Incredible new luxury hotel design in Munich. The first Ruby hotel on German soil is in Munich.
The new Ruby Lilly at Stiglmaierplatz offers a lot to the eye of the beholder. In the black, gold-accented lobby, hand-picked vintage furniture and colorful armchairs, various wooden chairs, as well as small and large tables create a casual and elegant mix around the bar under a high, open ceiling. An electric guitar animated on the wall animate and make music.
Michael Struck, founder and CEO of the Ruby Hotels, which currently has two houses in Vienna, is focused on a clientele that “moves in modern and postmodern living environments and is looking for the extraordinary”. His concept is “Lean Luxury” and stands for luxury, which is not defined by marble bathrooms, but wants to combine the essence with the experience.
For the bedrooms “Lean Luxury” means oak, precious cherry wood wall paneling, comfortable beds, partial window-sills with cashmere and chic lamps. An eye-catcher is the television test-image of the 1980s, which always appears in the carpet in the hotel rooms.
The Ruby Lilly Hotel Munich is located in a former eight-storey building, so that the restructuring of the guest rooms has resulted in 20 different ground plans. In order to be as efficient as possible, a glazed shower and a washing table were integrated into the rooms, so the guest can theoretically watch the shower. In the distance he can see from his retreat as well: Bodentiefe window fronts offer a view far over the Löwenbräukeller and the roofs of the city. In the summer, a mobile bar is planned on the roof terrace.
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