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Moxy and Residence Inn launch two new properties in Munich East

by | 06 Nov 2019 | Projects

Simple yet cosy, the new Residence Inn Munich Ostbahnhof. (Photo: Resicence Inn)

The area around Munich’s Ostbahnhof, the main station in the eastern part of the city, is coming to life with two new hotels and several other new developments.

A lot is happening in the former factory quarter behind Munich East, the main station in the eastern part of the city.

With the opening of two modern hotels and a few other developments, a whole neighbourhood is being reborn.

We take a closer look at the two new hotels.

Modern design and local inspiration – the Moxy Munich Ostbahnhof

Where the motorcycle manufacturer Zündapp used to produce its bikes, Moxy Munich Ostbahnhof opened its doors in early October.

Vehicle parts, skid marks and the nearby Alps are skilfully incorporated into the property’s design, and convey a light, open atmosphere. Minimalist furnishing, the omission of superfluous structures and spacious public areas invite guests to linger.

The 146 rooms are simply furnished but offer all the modern comforts guests expect these days, such as a wealth of power outlets and USB ports.

Photo: Moxy

Home away from home at Residence Inn Munich Ostbahnhof

The Residence Inn Munich Ostbahnhof recently welcomed its first guests as well. Here 75 spacious studios create a positive experience for long-stay guests.

A well-equipped kitchenette, a separate work area and cosy living spaces make the studios a relaxing retreat. In the spacious lobby, a rich breakfast is served in the morning and various events are organized in the evenings to offer guests a chance to mingle and create new contacts.

The Swiss operator SV Hotel is behind both new properties. “In the midst of this vibrant and fast-growing neighbourhood, we are particularly proud to open two new hotels,” said Beat Kuhn, Managing Director of SV Hotel.


Photo: Residence Inn



Marriott International, Inc. is based in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, and encompasses a portfolio of more than 7,000 properties under 30 leading brands spanning 131 countries and territories.


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