Your safety is important to us!

Dear guests

We are pleased that you would like to spend your stay in Munich with us!
On this page we inform you about the latest news on COVID19.
This includes the current risk areas (and requirements for guests from these regions) as well as tips for your stay in Munich and our house.

Current risk areas & entry requirements

Info for guests from Germany

The following link will take you directly to the website of the Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care. There you will find, among other things, the current version of the Infection Protection Measures Ordinance:
https://www.stmgp.bayern.de/coronavirus/rechtsgrundlagen

In addition, the Bavarian State Ministry of Health and Care provides information on current regulations on the accommodation of guests from domestic corona hotspots.
The following link will take you to the latest publications:
https://www.verkuendung-bayern.de/baymbl/?ressort=12

Currently there is no accommodation ban in Bavaria.
Should this come into force again, we are not allowed to accommodate guests who arrive from a domestic risk area announced by the Bavarian State Ministry for Health and Care or who have their place of residence there, unless
– on presentation of a medical certificate or
– if there are valid reasons for travelling.

The following link also takes you to the COVID-19 dashboard of the Robert Kuch Institute:

RKI Covid-19-Dashboard
Current risk areas & entry requirements

Info for guests from abroad

The Robert Koch Institute, in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office, the BMG and the BMI, publishes an up-to-date list of all current risk areas on its website.

We kindly ask you to check before your stay with us whether your place of residence or current place of stay is listed as a risk area in this list or has been listed there within the last 14 days before arrival.

We are not permitted to accept guests arriving from or residing in any of the notified areas unless
– on presentation of a medical certificate, or
– if there are valid reasons for travelling.

More detailed information can be found on the Federal Government’s website under “Information for Travellers and Commuters”.

The following links will take you to the two pages:

RKI Website Website of the Federal Government
Tips for your stay

in Munich

On its website, the City of Munich lists current information on priority topics in the context of the coronavirus. This includes, in particular, the regulations on contact restrictions and mandatory masks.

We recommend that you read this page in order to be as well informed as possible in advance about your stay in Munich under the current regulations.

The following link will take you to the above-mentioned page:

Munich City Council

Tips for your stay at the MOMA1890

At the hotel, we have also dealt extensively with the current regulations and measures for the containment of the coronavirus. We kindly ask you to observe the following points when visiting our hotel:

Accommodation only of convalescents & vaccinated persons.

According to current legal requirements, all guests need proof that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have recovered in order to stay overnight.

Keep your distance, observe hygiene measures & FFP2 mask obligation

Please keep a sufficient distance to other travellers in public areas (at least 1.5 metres) and feel free to use our hygiene products (soaps, sprays). In addition, an FFP2 mask must be worn in the public areas. Masks can be purchased at the hotel.

For your safety

Extended hygiene concept

We are also doing our part and have added further Corona-specific measures to our proven cleaning and hygiene concept.
These include hourly cleaning of all contact surfaces such as door handles and lift buttons, even more frequent regular airing of all rooms, usage limits for the lift (only individually or with 1 relative) and room scrubbers in the public areas.

See you soon in Munich and at the MOMA1890!

Your Wolfgang Schlicht, Hotel Manager