22. Oktober 2021
The former cavalier house of famed Munich-based porcelain manufacturer Nymphenburg is a building with a very special history – and very exclusive lodging after two years of renovations. Visitors can book extended stays in the over 800 m2 guest house, which boast a stunning view of beautiful Nymphenburg Palace. Featuring luxurious decorations and furnishings, The Langham Nymphenburg Residence delivers the service and amenities of a luxury hotel with the comforts of a private home. A little piece of Japanese bathing culture has moved into the Bavarian building with the TOTO shower toilet, WASHLET™.
In addition to its exclusive location on Nymphenburg Palace’s circle, people who visit The Langham Nymphenburg Residence will enjoy an expansive space – with four bedrooms, three living rooms, a high-end kitchen, dining room, workout room, seven bathrooms and a home theatre. What really makes this luxury dwelling so unique besides its sheer size is the guest house’s extraordinary interior design. “Our guests enjoy a great deal of space, privacy and exclusivity in a beautiful, historic environment,” said Doris Greif, Managing Director & RVP Operations Europe & Middle East at Langham Hospitality Group, describing the special features of the Nymphenburg Residence. Munich-based architecture firm Mang Mauritz, responsible for realising the project. stressed that the guest house is also a “showcase for incorporating bespoke porcelain objects into interior design.” For over 250 years, Bavarian porcelain manufacturer Nymphenburg has impressed customers and enthusiasts alike with handcrafted plates and cups, as well as individually designed tiles, washbasins, lighting solutions and sculptures made of the “white gold.”
In this way, the guest house is a kind of stage for the porcelain objects and their intricate paintwork. They provide the inspiration for the different, often magical worlds hidden behind the inn’s many doors. For example, the blue and white decoration in the “Royal Bavarian Spa” features images of all Bavarian castles, and a children’s room is dedicated to the circus.
TOTO, one of the world’s leading sanitary ware companies, has an unwavering focus on people and their well-being. Established in Kitakyushu, Japan in 1917, TOTO has been developing, producing and marketing its comprehensive high-end bathroom concepts for the European market since 2009. The company aims to create a new attitude towards life through regeneration, comfort and hygiene, integrating technologies into their product designs in a smart, nearly invisible way. Japan’s leading manufacturer in the sector, TOTO offers a comprehensive range of products including ceramic sanitary ware, faucets and accessories. The company can now look back on over 40 years of developing and manufacturing WASHLET and has sold over 60 million units worldwide to date. TOTO supports the development of a fully emission-free society and is very committed to sustainability: By joining the RE100 initiative, TOTO Group will convert all of its facilities to power from sustainable energy sources by the year 2040. The company also received certification from the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBT) to reduce greenhouse gases in line with the Paris Agreement, and to systematically cut CO2 emissions further on this basis. TOTO employs 36,000 people world-wide.
Read more about TOTO online: gb.toto.com