Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski MunichGermany
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich
Maximilianstrasse 17, 80539 Munich
Date of Creation
Belongs to Kempinski since 1970
Hotel General Manager
Mr. Holger Schroth
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich
History & Story
At the request of King Maximilian II from Bavaria, a hotel was built on his boulevard Maximilianstrasse known as the «most beautiful hotel in the city». Its proximity to the opera house and the Residenz more or less made it a court guest house. Even today, the luxurious 5-star hotel did not lose its special atmosphere, which combines the royal Bavarian tradition and modernity.
2018: Only 5* luxury hotel within this location with a new Smokers Lounge by Zechbauer
2018: Partly renovated and newly designed Deluxe Room, Grand Deluxe Room, Deluxe Junior Suite, Superior Suite, Maximilian Suite and Theresien Suite
2015: New Restaurant Schwarzreiter; New Tagesbar Schwarzreiter
2013: complete refurbishment of event area by Pierre Cour
Main Strengths, Special Touch
• Located in the heart of Munich – Maximilian street known as luxury shopping street
• Close to several sights and high-end fashion stores
• Kempinski The Spa with a beautiful view over Munich
•Vier Jahreszeiten suite collection including Munich’s most luxurious Suite, The Royal Ludwig Suite.
You will find Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich on an elegant boulevard in the very heart of Munich, conveniently located amid designer boutiques, art galleries and many attractions like the imposing Bavarian State Opera House.
Key sites/activities in the area
The city tour guides you through the most characteristic places and buildings of Munich, such as Schwabing, the Olympic site, the brewery district, the world-famous fashion mile “Maximilianstrasse”, the State Opera, Viktualienmarkt and others. Stops are made to visit the Castle of Nymphenburg and to see the “Glockenspiel” on the tower of the New City Hall.
Munich is world famous for the Oktoberfest festival, the largest festival worldwide. In 2017, 6.2 million visitors consumed 7.7 million gallons of beer.
One of several parks, the English Garden is larger than the Central Park in New York. The city is rich of history with lots of museums, of course the Lederhosen (leather shorts) and the savoury regional cuisine.
There is no childern’s corner at the hotel, but a lot of things to do for kids:
- The “Kindermuseum” (children museum)
- The “Equilaland” which is a horse park for children with a huge playground
- The “Airhop” trampoline park
- The “Therme Erding” spa & water park
Whether you are traveling on business or leisure, the 6-storey hotel offers 302 beautifully designed guest rooms and suites: each room is a luxurious retreat for discerning guests who appreciate individual style and outstanding service. Make your stay memorable, spend some nights in one of our exceptional rooms with modern luxurious furnishings and artfully decorated paintings from the collection of the “Pinakothek” Museum.
Restaurants & Bars
• Jahreszeiten Bar & Lobby
The Jahreszeiten Lobby is known as “the most beautiful living room of Munich“, where charming staff will welcome you. Unique and very impressive is the stained glass dome adorned with symbols of the four seasons in the middle of the lobby. This is the place where Munich’s citizens and people from all over the world meet and enjoy the specialties from the hotel’s very own patisserie. Chef Patissier Ian Baker and his team create true masterpieces. Classic treats such as éclairs, petit gateaux and tartes are newly interpreted with a modern twist, skilfully prepared by hand and presented in the display cabinets it the Jahreszeiten Lobby!
• Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant
Young Bavarian Cuisine awaits you in the Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant. Head Chef Maike Menzel and her team prepare delicious and surprising dishes – different to what we already know and expect.
We would like to inform you that Kempinski The Spa at Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich will be closed from 01 March to 22 April 2021 inclusive due to construction measures. Of course you will still be able to book treatments
and use the gym, which will be relocated to another room.
Kempinski The Spa
On the sixth floor, with breath-taking views over the rooftops of Munich Kempinski the Spa features a spacious pool area, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, sauna and sun terrace. Leave the stresses of the everyday world outside and embark on a journey of total wellbeing with a relaxing massage based on nature or a soothing beauty treatment. Indulge yourself and experience pure bliss.
Corporate & Celebration Events
The hotel offers twelve flexible function rooms for up to 500 guests and is an ideal venue for any type of corporate or private event. Whether you are planning a business conference or a gala night of glitz and glam, light flooded function rooms and a team of creative events experts will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. An array of culinary options, high-speed Internet W-LAN and experienced event coordinators will make your event a resounding success and a memorable experience.
Extra Notable Features
• Kitchen party at “Die Küche München”, the event kitchen of the hotel with an option to book cooking classes
• Vespas and bikes for rent to explore Munich
Hotel & Restaurants Awards
• Maître d’Hotel of the year, Andrej Grunert – Bertelsmann
• Hotel of the year – Busche Verlag
• Certified as a Top Employer Germany – awarded by CRF Institute
2013 – 2012
• Best Service Excellence & Europe’s Leading Grand Hotel – awarded by Senses
• Top 10 Hotels – awarded by Condè Nast Traveler, US
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