Discover some hidden music history tales beyond these hotel walls.
In 2002, Britpop band Oasis ended up in jail after a fight in Bayerischer Hof. Reportedly, drunk brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher got into a fist fight with four other musicians and band members. As one of the guys crashed onto the table of a group of other hotel guests, the situation escalated. As a result, Liam lost two of his teeth and spent the rest of the night in jail with his brother. After paying a pretty high fine, they were allowed to leave. The Oasis concert in Hamburg the next day was cancelled due to this incident.
Right in front of the hotel, fans of Michael Jackson created a kind of monument for the King of Pop. As Michael repeatedly stayed in this hotel, fans remember this very place as his German place of residence.
In front of the hotel, fans of Michael Jackson created a monument for the King of Pop (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
As Michael Jackson repeatedly stayed in this hotel, fans remember this very place as his German place of residence (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
Michael Jackson monument Munich (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler )
Once with the world's highest Rock museum
LA-like star installation
Where Nirvana played their second Munich concert back in 1991
70s record studio with famous guests
The very last concert of Nirvana
Where Freddie Mercury celebrated his 40th birthday
Including a Parkway Drive album cover
Freddie Mercury was former guest in this gay bar
Gay spot frequently visited by Freddie Mercury
Arctic Monkeys video taken in subway station
Guess the Britpop album cover
The most popular Munich based Pop and Rock act
Munich Metalcore on headliner level
Heavy Psychedelic at its best
Experimental Gothic since 1992
The home of Bavarian Rock ’n’ Roll
Rock based in Germany, but connected world-wide
Characteristic and energetic southern Rock