Feudal sleeping in the heart of the Bavarian capital: Centrally located on Munich's Bahnhofplatz, the new hotel of the 25hours Hotel Company welcomes its guests. The stately hotel has 165 rooms of five different categories. The upper post office building built in 1869, which served as the royal telegraph central station, hides all sorts of allusions to the royal past of the southern German metropolis. From the 1st to the 4th floor, 165 rooms await guests from all over the world: servant chambers, lordship rooms and aristocratic chambers, as well as two generously sized Suites.

open: All year; from EUR 149; number of rooms: 165

  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Internet access
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Showers
  • Outdoor seating, terrace or garden
  • Free WiFi

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25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian
25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian

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