The Mauritzhof Hotel Munster is swanky living at its best. Explore the city of Munster from this stylish home base.
The Mauritzhof Hotel Munster boasts a metallic interior that is a lavish cocoon within sight of the old town. Floor-to-ceiling windows face the green promenade and ultra-modern furniture adds to the elevated aesthetic.
Earthy colors and clean lines are the main design mantra in this boutique hotel that focuses on contemporary luxury. Comfortable pocket spring beds ensure you get a good night’s rest. Warmed bathroom floors are a wonderful treat on cool mornings. Passed down through the family, the Mauritzhof Hotel Munster will make you feel at home at once. At the same time, the cosmopolitan retreat would fit in to any world-class city like London or New York.
Mediterranean flavors are cooked using regional products and tasty drinks are on tap at the bar. The two are both linked together, so you can drink, eat, and be merry all in one place. In the mornings, take a seat on the terrace surrounded by greenery and relish freshly baked organic bread with freshly brewed coffee. In the evenings, the 1950s style bar invites you to drink a martini by the fire. Soft candles illuminate your cozy table. Even when the weather is cooler, heaters are pulled out so you can still sit outside and listen to chilled out music.
Munster is a city of wheels: bicycle wheels. There are thousands of them in Munster, which is located between Hannover and Cologne. Grab one of the hotel’s bikes and take a spin around the city with your Ker & Downey guide. There’s a green ring around the old town, a favorite with cyclists, joggers, and people out for a stroll. The Skulptur Projekte is an art festival that attracts over half a million art lovers from around the world. See artwork by local artists in the stylish halls of Mauritzhof Hotel Munster too.
Quench your thirst at the Pinkus Muller brewery, in operation since 1816. Gather with locals in the harbor, a lively area with restaurants and bars housed in former warehouses.
See the historic gabled houses and visit the cathedral and the Schloss Munster, an 18th-century baroque palace. Paddle around the lake to get a different perspective of this picturesque city.Request Information