Le Méridien Munich

48° 8' 20.71'' N 11° 33' 28.98'' E +

48° 8' 20.71'' N 11° 33' 28.98'' E

The Le Méridien was the first new hotel built in the centre of Munich, i.e. within the Munich ring road, for fifteen years. Due to its location right opposite the ICE exit at Munich main railway station, the hotel’s future perspectives are very promising. The overall project not only comprises the 381 room four star hotel, but also offers office and retail space as well as an underground car park.

With its above average sized rooms, exceptionally well equipped bathrooms and excellent location, the Le Méridien was able to establish itself amongst the leading business hotels in Munich within a very short period of time.

The Le Méridien Munich is not like any other hotel in the lively city. Its breathtaking interior by the interior designer, Pierre-Yves Rochon, has created an elegant and contemporary contrast to the historical buildings in the neighbourhood.

Feuring Group developed the project together with one of its partners, procured the operator, Le Méridien, co-ordinated and delivered the entire FF&E package as general contractor and initiated the sale to the end investor, DB Real Estate GmbH (today RREEF).

Visionary hotel development – that was the aim of Berno-H. Feuring when he developed his first hotel. Visionary in this context means “thinking ahead of time, according to guests’ requirements, profitable and sustainable”. During his speech on the occasion of the official opening Feuring said that “The Le Méridien Munich fulfils all these criteria” and revealed something, he learned from his many years of experience: “The secret in the successful development of a project is to be found in a good cooperation between all partners to the project. Their efforts should fit in with each other like a jigsaw and create one perfect piece of work. “