Mandarin Oriental, Munich Reopens With Renovated Rooms and Suites

Tower Suite // Photo by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

Mandarin Oriental, Munich reopened earlier in October following the most extensive renovation in the hotel’s history and just in time for its 20th anniversary. In keeping with the restoration of its public areas and the introduction of Matsuhisa Munich in 2015, the hotel has now unveiled all new guestrooms and suites.

Hamburg-based design studio cm-Design led the renovation and the hotel also collaborated with renowned brands such as Ligne Roset, Bavarian-based and family-run carpenter Felix Graf and House of Tai Ping, the esteemed manufacturer of textile floor coverings headquartered in Hong Kong. In addition to new tech in every room and suite, the completely redesigned bathrooms in black and white tones incorporate advanced sustainable technologies to minimize energy and water consumption. Guests can enjoy a variety of newly introduced in-room amenities and services, ranging from personalized butlers to locally produced biodegradable coffee capsules for Nespresso machines, a private bar with daily creations by Matsuhisa Munich and a champagne experience served directly from the custom-made trolley every afternoon.

General manager Dominik G. Reiner noted in a press announcement that the hotel is one of the first in Germany to have replaced all single-use plastic items in the rooms and bathrooms with sustainable alternatives.

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The Presidential Suite Living Room // Photo by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

New art concepts can also be found in each room, which have individual mountain images by local artist Felix Rehfeld. The centrepiece of the collection, an art installation of 100 miniature mountain paintings, is displayed in the lobby of the hotel. The art in all suites includes a mountain massif exclusively produced for the hotel by Royal Bavarian porcelain manufacturer, Nymphenburg.

In celebration, the hotel has created a special Staycation by M.O., available until March 31, 2021. Priced from €600 (approximately $709), this includes: Daily breakfast; a bottle of champagne; daily credit of from €100, redeemable throughout the hotel, including Matsuhisa Munich’s Saturday Sushi Masterclasses); early check-in from 10 a.m. and late check-out until 4 p.m.; and complimentary valet parking.

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