Spend summery day´s with us, located directly at the Viktualienmarkt and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the elegant design hotel. The In house restaurant EMIKO attracts with a unique, modern, Japanese cuisine at the highest level. During summertime we serve the fine japan cuisine on the 6th floor of the hotel, with an fantastic view over the rooftops of munich.
Book at least for 2 nights, during the period 01.07 - 31.08.2017, and receive 20% discount on the best available rate and breakfast included
*please note that this rate is not rebook- and cancelable
as well your credit card will be charged directly!
Emiko takes you on a trip through Tokyo and combines the traditional Japanese dining culture with influences of modern international cuisine. It values the special culinary experiences and pays great attention to the perfect and careful preparation of the food and the combination of aromas from different Asian countries. The food is served in the middle of the table and then enjoyed via the sharing principle. >> more
Design Hotels presents: Made By Originals
Experience the LOUIS HOTEL through the eyes of its passionate creators.
Two fully equipped meeting rooms make the LOUIS Hotel the perfect location for your special events in an extraordinary atmosphere. The LOUIS Hotel combines casual ambience with innovative designs and edgy cuisine. A platform for creative ideas and successful meetings was created by its unique atmosphere with oiled oak floors the beautiful view over the Rindermarkt or our quiet courtyard as well as with its straight environment. >> more
Handcrafted furnishings from nut and oak wood, natural stone and elegant tiling that reminiscent of the Parisian Metro make your room an unforgettable experience. Hand-made queen size beds with natural rubber mattresses and mercerized bed linen ensure a restful sleep and sweet dreams. Start recovered and vital into the day. >>more
The most beautiful market in Munich literally is at the LOUIS HOTEL’s feet and exists since 1807. At that time it was called „Kräutlmarkt“ (“Kräutl” means herbs) and was a lot smaller. As the market grew with the years and increased in volume people started to call it Viktualienmarkt. >> more