In need of a peaceful oasis amidst the hustle and bustle of Munich? The charming Hotel Opéra in Munich’s city centre impresses with elegant rooms, a passion for art and design, as well as its enviable location close to the exclusive Maximilian street. Discover Germany, Austria & Switzerland finds out more.
Text: Nane Steinhoff | Photos: Hotel Opéra München
Only a few walking minutes from the Bavarian State Opera, the Munich Residenz, the city’s most important museums, as well as the English Garden, the Isar river and the underground station of Lehel, which takes visitors to the main station in only five minutes, the peaceful Hotel Opéra enchants its guests with a special individuality and luxurious ambiance. “Art and culture, glamour and nature are closely bound together here,” smiles Malte Wiedemeyer, hotel manager.
Despite being in the middle of Munich, visitors can step into an oasis of peace, relaxation and cosiness after an eventful sightseeing or shopping day in the small, owner-managed hotel that lies in the quiet Lehel district. An attentive service and a personal atmosphere round-off the exceptional offering of the Hotel Opéra. Wiedemeyer explains: “Due to our size, we can respond to individual requests, even if there are things that we do not have in our hotel at that moment.”
Elegant ambiance throughout
“Every person has his or her own unique personality. And that’s why each of our 25 rooms and suites also have their own individual characters and furnishing styles,” reveals Wiedemeyer. Concretely, this looks as follows: carefully selected antiques, valuable furniture, the finest fabrics and materials, as well as great privacy.
In a culinary sense, the hotel has a lot to offer, too. The breakfast experience, for example, is well-known for the fact that there is no buffet, and its exclusive selection of dishes instead gets served at the tables in the hotel’s elegant winter garden. During the warmer months, guests can even have their breakfast between palm trees and wisteria in the Mediterranean arcade courtyard. Or, how about a glass of fine wine or a tasty cocktail here in the evening? If you prefer more privacy, guests can also look forward to a personal 24-hour private bar service.
If you’re looking for an individual hotel with impressive architecture, a central location, as well as some wonderful tranquility, be sure to visit the Hotel Opéra next time you’re in Munich.