November 8, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Bayerischer Hof in Munich, Germany
When Bayerischer Hof first opened it's doors to globetrotters in 1841, an international hospitality star was born in Munich. With a selection of 350 luxurious guest rooms, world class luxury is brought to you in the purest style. A long tradition of unparalleled service is the reputation of this internationally acclaimed Preferred Hotels & Resorts property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group. Royalty, Presidents, and superstars of the globe have been guests for centuries, allured by effortless style clad in neutral tones and elegant furnishings. Six different room styles are offered to guests, richly appointed with spa inspired washrooms. Whether watching a movie in the new cinema lounge, or toasting with pre-dinner drinks at one of six bars, Munich's finest is within reach during your European getaway.
From the center of Munich, arrive in style, walking distance to monuments, museums, and a host of restaurants. Stroll quintessential cobblestone lanes on your way to Alte Pinakothek, home to the city's most famous artwork and international collections. On a beautiful day, lounge in the Chinese Pagoda under clear blue skies at the Englischer Garte. A popular stomping ground for locals and visitors, people watching over Japanese tea, or walking in a sprawling garden is a wonderful way to enjoy the beauty of Germany.
Location of Bayerischer Hof
Nearest Airport: FMG
Amenities for Bayerischer Hof
- General Information
- 350 Guest Rooms
- 6 Restaurants
- 6 Bars
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- Live Entertainment
- Limousine Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Mini Bar
- Marble Bathrooms
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Nature Walks
- Business Center/Services
- Historic Sites
- Train Station
- Art Galleries
- Public Transportation
- Nature Reserve
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Bayerischer Hof
I love nice things, and I love great service. This hotel was both of those, but the air of this place was very distasteful. The concierge service was marginal. They misguided us on which train ticket to purchase and we almost missed our train, and in asking for directions to a specific location in a nearby square, after getting the turns, he said in a not very nice way "just look around and you will find it." We had someone else's shined shoes dropped off at our door. When we noticed them we immediately brought them downstairs to the front desk. They said they had been searching all morning for them and didn't even say thank you to us! The other guests are clearly for the most part very well off, and go to this hotel to see and be seen. We were dressed for sight seeing and slightly younger than the average age there, and I felt looked down upon for it. My main complaint is just that the staff and guests alike were high-end-snobby not high-end-classy. Would have rather stayed at a smaller, lesser known hotel where they would appreciate my business more and have staff that is warmer, better at helping, and just more inviting overall.
Morgan G - Chicago, Illinois, United States
I spent 3 days in Bayerischen Hof during October Fest, and it was a great experience. Nice gorgeous room, nice marble bathroom, excellent amenities despite advanced hotel age. Great restaurants (tried all of them), great breakfast, great location, great service. Pricey but it fits.
A_Baden2014 - Baden, Switzerland
The room was old fashioned, authentic and there were chocolates and waters presented for us. Just gorgeous! We enjoyed our massages in the spa, but the layout was very confusing - just really spread out. The roof top restaurant was crowded and the service wasn't great, but we enjoyed the views and the drinks!
We stayed here for a weekend for Oktoberfest and enjoyed our stay but did not love it. The hotel is famous but also a bit dated. They did not offer room keycards but rather large keys with keychains on them that we had to give and take from the concierge every time, which is inconvenient. Hotel location is nice, about 10 minutes walk to the main square. They do offer a wonderful breakfast, and I'd recommend it for couples or older family members as it is more of a "high society" property and not as much a family hotel.
j_watts33 - Prague, Czech Republic
We visited Munich again this northern summer after having last visited in 2013. Then, as now, we stayed at the glorious Bayerischer Hof - the unofficial royal palace of Bavaria! We had a marvellous suite designated to us by the kind management. The room was, for the want of a better word, magnificent! Stylish dĂ©cor, impressive in size and clean as a whistle. The hotel itself is a Belle Epoque masterpiece in a magnificent location in central Munich. Everything that you want to see is a short walk away - including the legendary beer halls. Back to the hotel, the staff are all wonderful. Never met a person who did not have a genuine smile on their face, no matter what time of day it was. Bavarian friendliness was everywhere on display. Axel the bar tender in the legendary Falk's Bar is a cool cat. Very likeable guy. So were the other bar tenders who displayed exceptional service. But the biggest star of the Bayerischer Hof is undoubtedly the concierge Florian Weidenbach. Both in 2013 and on this trip, Florian was an invaluable guy to talk to about whatever it is you want to do that day. Ne with helpful suggestions, or trouble shooting minor problems. No problem is too great or too small for Florian. In my 2013 review, I said that Florian was as good as any concierge on the continent - this still holds true today. My wife and I consider Florian to be our "friend in Munich". A credit to the Bayerischer Hof. The negative reviews I have seen here sound like they are describing some other hotel somewhere else - because in our two visits to this hotel four years apart, everything has been exemplary. Ignore negative self entitled people and experience this glorious hotel for yourself - you will not regret it!
VicNicholas - Melbourne, Australia