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Travel in style! A luxury weekend in Munich

For most of us money does matter. But just imagine how it must feel like to visit a beautiful city like Munich in Germany without having to worry one single second about how much you’ll spend.

Munich: One of Germany’s most expensive cities

Actually: Munich – the capital of Bavaria – was rated the second most expensive city in Germany. And once you’ve walked the city’s streets, you’ll understand why. Munich is beautiful! Surrounded by a stunning landscape, filled to the brim with historical points of interest, home of one of the best soccer clubs in the world, birthplace of BMW and – last but not least – a true paradise for beer enthusiasts. Munich is also one of the most popular travel destinations for the international glitterati, when they happen to spend some quality time in good old Germany. Which brings us back to our main topic: Your luxurious weekend in Munich!

5* hotels in Munich: Think big!

The first thing you will need to book for your exclusive luxury weekend in Munich is a classy place to stay. And when it comes to high-end hotels in Munich, you’ll find yourself spoiled for choice. If you feel like spending a night or two in the most expensive hotel suite in Germany, feel free to book the “Royal Ludwig Suite” in the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski right in the heart of the city. For an estimated amount of 13,000 Euro per night, you’ll have everything you could even imagine! Besides 2045 ft² of living space with all amenities you can think of, the hotel will roll out a red carpet at your arrival, pamper you with a 24-hour butler service and offer you a test drive in a Mercedes AMG GT S … just to mention a few of many added bonuses. Another amazing hotel is the Mandarin Oriental Munich. This exquisite place is considered one of the best hotels in Germany and it’s actually the only 5* hotel in town which is a member of the Grand Collection by “Grand Luxury Hotels”. If you wish to keep it cosy, book the Tower Suite for 3,800 Euros per night. If you feel like going big, the Presidential Suite (price will be provided upon request) is the place to stay.

A romantic candle-light dinner in Munich

… should definitely be a part of your luxury weekend in Bavaria’s capital. If you’re a single gentleman and in need of a charming, beautiful, and stylish lady companion, all you need to do is pick up your phone. The city is home to one of the most renowned and exclusive escort services in Germany. This VIP agency in Munich discreetly arranges dates for the rich and famous with truly stunning models. If you are already traveling with your loved one, skip this step and book a table in the “Atelier”. It is the only restaurant in Munich with three Michelin stars. The tasting menu you’ll be served here is so much more than a just culinary revelation – every dish is a piece of art! The interior of the restaurant radiates comfort and style, the service is flawless, and the wine list exquisite. Another place to dine is the 2* restaurant “Tantris”. This very charming place will enchant you with sublime culinary delights and a unique seventies-era styled ambience. If you’re into cool cars and particularly like BMWs, there is actually no way around a magnificent dinner in the “EssZimmer”. This fantastic 2* restaurant is located in the BMW-World and combines mind-blowing food with the fascination for beautiful cars.

Party with the stars – Deluxe nightlife in Munich

After an amazing fine dining experience in Munich, it’s time to dive into the bustling, colourful and diverse nightlife this great city has to offer. To get into the mood, a nice drink in one of the best bars in town is always a good start! Munich is home to countless bars and lounges. Hence, website like “World’s best bars” are very helpful. A real icon among the top bars in Munich is the “Pusser’s New York Bar”. Although the interior is not super fancy and a bit out of date, this place has a very unique flair. Once you’ve had a few drinks, you might want to check out one of the most famous VIP clubs in Germany: The “P1 Club”. For more than 30 years, this venue is THE place to party with international celebrities! Mick Jagger, Oliver Kahn, Whitney Houston, and many other VIPs have danced the night away in this very exclusive location.


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