Rooms 75 /Architecture Kull & Weinzierl /Interior Design Kull & Weinzierl /The Original Rudi Kull, Albert Weinzierl
Situated in the heart of Munich’s old town, Cortiina Hotel is the result of one of the Bavarian capital’s most inspired partnerships—that of gastronome Rudi Kull and architect Albert Weinzierl. With its feng shui-inspired ambience, Cortiina exemplifies Kull and Weinzierl's shared philosophy, synthesizing sophisticated design, impeccable service, and a deep relationship with the local creative scene. Even the hotel’s name was modified to express harmonious balance. Encompassing 75 rooms, the Cortiina's aesthetic exudes relaxed elegance and soothing minimalism. Regional materials such as stone pine, bronze, linen, and bog oak coalesce in each guestroom's harmonious arrangement, underscored by warm, mood-enhancing hues of deep crimsons and rich earth tones. The golden glow of the classic Grapes Weinbar, meanwhile, invites guests to partake in Munich's well-heeled social scene late into the night. Here, connoisseurs will discover rare vintages and surprises from all over the world.
MUC - Munich Franz Josef Strauss International Airport
Food & Drink
Restaurant, bar & lounge
Spa & Recreation
Fitness center and sauna
Breakfast, computer rental, parking
Rooms & Suites
Inspired by the principles of Chinese feng shui philosophy, the Cortiina’s conscientious arrangement of its diverse rooms ensures harmonious spatial compositions that are both relaxing and sensually stimulating. First established in 2001, the boutique hotel in Munich’s Old Town added an adjoining apartment wing with a separate entrance in 2007 that features 33 rooms, three of which are outfitted with fully equipped kitchenettes. These kitchenettes are also available in the rear wing’s two business suites, allowing guests to enjoy the autonomous comforts of home. The bathrooms’ geometric minimalism is accompanied by slabs of Jura limestone, while beds are comprised of natural rubber mattresses, duvets filled with untreated cotton, and unbleached, high-quality Italian cotton sheets. With its two floors, the Maisonette Suite is definitely a highlight where two private balconies offer breathtaking views of Munich.
Altstadt – or the Old Town – is the historical heart of Munich and was restored after the war to retain the fairytale feel that once prevailed here. Get your traditional Bavarian fill with a 16th-century beer hall, the Viktualienmarkt (open-air farmer’s market), and the Munich City Museum with its collection of marionettes and authentic local treasures.