Many travelers visiting Marriott’s Munich hotels plan day trips to magical Schloss Neuschwanstein or attend extravagant operas and ballets at Bayerishce Staatsoper. But to “do” the city like a native, guests at our hotels in Munich should spend time at a biergarten, as Bavaria’s capital serves up a feast for the senses.
Start with a relaxing summer afternoon under ancient chestnut trees in the popular garden or the indoor rooms at Hofbräuhaus, the world-famous, 100+ year-old beer hall. The knowledgeable staffs at our hotels in Munich also recommend visiting the English Garden, a 900-acre oasis is famous for ponds, swans and four beer gardens, including Chinesischer Turm (Chinese Tower), the most beloved beer garden in Munich.
And yet, Munich hotel guests can savor much more than barley and hop. From the delights of the Christmas Mart to the treasures of the Royal Residence, Munich offers visual delights. Chief among these is Baroque Nymphenburg Palace with its lavishly decorated rooms, delightful pavilions and famed Gallery of Beauties.
Alte Pinakothek is a favorite destination for many an art lover with Marriott accommodation in Munich. More than 800 masterworks by such artists as Frans Hals, Rubens, Titian and Durer are on display at this museum.
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