Munich, Germany

Anna Hotel

Rates from (ex tax)$168.10

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR153.00), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Post-modern München


Just off Karlsplatz

It may be perfectly positioned near the entrance to Munich's old town, but there's nothing old fashioned about Anna Hotel's sleek interiors. Designed by Donghia, the design den's bold contemporary rooms combine teakwood floors, black granite and white walls to create the perfect frame for the avant-garde furniture and the sixth floor's postcard-perfect panoramas of the city.

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Photos Anna Hotel facilities

Need to know


75, including one tower suite, four junior tower suites, two upper deck rooms and two panorama rooms.


11am, but late check-out is sometimes possible. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from $168.10 (€143), excluding tax at 7 per cent.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR142.99), via, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Breakfast isn't included in the room rate but a buffet is available for €22 a person.

At the hotel

Satellite TV, free WiFi. Free access to spa at next-door Hotel Königshof, with Jacuzzi, steam bath, sauna and gym.

Our favourite rooms

Ask for a round tower room, with great views over Munich and the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady). Some rooms have balconies, and you can choose between rain shower or bathtub.


There is an underground station and streetcar stop in front of the hotel, and it’s 500m to the main station.


Dogs are allowed for a charge of €25 a day. Blankets and a dog bowl are provided. Just let the hotel know when booking. See more pet-friendly hotels in Munich.


Are very welcome. Under-12s can stay in their parents’ room for free; there is a charge of €60 a day for an extra bed for teens and adults (including breakfast). Cots can be provided, and babysitters are available on request.

Food and Drink

Photos Anna Hotel food and drink

Top Table

By the window.

Dress Code

As you like it.

Hotel restaurant

Anna Bar & Restaurant, on the ground floor, has Asian-influenced and European fare. The impressive dim sum menu has a mix-and-match selection of sticky dumplings, meat-stuffed rolls and wontons, and there's a range of Thai curries. More traditional choices include Caesar salad, club sandwiches and pasta dishes.

Hotel bar

The bar is in the same modern space as the restaurant and serves a good variety of cocktails.

Last orders

11pm for the restaurant's full menu; order from the late night menu from 11pm to 1am, which is last call in the bar too (later on Fridays and Saturdays).


Photos Anna Hotel location
Anna Hotel
1 Schützenstrasse,


Munich airport is 37km from the hotel; the journey should take around 40 minutes by car. For €75 (a vehicle, each way) the hotel's chauffeur can collect you at the airport and take you to the hotel.


Munich’s main Hauptbahnhof station is 500 metres from the hotel. It’s the main hub for trains linking up Germany and the rest of Europe.


The majority of the city centre is pedestrianised, so all cars will need to be parked in the garage behind the taxi stand on Bayerstrasse, beside the hotel. The hotel has a chauffeur service should you need a lift anywhere.

Local restaurants

At Geisel´s Vinothek, just a two-minute’s walk from the hotel, you’ll find a menu of Bavarian and Italian dishes along with a 600-strong wines list. Helmed by chef Tohru Nakamura, Geisel’s Werneckhof is the place to go for Japanese-inspired international cuisine.



Photos Anna Hotel reviews
Benjamin Von Eckartsberg

Anonymous review

Thanks to Mrs Smith’s work schedule, our romantic weekend in Munich, our hometown, starts with some serious time pressure. The Rat Pack Show from Las Vegas at the Deutsche Theatre starts in an hour. Before then, we have to get our tickets, check in at the Anna Hotel, dress up and try to make it into the auditorium before they close the doors. Mrs Smith leaps out of the cab at the theatre to grab the tickets; I continue to the hotel to check in with our luggage.

The Anna Hotel is one of the finest boutique hotels in Munich and lies between the main train station and the Stachus, where the Karlstor, a portal remaining from the old city wall, is the entry into the historical part of town. The hotel entrance lies in a pedestrian zone brimming with shops and cafés. But with one foot on a red marble floor, my interest in retail and relaxing over coffee is eclipsed by the aesthetics; I feel myself surrounded by a strong showing of clear and pared-down design. A freestanding reception desk in front of a high wall of black stone grabs my attention, where the friendly female concierge is framed by two beautiful ikebana-like flower arrangements. While I’m checking in, Mrs Smith shows up with the tickets. Either the Deutsche Theater is very close, or my frau is very fast, even in high heels.

Our suite, designed by Donghia (like the rest of the hotel), is on the top floor of the six-storey building, so we’re happy we’ll be treated to a great view over Germany’s third largest city. As in Paris, in order to preserve Munich’s skyline, buildings aren’t allowed to be high-rise. Entering our room, we immediately regret our tight schedule for tonight. About 40 square metres of teakwood floor, combined with white walls and black granite create a warmly lit background for the cherry-picked and expertly arranged pieces of furniture. Two of the walls are replaced by panoramic windows reaching from floor to ceiling, affording the scene some penthouse-style gravitas.

My first reaction is a childish salto mortale on the main feature of the suite: the extremely inviting bed. The upholstered beige leather wall provides a welcome prophylactic against head-bumping. Lying on the soft and comforting white linen, I can’t help but mutter: ’Aw, can’t we skip the old-fashioned Las Vegas show, order some food and cocktails, and stay here the whole evening, singing Sinatra songs ourselves?’ Mrs Smith is tempted, but familiar with my musical skills, she suggests we stick to the original plan and leave it to the professionals. So we get ready in fast-forward mode and, ten minutes later by foot, it's showtime for Ol´Blue Eyes and pals.

A bit of Dean Martin, Sammy Davis et al is a worthy diversion on our weekend adventure. With hands hurting from all the clapping, we take a five-minute cab ride to Schwabing. Dinner at our favourite Munich restaurant, the Last Supper, makes a suitably dramatic finale. A successful combo of cabin in the Alps, Catholic saints on the wooden walls and rock music, it has heavily tattooed staff who contrast with the Bavarian Gemütlichkeit in looks, but treat us with perfectly comforting ease and cool nonchalance. The wines and changing menus are high-class and keep us coming back. Well-fed and entertained, we head home to our suite, to shut out the rest of the world for a wonderful holiday sleep in our hometown.

Late morning, the autumn sun lays hundreds of rays of light across the room through the teak blinds. Not wanting to leave that gorgeous bed, we enlist room service to bring us our breakfast. While enjoying scrambled eggs kept warm under silver cloches, cereals with fresh fruits, warm croissants, latte macchiato and green tea, we watch the news on the huge flatscreen TV. A little later, bathed in sunshine and surrounded by pearly mosaic stones and glass, I stand under the rain shower, still watching TV on the screen miraculously worked into the big mirror over the rough black-granite bath.

Our balcony wraps itself around half of the top floor, so it’s little wonder I find Mrs Smith there, enjoying that view of Munich. The triangular building points like a huge arrow towards the old town. Behind the Karlstor rise the twin towers of the Frauenkirche, the dominant symbol of the Munich skyline. We skip the wellness area of the five-star Hotel Königshof across the street, which is available to guests at no cost; we want to enjoy the bright sunny afternoon with a long walk through the most beautiful attraction Munich has to offer: the English Garden. It is one of the biggest city parks in the world and, at this time of year, it just blows you away. Settings for an afternoon stroll don’t get much more romantic.

The Anna restaurant and bar has been finished according to the same clear design as the rooms. The absence of cosy elements and the bare white walls create a canvas for a moody light installation that allows me opportunity to study the well-frequented restaurant and, more enjoyably, the beautiful face of Mrs Smith, in many different soft colour tones. Hungry from our walk, we fall on dishes such as corn-fed chicken and couscous, and nougat parfait with grilled mango, accompanied by several aperitifs and a bottle of white Grüner Veltliner from Austria. We reach our verdict: anyone looking for a base to conquer the most Italian city north of the Alps couldn’t find a more beautifully styled hotel from which to shoot their arrow. Especially now that it proudly flies the Smith flag.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Anna Hotel’s Guestbook below.

We loved

The convenient location in the heart of Munich; Anna hotel is close to everything – restaurants, bars, shopping and sights. We had dinner at Michelin star restaurant Acquarello based on the hotel's recommendation – delightful!

Don’t expect

A quiet nights sleep – Anna hotel is in the bustling downtown part of Munich and only a 2 minute walk away from the main station.


Stayed on 10 Jun 2017

We loved

Great hotel in the perfect location for Munich. Very friendly team and the room we were upgraded to on the top floor was incredible.


Stayed on 11 Mar 2017

We loved

The cool, trendy outside area, surrounded by pink flowers. Fabulous huge apartment. Loved The Last Supper, menu all in German but super friendly and relaxed.

Don’t expect

A quiet nights sleep, hotel right in the heart of all the hustle and bustle, trams, cars and bars!


Stayed on 6 May 2016

We loved

How close the hotel is to restaurants, cafes, shops, transport and sights. Also the breakfast buffet has a great selection of food! The teak deck rooms were spacious and peaceful and had a nice bathroom. 10/10

Don’t expect

I'm not sure - it had everything we expected!


Stayed on 9 Mar 2016

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