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PRIME TIME fitness

Dear guests,
we have good news – and we have good news …Our Prime Time Fitness waistband gives you free access at all three Prime Time Fitness studios in Munich. And one of them is especially close by. Ask our front office for details!

Opening hours
Mo – Fr 06:00 AM – 24:00 PM
Sa & So 08:00 AM – 22:00 PM

PRIME TIME fitness
Frauenstr. 12

EISBACH FIT

This is so cool. These guys and gals work out outside, in the Englischer Garten or at Massman Park several times a week. No matter the weather. Regardless of rain, sun, snow or wind. There is usually an early morning class and a late afternoon class (check website for schedule and check-in!). Run by our friends Richard and Daniel, Eisbach Fit is a full-body workout and group experience. Only in Munich!

EISBACH FIT
Lerchenfeldstraße 1a

BOULE

Join the local old-schoolers at Hofgarten behind Schumann’s for a relaxed (or hotly debated) game of boule …

Hofgarten, Altstadt
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BOULE

FC BAYERN

It’s basically impossible to get football tickets for the Allianz Arena without the right connections or a lot of good fortune. But you can watch the record champions practice up close and personal at Säbenerstraße during the season. It’s a media-circus and all, but you haven’t been to Munich, if you haven’t seen them getting ready for yet another title.

Säbenerstraße 57, Harlaching, fcbayern.de
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FC BAYERN

BASKETBALL

By far our favorite spot for pick-up basketball is the tiny court in front of legendary Pinakotheken, on the corner of Barerstraße and Theresienstraße, where games of “3on3” tend to get rowdy at times. Games go till 11 and there’s count double. Make sure to bring your A-game! If you feel like visiting a professional game, the Audi Dome is your best – and only – bet. FC Bayern’s first league basketball team not quite as dominant as the fellow football department – but that’s it’s only a matter of time.

3on3, Maxvorstadt
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Audi Dome, Grasweg 74, Sendling, fcb-basketball.de
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BASKETBALL

FOOTBALL

Join the locals for an after-work pick-up game in the Englischer Garten’s holy (but tricky) lawn. This may just be the city’s most democratic get-together, featuring students, tourists, blue-collar workers, hipsters and hedonists from all walks of life. Enter the Englischer Garten at Thieme­straße and Königinstraße, then head ahead slightly to your left.

Englischer Garten, Schwabing
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FOOTBALL

YOGA

The Jivamukti Clan has an internationally renowned yoga center right around the corner. Check their time-table for a bunch of classes including “basic”, “open”, “spiritual warrior”, “music / rhythm” and even “kids” as well as regular sessions with high-profile teachers from out of town.

Buttermelcherstraße 15, Glockenbach, jivamukti.de
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Yoga am Engel (new!):
Prinzregentenstrasse 78a, engel.yoga/preise.html
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YOGA

BOX

Nick Trachte’s gritty Boxwerk gym (Maxvorstadt) is a throbbing testament to his full-throttle passion for boxing culture. Open daily except Sundays – check online for open classes, private lessons and workouts. Not quite as deep-diving but always a good time are the circuit workout sessions by our good friends from Time To Shine. Lenz, Desi and co. will make you sweat like the C&C Music Factory (wink wink) – and make sure the hour is over before you know it. Watch out, TTS tend to switch locations every couple of months (which keeps things hype), so make sure to check their website. Good peoples! Also peep Mariposa Boxing Club by Timmy – the dude behind BRRRP! We have not been to his new gym but word on the street is: it’s all that and then some.

Schwindstraße 5, Maxvorstadt, timetoshine.cc, boxwerk.org, bcmariposa.com
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BOX

BIKE

The famous Isar-Trail offers quality mountain-biking in the city and starts just south of the Glockenbach district, near Hellabrunn Zoo on the Isar river’s East banks. If you like it more casual make your way along the river into the Englischer Garten, where the northern part has some especially scenic routes in store. Have you seen our Di Blasi bikes? Yeah ok, so they look a little weird. But these bikes (originally constructed to fit on the back of yachts for easy get-around the harbour) are so practical to navigate urban spaces that you’ll want to adopt them. Ask our front desk for free rentals pending availability.

Follow the bike trail (southern direction) next to the Isar river at Hellabrunn Zoo, Tierparkstraße 30.

BIKE

SURF

In Munich, the Eisbach and it’s river surfers are about as iconic as a cold glass of Weißbier under an old chestnut tree. But surfing this urban landmark is tricky, if you haven’t done it before. International pros regularly catch the shorter end of the stick when competing with the Eisbach’s locals, who are sometimes known to rudely defend their wave, if the spot gets too crowded. Quirin Rohleder, who partnered with us in creating one of the hotel’s rooms on the third floor, is the Eisbach’s inofficial kingpin. Make sure to watch the documentary “Keep Surfing” in which Quirin plays a leading part to learn more about Munich’s obsession with the notorious Eisbach wave, which (as you can imagine) was named after the river’s freezing cold temperature. And yes, they surf all-year round.

Prinzregentenstraße just east of Haus der Kunst, Keep Surfing Video
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SURF

Vielen Dank Für DEINE ANFRAGE!​

Wir melden uns so schnell wie möglich bei Dir.

Buchungsanfrage

Anzahl Personen

Bei Belegung ab 3 Personen kostet das Extrabett für Kinder €30 und für Erwachsene €50 pro Nacht.

Preis pro Zimmer, alle Zimmer mit Balkon, Bad mit Dusche und WC, Fön und Walachei Seife. Außerdem stehen nach Bedarf Strandtücher und eine Flushing Strandbag zur Verfügung.

Aufenthaltsdauer

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