If you have a passion for interiors,high quality materials and an eye for detail then add Hotels Louis and Cortiina in Munich (sister hotels) to your list, located in the centre of the city….and yes kids are most welcome!
I had the pleasure of staying at both hotels with my family quite recently after being given the task to book our accommodation. As we normally stay with friends it was a lovely change and one I will definitely do again later this year when we return.
What ticked my boxes before booking
»no driving required
»great online service
»price point $$$
After contacting the hotel whiles still in Singapore I was provided with two accommodation options to suit my family. Either one large Deluxe room with two roll away beds or two courtyard superiors. We were staying 3 nights and the Deluxe Market Room was the right fit for our stay.
After completing all the necessary paperwork which seemed like less than a minute we escorted past the lovely lobby/bar to the lift and made our way to the 4th level. You’ll notice the divine scent which fills the corridors, one you could certainly bottle up and take home. Entering the room my first impression was the size and how a family of four can comfortably stay here.
photo credit: Louis Hotel
-Room size: ca. 42m²
-French balcony with views over the Viktualienmarkt
-Queen size beds with premium cotton sheets
-Metro like bathroom interior with bathtub/shower or shower and a little window with views to your room
-Armchair and chaise lounge
-essentials cabinet (forgot something at home, some undies maybe? )
– This room from apron. 249 Euros a night
After a good night sleep it was time to head downstairs, the same level we arrived to enjoy breakfast. Definitely a breakfast worth staying for with a lovely mix and fresh produce from the Viktualienmarkt (Foodie Market). When you book your stay breakfast is not included in the price which some might feel is a little strange for a design hotel, however I prefer this option as there is an abundance of choice as soon as you step outside which they realised and wanted to give guests the choice. As a couple I probably wouldn’t bother stepping out but with kids it’s always rushed anyway.
Adults pay 28,50 € p.p while children 6-12 years pay 14,50 € and anyone below is free.
Well we didn’t plan on eating dinner at the Louis due to our busy schedule, however after a taking the kids to see the Nutcracker they weren’t in the let’s stay out mood so we made our way back to the Louis Hotel and had a little bite to eat. The lovely bar man suggested we order a Bento Box each for the kids which was spot on!
Good to know
* Valet Parking, per day 26 € in an external garage also used by Louis guests. After having the hotel park my car the first time they suggested I park it at the same location myself for a reduced fee of 16€
*As the hotel really does cater for everything I did miss not being supplied with a shower cap as part of the bathroom amenities
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