When the property opens this winter, Langham Hospitality Group will manage the Langham Nymphenburg Residence, located within the grounds of Munich's Nymphenburg Palace, a repurposed historic manor that dates back to 1675.
When the renovation wraps, the three-story property will have four bedrooms, three living rooms, two wine cellars, seven bathrooms, a home cinema, an elevator and a dining room for 12 people. The property has a private terrace that can seat up to 100 people. The space also has a water feature and historic sculptures. Munich-based interior design firm Mang Mauritz oversaw the décor.
“We are delighted to expand our footprint in Europe and introduce our luxury brand to the beautiful city of Munich,” said Stefan Leser, CEO of Langham Hospitality Group. “The fact that The Langham Nymphenburg is a residence emphasizes the diversity of our growing portfolio, and it is a wonderful addition to our group of luxury hotels in major cities such as New York, London, Shanghai, Sydney, Melbourne, Hong Kong and Chicago.”
The decision to manage a private residence did not come about by accident, Leser added. “It was the result of a deliberate evolution on our expansion strategy and our core belief of being in the high-touch luxury business remains intact. The Langham Nymphenburg Residence will provide the services and amenities of a luxury hotel stay with the personalized touches of a private home.”
As the wholly owned subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, Langham Hospitality Group has more than 30 projects either confirmed or in negotiation across Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.