Rosewood has been making exciting announcements recently, revealing new properties in Milan, the Maldives, and Beverly Hills. Now, this luxurious hotel brand is ready to take bookings for its very first hotel in Germany, right in the heart of Munich.
Opening its doors at the end of September, this hotel is set within two carefully restored historic buildings. One used to be the main office of the State Bank of Bavaria, and the other was the noble residence known as Plais Neuhaus-Preysing, both located on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße.
The project brought in architects from Munich-based firm Hilmer Sattler and interior designers from London’s Tara Bernerd & Partners. They’ve put a lot of effort into preserving the building’s history, keeping the original arched ceilings and frescoes from the former bank building intact. They’ve also maintained the charming central courtyard.
Tara Bernerd, the founder of Tara Bernerd and Partners, said, “We have aimed to create a sophisticated yet modern take on Baroque architecture, bringing a refined residential style. This will offer a place for locals and distinguished travelers to come together in this vibrant and diverse city.”
Rosewood Munich will offer 73 rooms and 59 spacious suites. The most exclusive of these is the Prinzregent Luitpold Three-Bedroom House, a roomy suite that feels more like an apartment than a hotel room, complete with a private outdoor terrace overlooking the courtyard.
The hotel will also feature a large wellness area called the Asaya Spa, with six treatment rooms, two saunas, an indoor pool for vitality, and a fitness center. For dining and drinks, guests can enjoy classic Alpine cuisine at the brasserie called Cuvillies, and signature cocktails at Bar Montez.
When it comes to exploring the city, Rosewood Munich is in an ideal location. It’s just a stone’s throw from Marienplatz Square in the city center and within walking distance of the boutique shops along Maximilianstraße.