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Current Information

Dear Guests,

We have summarized our new opening times according to the new requirements here below.
For further questions or concerns, please use the contact form below.

We very much look forward to welcoming you again at the Deutsche Eiche!

Your Deutsche Eiche Team 

Hours of operation at the hotel and accommodation requirements from May 21 until further notice:

Our reception is open daily between 7 am and midnight.
In the event of a late arrival or an emergency, please call our staff at +49 (0) 8923 11 66 83, they will be happy to assist you.


1. Guests must keep a safe distance of 1.5m from staff and other guests.

2. Guests over the age of 15 must wear a medical FFP2 mask. Children aged 6-14 are required to wear any kind of face covering. FFP2 masks are available for purchase at the reception (€1.50). Exempt from wearing a mask are:

  • guests while staying in their hotel room
  • children under the age of 6
  • persons who hold a certificate proving that they are exempt

3. Hotel guests over the age of 6 must show a negative Covid-19 test result. You are welcome to bring your own lateral flow test kit and do the test on site and under our supervision. Lateral flow test kits are available for purchase at the reception and they are priced at €7. Also, you can get tested in one of the nearby walk-through test centres. For more information, please visit https://www.testen-muenchen.de/ (German only). Alternatively, you can present one of the undermentioned documents:

  • certificate of vaccination (min. 14 days after the second dose), or
  • negative test result (negative PCR test or certified antigen test no older than 24 hours), or
  • medical certificate proving that you are fully recovered (min. 28 days and max. 6 months after testing positive)
  • combination of certificate for fully recovered (min. 28 days) and certificate of a single vaccination (min. 14 days after administering the vaccine)

4. Potential guests may not be accommodated if:

  • they test positive for coronavirus.
  • they have been in contact with a person diagnosed with Covid-19 within fourteen days prior to their arrival (medical and nursing staff are exempt, as long as they use PPE in their contact with patients).
  • they need to self-isolate or stay in quarantine (e.g. when returning from abroad), unless exempt. 
  • they cannot provide a negative Covid-19 test result.
  • they develop any symptoms that are a recent onset of any of the following: a new continuous cough, fever, acute respiratory problems of any degree.

5. Guests from abroad are required to adhere to the currently applicable regulations. You can find them on the website of the German Federal Foreign Officehttps://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/coronavirus/2317268

Please note that all hotel guests are legally obliged to comply with these instructions.

If you have been in contact with a Covid-19 positive person or develop any of the aforementioned symptoms, please inform us immediately. In such circumstances, we will issue a voucher with the full amount you paid if a free cancellation is no longer possible. This provision also applies if you are forced to depart earlier than planned due to rising weekly infection rates.

Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance. It is of utmost importance to us that you enjoy your stay with us, despite the unusual circumstances.

Hours of operations and admission requirements at the restaurant, street patio and rooftop terrace from June 7 until further notice:

Max 10 guests at a table from any number of households (fully recovered, fully vaccinated and children under 14 do not have to be counted). 



The restaurant and the street patio are open daily from 7 am until midnight (the patio closes at 11 pm already from Sunday to Thursday).

Breakfast is served from 7 am to 11.30 am and regular meals can be ordered from 11.30 am to 11 pm. 

You can order regular meals from our current menu also for takeaway (+49 (0)89 23 11 66 61). 
We would like to apologize for any waiting resulting from limited space capacities.

Book online (inside only) at www.opentable.de or call +49 (0) 89 23 11 66 61. 

Please wear an FFP2 mask while not sitting at the table designated for you.


There is bar service from the early afternoon until 9.30 pm (subject to weather conditions).
A message on our starting page informs you whether service is currently provided at the rooftop bar or not.
No reservations in advance; you can book a table on site only, concurrently with your rooftop visit. 
We would like to apologize for any waiting resulting from limited space capacities or admission control.

Please wear an FFP2 mask while not sitting at the table designated for you.

Hours of operation at the sauna and massage parlor from May 12:

OPENING HOURS (from June 9 until further notice)

Our Sauna is open daily from noon until midnight
(last admission at 10 pm)

Here you can find more information about our massage parlor.  

We would like to apologize for any waiting resulting from limited space capacities or admission control.



Following admission requirements apply:

An FFP2 medical mask must be worn at all times when you move around in the sauna, except in wet areas (showers, toilets, saunas, Jacuzzi).

In compliance with the Infection Protection Measures Ordinance, each guest must fill out a form, in order to facilitate the retroactive tracking of infection chains. Data are collected and processed in accordance with the valid regulations on data protection and deleted after the statutory retention period of 30 days. Upon request, data will be shared with the relevant health authorities only. Guests will be requested to consent to data processing and agree to comply with the hygiene regulations by signing the form.

Guests will be denied entry if they are unwilling to follow any of the aforementioned rules and procedures.



In the light of the current social distancing regulations, certain areas are not accessible, while some fixtures and fittings are out of use. These include certain loungers, chairs, showers and WCs.

The steam bath area is currently being operated without steam, i.e. as a sauna. In order to be able to practise social distancing, some areas are brightly illuminated and relevant signage is provided.