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The bar shares its name with the brand of a whole generation. Anyone who was involved in design, art or media in the 80s – or wanted to be – spent their evenings in the bar of bon vivant Charles Schumann. Today the owner and inventor of the Swimming Pool Cocktail is the subject of books and films. But Schumann stayed Schumann. Even though his bar moved to the Hofgarten – a location much more royal than the Maximilianstrasse and the perfect place for the king of bar culture.


Munich attitude to life

Munich by bike is a match made in heaven: moving around, stopping here and there and looking. With a green tailwind – ride our stylish Andaz bikes with a picnic basket in tow for the ideal way to discover the city. Bike rental: €12 for a half day and €20 for a full day.

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Munich's green lung – The English Garden

Spanning 375 hectares, the English landscape park is one of the largest city parks in the world and worth a visit at any time of the year. With so much green space, it’s ideal for a jog, walk or a picnic away from the bustle of the city. An insider’s tip: try venturing over to the less frequently visited and tranquil northern part of the park.

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Neuschwanstein Castle

This place in the Allgäu Alps is something straight from a fairytale. King Ludwig II ordered the construction of a medieval-style castle in 1869 but died before its completion. Neuschwanstein became famous worldwide after Walt Disney used it as an inspiration for the movie Cinderella and turned the castle’s silhouette into Disney’s iconic brand logo. Don’t miss the opportunity to climb the canyon for a superb view of the castle and the surrounding Alps.

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Pinakothek der Moderne

A must-see for design lovers: Opened in 2002 and designed by Stephan Braunfels, the Pinakothek der Moderne is a favourite for Munich's vernissage-goers. The building, with its minimalist facade, is home to four museums: the Collection of Modern Art, the Bavarian Graphic Collection, the Museum of Architecture and the Neue Sammlung. The Neue Sammlung was founded 100 years ago and is said to be the oldest design museum in the world. Today the museum houses one of the world’s most expansive design collections, with 80,000 exhibits ranging from industrial design and applied arts to graphic design.


Haus der Kunst

The museum, originally constructed by the Nazis, focusses on social topics and hosts political discussions. In recent years, it has hosted exhibitions by Ai Weiwei, Gilbert & George and Andreas Gursky. The building became famous for housing the legendary P1 nightclub and being located next to the Eisbachwelle, where Munich's surfers brave the water in summer and winter.


Oktoberfest | Wiesn

Oktoberfest, locally called “Wiesn,” takes place every year in autumn. From September 16 until October 3,  Munich is proud to host the world’s largest fair, which was established in 1810 as a wedding celebration for King Ludwig I and Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. Six million visitors come to Munich to experience this event brimming with local culture, and it’s always an exciting place to make memories that will last a lifetime.


Starnberger See, Tegernsee, and Chiemsee

The rolling hills and shimmering lakes around Munich are a result of the last glacial period. The picturesque mountain scenery of the Tegernsee and its traditional villages are the main reasons for being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. Starnberger See, the biggest lake around Munich and Empress Sissi of Austria’s birthplace, was popular with Bavaria's kings. Chiemsee is known for its Herrenchiemsee Palace built by King Ludwig II, which excites visitors with amazing alpine views, secret swimming spots and rich cultural treasures.

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Lacoste Schwabinger Tor

Customers and fans of Lacoste--the French brand known for its legendary polo shirts—can discover the latest collections for women and men at the boutique in Schwabinger Tor. As a bonus, hotel guests can receive a 15% discount at the store.



Viktualienmarkt is in the city centre, right in the heart of Munich. This huge open-air food market features an abundance of fresh regional and international produce—a daily inspiration for Munich citizens and a must-see. Stroll through the various food stalls tasting healthy potato dishes at Caspar Plautz, a freshly ground espresso at Viktualienmarkt Coffee Roasters, alpine cheese varieties at Tölzer Kasladen and many more. Immerse yourself and enjoy the atmosphere with all your senses.


English Garden & Isar River

Another highlight with a bike is the English Garden. For over 225 years, people from Munich and well-travelled visitors have come here to enjoy a piece of Munich's attitude toward life. Worth seeing in the southern part are the beer garden at the Chinese tower, the round temple Monopterus with a view over the city and the Teahouse. Continue your tour through the park to the Isar River, which is a popular meeting place for sunbathing, cooling off in summer or for a fairytale walk during the cold season.

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German painter Franz von Lenbach had this Italian Renaissance-style villa built in the 19th century overlooking the Königsplatz. Today the palazzo houses the art works of the Blauer Reiter: Franz Marc, Wassily Kandinsky, August Macke, Paul Klee and Gabriele Münter. With the picturesque garden and the “Ella” restaurant housed in the impressive extension that was added in 2012, the Lenbachhaus belongs to the firm favourites of Munich's residents.



At 2,962 metres (9,718 feet), the Zugspitze is Germany's highest mountain. Catch a gondola directly next to the tropical blue Eibsee to comfortably cover 2,000 metres of height. The Panorama 2962 restaurant at the peak of the mountain gives way to gorgeous alpine views across four countries—a must-experience, especially on a clear day.

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Andaz Garden

Directly behind the terrace of The Lonely Broccoli restaurant you will find the Andaz Garden—with plants, benches and a fountain that invite you to come and relax. A meeting point for our guests and locals in which to switch off, get some fresh air and enjoy our neighbourhood.

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Alte Utting

They say ahoy and welcome aboard when you arrive on this former excursion steamer, MS Utting. Built in 1950 and then becoming part of the Bavarian Sea Fleet, this traditional ship retired at the end of 2016 and became an art and cultural object that was moved from the water to the city. Today Alte Utting is located on a railway bridge and is a beer garden, winter garden, event location, venue and restaurant in one. A popular meeting place for young and old.


Murnau – An Artist Town on the Staffelsee

This market town near the Staffelsee has been an inspiring destination for art lovers since the beginning of the 19th century. Some of the most famous artworks of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries were created here. Even today, Murnau is a lively place for artists and a popular spot for contemporary studios and galleries, as well as home to the Franz Marc Museum.

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Kunsthalle München

This is a cultural must-visit within the exciting shopping world of Fünf Höfe. The Kunsthalle is located on the second floor of the stunning building by renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, which hosts rotating exhibitions that focus on interdisciplinary topics such as fashion, pop culture and contemporary art.



If you are a fan of cars—more specifically, BMWs—this restaurant is for you. Käfer's Esszimmer is located on the third floor of BMW Welt, where you can admire their exhibition across the way while enjoying a pleasant meal. Embedded in modern architecture, its warm colours, classy interior and luxury design make for a unique and cosy dining experience.


Explore Schwabing & the neighbourhood

Let’s start with the Schwabing neighbourhood. The lively and colourful district between Münchner Freiheit and the English Garden was once considered a district of artists, writers and bohemians. Back then, Munich was the most important art metropolis in Europe, alongside Paris. Today, Schwabing offers the modern version of the bohemian lifestyle with its local bars, galleries, cabaret theatres, Art Nouveau buildings and boutiques, and is a popular residential and nightlife district.

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Prepare to be amazed at this fine dining restaurant with an urban street flair. Located in a former industrial building in Munich’s Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art (MUCA), it represents all that we love about local and sustainable produce. Inquire about the five- and six-course dinner options or casual lunches. The young and creative team was recently awarded its first Michelin Guide star.



This shopping hotspot is in the heart of the city centre, featuring an exciting mix of international brands, local shops and stylish boutiques. In the beautiful shopping arcade, you will find international brands as well as creative young designers and stylish boutiques. You can also indulge in a culinary journey along the way, with a diverse range of dining options available.


Museum District

The museum district in Maxvorstadt measures 66 hectares and is unique with over a dozen museums, exhibition halls, numerous galleries and six universities. A special eye-catcher is the Könisplatz around the Pinakotheken, probably the most famous museum in this area. Many people from Munich come here to relax, read and soak up the sun in summer and listen to open-air events.

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Die Goldene Bar

This is where you can experience what the atmosphere on a luxury liner of the Hamburg-America-Line must have been like in its prime. The Goldene Bar at Haus der Kunst invites you to indulge in gold, mahogany and warm light—inspired by the paintings of Karl Heinz Dallinger that line its walls. The garden terrace that overlooks the English Garden has been a popular destination since the 1930s, where today you can order your favorite cocktail at sunset or start your day with a hearty breakfast and sensational views.


GOP Varité Theatre

The modern Varité Theatre is known for its stylish ambience and is conveniently located on Maximilianstrasse. Experience world-class artists and entertainers who touch the heart and hit all the senses across a variety of contemporary performance art—humorous, artistic and spectacular.


Fünf Höfe

The shopping arcade between the Theatinerstrasse and Prannerstrasse with its light-flooded courtyards was designed by Swiss star-architects Herzog & de Meuron. With more than 60 stores, restaurants and cafes to explore, it's not just a trip for rainy days.


Botanical Garden – Nymphenburg

As one of the most important botanical gardens in the world, it’s home to about 19,600 species and is a place that touches all the senses. Discover themed gardens, rare birds and insect species. In the jungle-like orchid house, tropical plants thrive, and tiny frogs join free-flying butterflies to create a jungle-like atmosphere.

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Bavarian State Opera

One of the world’s leading opera houses with a rich history that spans 350 years, its diverse program offers over 40 operas from five centuries and more than 20 ballets from the nineteenth century to the present, as well as concerts and recitals. The classicist National Theatre is Germany’s largest opera house and one of the most beautiful in Europe.


Retreat with a view of the Alps

The Spa at the Andaz overlooks the rooftops of Munich and measures more than 2,000 square metres (21,527 square feet). It is one of the largest spas in Munich, where active city dwellers can indulge themselves from head to toe and enjoy a fabulous view of the Bavarian Alps. In addition to the fitness equipment, sauna and pool, the luxurious retreat offers locally inspired treatments and soothing massages that refresh both body and mind.

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The APROPOS concept stores unite fantasy and tradition with beauty and art while creating a unique lifestyle. For the past 30 years, the two owners, Klaus Ritzenhöfer and Daniel Riedo, have been providing exclusive fashion by international designers as well as beauty and interior products, showcasing an extraordinary taste for style and beauty.


Olympic Park

Only 10 minutes from the hotel by car or bike, the architecturally unique Olympic Park has been an international event centre, sports and leisure park and world-famous tourist attraction since 1972. Be it daytime or under star-studded skies, the park is a must-visit all year round. Climb the Olympic hill to gain an impressive view of the vast park that includes the 190-metre-high (623 feet) Olympic Tower, the Olympic Stadium with its iconic tent roof architecture and the tranquil Olympic Lake, all of which lie right in front of you.

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Lavish, royal urban planning gifted Munich with one of our most beautiful and most luxurious shopping streets. In 1850, King Maximilian II launched an architecture competition to design the entire street, and in the decades that followed, stately buildings in the Gothic Revival and Renaissance styles were built to line the street between the Residenz and the Isar River. Today, Munich’s premium shopping street is home to many of the most popular global luxury brands.


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