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Munich hotels

Munich's split personality—one part brassy glamour, one part slick minimalism—is evident in its selection of hotels. Prices are often higher than in the rest of Germany, though a fraction of Paris or New York. In the city's two grande dame hotels, the Bayerischer Hof and the Kempinski Vier Jahreszeiten, you'll find luxury laid on thick, and shiny, late-1980s showiness. Don't go looking for "authentic" alternatives; in Germany, traditional hotels are often bare-bones, no-nonsense rooms and facilities stripped of all possible charm. The savvy choices are the smaller boutiques often hidden away on side streets right off the main boulevards.

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Hotel Uhland, Munich

The Hauzenberger family has been running this hotel since 1955, developing a significant fan club along the way. Don't expect a flash full-service joint; it's...more

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Anna Hotel, Munich

For a hotel located a block from the city's central train station, the Anna offers distinctively clean, modern lines a distinct cut above its neighbors. And for...more

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Hotel Cortiina, Munich

Friendly minimalism: The Cortiina is the choice for the budget-conscious aesthete. Situated on a busy back street a few blocks from Marienplatz, the city's...more

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Louis Hotel, Munich

The Munich-based restaurateur and hotelier Rudi Kull recently pulled off a coup: He opened the first five-star design hotel directly on the Viktualienmarkt, the...more

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Bayerischer Hof, Munich

Okay, so the Vier Jahreszeiten has pulled in some royals in its time, but the even more venerable Bayerischer Hof wins the celeb face-off hands down. Built by...more

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Charles Hotel

A striking change from the Baroque grandeur of central Munich, the newly built Charles looks like a sculpted white seashell set on the edge of the Old Botanical...more

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Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, Munich

From its opening in 1852, this 304-room grand on Maximilianstrasse vied with the Bayerischer Hof for the status of default Munich lodging for visiting heads of...more

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Mandarin Oriental, Munich, Munich

This snow-white neo-Renaissance town house near Maximilianstrasse and the Hofbräuhaus is straining to be the most luxe thing in Bavaria—and it may be...more

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