Louis Hotel

The Louis Hotel in central Munich offers stylish rooms with flat-screen TV and French balconies. It features a Japanese restaurant and is located beside the Viktualienmarkt, a 2-minute walk from Marienplatz. The air-conditioned rooms at the Louis Hotel are decorated in natural stone, wood and Italian fabrics. All rooms include a DVD player and iPod docking station. The modern bathroom has a window which looks through to the bedroom/living room. The sights of the old town are just outside. Underground and S-Bahn trains can be found at Marienplatz, and there are direct services to the main train station.

Munich Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Louis Hotel
Munich Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Louis Hotel
Munich Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Meeting Room
Munich Tours 2017 - 2018 -  Lounge
  • Munich Tours 2017 - 2018 - Courtyard SuperiorCourtyard Superior
Courtyard Superior

Globetrotters feel at home in the 72 rooms of the LOUIS HOTEL. Carefully selected details and high quality materials create the perfect place to relax. Handcrafted furnishings from nut and oak wood, natural stone and elegant tiling that reminiscent of the Parisian Metro make your room an unforgettable experience. The extraordinary design of the bathroom offers views to the spacious bed- and living room, your French balcony views of the quiet, green courtyard and the famous Alter Peter and the Viktualienmarkt.

  • Munich Tours 2017 - 2018 - Emiko RestaurantEmiko Restaurant
EMIKO Restaurant

EMIKO takes you on a trip through Tokyo and combines the traditional, Japanese dining culture with influences of modern, international cuisine. It values the special culinary experiences it creates and pays great attention to the perfect and careful preparation of the food and the combination of aromas from different Asian countries. The food is served in the middle of the table and then enjoyed by the “sharing principle”, where everyone is able to try everything - eating together, talking, and feeling alive. This way food becomes a stimulating platform for experiencing this extraordinary way of dining. It developed in metropolises like London, New York, Tokyo, São Paulo, Hong Kong or Mexico City. The chefs were trained in Tokyo and are therefore able to bring this dining culture to life.

National Geographic Traveler : 50 Tours of a Lifetime 2014 Travel + Leisure : World's Best Award 2014 Family National Geographic Traveler : 50 Tours of a Lifetime