Reasons to choose NH Collection München Bavaria
This 4-star exceptional NH Collection München Bavaria is located just across from Munich Central Station and offers panoramic views of the city.
Free WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and public areas at the NH Collection München Bavaria.
The NH Collection München Bavaria’s bright and spacious rooms all have air conditioning and modern décor. Each room is at least 20 m2 and features a flat-screen TV, minibar, and modern bathroom.
Each morning, a big buffet is served in the restaurant’s large windows. The bar offers a variety of wines, cocktails, and appetisers.
The NH Collection München Bavaria is conveniently located near subway, tram, and S-Bahn rail stations.
Travel Tips near NH Collection München Bavaria
Munich, the capital of Bavaria, a lovely southern German county, is a unique mix of modern and old.
With a history dating back to the seventh century, traditional culture and contemporary living coexist today, with modern and mediaeval structures coexisting.
Munich is only 30 miles from the Alps, and after being seriously destroyed during WWII, its ancient Old Town has undergone substantial renovations and now houses numerous architectural landmarks and iconic Germany hotels.
See the old prisoner cells and the crematorium, as well as various museums and memorials, by following the path of the prisoner.
Munich’s beer halls are well-known. Most breweries produce their own beer, giving the visiting aficionado a nearly limitless selection.
Visit the Wesses Brauhaus, which has been around since the 19th century, and drink beers that are described as pleasant as a summer breeze dance to calm moments by the fire.
Alternatively, the Hofbrauhaus, the world’s oldest beer hall, is worth a visit.
Wander the stalls of Munich’s outdoor farmer’s market, the Viktualienmarkt, for food rather than alcohol.
You’re likely to find something to your liking among the roughly 140 booths selling local food, flowers, and spices.
Munich’s English Garden is the city’s largest park and one of its most popular tourist destinations.
It’s larger than Central Park in New York and includes water paddle boats, woodland trails, and even beer gardens.
If museums are more your style, Munich has a plenty to choose from.
The German Museum stands out since it is situated on an island in the Isar River.
It’s a science and technology museum with fascinating historical items such as the world’s first electric dynamo and the first automobile.
Munich is also home to the Alte Pinakothek, one of the world’s oldest art galleries, which exhibits over 800 masterpieces from the Middle Ages.