A new, converted cinema in an upscale Munich neighborhood - includes breakfast
The views of the cityscape revealed behind your cinema curtains
Watching the open kitchen whip up Bavarian classics
Reviving weary muscles after a day of sightseeing with a soothing sauna session
What To Know
We love the open kitchen and the summer terrace/beer garden of the hotel's Weinwirtschaft restaurant and lounge
The hotel is a few minutes walk to nearest subway and shops
Rooms are cozy but well-designed
A contemporary Munich stay in a four-star cinema-turned-hotel, including breakfast and an optional dinner
Clipping at Berlin’s heels, the Bavarian capital of Munich is about much more than Oktoberfest
these days (although that’s still pretty important, too). With its chic
boutiques and cool new restaurants, this is a beautiful and historic city that's having a
Opened in 2014, arcona LIVING MÜNCHEN takes
inspiration from the building’s former guise as a cinema, sprinkling
some movie magic throughout its contemporary rooms, via statement
artwork and theater-style red curtains. There’s no popcorn on the menu in the restaurant though, where Bavarian classics line
your stomach, before an evening sampling the local beers.
It’s lights, camera, action (so to speak) in the 94
guestrooms, thanks to the statement artwork inspired
by the building’s cinematic roots. Behind the iconic red curtains,
you’ll find city views worthy of the big screen.
you’d expect – or perhaps hope – of the home of Oktoberfest, the
facilities here include a beer garden. There's also a contemporary
restaurant mixing Mediterranean classics with Bavarian delicacies from
its open-front kitchen. The cozy lounge is a great place to try out the
extensive wine list, too.
Munich’s upscale Neuhausen district, the hotel is perfectly placed for
visiting the Nymphenburg Palace and the Pinakothek der Moderne art
museum. In Munich, you’re never too far from a brewery, and nearby,
you’ll find the Spaten Brewery.