Aparthotel brand Locke has opened its largest property so far with the debut of WunderLocke in Munich.
The 360-apartment Wunderlocke is located in Munich’s Sendling neighbourhood and also features a co-working area, coffee shop, meeting spaces and outdoor heated pool.
The aparthotel offers a range of studios, plus one and two-bedroom apartments with special rates for weekly and monthly stays. The property wants to attract Munich’s “burgeoning undercurrent of artists, creatives and tech entrepreneurs”.
Wunderlocke will also be home to the Mural Farmhouse, which has been created by the founders of Michelin-starred restaurant Mural. It offers five food and beverage outlets across seven floors, including an all-day restaurant, fine dining chef’s table, wine and cocktail bar, plus a rooftop with views of the Bavarian Alps.
Eric Jafari, Locke’s chief development officer and creative director, said: “WunderLocke is our most boundary-breaking Locke to date, creating a destination in the heart of Munich where locals and travellers alike can immerse themselves in the creative sub-culture of the city.”
Locke is part of the serviced apartment group edyn, which raised £105 million in funding earlier this year to help pay for the continuing expansion of the aparthotel brand across Europe.