Angelo Westpark opens in Munich, boasts ‘linear design’ concept

Vienna International Hotelmanagement AG has announced that after 18 months of construction, the four-star Angelo Munich Westpark opened. The Angelo Westpark is the second angelo brand hotel in Munich. Like the angelo Hotel at Leuchtenbergring, which opened in 2008, the Angelo Munich Westpark was developed by Austrian company UBM Realitätenentwicklung AG and its subsidiary Münchner Grund Immobilien Bauträger AG.

The new 207-room four-star Angelo Hotel Munich Westpark opened in the district of Sendling. The property is said to boast a linear design concept, blending light-flooded architecture and bright yellow, coral red and anthracite tones.

The rooms have modern interiors, making use of vibrant colors black, coral red and yellow. There are 120 superior rooms, 62 executive rooms, 22 junior suites, and three barrier-free rooms. In-room amenities include: individual climate control, free WLAN, flat-screen and satellite TV, minifridge/minibar, safe with integrated electrical outlet, tea-/coffee-making facilities, and floor heating in the bathrooms.


The conference area, with a capacity for up to 350 people, offers a pillar-free design on the ground floor, with natural daylight in all rooms and a directly adjoining terrace. In total, there 745 square meters are available for events, with options between eight meeting rooms that can be flexibly arranged and combined as needed.

An integral part of all angelo hotels is the restaurant Sunlight and the lobby bar Jazz with its black-and-white photographs of big-name jazz artists. A private dining area is available for special occasions with up to 35 guests.

The new Angelo Hotel Munich Westpark is located, and with access to the ring road Mittlerer Ring and the A95 and A96 motorways. It has 70 underground parking spaces. Marienplatz square, Theresienwiese (Oktoberfest) and the central railway station are within reach with the S7 train and U6 underground line from Harras station, which is a five-minute walk from the hotel.

The hotel was developed as part of the LIVE-WORK-STAY complex that also comprises apartments, offices and commercial space. The investment costs of the entire complex amount to around €50 million.


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