Rocco Forte's Charles Hotel is the closest five-star, luxury property to the Oktoberfest festivities // (c) 2014 SanFanMedia / Flickr.com
Rocco Forte's Charles Hotel is the closest five-star, luxury property to the Oktoberfest festivities // (c) 2014 SanFanMedia / Flickr.com

A new package from Rocco Forte's Charles Hotel provides guests with a custom-made Dirndl from Sarah Tack of Dirndl Liebe. // (c) 2014 Dirndl LiebeTravelers ready to dive into a local experience can now look the part with a custom-made, traditional costume during Oktoberfest with the Charles Hotel in Munich.

In partnership with local costumer designer Sarah Tack of Dirndl Liebe Oktoberfest, Rocco Forte’s Charles Hotel, the closest property to Oktoberfest festivities, has launched Charles Hotel Oktoberfest Package.

Guests of the luxury, five-star property will receive a made-to-measure, traditional Dirndl dress (male outfits are also available), so they can dress to impress throughout the celebrations. Tack’s distinctive silk and lace Dirndl dresses are individually tailored and come with matching accessories, and retail from $800 to $3,300.

Guests will participate in a consultation and fitting upon arrival, and just two hours later they’ll be ready for their grand Oktoberfest appearance. The custom-made outfit will be waiting in their room, so they don’t have to wait for its arrival. Upon request, an optional hairdresser and make-up appointment can be booked at The Charles Hotel spa.

Rocco Forte's Charles Hotel is the closest five-star, luxury property to the Oktoberfest festivities // (c) 2014 SanFanMedia / Flickr.com
Rocco Forte’s Charles Hotel is the closest five-star, luxury property to the Oktoberfest festivities // (c) 2014 SanFanMedia / Flickr.com

The Charles Hotel will additionally be hosting Schuhplattler, a 19th century Bavarian folk dance in the Restaurant nexium over the counter Davvero, during Oktoberfest weekends. From 11am to 3pm, guests can enjoy this traditional dance performed by German men while enjoying a beer on the garden terrace.

The Charles Hotel Oktoberfest Package starts from $2,000 and includes:

  • One Dirndle from Dirndl Liebe
  • One night in a Classic Room for two
  • Morning breakfast
  • An optional Morning After spa remedy (foot/ neck massage, Hyaluron mask and a Bloody Mary cocktail), starting from $200

[box type=”shadow” align=”alignright” width=”25%” ]Heading to Munich?

A new service at Munich Airport now lets passengers and visitors surf the Internet free of charge for as long as they want. [/box]Located in the city’s old Botanical Gardens, the Charles Hotel provides guests a tranquil retreat located away from the bustle of the city. Designed by Olga Polizzi, 160-bedroom property was built from the ground up and opened to the public in October 2007. Named after Sir Rocco Forte’s father, Lord Charles Forte, the hotel is located near the city’s old town, Konigsplatz, offering easy access to superb shopping and dining opportunities. The hotel is home to an Italian restaurant with a terrace, two bars and a large spa facility.

The Charles Hotel
www.roccofortehotels.com

 

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