The Bayerischer Hof was established in 1841 at the command of King Ludwig I, who wanted a comfortable place for his guests to stay. Since then, the traditional grand hotel has provided world-class luxury to queens, heads-of-state, Hollywood legends, pop stars, and the highest of society. Located on a quiet square just a block from the main hub of the city, the Bayerischer Hof is where history and contemporary flair mingle with elegance amidst the stunning views of Munich and the Alps.
The 275 luxurious rooms and 65 suites of the Bayerischer Hof each feature stylish ambiance, exclusive furnishings, and original interior designs, ranging from red-and-black cosmopolitan chic and Graf Pilati modern elegance, to blazing bright colonial and warm Laura Ashley romantic floral pastoral motifs. All rooms provide high-speed Wireless Internet access and air conditioning, as well as Manuel Canovas fabrics, Philippe Hurel lamps, and sand-colored, marble-clad bathrooms. Discerning guests will revel in the Classic Suites on the Panorama Floor known for their elegant bathrooms, romantic fireplaces, private spa access, and protected roof terraces with breathtaking views. For those looking for a more undisturbed stay, the rooms and suites in the adjacent Palais Montgelas offer princely accommodations in a separate wing of the building.
The hotel boasts five restaurants, including the chic yet inviting Michelin-starred Atelier created by Belgian art dealer Axel Vervoordt, the sixth floor Roofgarden designed by Jouin Manku, and the world-famous Trader Vic’s known for its Polynesian culinary delights. The iconic 13,000 square-foot Blue Spa was created by Andrée Putman and features rooftop barbecues in the summer, a unique ice bar in the winter, and an oasis of spa offerings such as a pool, sun terrace, saunas, treatments, fitness center, salon, and beauty consultations.
The Bayerischer Hof is a self-contained haven, replete with its own cinema, piano bar, art gallery, nightclub, theater, and six different bars. While the hotel has unlimited offerings within its walls, it is also situated in the heart of Munich within walking distance of many nearby attractions such as the Church of Our Lady, Hofbräuhaus Beer Hall, The Munich Residenz, Bavarian State Opera, and the New Town Hall’s famous Glockenspiel within Marienplatz square.Request Information