Rediscovering Munich

Thursday Saturday 13/August/2022 21:18 PM
By: Rahul Das
Rediscovering Munich

Is there really any point in traveling if you can’t post a picture of the entire city from the vantage of your hotel balcony?

Not in the post COVID era – 2022, surely.

In the post COVID era, the challenge for the hospitality sector lies on how competitively travel- related memoirs can be redesigned for those jaw-dropping insta posts.

Hoteliers round the globe are busy brainstorming to adroitly unlock panoramic views from the balcony or the room, replete with ultimate luxury, making your trip not only memorable, but picture perfect too.

Munich with its red rooftop cityscape from Hotel Hilton Munich Park’s balcony promises one such ‘instagrammable’ shot.

The mountainous terrain of Bavaria on a clear day is breathtaking and remains embedded in memory for a lifetime.

The historical centre of Munich’s old town with its fascinating pinnacle of Rathaus Glockenspiel as it appears from the balcony, is quintessential.

Sitting in the balcony and listening to the faint chiming of the clock across the Marienplatz is a blissfully pleasant way to end the day.

Elegantly juxtaposed to the neighbouring lush green Englischer Garten or English Garden and the burbling waters of Eisbach passing through it, Hilton is a perfect escapade into freshness of the foliage that surrounds it.

Strategically located, Hilton is commuter-friendly, be it for a city tour or a business project.

Hilton Munich Park, which is at the south-eastern edge of Englischer Garten, the largest urban park in Europe, means direct access to the heart of the city Marienplatz within 15 minutes.

You can soak up the sunshine and Munich’s beautiful skyline from your hotel balcony where old architecture and modern buildings sit side by side.

You can explore many features of the Englischer Garten – from stunning fountains and sculptures — on foot or on a bike. Then you can watch, Eisbach Wave, a manmade surf spot on the river’s intersection with Prinzregentenstraße on the park’s southern end that attracts adventurers and onlookers from all over the world.

Sascha Köhler, General Manager and Area General Manager, West & South Germany, Hilton Munich Park, who started working with Hilton with 23 years back in 1993 in Zurich, said: “The elegance of the Hilton Munich Park hotel can only be matched by the staggering beauty of the iconic Englischer Garten lying in its neighbourhood. Here, gorgeous vistas over the lush, blooming park, from any room or suite, are sure to leave the guests breathless.”

The popular Marienplatz Square and Munich Central Station are close by and accessible by bus number 58 which stops in front of the hotel.

A three to four-minute walk will take you to Tivolistraße tram Station from where you can reach a world of shopping, dining and nightlife experiences that the Marienplatz Square offers.

Sascha Köhler also said hotel occupancy has drastically increased in 2022 and is currently overseeing over 80 percent occupancy. “We are well above 2020 and 2021 levels, which is great news for the tourism industry in Germany,” he said.

If you’re looking for new and unique experiences while exploring Germany, the hotel gets you covered.

From cheering Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena to admiring the endless exhibits at the Deutsches Museum, playing with red pandas at the Tierpark Hellabrunn Zoo, riding intense roller coasters at Bayern-Park, paragliding near the Alps or visiting BMW museum, there are hundreds of destinations across the length and breadth of Munich that will ensure that you gather memories of a lifetime.

For citizens of Oman and residents looking for a cool respite from the Summer heat, Hilton has unveiled its ‘Alpine Dreams’ as the ideal getaway and a refreshing change. Couples, families and adventure seekers can experience the magic of four Alpine countries and six enchanting destinations ensconced in the lap of the striking Alpine ranges.

They can explore the endless traditional and natural wonders of Vienna, Munich, Davos, Zurich, Evian-les-Bains and Geneva and have an unforgettable summer holiday experience.

From panoramic views of the lakes and mountains to rich city culture, there is something to suit the most discerning traveller in and between each city. Some of the world’s most beautiful sights can be taken along the way and there are day-trip choices from each destination that are truly inspiring.

Each destination boasts of the finest Hilton properties where guests can expect world-class hospitality, spacious accommodation, state-of-the art amenities and breath-taking views, besides easy access to iconic landmarks and cultural milestones.