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Rooms 72 /Architecture Kull & Weinzierl, Hild & K Architekten /Interior Design Kull & Weinzierl, Hild & K Architekten /The Original Albert Weinzierl, Rudi Kull
Located directly on the bustling Viktualienmarkt, the Louis is an ideal starting point for any Munich visitor, a short stroll away from all the main sights of the city: Glockenspiel, Hofbräuhaus, and famed Maximilianstrasse – the neo-Gothic avenue extraordinaire. Its 72 individually designed rooms offer a delightful retreat after a jam-packed day of exploration. With the airport only 45 minutes away and the Main Train Station easily reachable by public transportation, the Louis Hotel is the perfect starting point for your journey.
MUC - Franz Josef Strauss Airport
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Rooftop Bar
Spa & Recreation
Sauna, Rooftop Terrace
Conference & Meetings
2 Meeting Rooms
Airport Shuttle, Bellman, Concierge, Parking
Rooms & Suites
Guestrooms at this central Munich hotel feature beguiling custom-made furniture, such as closets based on a suitcase design or Gentleman’s Bars filled with hand-bottled spirits. Natural woods, stone, and bronze set the stage for local designers such as the Munich design lab Winhart, whose lamps shed light on the oiled oak floors, handmade desks, and Italian fabric fittings. Carefully selected high-quality materials mean that mattresses are made of natural rubber, the bed sheets are 100% Egyptian cotton, and the French style bathrooms come with Stella fittings. Reminiscent of a Parisian metro, the bathroom tiling is definitely a highlight.
Rudi Kull and Albert Weinzierl have become two of the most acclaimed hoteliers and gastronomes in the Bavarian capital, with six restaurants and two boutique hotels in Munich. Determined to make their second hotel a place for world travelers by world travelers, the duo opened the Louis Hotel in 2009. Their collaboration has blossomed into a partnership that pushes boundaries and is consistently stimulating for themselves and Munich’s creative classes.
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.