The original construction was built in 1968 and
occupied by Siemens until 2007.
The building has been stripped to the core and
is being redeveloped to a full-service upscale
hotel with a focus on long-stay guests. The hotel
contains about 360 units with a weighted average
room size of 33.1 sqm.
The ground floor footprint of the building is
1,907 sqm and the total gross floor area spread
over eight floors is 16,382 sqm with the their
heights of 3.5m on standard floors due to its former
use while the total building height is 29.8m.
Awarded with one of the most popular
green building certification programs
used worldwide, the M-Suites hotelproject
has been given the LEED Platinum
certification – the highest in its class.
To achieve this highly respected real estate
recognition, the hotel had to be built based
on sustainability, water and energy efficiency,
interior quality and comfort as well as based
on specific materials and resources.
Thanks to the building structure, most of the fully-equipped rooms will have a mezzanine level sleeping area and nearly 3m tall floor-to-ceiling windows, some of which will be facing the Alps.
The ground floor at the M-Suites hotel will comprise of the lobby and reception area, lounge, a flexible meeting space, fully equipped gym, a sauna, a restaurant as well as back-of-house space.
The Hotel’s restaurant is planned to occupy the space adjacent to the lobby and will serve breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. The area is to be fitted with flexible seating modules and will offer a convivial atmosphere throughout the day.
Guests may access and enjoy the attractively landscaped inner courtyard with a private swimming pool. The area will offer facilities such as a sun-bathing area and a permitted beer garden where visitors will be served breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea by a selected and experienced restaurateur.
The extensively landscaped rooftop garden and terrace of circa 800 square metres with a wooden deck is located on the eighth floor can be accessed by panorama elevator. The space will provide magnificent views over the city centre and the nearby German Alps and will be served by a bar.
163 parking spaces are available in the directly adjacent parking garage.