Infinity Hotel & Conference Resort Munich
What We Love
- Daily breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Spacious guestrooms with lots of natural light
- Two restaurants, one bistro and one bar
- There's a dedicated spa elevator that skips the reception and conference floors
What To Know
- It's a 20-minute drive to central Munich, and the surrounding area is industrial
- The nearest bus stop is a four-minute walk away
- WiFi and parking are free
- Check out is at 12pm on Saturdays and Sundays
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A 20-minute drive from the center of Munich and 15 from the airport, this modern 255-room hotel makes a handy Bavarian base. It predominantly caters to business travelers, but it’s chicer than your average conference crash pad, with a soaring glass atrium, a Cinq Mondes spa and a bright and breezy bar that serves German wine and Bavarian snacks. And if such traditional touches as cowbells, dirndls, wooden benches and cowhide chairs don’t evoke a sense of place, the hotel’s beer garden and glühwein huts put the spotlight on its Bavarian address.
Bed and Bath
Natural materials (dark wood floors, slate bathroom tiles, sandstone showers) complement an earthy brown color scheme in the guestrooms, and the cunning use of space incorporates an abundance of storage, large countertops in the bathrooms and built-in tile benches in the showers. Etched glass windows separate the bedrooms from the bathrooms. There are clever tech amenities including heated bathroom mirrors, room lights controlled from the headboard and reading lights that extend from lamps. In place of minibars, (reasonably priced) vending machines are set into recesses in the corridors. Each Presidential Suite has a sauna with a window looking out onto its balcony, and they all connect to a private meeting room with a separate entrance, toilet and kitchen counter.
A small French bistro is set up on one side of Stephan’s, the bar named for the local brewery. Sip drinks by the fire in the wintertime or head to the patio in the summer months, when the space is transformed into a traditional beer garden. For creative fine dining, reserve a table at Redox. Overlooking the biergarten, this intimate restaurant seats just 30 people, and the menu indicates where the local produce was produced. Viktualien, named for the historic market in Munich, offers a substantial hot and cold buffet breakfast. Dolce’s spa has three saunas, a pool with auto-massage beds and four treatment rooms, and the therapists use organic products and techniques from the Parisian Cinq Mondes Spa.
In the Area
Munich is a 20-minute drive away; the Bavarian capital has a small town, medieval feel. Watch a soccer game at Allianz Arena, the stadium built for the 2006 World Cup; head to Ingolstadt Village for outlet shopping at name brand stores; take a tour of the world’s oldest brewery, Weihenstephan, where people from around the world come to learn brew mastery; check out the Deutsches Museum’s historical hangars and aircraft at Flugwerft Schleissheim airfield; and stroll the beautiful gardens of the Oberschleissheim Palace.
How to Get There
I travel a lot on business and normally find German hotels lacking. This place changed all of that. Great staff, lovely room and excellent food and beer. Somewhere I will come back to when near Munich. My mind has been changed, there are good hotels in Germany, yippee !
I stayed for a business meeting. The room was extremely cold and heating was not working. I called 4 different times and no one ever came. I had to sleep with my jacket on!
The location is horrible. 40 minutes/50 Euro Taxi from city center. And nothing to see in around the hotel.
The reception and the payment processes is not a ok for a 4 stars hitel. There was too many mistakes in only two days. The good point was the high quality of the food and restaurant services, the prices were also ok. Cheers
I have stayed before at the Infinity Hotel in Munich and I was again very pleased with the accomodation (see my report from last time).
Since my last review the second building (Infinity 2) was finished so I want to add some new points:
Parking at the hotel is not really convenient - the only large car parking is near Infinity 2 - so you need to walk quite some distance to the reception desk. I think this is a clear minus.
Check-out time of the hotel is 10am - very early in my opinion.
Beautifull hotel, large, clean, friendly. Great design, large rooms, amazing food. All facilities that you would need. Missing a fridge in the room. For a Business trip with conference this hotel is great to stay.