Bayerischer Hof is one of the most famous hotels in Germany. The property is in fact much more than a hotel. It is a hospitality destination where entertainment, gastronomy, design and wellness are combined into a luxurious Bavarian experience.
Rooms & Suites
Bayerischer Hof boasts 337 rooms, of which 74 are suites. Each and every room is individually designed in a style ranging from traditional German to contemporary design. They are spacious, with double rooms starting at a 40 square meters. A unique experience are the rooms designed by Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt. These rooms are sleek, minimalistic and feature a mix between industrial concrete, lots of wood and authentic artistic details. Of course, luxury is the standard in all rooms in they all have flat-screen TV with multimedia features, luxurious bathrooms and amenities. The suites are the option for those looking for extra space and luxury. The biggest one, the Penthouse Garden Suite, even ranges up to 350 square metres. This suite is also designed by Axel Vervoordt and features panoramic windows with breath-taking views over Munich.
Bayerischer Hof is much more than just a hotel: it is a true destination on its own, with besides five restaurants and six bars, an incredible entertainment offer. At the [email protected] Lounge, guests can watch the latest movies from comfortable sofas. A unique experience! For evening and night entertainment, there is a fine jazz club, a piano bar and an in-house boulevard theatre.
The Blue Spa is the place for wellness. It is a beautiful health and beauty retreat spread out over four floors with great views on the city of Munich. There is an amazing pool with sliding glass roof, a steam bath, saunas, a solarium, a sun terrace and a gym. Several treatments and massages can be booked at the Blue Spa.
With 40 (!) air-conditioned banquet and function rooms, the hotel has different options meetings and events as well. The rooms range from 17 to 1700 square meter and can take up to 2.500 guests. The Palais Monteglas is truly impressive, with various classic salons and the majestic Königssaal room.
One of the biggest assets of Bayerischer Hof is the amazing food and beverage offer. The property features no less than six restaurants and five bars and has become a true culinary destination.
The flagship restaurant of the hotel is Atelier restaurant that holds 3 Michelin stars. Here, Head chef Jan Hartwig serves a seasonal fine-dining cuisine on the highest level. For more information, please consult our separate article.At Palais Keller, guests can enjoy Bavarian classics beneath a historic vaulted ceilingAt the Blue Spa Lounge guests can opt for light dishes, a barbecue and great drinks on winter garden and terrace,overlooking the rooftops of MunichThe Roof garden and roof garden lounge offer the possibility for a champagne breakfast buffet and an à la carte breakfast areaAt the Garden the chefs serve classics and brasserie dishes with a modern twistTrader Vic‘s has become famous with Polynesian specialities from a beech oven, cooked according to original recipesFor great drinks and cocktails, head to one of the five bars. Our favourite? The Falk‘s Bar, where you can enjoy award-winning cocktails in the listed hall of mirrors.
Bayerischer Hof is a true example of iconic hospitality in Germany. Much more than a hotel, this property offers amazing options for entertainment, business and gastronomy. From a day full of wellness to three Michelin star dining, from a Sofa cinema to a fine jazz club. It’s always hard to leave Bayerischer Hof – the icon of Munich!
Written by Sven & Frank