Munich’s finest address has been owned and run by the Volkhardt family for 99 years, since 1897. The fourth generation is as successful in running the hotel as the previous ones and has led the Bayerischer Hof to the title of the hotel with the highest turnover in Germany in 2015 for the fifth year in a row. A fair share of the over €66 million turnover comes from satisfied returning guests.
The Bayerischer Hof at the Promenadeplatz in the north-western part of Munich is a five-star Grand Hotel. Built in 1841, it remains a destination for celebrities and guests of state in Munich. The Hotel consists of 275 rooms, 65 suites, 5 restaurants, 6 bars, 40 event-rooms and even has its own state of the art cinema.
The Hotel is located at the start of a pedestrian arcade with exclusive shops and in the banking/business district.All major sights in walking distance: Cathedral Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche), Viktualienmarkt square, the opera, museums, the Residenz Palace and the Hofgarten Park.
The Atelier restaurant at the hotel has been awarded 2 Michelin stars, 17 Gault-Millau points, 10 Pfannen (pans) by Gusto and 4 F’s by Feinschmecker. Creative and seasonal gourmet cuisine of the highest order. Head chef Jan Hartwig, restaurant manager Talisa Bernthaler and their teams turn culinary perfection into a fine art. The design, which is the brainchild of Belgian art dealer Axel Vervoordt, exudes the luxurious and tasteful flair of an artist’s atelier combined with an intimate atmosphere.