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You book a room.
We plant a tree.
Every time.

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Improving the world
in your sleep?

What we can do to restore balance
between mankind and environment.

Seasonal Alternatives.
Guiltless Enjoyment.

Do we really need orange juice year-round
or can local fruits be an alternative?

Welcome to SOULMADE, a hotel made entirely of wood.

With SOULMADE we wanted to show that a different kind of business hotel is possible. For our guests as well as for the environment. A space where technology and inner peace are not at odds with one another, where sustainability does not imply sacrifice but rather an excitement for new alternatives.

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Living Space

Renewable and local materials converge with the latest technology. Surrounded by the calming scent of wood and equipped with a full kitchenette, you’ll instantly feel at home.

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Natural Environment

SOULMADE always attempts to create a natural environment. With the Living Room and work-area adjoined by our 1.000 sqm Pocket Park, you’re always only one step away from walking barefoot.

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Co-Working meets Co-Living meets Hotel.

By combining home-like apartments with full hotel services, premium amenities and co-working spaces, we are able to offer a more vibrant and more functional space that equally addresses both social and private needs.

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  • Serviced Apartments
  • Meeting Rooms
  • 1.500m2 Pocket Park
  • 300m2 Living Room
  • Vegan-Friendly
  • Local Grocery Store
  • Pavigym
  • Free Calls
  • Rental Bikes

Location

The SOULMADE’s location is in verdant Munich Garching, but you’re still able to reach anywhere in no time. Anyone who prefers a wide terrace to the hustle and bustle of the city will appreciate it, and is still able to be downtown in a few minutes.

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Events

For an overview of all upcoming events, talks and concerts, please visit us on facebook or follow us on Instagram!

Why We Care?

In order to protect the environment as our common living space, we want to oppose an unsustainable and affluent society with all our heart and show that sustainability does not have to be a sacrifice.

How we do that?