Louis Hotel Hotel, München
The "Louis Hotel" pays homage to the sun king, Louis XIV! It does so without any trace of baroque elements, pomp, or gold. Up-to-date, discrete luxury in an accomplished blend of Japanese purist design and Italian flair. Reception, bar, restaurant and lounge merge seamlessly. Oiled oak floors, a beautiful view across the Viktualienmarkt and a linear interior design create a unique ambience. Ideal for contemporary sun kings, design lovers and globetrotters.
Hotel Price range
One night for two in a double of the lowest category during the off-season will cost approx.:
- Below € 250
- Below € 400
- Above € 400
The quiet designer rooms overlook the merry hustle and bustle on Viktualienmarkt.
There is no proprietary parking or a garage, so motorists have to use a public car park.
Location, ambience, room, service, and wine list:
6 = one of a kind
5 = excellent
4 = good
3 = satisfactory
2 = imperfect
1 = poor
6 = superior culinary art (normally 3 Michelin stars)
5 = extraordinarily creative culinary performance – often awarded one or two Michelin stars
4 = excellent cuisine, high quality, and consistency
3 = great cuisine, out of the ordinary
2 = unambitious cuisine
1 = best not to dine here
6 = unique resort or restaurant that satisfies (nearly) every need and desire
5 = top-of-the-lot in its category, as-new infrastructure, with lavish attention to detail
4 = swank restaurant or thrilling hotel with restaurant, bar, indoor or outdoor pool, gym, and spa
3 = elegant restaurant with patio, or small-but-refined hotel with restaurant
2 = harmonious restaurant without terrace or a luxurious B&B with swimming pool
1 = simple restaurant or charming B&B without swimming pool
Right next to the Viktualienmarkt, one of the city's major sights.
Dimmed lights, lots of wood, cleverly-installed bamboo elements and an unobtrusive scent of lavender define the premises.
Small sauna, fitness room and a Japanese restaurant. During the summer months, a bar operates on the roof-top terrace.
The Japanese restaurant "Eriko" is considered one of the finest in town. Breakfast comes in two variations: the Bavarian one echoes the Hotel's proximity to the Viktualienmarkt whereas the Bio breakfast offers a suitable alternative for pure vegans.
72 modern rooms fitted with handmade walnut and oak wood furniture inspires a sense of timelessness even in globetrotters. Each room is differently shapes, reminiscent of the walls of suitcases when you think about it. All bathrooms are decorated in a purist white. All rooms feature WiFi, an iPod station, a CD- and DVD player.
Friendly, competent and matching the hotel's signature look.
Location: München | Munich
Viktualienmarkt 6 · 80331 München
Phone +49 89 4111908-0