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Main image: Outside view of the traditional and famous Zum Franziskaner tavern.
Munich’s finest When planning a trip to the city of beer, breweries and inns, be sure not to miss out on the best parts. Stay at one of the finest hotels in Munich’s city centre, enjoy Bavarian hospitality, traditional cuisine and a proper beer in the famous Franziskaner and when visiting the Oktoberfest, party in the impressive SchützenFestzelt. TEXT: NANE STEINHOFF | PHOTOS: GASTRONOMIEBETRIEBE REINBOLD GMBH & CO. KG
Reinbolds Hotel Drei Löwen is located in the heart of the city, and famous sights, the pedestrian zone, the central station or the Oktoberfest are only a few steps away. The four-star traditional hotel offers spacious and newly renovated comfortable double rooms with a feel-good ambiance. High speed internet access, a comprehensive breakfast buffet, which covers every culinary craving, as well as a relaxing restaurant and lobby will make your stay in Munich a special one. A stylish atmosphere and perfect service can be expected 24 hours a day. If you plan on going to Oktoberfest this year, why not book the ‘Wies’n-Special’, which includes one night at the hotel, breakfast, a visit to the famous SchützenFestzelt and seats for hotel guests at a table for ten – which can be hard to find in the
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crowded tents – and a food and drink voucher for 50 Euros per person. You can book a single, a double or a three bed room from now onwards. Zum Franziskaner Established in 1363, in close proximity to the Franciscan monastery, Munich’s longstanding and tradition-rich tavern Zum Franziskaner survived wars, inflation, bombs and a five-year-long business interruption from 1944 until 1950. Today, the tavern is popular among the old and the young and everyone feels comfortable due to the unique and special atmosphere. Visit Zum Franziskaner for a morning pint, lunch or dinner – traditional Munich hospitality is of great importance here from 9.30 until 24.00. Embrace Bavarian delicacies such as the Weisswurst, a
Top: The cosy atmosphere of the Zum Franziskaner tavern. Above: Outside view of Hotel Drei Löwen. Below: Oktoberfest 2014 in the Schützen-Festzelt.
Bavarian veal sausage, alongside a big mug of delicious locally brewed wheat beer. The Schützen-Festzelt This year, make sure to book your tickets early for one of the party tents at Oktoberfest. The Schützen-Festzelt is a ‘tent’with a solid wooden construction with all modern conveniences. Offering space for over 5,000 guests, 1,100 additional Oktoberfest enthusiasts can be served in the attached garden with a glazed ceiling. Everything that guests appreciate about the services of the Franziskaner, the quality of the kitchen or the beer, can also be found in the tent. www.hotel3loewen.de www.schuetzen-festzelt.de www.zum-franziskaner.de www.facebook.com/z.franziskaner
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