Central location in Munich’s city-center between the ‘Altstadt’ and the artists’ district Schwabing in Munich’s museum and university quarter.
You can park your car safely in our underground duplex parking garage (€15,-/night). The parking space is unfortunately limited and availability also depends on the size of your car. Because of that binding reservation is not possible.
The parking entrance can be accessed comfortably via car elevator (max. length 5m, height 2m).
Good shunting skills are obligatory. Parking assistance is available at no extra charge. 😉
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The art district Munich – located between the historic center and the popular trendy neighbourhood of Schwabing, the quietly situated Hotel ANTARES in the district Maxvorstadt is the ideal vantage point for getting acquainted with the city-center. There are new things to explore in every direction.
Set off on a journey of discovery!
The Brandhorst museum in the Kunstareal (“art district”) of Munich’s Maxvorstadt houses the collection of Udo and Anette Brandhorst for modern and contemporary art.
Munich Maxvorstadt has been a top address for art lovers since 1836. The ‘Alte Pinakothek’ exhibits art dating from the middle ages to the 18th century. The ‘Neue Pinakothek’ showcases masterpieces from the 19th and the early 20th century. And the ‘Pinakothek der Moderne’ is home to classical modernists and contemporary art.
The Englischer Garten (German for ‘English Garden’) is one of the world’s largest urban public parks. Discover many (almost) magical spots in its vast landscape.
Münchner Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund (Munich’s public transportation service)
Munich’s official information portal: Sights and sightseeing