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Discover Munich as a Meeting Destination Like a Local

 Do you know the meaning of “Mia san Mia”? Have you ever heard of it?

In Southern Germany, you will find a city where tradition, beer culture, football and an untypical lifestyle come together. Munich, the capital of Bavaria, and also the capital of beer offers endless ways to unwind, after a hard day at work or in a meeting.

The city, with its beautiful parks within their “Biergärten” and traditional buildings, combines the typical German lifestyle with the unique Bavarian comfortableness. It doesn’t matter, if you enjoy a beer in one of their “Biergärten” or have a little stroll through the city centre, the Isar river or the English Garden, Munich has it all. Be warned, the city will put a spell on you in the summer, and you might fall in love with not only the history and stunning views but also with its food culture and sports culture.

Now that you know what to expect from Munich, it is time for us to introduce you to three wonderful meeting venues located in the centre of the city and show you why you will enjoy Munich as a meeting destination: ideal location, modern equipment, professional Meeting & Events team and true Bavarian hospitality. Meeting organisers will definitely get the best out of their next business trip.

 

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Picture Courtesy of Rilano Hotel Munich 

 

The Rilano Hotel Munich

Munich Schwabing is not just a district, but a lifestyle. The Leopoldstraße is one of the liveliest streets in Munich - not only because of the high traffic volume but because plentiful shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes are strung like a string of pearls as part of the lane.

If you are looking for a venue, where people will enjoy their stay with a traditional beer from Munich during balmy evenings in the Park, then, don't look any further: the Rilano Hotel is your hotel. Located in the heart of Munich’s district Schwabing, only 15 minutes away from the Münchner Freiheit (one of Munich’s biggest bar and shopping areas) and only 5 minutes to the English Garden, Rilano Hotel will be the perfect venue for your event.

 

 

 
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Picture Courtesy of Rilano Hotel Munich

 

With Rilano’s 7 meeting rooms and 10 meeting suites, the venue offers all the necessary amenities and technology for your events. Time to relax? Spend some time in the hotel's Jazz Bar where you can enjoy special football menus while watching your favourite football team. Our second option will take you to the Burger Bar, where a different "burger of the day" will be served every day of the week (not bad, huh?!)

 

Equipment:

  • beamer
  • scream
  • flipchart
  • pinboard
  • complimentary Wi-Fi
  • CD-Player
  • lectern
  • speaker

  

Book a meeting room at the Rilano Hotel München 

 

 

The Maritim Hotel München

For our next venue, we are taking you to the heart of the city and a place located just next to the central station. In fact, a place between the famous Theresienwiese, where every year the worldwide famous Oktoberfest takes place and the Karlsplatz (Stachus). And for Oktoberfest lovers, this year's edition will be held from September 22nd until October 7th ;) 

Welcome to the Maritim Hotel Munich, a modern and high-tech venue! If you are interested in sightseeing after your meetings, the Maritim Hotel is the perfect location. Only a 15-minute walk is needed to get to some important buildings and areas of the Bavarian capital, like the Frauenkirche, the old town hall or the old or new Pinakothek. At the central station, you will find the stop for Munich’s sightseeing buses, taking you on a 2-hour trip around the most wonderful sightseeing places Munich has to offer.

Are you interested in shopping?

You just have to cross the city wall to get to the largest and longest shopping street in Munich, which leads directly to Marienplatz and the residence of Munich at the Odeonsplatz.

 

 

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Picture courtesy of Maritim Hotel München 

For meeting and events, the Maritim Hotel Munich is providing you with 8 conference rooms, including the Maritim hall with an area of 580 sq.m. for accommodating up to 550 people. You will also have the option to split the hall into 3 different sections. If you need more space, the hotel also offers 5 modern meeting rooms, ranging in size from 25 to 100 sq.m. 

 

Equipment:

 

  • high-quality beamer
  • electromotive canvases
  • speaker
  • flipchart
  • pin chart
  • lectern
  • spotlight
  • complimentary Wi-Fi
  • conference calling

 

Book a meeting room at Maritim Hotel München

 

 

The AZIMUT Hotel Munich

In the East part of Munich, you will find the modern and business hotel AZIMUT Hotel Munich. The hotel is the perfect choice if you are looking for a venue close to the centre (less then 20 minutes away), and close to Munich's exhibition centre Neue Messe München (less than 10 minutes away).

The closest bus station is only two minutes away from the hotel, taking you directly to the Munich's modern public transportation network: Berg Am Laim S-Bahn station or Trudering underground station. After your meeting, there is the possibility to stroll around at the Riem Arcaden shopping centre. When going back in time, this is the same area where the old Munich Airport was located until 1992 or the BUGA (Bundesgartenschau) lake, which was built during the BUGA exhibition in 2005.

  

 

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The AZIMUT Hotel Munich, which can accommodate up to 350 attendees in their 420 sq.m. meeting space, offers 5 modern meeting rooms in variable sizes, allowing customers to hold small and private events up to big-scale social events. The comfortable and stylish rooms, modern equipment as well as a professional Meeting & Events team will deliver a successful and memorable event for your customers.

 

Equipment:

  • screen
  • complimentary Wi-Fi
  • high-quality beamer
  • projector
  • speakers
  • writing pads and pens

 

Book a meeting room at AZIMUT Hotel Munich

 

 

Discover the Munich Culture

Worldwide, Munich is known for its famous and endless types of beer. So it is no surprise that many people spend their evenings, after a hard day of work, in one of the many “Biergärten”, which are located around every little corner of the city.

If you ask locals about "a must do activity" in Munich, they will always tell you to go a local Biergarten to drink a “Maß”, which means 1 litre of beer, and to eat a traditional Bavarian meal, like a crisp roast of Bavarian suckling pig with dumpling and pickled cabbage.

It is also very common to wear the traditionally Bavarian suit, which is called “Lederhose” for men or “Dirndl” for women while spending some time in the “Biergarten”.

Furthermore, for locals, there are not 4 but 5 seasons in Munich, the 5th being the Oktoberfest season. This event is bringing together people from all over the world at the Theresienwiese in Munich. For this event, the 6 biggest breweries of Munich build their enormous tents all around the fair and sell their beers, with traditional Bavarian food. By the way, the Oktoberfest began already in 1810 and is celebrating the marriage between King Ludwig I and his wife Therese, and has been held every year since.

According to some inside info, the people from Munich might always look busy, but they are always in a good mood. Their doors are open, so take the opportunity to embrace the Bavarian comfortableness and hospitality. On a sunny day, the English Garden, the shopping streets and the parks are full of people enjoying the summer breeze, strolling around and drinking a coffee in one of the many cafes in the centre of Munich.

 

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