Germany’s fourth Autograph Collection hotel uses natural materials

Roomers Munich opened as the fourth property under Marriott International’s Autograph Collection in Germany. Located in the city’s Westend, the hotel was created by the Gekko Group with an avant-garde approach to the hotel’s interiors led by Amsterdam-based design company concrete.

Roomers Munich uses natural materials—including wood, leather and marble—contrasted with copper elements through the public spaces. The 281 guestrooms and suites layer contemporary décor with unconventional touches and artwork. (Each guestroom also has a Bang & Olufsen Sound System, Nespresso Machine, Apple TV and Android Miracast, Wi-Fi connectivity, and bar.)

The hotel's restaurant, Izakaya Asian Kitchen & Bar, complements the Roomers Bar and the 1960s-inspired Hidden Room. The fourth Izakaya restaurant to debut, this space is anchored by a Robata grill, while an intricate fish crafted from beech wood hangs overhead. The circular bar is stained black and has an onyx marble top.

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Other amenities include the Roomers Spa by Shan Rahimkhan, which includes five treatment rooms and a bar spread across 6,460 square feet. The spa also has an infinity Jacuzzi, projection room and daybeds.

The hotel is also home to a 9,150-square-foot event space, in addition to two outdoor terraces and seven conference rooms.

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