Sofitel Munich Bayerpost

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The building that would become Sofitel Munich Bayerpost was first constructed between 1896 and 1900 as the Royal Bavarian Post Office. The post office functioned as the most important distribution center for mail throughout the Kingdom of Bavaria. But from 2002 to 2004, local architects Fred Angerer and Gerald Hadler redeveloped the location for Sofitel, transforming the building into one of Munich’s premier luxury hotels. Angerer and Hadler opened up the existing floor plan, adding a blend of avant-garde architecture that made the building one of the most impressive structures in the entire city. Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is located in the center of the city, which is perfect for guests interested in experiencing the history of Munich. The hotel is very close many popular attractions, including the Karlsplatz/Stachus shopping center and the Marienplatz Town Hall Square. There is also direct subway service to the Munich Airport, while the Munich Main Station is just a short walk from the hotel. Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is the ideal place to stay for any adventurous traveler.
Image of Hotel Exterior Sofitel Munich Bayerpost, 1896, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Munich, Germany, Overview Video

Sofitel Munich Bayerpost

An overview of the historic Sofitel Munich Bayerpost


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Travel to the Nymphenburg Palace, the Theresienwiese, and the Karlsplatz nearby.


Discover the brilliant Neoclassical façade of the Sofitel Munich Bayerpost.


Explore the remarkable Munich Residenz nearby.


Experience Munich’s impressive cultural district, the Kunstareal.


Taste the extensive variety of native Bavarian beer served at the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl.

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