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Posted by Melissa Barker on 7 July 2022
Ruby Rosi is the latest design hotel of the Munich group and has 101 rooms are spread over three floors of a former 1950s office building with a total area of 4,100 square metres.
Rosi was inspired by an iconic Munich figure, Bally Prell: singer and 'the beauty queen of Schneizlreuth’ and her Isar fairytale. The combination of stately castles and rustic village life, typical of traditional fairy tales, is evident in the public areas on the fourth floor, where the 24/7 bar is located, in every hidden nook and cranny. Luxurious materials and hand-picked vintage furnishings skillfully complement the wooden timbering and mediaeval style to create a unique Bavarian fairytale world.
The second Munich hotel also follows Ruby's Lean Luxury philosophy: a location in the heart of the city, top design, high-quality furnishings, and affordability, by removing superfluous non-essentials. In Rosi's rooms, the trademark elements are the open vanity and glass rain shower; lots of fresh white and cherry wood wall panelling; and extra charm with the addition of a canopy above the bed.
Another highlight is the 260-square-foot roof terrace on the fifth floor, which was newly added on top of the existing floors and offers a unique green oasis in the middle of the station district. Ruby's endeavour to integrate its buildings into the neighbourhood is clearly evident here: the bar and roof terrace are open to all Munich residents, and events and readings with local artists are held regularly.
Located in the immediate vicinity of Munich's train station district, Ruby Rosi boasts a convenient location, perfectly connected to public transport. Munich Airport can be reached by S-Bahn in 40 minutes direct, whilst sights such as the Old Town and the famous Frauenkirche, the Marienplatz, the Viktualienmarkt and Oktoberfest are within walking distance.
For more information or to book directly, visit www.ruby-hotels.com/rosi