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Best areas in Munich for luxury hotels

Munich is one of Germany’s most stylish cities, and this is clearly reflected in its top-end hotels. You’ll find many of these scattered around the enchanting streets of Altstadt-Lehel, the historic beating heart of the city. Here, you’ll be dazzled by Gothic town hall spires, grand churches, and the fairytale splendor of Marienplatz. Schwabing gives it a run for its money as the city’s chicest neighborhood, with its Michelin-star restaurants, designer boutiques, and exclusive hotels. In Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, you can reside in luxury on the edge of the jaw-dropping Nymphenburg Palace, with its expansive gardens.

Top luxury hotels in Munich

The InterCityHotel München is a smart, stylish, centrally located hotel, with state-of-the-art business and conference facilities, lavish breakfast spreads, and an alluring lounge bar. The Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is one of the city’s most prestigious hotels, with a blissfully indulgent full-service spa, a shimmering indoor pool, and a choice of slick restaurants serving gourmet European cuisine. Angelo by Vienna House Munich Westpark boasts head-turning modern decor, a gleaming fitness center, and lovely home comforts like flat-screen TVs, free toiletries, and WiFi.

Where to find the best fine dining in Munich

Altstadt-Lehel is where to head for a lavish, authentic Bavarian feast – think succulent veal schnitzel in a decadent butter-fried breadcrumb coating, or mouth-watering roast venison with rich gravy. This proudly traditional city also boasts an ever-growing number of innovative international restaurants, many of which you’ll find in hip Schwabing. Tantalize your taste buds with a Michelin-star tasting menu, or savor an Italian home-cooked meal prepared with organic, locally sourced produce. Maxvorstad’s also scattered with upscale eateries – take your pick from elegant modern Japanese fare or gourmet takes on Thai classics.

The most unique things to do in Munich

For a luxurious night out to remember, spend some time in the company of the Bavarian State Opera at the National Theater Munich. One of the world’s finest opera houses, its Neo-Classical exterior resembles an ancient Greek temple, and its ornate auditorium is enchantingly elegant. Further astonishing interiors await at Nymphenburg Palace. At this magical 17th-century summer residence, you can also explore a walled garden dotted with exquisite marble statues, and get lost in a mysterious maze. If you feel like a spot of self-indulgent retail therapy, make a beeline for Maximilianstraße, the city’s most exclusive shopping destination. Here, you’ll find a who’s who of top international brand names, sitting alongside quirky independent boutiques, cutting-edge galleries, and treasure-filled jewelry stores.

Best ways to get around Munich

Munich’s extensive, efficient network of underground and suburban trains makes getting around a breeze. If privacy and comfort are your priority, you’ll find taxi ranks dotted all over the city. This being the home of BMW, you’ll also find no shortage of luxurious cars for hire, although it’s worth bearing in mind that rush hour traffic can get very heavy.

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