Mandarin Oriental has completed what it says is the most extensive renovation programme in the hotel’s history, with newly designed rooms and suites including “completely redesigned bathrooms”.
Rooms now feature artwork of mountain ranges by local artist Felix Rehfeld, paying tribute to “Munich’s geographical location as the gateway to the Alps”. These are mirrored by a new centrepiece collection of 100 miniature mountain ranges.
The revamped interiors were created by Hamburg-based design studio CM-Design, with bathrooms in black and white tones and incorporating “sustainable technologies to minimise energy and water consumption”.
The renovated rooms and suites follow the restoration of the property’s public areas in 2015, alongside the addition of Matsuhisa restaurant by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa.
Business Traveller reviewed the hotel, which is located on a side street close to the city’s Maximilianstrasse, in 2018.
To celebrate the reopening of the Mandarin Oriental Munich, the hotel is offering a Staycation by MO rate of €600 until March 31, 2020, including daily breakfast, a bottle of champagne, a daily credit of €100 redeemable throughout the hotel, early check-in and late checkout, and complimentary valet parking.
Commenting on the news Dominik G Reiner, General Manager, said:
“We are delighted to present our new and beautifully designed rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental, Munich. Each room incorporates comfortable and skilfull updates and a fresh new look and feel that includes artwork which pays tribute to Munich’s geographical location as the gateway to the Alps.
“We are also proud to be one of the first hotels in Germany to have replaced all single-use plastic items in our rooms and bathrooms with sustainable alternatives that we hope our guests will appreciate.
“The team and I look forward to welcoming our guests and delivering memorable experiences and the personalised and discreet service that we are renowned for.”