The Hotel Opéra with its unique façade, located in the heart of the Bavarian capital Munich, enchants with its 25 individually and lovingly furnished rooms and suites and its Mediterranean Renaissance courtyard. The Eisbach flows through the hotel courtyard, which is decorated with arcades, lemon trees and a lush array of flowers. Mediterranean charm with birdsong and the murmur of the brook let you feel the closeness to Italy.
The rooms and suites are a beautiful architectural ensemble of art and design. Each has its own distinctive style, just as each person has their own unique personality. Hotel founder Ernestine Lutz furnished the house with carefully selected antiques, valuable furniture and the finest fabrics and materials as early as 1976, the year of its founding.
The hotel also has a lot to offer in culinary terms. The breakfast experience, known for the fact that there is no buffet, but the exclusive selection of dishes is served at the tables in the elegant winter garden of the hotel, arranged on hand-painted tableware. Accompanied by silverware from Christofle in Paris. A very special experience.
In the warmer months, guests can of course also have breakfast in the courtyard or enjoy a cappuccino or glass of wine in the afternoon after returning from a museum tour or shopping trip.
Those who want even more privacy simply resort to the personal 24-hour private bar service.
The central yet quiet location in the popular Lehel
district, with the enchanted St. Anna Square at its heart, invites you to linger. But also the exclusive Maximilianstraße, the Isar and the English Garden are only a few minutes walk away.
The small city palace with its glamorous rooms also offers a dreamlike setting for festivities of all kinds that rely on the fascination of luxury, emotion and perfect service. Celebrations can be held in the Orangery, the Winter Garden and the Mediterranean courtyard, which is a particularly popular venue for smaller weddings.
The restaurants within walking distance, Restaurant Gandl with its Mediterranean cuisine and Restaurant Bar Lehel, which combines international cuisine and bar culture,
provide for the physical well-being.
For the younger generation there is another trendy hotel belonging to the family. In the trendy Westend district, the Boutique Hotel Krone is located directly at the Theresienwiese. Attractively located not only for the Oktoberfest, from there you can also explore the city on foot or by hotel bike. And in the summer months, Thursday evenings with live music in front of the hotel and delicious drinks invite you to linger. A new hotspot in the Munich hotel scene.
If you are looking for an individual hotel with impressive architecture and a central location on your next visit to Munich, you will feel right at home in these two boutique hotels worth seeing. Moreover, the extremely personal atmosphere is palpable – from the first reception to the warm farewell.