25hours Hotel to open in Munich

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
21 October 2017 | Updated 21 October 2017

Germany: The Royal Bavarian is set to open in early November

The Royal Bavarian, the new hotel by the 25hours Hotel Company, will open early next month in the heart of the Bavarian capital.

The restoration of the historic building was carried out by Munich-based
architects OSA OCHS SCHMIDHUBER ARCHITEKTEN, whilst the planning and concept was managed by Augsburg firm DREIMETA under Andrea Kraft-Hammerschall and Armin Fischer.

The former Main Post Office and Royal Central Telegraph Station was constructed in 1869. In designing the hotel, planners and architects aimed to pair playful, modern design features wth iconographic allusions to the property's heritage.

The 165 room hotel houses an "Oriental"-style restaurant and a "Boilerman Bar", by the visionary barista Jörg Meyer. The hotel is located near to Munich Central
Station.

25hours CEO Christoph Hoffmann  said: "We are proud to have finally arrived in Munich. Not in the chic part of town, but in the thick of things, where Munich is a little more urban, rougher and wilder - at the beating heart of the Bavarian capital."

The 25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian opens 3 November on Bahnhofplatz 1 in Munich.

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