4.0 Cocoon Hotel Munich

Hotel Cocoon Sendlinger Tor, Munich

CNN

“Cocoon is a cozy, contemporary profile in lodging efficiency: space and amenities are maximized in equal measure, with room appointments like the bathroom, shower and a specially designed workspace neatly sectionalized in roughly half the typical room dimensions.”

$ 77 $ 77 $ 77 $ 77
4.3 Derag Viktualienmarkt Munich

Derag Livinghotel am Viktualienmarkt, Munich

CNN

“The smallest of Derag Livinghotels’ Munich locations is a stylish, zero-energy EU GreenBuilding-certified hotel and serviced residence near Viktualienmarkt, the city center’s huge open-air daily farmers and crafts market.”

$ 204 $ 204 $ 204 $ 204
4.3 Bayerischer Hof Munich

Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich

CNN

“It’s easy to pigeonhole the Bayerischer Hof as just another luxury hotel. There’s the Michelin-starred restaurant, the swanky suites, the rooftop Blue Spa and Lounge with panoramic city views, a private cinema and to top it all off, Palais Montgelas, the adjoining early 19th-century palace.”

$ 286 $ 286 $ 286 $ 286
4.0 Flushing Meadows Hotel Munich

The Flushing Meadows Hotel, Munich

New York Times

“Flushing Meadows nails the essentials: location, style and service, with great beds and better cocktails, reasonably priced. Opened in July 2014, the 16-room hotel occupies the top two floors of a four-story former post office in the central neighborhood of Glockenbach.”

$ 202 $ 202 $ 202 $ 202
4.5 Louis Hotel Munich

Louis Hotel, Munich

New York Times

“The 72-room Louis Hotel offers a Japanese-themed restaurant and a bird’s-eye view of the Viktualienmarkt.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Munich.

$ 290 $ 290 $ 290 $ 290
4.5 March Munich Hotel

Marc Hotel, Munich

New York Times

“The year-old, 80-room Marc Hotel distinguishes itself from the many hotels around the train station with its contemporary décor and abundant breakfast buffet.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Munich.

$ 133 $ 133 $ 133 $ 133
4.6 Charles Hotel Munich

Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel, Munich

New York Times

“Many of the city’s grand hotels go back 100 years or more. For newer luxury, check into the Charles Hotel, part of the Rocco Forte chain, which opened in 2007 in an eight-story limestone building close to the Kunstareal. The spa has a following among certain ladies who lunch.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Munich.

$ 323 $ 323 $ 323 $ 323
4.3 Motel One City West Munich

Motel One City West, Munich

New York Times

“Smaller and hipper is Motel One, part of a new German micro-chain that tries to combine the capsule and boutique hotel concepts, making up for the smaller size with clever layouts and stylish design.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Munich.

$ 95 $ 95 $ 95 $ 95