The 5* Hotel Mandarin Oriental Munich is located in the old town area of Munich in one of the most historic buildings of the Bavarian metropolis.
All 73 rooms and suites are individually designed in a mix of Asian and European styles. Guests can choose from a range of rooms, from Superior to Deluxe, Mandarin rooms and the Corner Suite to the spacious Presidential Suite. Elegant parquet flooring keeps the rooms at a comfortable temperature. The hotel also offers dedicated rooms for allergy sufferers and the disabled.
Business travellers benefit from a choice of conference rooms, all of which are equipped with the latest technology for business meetings. On request, conference attendees can be collected from the airport or station; the transfers are organised by the hotel. For creative breaks in the programme, the hotel team will gladly arrange activities such as museum tours. For international meetings, the multilingual team will provide translation services or hire an interpreter.
System integrator Helmut Lintschinger installed a KNX system and Gira HomeServer throughout the building. The Gira HomeServer is used to control all of the hotel's light scenes, including in the luxury restaurant Matsuhisa Munich managed by world-famous chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, who is more widely known as Nobu. This is his first Matsuhisa restaurant – serving an interesting fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine – in Germany. The China Moon roof terrace with panoramic views across the city is the perfect place for an evening drink.
Guests opting to enjoy a beverage in Bar 31 will find themselves in a saloon-style room with dark leather armchair and comfortable bar stools. The flooring is dark oak, and there is a fireplace on one wall, framed by shelves of decorative objects such as globes. Bar 31 deliberately combines contemporary design with homely, welcoming accents. The bar and table tops are made from wrought granite. The oversized and illuminated onyx champagne cooler is a particularly eye-catching piece. The lighting, too, is designed to delight: The lighting at the front of the bar where orders are served is different from the lighting behind the bar where the cocktails are mixed.