Louis Hotel

Viktualienmarkt 6, 80331 München, Germany

Set in a historic building renovated by local architects Hild and K and Albert Weinzierl, Munich’s Louis Hotel has a prime location on the edge of the vibrant Viktualienmarkt. Stylistically, it mixes the Baroque with the contemporary, complementing detailed stucco, French balconies, and walnut bed frames with luxurious Italian fabrics, oiled oak floors, and designer furnishings. In addition to 72 chic rooms, guests can look forward to a lobby with a large fireplace, an in-house gym and sauna, a trendy Japanese restaurant, and a rooftop terrace with sweeping views over city landmarks like St. Peter’s Church.

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The almost three-year-old Louis Hotel has cornered the market on location. It’s right on the edge of the lively and picturesque Viktualienmarkt, where residents have been buying their apples and local cheeses and sausages for more than two centuries. And when it comes to a sense of German Gemütlichkeit, the hotel has that sorted as well. Interiors feel like a modern alpine villa, with oiled wooden floors, a big fireplace in the lobby and big, fluffy duvets in the 72 chic bedrooms.

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