Restaurant, renowned throughout Munich for its culinary excellence.

The Mandarin Oriental is without doubt one of Munich's premier addresses' and with such fine attention to detail looks set to stay that way for the foreseeable future.


The hotel's chef , Tobias Jochim, gained a coveted Michelin star for the restaurant 's superb predominantly French cuisine, with inspiration drawn from around the Mediterranean. Tobias makes sure that only the freshest ingredients are used, even if brought in from Brittany and Normandy or further afield to ensure everything is as fresh and authentic as possible.

A sweeping ...
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staircase leads up to the restaurant's columned Renaissance interior that evokes old world charm. Windows above the tree-lined side streets let light flow through the open space and the atmosphere is unobtrusive, with plenty of space between the wide tables. In the evenings piano music wafts up from the lobby, inviting guests to linger long over coffee.


Hotel chef Tobias Jochim let's guests sample the lighter side of French cuisine in elegant but casual surroundings. Set on the ground floor, with wide windows, the bistro has both cafe views of Munich's passing life and the lively atmosphere of the hotel lobby. Select a la carte or for some seasonal inspiration or try the set menu which ...
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is recreated with fresh ideas every three months.


The hotel's newly designed China Moon Roof Terrace is one of Munich's most closely guarded secrets. Guests can take in a fabulous 360 degree panorama of the city while enjoying al fresco dining, cocktails or a dip in the pool. Open during the summer months from May until October, the China Moon serves Asian and Mediterranean specialties created ...
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by the hotel's Michelin-Starred Chef Tobias Jochim. A stylish touch is the uniforms, especially designed for the hotel by Shanghai Tang.

At each side of the terrace is a map indicating the city's landmarks and spires. This is one of the best places in Munich to see the cities skyline, from the twin domes of Munich Cathedral to the imposing Parliament buildings and as a backdrop, the undulating alpine horizon.

  • Olympic Park (15 minutes)
  • Englischer Garten (10 minutes)
  • Munich Residence (10 minutes)
  • Pinakothek Galleries (7 minutes)
  • Neuscwanstein (120 minutes)
  • Mozart's birth place (120 minutes)
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Bus - Take a city tour of Munich by bus, starting at the main bus station.
  • Underground - The underground train system can be boarded at Marienplatz and take you to almost any place in Munich, including the airport.
  • Taxi - Taxis can be organised by our Concierge and picked up outside the hotel; guests can also hail a taxi on the street
  • Limousine - The hotel has a luxury limousine service for guests. Please ask our Concierge to organise this service for you.
  • Train - Most major European cities can be reached from Munich by rail.
  • Boat - The Starnberger Lake lies approximately 30km south of Munich and boat tours stop at every major city around the lake.
  • Bicycles - The hotel provides complimentary Mercedez-Benz bicycles.
  • Mark's restaurant - Michelin -starred restaurant
  • Bistro MO - Casual cuisine
  • Lobby Lounge & Mandarin Bar - cocktails/live piano
  • China Moon Roof Terrace - Open Summer months
  • Le Cafe - Breakfasts, light snacks
  • Cigar & Rum Club - Rare cigars & rum
  • Rooftop Pool
  • 24-hour Business Centre
  • Meeting Spaces
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