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The German Hotel Classification with its five internationally recognised star categories was developed and introduced in 1996 by the industry association DEHOGA under the decisive initiative of Bavaria. In 2005, the quality system was extended to include the G classification for inns, guesthouses and guest houses; the stars of both classifications are valid for three years. The evaluations are carried out in the Free State by Bayern Tourist GmbH (BTG), a subsidiary of the Bavarian Hotel and Restaurant Association DEHOGA Bayern. It carries out an on-site inspection of all establishments to be classified. Following the example of the German Hotel Classification, the hotel associations of 14 other European countries have now introduced a harmonised European classification system. This provides guests with a reliable decision-making aid for the selection of hotels even across borders.

The new AWA Hotel in Munich has also been awarded 4 stars for German hotel qualification.

The star classification is an important orientation aid for guests when choosing a suitable accommodation. The number of stars is less important than the presence itself. Because every guest has a certain budget and expects an individual degree of comfort. The stars give the guest reliable information about equipment and food he can look forward to,

says DEHOGA Bavarian President Angela Inselkammer.


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