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Dear guests

WE ARE BACK: Book your stay here with us and enjoy full flexibility due to our enhanced cancellation policy (until 3 pm on the day prior to arrival).

Information regarding our current hygiene measures

As we value your health, we implemented increased hygiene standards in accordance to current governmental regulations:

 

  • Corona Hygiene training for all employees by our medical officer
  • Introduction of a Corona cleaning & desinfection concept in cooperation with Dr. Schnell
  • Cleaning plans and –intervalls were intensified to ensure safety for guests and employees
  • All employees were a mouse-nose-cover at all times
  • Glass protective wall at the reception
  • All our employees get Corona tested when coming back from a holiday abroad

 

Please take notice that currently we cannot offer a breakfast buffet. As an alternative we prepare an à la carte breakfast with selected ingredients for you. 

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

20. December 2017

Viktualienmarkt

The most beautiful market in Munich is a short hop from the CORTIINA Hotel and exists since 1807. At that time it was called „Kräutlmarkt“ (“Kräutl” means herbs) and was a lot smaller. As the market grew with the years and increased in volume people started to call it Viktualienmarkt („Viktualien“ is a Latin word for grocery).

Nowadays what one can find at the Viktualienmarkt, besides several international goodies are mainly local and home-grown foods. Everything among the rich selection of comestibles is of highest quality and of course absolutely fresh.

No wonder also we do our shopping at this market. Practically speaking we buy as many groceries and ingredients as possible from the Viktualienmarkt in order to always assure to get the freshest and most valuable goods.

Open Monday – Sunday until 8 pm at the latest; exceptions are made for florist’s bakers and gastronomy.