From a family-owned hotel to a boutique hotel
The Mauritzhof hotel is located on the green promenade, one of the most famous locations in Munster, a city in Westphalia in northwestern Germany.
Originally it was a traditional family hotel from the 1950s. Stefan Reckhenrich, the forward-thinking owner inherited the hotel from his uncle. In 2016 the hotel reopened after 6 months of renovation work and was transformed into a cosmopolitan and luxurious boutique hotel. The Mauritzhof was redesigned by Kresings for its architecture, and by Lambs & Lions in collaboration with Kathrin Bade for the interior design. Two floors were added to the existing building.
The hotel has 52 rooms with a unique, elegant, and contemporary design. The rooms are furnished with herringbone parquet floors, high-quality bedding with feather mattresses, a timeless selection of Scandinavian furniture, artwork, glass chandeliers, and a soft, earthy color palette. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming. All rooms have a desk area and a balcony. On the top floor, the 52 m2 penthouse features a fireplace, a steam sauna, and a 10-meter long floor-to-ceiling glass facade offering a panoramic view. The bathrooms are fitted with either a shower or bathtub, floor heating, and Linari toiletry products.
Breakfast is served as a buffet with regional specialties and fresh organic products. On the first floor, the restaurant, with its bay windows, offers simple, refined dishes with a Mediterranean touch. The lounge bar, inspired by the 50’s, has an eclectic look, with a fireplace, a library, comfortable sofas, and Gubi velvet armchairs. The hotel also has a beautiful outdoor terrace. Bicycles are available to visit the city on wheels.
The Mauritzhof hotel is a perfect urban retreat.
We love Mauritzhof for:
Lounge lounge with fireplace
Double room from 120 € per night during low season.