Whatever you would like to do in and around Munich, our Head Concierge Andrea Busato, and his team will be happy to help.
Whether you are trying to get a table at your favourite Italian restaurant that claims to be fully booked, whether you want last minute tickets for the opera, a city tour or a private shopping session in a luxury boutique. We make the “impossible” possible!
Our experienced team can also help with personalised tips for you.
Andrea Busato recommends Bar Lehel, just a stone’s throw from the hotel, and the French restaurant Le Barestovino.
Massimo Francucci, Concierge Ambassador, was born and bred in Rome and is an opera as well as a football aficionado. He therefore recommends a night at the National Theatre Munich, arguably the most beautiful German Opera House, and – naturally – a visit to the Allianz Arena, where FC Bayern celebrates its victories.
At the ‘Osteria Italiana’, the oldest Italian restaurant in town or at the ‘Acquarello’ (awarded with one Michelin star) you can enjoy sublime Italian delicacies.
Michael Weber, Assistant Chef Concierge also recommends a visit to Pussers in Falkenturmstraße, one of Munich’s oldest classic bars, or to the Ayinger tavern on Platzl to savour their fantastic schnitzel.
Concierge Jan Gartz suggests you visit to the Residenz Museum where you can view the works of art displayed in the Treasury. But no trip to Munich would be complete without watching the Town Hall clock on Marienplatz. For the best views of the Munich skyline he suggests you climb to the top of the Olympic tower at night.
The ‘Wiener Platz‘ is a hidden gem when it comes to shopping and dining and is highly recommended by concierge Robert Malinski. You will find numerous shops and restaurants which have been there for generations. Also located at the ‘Wiener Platz’ is the ‘Hofbräukeller’, a beer garden that is very popular with the locals and well-known for its Bavarian delicacies.
Contact our Concierge Team for your request:
T: +49 89 2125 2110 or email@example.com