Munich’s 16-room The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar gets its name from the glorious fields surrounding both it and the scenic Isar river. Here, eleven loft studios have been individually designed in collaboration with an equal number of prominent creative types, including Austrian actress and singer Birgit Minichmayr, Folk founder Cathal McAteer, musician Michi Beck, pro-surfer Quirin Rohleder, Helmut Geier aka DJ Hell, and industrial furniture designer Norbert Wangen. The top floor features five penthouse studios as well as The Flushing Meadows Bar—a haven for guests and locals alike, with a large terrace overlooking the southern roofs of Munich. The SUPER DANKE! shop on the ground floor serves up organic smoothies, cold press juices, and cleanse programs that provide a perfect boost to the day. What’s more, thanks to the many bars that The Flushing Meadows' hoteliers Sascha Arnold, Niels Jäger, and Steffen Werner own in Munich, guests immediately have access to a number of cool places to hang out.
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The studios feature over four-meter high reinforced concrete ceilings and were individually designed in close collaboration with well-known local personalities. So surfing pro Quirin Rohleder’s bright room features a surfboard on the wall and a hammock to relax in while DJ Hell’s room casts its dark spell with black walls, skull coat hangers, and a Hell’s Angels installation. The southward-facing, rooftop penthouse studios are blessed with plenty of light and private terraces. Every room showcases exclusive illustrations and paintings by upcoming Berlin-based artist Maximilian Rödel.
When your hoteliers also happen to look like the three coolest guys in town, you know you are staying at one of the most exciting boutique hotels in Munich. Possessing a creative renegade spirit, Flushing Meadows' three owners—architects Sascha Arnold and Steffen Werner, and gastronomy and marketing consultant Niels Jäger—are those rarest of creatures: brilliant creative types by day and bar owners and scene makers at night. In short, the three author up the best of both worlds for their guests.
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