In terms of location, Bierscher Hof also offers guests the best: Marienplatz, the city’s main square, is a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, as are the Bavarian Opera House and the Christmas Market. Up to 10 minutes away you will find the main shopping street of Maxpoorstadt and many other shopping centers with a variety of brands and designer stores. The nearest subway station is only 300 meters from the hotel and the main station is a 12-minute walk away.
Munich is a beautiful city and it’s worth taking advantage of every moment, but it’s still worth taking a break for a few hours for the benefit of the hotel’s successful and pampering spa. Professional masseurs are waiting for you in a pleasant space who will be happy to give you the treatment you choose from the long menu, with massages in a variety of methods from different parts of the world. In the spa you can also enjoy a heated indoor pool, a jacuzzi and a sauna. In between you can have a drink or even enjoy a meal in the spa lounge.
Those who wish to maintain their training routine can do so in the hotel’s well-equipped and well-equipped gym, all in front of an excellent view of Munich.
The rooms at Bierscher Hof display a high level of grandeur and elegance. Each room and suite received a slightly different design, therefore each accommodation is unique. The style of all of them is very elegant and in each of the rooms you can enjoy air conditioning, a king size bed, a TV with international channels, large windows, a table, a coffee machine, a small refrigerator with a mini bar, a kitchenette and a sofa. The shower also does not fall short of the standard of the room and has a pampering bath and luxurious toiletries. Guests can surf at their leisure on the hotel’s wireless internet.
Traveling with the family? Spacious family rooms await you and the children will be able to enjoy TV channels suitable for their age and children’s meals in the restaurants. Parents are welcome to use the babysitting services of the hotel.
The hotel offers a variety of culinary options, from Michelin restaurants to places to grab a sandwich. “Atelier” is a restaurant decorated with no less than 3 Michelin stars and the chef’s work is defined as combining food with art. Although the “Garden” restaurant did not win Michelin stars, it still appears in the leading food guides. There you will find traditional German food with a modern approach. “Flai Keller” is a Bavarian restaurant with a long history and “Trader Weeks” is Asian as usual. There are 3 more cafes in the hotel and no less than 6 bars, one of which is also a night club.