Hotel Opera – Your Personal Residence in Munich
HISTORICAL HOTEL IN THE HEART OF MUNICH
Staying in the lovely little Hotel Opera in Munich was a great part of the delightful time I’ve spent in this German city.
For the History Enthusiast
I love history. I love science fiction as well. Both require imagination and allow me to imagine how people lived before us, and how will live those after us. For these reasons, I like to stay in places that have their own history and atmosphere. Hotel Opera is situated very conveniently not far from the city centre. It is a hotel where you can easily feel the touch of history, the time of glamorous aristocratic life and birthtime of the Classical music, scientific discoveries and subtle but tangible rise of feminism.
Service and Premises
The stuff in Hotel Opera is almost invisible, so quiet and delicate is their service. They are not only highly professional but also very friendly. I felt at home in this Hotel Opera as never before. And the only reason for this were the people working here!
Breakfast Time at Hotel Opera
Breakfast time at Hotel Opera is a little celebration. Not because it is a feast of endless goodies but because it is served in a such an elegant and discreet manner with great attention to every guest. You get your tea or coffee in a set of a high-quality china (I will not be surprised if this porcelain has a historical value!), sitting in a corner of the hall, on a table with a starched white tablecloth and surrounded by a lot of greeneries in pots and white-colored antique pieces of furniture.
Actually, that was my favorite part of the day!
The rooms are had the classic comfort of a good 4-star hotel but with a little twist of history as well. The simple interior of my room had a focal point – the gilded headboard of the bed.
A kind welcome note was waiting under the beautiful painting of a ballerina. I really didn’t need more …
Have you stayed at hotels that give the feel that you are back in time?
Where these hotels are and what you loved the most about them?
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