River cruises on the Rhine and Maine and the Cruise Season – these are just a few reasons why tourists would love to visit Germany. But have you planned where you stay throughout your vacation? Well, it’s not so hard to look for a comfortable place to stay in Germany. You can see a variety of hotels in every corner in Germany but what would confuse you is where you would want to stay. How do you know if it is a great place to stay? That is what you are going to find out here.
If you are in Munich, you can stay at Bayerischer Hof, a traditional hotel with outstanding accommodation and friendly staff. It will give you a comfortable stay throughout the night through its rustic setting and slightly modern rooms. Although this hotel was built in 1841, you would not see any traces of the interiors getting old. Bayerischer Hof is fairly affordable and close to many facilities around the city.
What was once a private residence of a German empress is now a stunning hotel. If you want a bit of royal experience, this hotel is perfect for you. It features an English-style country mansion with gothic exterior. We love its historic resonance, warmth, and guest-friendly staff. The hotel features a bar, room service, sauna, fitness, center, and a gold course.
If you want to steer clear from the German style and influence, you can stay at the Mandala Hotel, which features a zen-like serenity amidst the bustle of the city. We love the innovative top floor and the Michelin-starred dining on Potsdamer Plats is absolutely awesome! Nothing beats the freshness and delicate ambiance it offers to tired tourists.
Mandarin Oriental Munich
Recent major innovations made this hotel even more stunning. The Mandarin Oriental Munich is a favorite go-to hotel for travelers and locals because of its rooftop terrace and swimming pool. There is also a restaurant within the hotel that serves mouth-watering delicacies.