It is a nice hotel. It has a small, but well equipped 24 exercise room on the ground floor. The staff were helpful, and nice. The room was decent, but not exceptional. The television didn't have on demand movies or anything like that. So for the most part there was nothing to complain about. They did forget to deliver coffee very early on the morning when I needed to leave early to catch a flight as I had ordered the night before. That was annoying, but not a huge problem.
I would add that there was nothing all that exceptional about the hotel either. It was a good place to come for business. Given a choice between the Mandarin and the Kempinski, especially if you get one the newer rooms, I would choose the Kempinski. The only down side to the Kempinski is that their exercise room isn't open 24 hours a day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quietly tucked away in a side street, yet centrally located near the famed Maximilianstrasse, Mandarin Oriental, Munich is an elegant gem of Neo-Renaissance charm, providing the highest levels of personalised service in the city and award-winning restaurant and bars. The newly refurbished 48 spacious rooms and 25 suites offer the finest in contemporary luxury and, along with the stunning roof-top pool, feature views that stretch across the picturesque surroundings of the old town. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mandarin Oriental Munich Hotel Munich
- Mandarin Oriental Hotel Munich
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