Why it’s worth traveling for…
Home to one of the best addresses in the city, Louis Hotel sits on the edge of Munich’s famous Viktualienmarkt, known for its towering blue and white maypole, food stalls, restaurants and beer garden. Stylish in its modern design, the hotel features neutral shades, natural stones, oak flooring, and hand-crafted furniture. Televisions are craftily concealed inside tall upholstered cabinets, bathrooms come with heated mirrors and fluffy robes, and we especially love the French balconies with views of the market.
Explore Munich’s historic quarter of Marienplatz by foot or opt for a bicycle (the hotel has several) to tour around the city. To view some of Germany’s most beautiful Bavarian lakes, arrange a car to Lake Tegernsee, Lake Starnberger See or Lake Ammersee, and nearby villages and restaurants.
The Louis Sparkling Bar (Avant-garde, vibey bar, serving sparkling wines and signature cocktails)
- Located next door to Munich’s famous Viktualienmarkt (permanent open-air market)
- Design: a cozy mix of Baroque and modern
- Hand-crafted furniture
- Housed in a historic building revamped by local architects Hild and K