Complete with a cinema room, wine cellar, gym, and more – This gorgeous hotel palace property in Munich costs $57,000 a night


If you’re looking for a place packed with luxury and European charm, The Langham Nymphenburg Residence in Munich is where you need to be! After being closed for refurbishing for almost two years, the premium property is now open for tourists with added grandeur.


The ancient eighteenth-century manor is conceptualized and run by Langham Hospitality Group and Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg. It presents luxury comfort, privacy, and unparalleled exclusivity that is second to none. The hotel stands adjacent to the famous Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg porcelain factory and boasts its precious material in fittings and furnishings alike.

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The property features seven bathrooms, four bedrooms, three living rooms, an airy dining room, a fully equipped kitchen, fitness center, conference suite, home cinema, and wine cellar. It comes with a private sun-dappled terrace and a beautifully landscaped garden with a space that is big enough to accommodate 100 guests.


Commenting on it, Stefan Leser, Chief Executive Officer of Langham Hospitality Group said, “The Langham Nymphenburg Residence in Munich is an example of the ideal property to develop our presence in Europe and create our luxury brand,” He further added, “The residence will provide the services of a luxury hotel stay with the personalized touches of a private home. Our guests will have ample space, privacy, and exclusivity, along with exclusive Langham services in a splendid royal setting.”

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[Via: The Luxury Editor]