Promenadeplatz 2-6 Munich
History, fine dining and wellness unite at this venerable, city center hotel.
Remarkably, the Dalai Lama and Paris Hilton have something in common. They have both checked in at this iconic hotel, along with a host of rich and famous from around the world. The Bayerischer Hof has been providing a luxury welcome ever since opening its doors in 1841 as a guesthouse for the royal Bavarian family. These days, guests can begin their experience with a choice of five designer guest room styles, from dramatic colonial to romantic Laura Ashley. Classic rooms can be found in the heritage Palais Montgelas wing. Presidential and Panorama suites boast opulent residential style and gorgeous views.
More than ten restaurants and bars make the hotel a dining destination unto itself. There is an outpost of the legendary Trader Vic's, and Atelier serves a modern, globally influenced menu in an upscale setting reminiscent of an artist's garret, created by Belgian art dealer Axel Vervoordt. The location for Falk’s Bar originated in 1839 and is the only room at the hotel to have survived WWII unharmed. Sunday Jazz Brunch is a memorable event at Palais Keller, a former salt store with origins dating to 1425. Blue Spa sits above the city skyline and features a swimming pool with a sliding glass roof. With more than 40 historic and modern meeting and event spaces, the hotel is able to accommodate gatherings for up to 2,500 people.