One of the most prestigious addresses in Munich is Maximilianstraße, a street dominated by art galleries, fashion boutiques and jewellery stores of the first rate. Amidst the mostly neo-Gothic structures is a building from 1858 that was ordered by King Maximilian II to be “the finest hotel in town“. Since then, almost 300 rooms and suites not only offer luxurious ambiance but also form a presentation area for famous art. Selected walls and ceilings are covered with reproductions of old master paintings from the Wittelsbach royal family‘s private collection, which is exhibited in Munich‘s Alte Pinakothek museum. The exclusively enlarged art fragments on canvas underline the approach to create bespoke arrangements. The lobby, also known as “Munich’s most beautiful living room“, is roofed by a stained glass dome, which shelters local visitors and guests from all over the world during their afternoon tea.