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Munich citizens seem to have an everyday package for wellbeing. But what is the secret of locals living a relaxed and slower-paced life, despite the city being busy and crowded? To be honest, there is no secret, it’s an attitude.
The Müller’sche Volksbad is one of the most beautiful baths in Munich. Its history dates to 1901 when the engineer Karl Müller finished the building after a design from Carl Hocheder, then shared it with the public of Munich. He was influenced by different architectural styles like Roman Spa facilities, sacral Baroque buildings, hammans and mosques, and held them together by the period’s Art Nouveau elements. Located between river Isar and the district Au, the beautiful architecture fortunately wasn’t harmed during second world war so future generations have enjoyed the heritage of Mr. Müller. Two big pools, a Turkish steam bath, several relaxation areas and a sauna are all waiting to be discovered.
When it comes to luxury, delicacies and wellbeing in one place, Blue Spa of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof has to be mentioned. It’s not necessary to be a hotel guest as all treatments are open for visitors or travellers. A 1,300-square-metre and four-storey palace of wellbeing above Munich’s skyline leaves nothing to be desired. Forget stressful work, leave the exertions of everyday life behind – just relax and benefit from massages and the breathtaking view over Munich. The oasis of silence offers lots of rooms to rest and even beauty packages can be booked. After a day full of treatments and swimming, your batteries will certainly be recharged. A visit to the Blue Spa Bar and Lounge is highly recommended. Don’t miss the mouth-watering dishes like the Tri-tip of Nebraska beef on truffled savoy cabbage, potatoes and thyme jus being served alongside a wide section of drinks.
In former times, public baths were established for lower classes to have access to regular hygienic care. Nowadays, Munich offers a high density of public baths and spas for relaxation after a stressful day.
Beauty is for women. But is it? Barber House in Glockenbach has taken on the task to create a home for bearded men, who want to be treated like men (with beauty products). No need mentioning that all staff members themselves have beards, uniforms and are trained in a polite manner. Feels like being taken back to a barber shop in the 20’s. Their skillful work is a pleasure to see.
This is a man’s world. Hipsters, beard enthusiasts and businessmen are welcome to be treated with beauty products and shaved.
A restored homage to older days of bathing culture in Munich. Perfect for a day to relax or to swim some laps.
Luxury Spa at its best on the rooftop with breath-taking views and mouth-watering delicacies in the adjoined restaurant and terrace.