Marriott’s Luxury Collection hotel brand debuts in Germany

Marriott’s Luxury Collection hotel brand debuts in Germany

Koenigshof, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Munich is in historical 'Stachus' Square

Germany is now home to a Luxury Collection Hotel with the opening of Marriott's Koenigshof hotel in Munich.

Designed by globally acclaimed architects Nieto Sobejano, the hotel is located in Karlsplatz Square, officially named in 1797 after the unpopular Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria, but locals call it Stachus after the Beim Stachus pub that stood here before the square was built. 

The 106-room luxury hotel aims to project local charm with welcome cards illustrated by Munich designer Alexandra von Frankenberg, a custom-made Koenigshof fragrance, and a bespoke ‘Munich Serenity’ tea made exclusively for the hotel in collaboration with Samova Tea, blending 12 local herbs.

A guest room

“The opening of Koenigshof, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Munich signifies a significant milestone for the brand as it will be The Luxury Collection’s first foray into Germany, a vibrant and enticing destination for luxury travel,” said Philipp Weghmann, Vice President and Global Brand Leader of The Luxury Collection.


Upon arrival, guests are welcomed into a spacious atrium and through the implementation of louvered structures and large, gold-colored walls, the architectural approach was to open the facade towards the ‘Stachus’ square and establish a connection between the interior and exterior of the hotel, creating a luxury urban retreat.

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"Munich is one of Europe’s most dynamic and artistic cities, steeped in history, making it a natural fit for The Luxury Collection - a brand renowned for celebrating authenticity and delivering indigenous hotel experiences,” said Helen Leighton, Vice President, Luxury Brands, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Marriott International. “We are thrilled to bring the next level of luxury hospitality to Germany and look forward to welcoming global explorers as they unlock this enchanting destination.” 

Koenigshof’s crowning jewel is the 250-square-metre split-level Presidential Suite on the eighth and ninth floor offering an ultimate luxury experience. As the largest hotel suite in the city, it boasts a private sauna and a pool with city views. 

The pool features a counter-current system and seating surfaces with massage jets. A private spa offers high-quality spa products, a relaxation area and lounge with a Smart TV, and a curated room service menu.

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