Roomers Bar in Munich: Extravagant Design Bar Inside a Hotel

Roomers stood out amongsts other hotels in the country, because of its gastronomic concept of design and a unique relationship between the services offered and the culture of the natives

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Roomers Bar & Hotel in Munich

Roomers Bar & Hotel is one of the ideal places to spend time in Munich. It’s a refined hotel with 281 extravagant rooms and suites, designed to suit every discerning travelers. They provide the best facilities and world class services with the highest standards making it one of the modern luxurious hotel all over the city. It is located in Landsberger 68 Street in the prestigious town of Munich in Germany.

Each room is finished with inspiring art, state-of-the-art comfort and an alluring ambience. The recreational facilities is designed with the latest technology making it one of the fascinating places to be. If you’re in Munich for a business purpose, Roomers also houses a large conference room that can hold up to 300 guests for their various business and political meetings.

The ample parking lot and outdoor shows where investors can display their commodities, and car launches make the bar an ideal place for the business people and investors.

Roomers stood out amongsts other hotels in the country, because of its gastronomic concept of design which has been employed to develop a clear and a unique relationship between the services offered and the culture of the natives – and this is where their Izakaya Asian Kitchen and Bar and Roomers Bar enters.

Izakaya Asian Kitchen and Bar


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Roomers also houses the Japanese restaurant known as the Izakaya Asian Kitchen and Bar. It is located at the ground floor of the hotel. Here, authentic Japanese food with influences from South America are served.

The place also offers a wide variety of drinks, and services here are of standard quality making it a go-to place when in the city.

Once you get inside the establishment, you’ll see the 360° black stained bar with the onyx marble top where wines, first class cocktails as well as rare types of Sake are displayed. Izakaya takes pride on their bar menu based on fortified wines – vamped up wines such as vermouth, sake and sherry. They also give a cutting-edge twist to the bar with an array of house-infused tonics.

But there’s more to Izakaya than just its bar. Located adjacent to the place is a Hidden Room, where you’ll be transported to a 1960’s party scene, wherein you’ll also get to taste an Asian influenced cocktail menu.

Roomers Bar

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Now to the main part of the hotel – the Roomers Bar. What’s a perfect way to cap off your day in Munich, than to have a grub and sip some liquors in their in-house bar. It’s just a 10-minute tram ride from the Oktoberfest grounds which makes it accessible to tourists around the area.

Roomers Bar is the brainchild of Alex Urseanu and Mickey Rosen. The two investors have been investing in the hotel industry since the 1990s. They have achieved tremendous success – this includes their recent win as the Hoteliers of the Year 2018.

The two hoteliers have combined luxury and modern interpretation without losing sight of the lightness of being. Thus, the creation of inspiring meeting spots found in the major cities in the world, and that includes the Roomers Bar in Munich

The bar is, therefore, one of the best places to visit in Munich. The exemplary and standardised services, the spacious conference rooms and its uniqueness are some of the critical features making it an ideal place to be in Germany.

Useful Information

Roomers Bar Munich

Landsberger Str. 68, 80339 Munich, Germany

Tel: +49 89 452202 0


Update: 02.08.18

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