Roomers is Munich’s newest hotel – a unique place with unlimited possibilities.
The first thing you notice on arrival at Roomers is the swathe of over 2,000 lightbulbs that line the ceiling of the porte cochère. This is backed by a full-length window that frames the energetic symphony of chefs in the double open kitchen at Izakaya, the hotel’s Japanese restaurant.
The hotel’s vibrancy continues inside, where the Amsterdam-based design studio Concrete has created a cosy lounge lobby with a curved central bar. That pulls double duty as a check in desk with muted leather sofas, modern mid-century-style chairs, marble coffee tables, dramatic pendant lighting and lots of knick-knacks, such as self-service sweet jars, that are revealed in an avocado palette with brass accents.
The 281 spacious and comfortable guestrooms upstairs are similarly furnished, while some of the suites are anchored with a deep-soaking tub in the bedrooms. Atmospheric interior combining design and warmth. Modern art that creates a sensual and cozy atmosphere. The perfect backdrop for special moments.
The property is located in the Westend, an up-and-coming low-key neighbourhood. The city centre with its abundance of restaurants are just minutes away, but it hardly makes sense to leave the hotel, when Izakaya Asian Kitchen & Bar serves such an inventive Japanese-Peruvian menu. You may remember it from my post about Sir Joan. Izakaya is the modern inspiration of a small traditional Japanese restaurant. The cuisine: Japanese with South American influences. From Amsterdam, a venue for special occasions. Sushi, Sashimi or Osume. And quintessential: Sakana, the fine-tuned menus with small portions. Also reccomended: scallops dressed with a truffle and mushroom sauce or the perfectly crisp sweetcorn tempura. Japan is just a few steps away from the room.
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