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Discover a luxurious blend of style and comfort at the elegant, 5 star Mandarin Oriental, Munich Hotel. From its position on a quiet city street, this formidable Bavarian property is within easy walking distance from this vibrant city’s many attractions. The hotel is housed within the Old Town area of the city and is found a 35 minute drive from the airport. Its city centre location also ensures excellent transport links across the region.
As part of an internationally renowned family of hotels, the Mandarin Oriental, Munich Hotel doesn’t disappoint when it comes to providing luxury accommodation for a Munich city break. The hotel’s 73 rooms and suites boast plush interiors, offer views of the city or the Hofbräuhaus beer gardens, and are accompanied by elegant marble en-suite bathrooms.
Dining at the Mandarin Oriental, Munich Hotel is a star attraction of any guest’s stay, with Michelin-starred restaurant Mark’s found on site. There are also a range of bars to choose from, perfect for enjoying a tipple after the end of a long day. The hotel also features a stunning, rooftop swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, sauna and steam room for guests to enjoy.
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5star as promised
Stay Date: 11/2017, 48Priory wrote this review.
Well it is a good many years since we have visited a 5 star hotel which has felt like a genuine 5 star hotel of old. The Mandarin Oriental delivered from the path to the bedroom and everywhere in between. We booked 2 rooms a deluxe and a Mandarin. Bo… See more
Well it is a good many years since we have visited a 5 star hotel which has felt like a genuine 5 star hotel of old. The Mandarin Oriental delivered from the path to the bedroom and everywhere in between. We booked 2 rooms a deluxe and a Mandarin. Both rooms were beautiful however the Mandarin was much bigger and well worth the additional spend. The decor in the hotel is beautiful and pristine in every area. They had thought of everything in the bedroom, free minibar which is a nice touch and I’m sure costs them relatively little, toothbrushes, toothpaste, bath salts, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, shaver, loofah, slippers, fresh fruit daily, fresh flowers on arrival, coffee, bottled water, cake and candy on arrival......just pack your clothes the rest is provided. Rooms turned down in the evening and towels replaced. Everyone greeted us with a smile and had a chat about the weather or how we were enjoying our break. We didn’t have breakfast at €44 it seemed expensive and there are so many more reasonable options nearby we decided to try somewhere else. Try Dallmayr for an excellent option. We had lunch and supper in the area off reception and the food was excellent, service polite and friendly. Couches a great spot to rest and people watch. Our teenage travelling companions tried out the steam room and gym and reported back they also were excellent. Only one negative was the additional charge for internet which is ridiculous considering the price of the room, why annoy visitors with this and yet provide a complimentary mini bar??? Curious policy. It is expensive to stay in the Mandarin but if you want a truly 5 star experience book your stay. We decided last minute to visit Munich, a last minute treat as I recovered from being seriously ill with cancer, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, thank you to everyone who made this a memorable special break for us. I appreciated every smile and happy conversation. Our best 5 star ever!! I hope to get back some day. Well done hotel management, I hope you appreciate your wonderful staff. Collapse
Nice hotel but not 5 stars in our opinion
Stay Date: 11/2017, Kenneth W wrote this review.
Okay before i go into the cons the pros are that the Mandarin Oriental in Munich is a very nice place. The location is very central and the curb appeal is the best in town. The reason why we say it is not 5 star is to be 5 star it really needs to … See more
Okay before i go into the cons the pros are that the Mandarin Oriental in Munich is a very nice place. The location is very central and the curb appeal is the best in town. The reason why we say it is not 5 star is to be 5 star it really needs to be something special. There were a lot of little things that added up... 1st the TV in our room was on the floor (difficult to see from bed) which is just odd. Next the TV didn't work when we checked in and we had to call the front desk to get it fixed (kind of a downer after a full travel day). Next the staff is very polite and we are very used to the cultural differences between gregarious Americans versus generally more reserved Germans, but the staff at the hotel, bar, restaurant all seemed to be "on edge". The managers were hovering around staring at us and the staff all the time... somewhat unnerving. For example, on our first day we had afternoon tea in the lounge and waitress accidentally spilled some hot water on our table (no big deal, it happens) but we noticed the manager glaring at her (and us) from the corner and then another server was assigned to our table. On our first night, the bar manager was openly reprimanding multiple staff members on several occasions directly in front of us while we tried to enjoy a nightcap. At the restaurant where we had breakfast daily the service was erratic and so was the food (eggs wet one day and dry the next and the wet the next). Finally the concierge was really not helpful at all. We wanted to go on a day trip and he had two suggestions: Hire a limo for the day at 1.080 Euros per day (about $1,300) or hire a taxi for 800 Euros... We went on Yelp, found a private tour of the sights we wanted to see for a total of $240US. Then we booked a tour of the BMW manufacturing facility through the concierge (or so we thought). When we showed up at BMW World we were not on the reservation list and there were no more open slots which is why we asked the concierge to make us a reservation... luckily we were able to book a tour for later the same day. This all added up to well below 5 star experience. So all in we give it 3 stars. Nice place but we felt uncomfortable a lot while there and we simply did not receive the service we expected. Collapse
The ultimate urban luxury experience
Stay Date: 11/2017, 819edoardo wrote this review.
Mandarin Oriental is one of the very best hotels I have ever been in as it is an outstanding combination of intimacy, great service, delicious food, and room comfort. In big cities, such as Munich, it is normal to find many luxurious hotels, but it… See more
Mandarin Oriental is one of the very best hotels I have ever been in as it is an outstanding combination of intimacy, great service, delicious food, and room comfort. In big cities, such as Munich, it is normal to find many luxurious hotels, but it rarely happens that you can stay in a place where you truly feel at home. Mandarin Oriental was amazing because its small size allowed me to enjoy the privacy which often lacks in bigger hotels. As the hotel wasn't very crowded when I was there this November, the superb staff was able to take the best possible care of each guest, something not always possible in bigger hotels, less intimate hotels. Yes! The service at Mandarin Oriental was the very best I have ever experienced anywhere! In addition to the outstanding food being served rapidly in all of the hotel's bars and restaurants, the staff was super friendly and professional. The Hotel's administration selected waiters, bellmen, and receptionists in way that really couldn't be better as they all carried out their jobs perfectly, and yet not too robotically. Although it was clear everyone working at Mandarin was very busy, no one ever lost his or her enthusiasm and smile, something I really did appreciate. Mandarin Oriental also means five-star cuisine. Honestly, I am not really a fancy food guy, and before arriving in Munich I feared the food at Mandarin would have been too complicated for me to fully appreciate. Yet I was surprised by how flexible the dining experience was at the hotel, and by how much I ate! Indeed, the Sushi Bar was excellent because in addition to having sushi (I am not a sushi fan and hate when the only food you can order in a restaurant is sushi), it also served other amazing dishes, such as the delicious pork belly (i forgot the name of the sauce). The Nobu restaurant was outstanding, and also there I enjoyed plenty of crispy pork belly, in addition to some superb Japanese beef(mini) burgers. I loved the hotel's signature dessert, which consisted of a box containing ice-cream and a chocolate cake. The breakfast selection was the best I have ever seen anywhere; I particularly enjoyed the choice of pastries, which where seriously good! During my time at Mandarin Oriental, I stayed in the double suite and I really found such a room very comfortable. This was because in addition to a great bed and overall space, the room had a balcony (perfect in the summer) from which it was possible to see the Munich old-town's skyline (something I found magic, really) as well as an in-bathroom tv, a great way to keep yourself informed while having a relaxing bath. The presence of a huge desk was notable. In fact, some luxury hotels really make it hard for guests to work when they are there, but not this one, which even offered customised stationery in each room as well as an amazing working area near the lobby. In a few words, if you can go to Mandarin go! The only thing I was a bit disappointed with was the fact that in autumn and winter the swimming pool on the terrace of the hotel (from which they said there is an ever greater view of the city) is closed, and hence I didn't get a chance to go swimming. I am sure something could be done in regard to such an aspect, but really it is just a detail and the rest was so outstanding this doesn't matter so much! Collapse
Only gets better
Stay Date: 11/2017, docGamba wrote this review.
Third time staying at the Mandarin. Continues to be a wonderful hotel. This property is first class from the time you step inside the front door. The rooms are splendid but what I think makes this hotel is the personnel. Everyone is positive and … See more
Third time staying at the Mandarin. Continues to be a wonderful hotel. This property is first class from the time you step inside the front door. The rooms are splendid but what I think makes this hotel is the personnel. Everyone is positive and friendly. If you’re a tourist you won’t find a better concierge staff. They know Munich inside and out. Sotirios Tzioras was extremely helpful. He could be the mayor of Munich. He provides excellent advice whether it is resturant recommendations or helping you with Munich attractions. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Joanne C wrote this review.
The Mandarin Oriental in Munich is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. The hotel and the rooms are beautiful and comfortable. Everything about it was first class. The breakfast buffet was delicious as was the food and cocktails in the lo… See more
The Mandarin Oriental in Munich is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. The hotel and the rooms are beautiful and comfortable. Everything about it was first class. The breakfast buffet was delicious as was the food and cocktails in the lounge. What also stands out is that every employee we encountered at the Mandarin was amazing. This included the wait staff in the restaurants and everyone at the desk. Everyone was friendly, kind, and helpful. There is nothing we could ask for that they could not accommodate. We were astonished when we asked if there was someplace to get ice cream and they sent someone out to see if the ice cream shop was open. All in all, we were treated like our patronage was truly valued. It was a great experience. Collapse
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