Hyatt unveils future Andaz Munich

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate entered into a contract with Jost Hurler Beteiligungs-und Verwaltungsgesellschaft, a family-owned company based in Munich, for an Andaz hotel in the city. The first Andaz-branded hotel in Germany, Andaz Munich will join hotels currently located in London, New York, Los Angeles, Shanghai and soon Tokyo. Expected to open in 2017, Andaz Munich will make its mark in the Bavarian capital.

The 274-room hotel will be developed in central Munich in a cultural district known as Schwabinger Tor. Situated between Leopoldstrasse and Berlinerstrasse, Andaz Munich will be part of a mixed use site, which will include newly constructed upscale residential apartments, retail shops, offices, theaters and restaurants.

The hotel will have 234 guestrooms, 36 junior suites, three executive suites and a presidential suite. The hotel will also have an all-day dining restaurant, a lounge and rooftop bar, as well as a fitness center with spa and pool facilities. Conference facilities will include a ballroom, seven conference rooms and pre-function space.

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