“We are proud to be in Munich finally. Not in the chic part of the city, but in the middle of it where Munich is even rougher, more urban and wilder – in the vibrant heart of the Bavarian capital”, explains 25hours CEO Christoph Hoffmann. True, because this district of Munich, the area around the main train station, isn’t too appealing. Until now.
REASON 1: THE BUILDING
Located in the 1869 built post office building, which served as a royal telegraph station “The Royal Bavarian” is a magnet for travelers and locals alike. A great bar, restaurant and some other reasons to hang out. But let’s start from scratch: At the heart of the new 25hours Hotel “The Royal Bavarian” you find the public rooms on the ground floor.
REASON 2: KIOSK, BAR AND RESTAURANT
In addition to a kiosk curated in collaboration with the concept bookstore LOST WEEKEND, originally located in Schwabing, and the Orangerie with its bar area, guests and visitors will find works by the Munich-based artist Jan Davidoff. Also located on the ground floor, you find the Restaurant Neni – perfect location to meet for oriental lunch and dinner. After Vienna, Berlin, Hamburg and Zurich, the Molchos will enrich the gastronomic scene of the Bavarian capital with oriental and new food influences from all over the world.
REASON 3: THE ROOMS
Every interior design is dedicated to the royal heritage: Service Chambers, Manor Rooms, and Nobility Rooms, as well as two spacious suites can be found in this 25hours location. The new hotel has 165 rooms in five different categories on four stores. Responsible for the renovation of this this listed building was the Munich-based architectural office Ost Ochs Schmidhuber. Well done.
Address: 25 hours hotel The Royal Bavarian, Bahnhofsplatz 1, 80333 Munich