- Historic ‘Grande Dame’ hotel dating back to the 19th century. Located in the heart of the city, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich has welcomed guests since 1858. Originally built for King Maximilian II, the hotel’s décor features hints of its royal history.
- The hotel’s central location on Maximilianstrasse can’t be beat. The famed Bavarian State Opera House and the Bavarian State Ballet reside on the famous avenue, as do top end boutiques and restaurants.
- Though thoroughly modern in many ways, the original classic gothic architecture and furnishings in the lobby take you back to the traditional grand properties of yesteryear.
- The hotel offers 230 luxury rooms and 67 suites, all classically styled with contemporary touches.
- The Schwarzreiter Tagesbar and Michelin Star Schwarzreiter Restaurant have been fully renovated in 2019 to offer guests an improved dining experience.
- Guests can also indulge in our luxury day spa, featuring a range of relaxing beauty treatments, a swimming pool as well as a breathtaking view over the rooftops of Munich.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Munich’s best known Christmas Market, which reputedly dates from the 14th century, is held on the Marienplatz in the heart of the city centre each year. There are numerous other smaller markets to visit on the nearby streets and squares.
Neuschwanstein Castle was built in the late 19th century by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, at vast expense. The style and look of this extravagant castle have made it one of Germany’s most popular tourist attractions since it opened to the public in 1886.
Since 1858, guests from all over the world have enjoyed the royal lineage of this glamorous grand hotel, originally built for King Maximilian II. Located among luxurious shops in the most elegant part of the city, Munich’s popular sights and attractions are just a short stroll away. The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski is domiciled minutes from the State Opera and Hofbrauhaus; with the main square just further along. The 305 lavishly designed rooms and suites were carefully updated throughout the centuries, never losing their inimitable charm and rich history. Elaborate canvases adorn the walls and ceilings of the hotel’s guest rooms, suites and hallways. From the private collection of the royal Wittelsbach family, these works of art are displayed in Munich’s Old Pinakothek Museum and enlarged for the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten exclusively.
Rooms and suites feature warm colors and textures highlighted by natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Select suites located in the historic wing feature wood floors and classic historic elegance. Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant serves modern takes on Bavarian cuisine like wild herb salad, tartar of Bavarian ox, and grilled meats. Jahreszeiten Bar offers an international cocktail menu in an intimate setting. Head to the enchanted paradise of Kempinski The Spa on the top floor to take in the stunning city skyline views and state-of-the-art facilities. Guests can also indulge in our luxury day spa, featuring a range of relaxing beauty treatments, a swimming pool as well as a breathtaking view over the rooftops of Munich.
As well as 230 rooms, the hotel also has 67 suites, with every room not only including the usual TV and Hi-Fi options, but also iPads. The most well-heeled guests might choose the Presidential Suite or König-Ludwig-II Suite, measuring 130 square metres and 190 square metres of living space respectively, both with art works and refined décor.
Superior Single Room
When you are visiting Munich on business, it is important to have somewhere you can relax and unwind at the end of a busy day. Guests staying in our Business Single Room will be inspired by its simple, inspiring elegance. Why not book this room today?Please note the images shown on the website are examples. The style and features of the room may vary.
The bright, light-flooded Superior Rooms captivate guests with luxurious design and timeless elegance, making each room the perfect home away from home overlooking the innercourt yard. The warm colours and textures of the superior rooms create a city sanctuary where you are free to relax and unwind. Please note the images shown on the website are examples. The style of the room may vary.
Enjoy exquisite comfort in our spacious Deluxe Rooms located in the historical. With its tranquil view over the inner courtyard, comfy seating in a corner, as well as a spacious desk, this is the ideal category for business as well as leisure travellers. Please note the images shown on the website are examples. The style of the room may vary.
Grand Deluxe Room
Light, warm colours dominate your temporary home in Munich and create a snug atmosphere. The wooden floor adds to the warmth and cosiness of the Grand Deluxe Room. The wallpaper prints, with motives of Munich and impressive Bavarian landscapes, are typical of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten. When choosing the Grand Deluxe Room for your stay, your room will overlook the quiet side street.
Executive Deluxe Room
Stay in an Executive Deluxe Room in the heart of the city. A view over the Maximilianstraße, a warm colour scheme, design-rich interior as well as elegant fabrics are key to this room category. Opulent wallpapers display parts of impressive paintings with the originals hanging in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich. Please note the images shown on the website are examples. The style and features of the room may vary.
The Junior Suites are divided into a sleeping and living area using optical separations to turn this suite into a cosy heaven. These suites feature either carpet or wooden flooring, with a view over the inner courtyard, located in the historical part of the hotel. The suites’ generous bathrooms comprise of either a shower or bathtub.
Deluxe Junior Suite
With its spacious interior, the Deluxe Junior Suites with a view over the side street – some of them even overlooking the Maximilianstraße – make you feel at home.This suite category also features the signature wallpaper with historic scenes of Munich or old masterpieces from the Wittelsbach collection, which is displayed in the Alte Pinakothek.
Submerge yourself into a world that feels comfortable and homely. The separated living and sleeping area of the recently renovated Superior Suites offer all the amenities of a hotel suite. Take advantage of your living room for brief business meetings or to relax from the hustle and bustle of the Bavarian capital after a long day.
The elegant Executive Suites are all located in the historical wing of the hotel and feature a spacious living room and a separate master bedroom. In one of the most luxurious suites of the hotel, you are sure to feel at ease.Generous room to work, relax and play – booking an Executive Suite is just the beginning of a wonderful time in Munich.
Executive Two Bedroom Suite
For those who enjoy contemporary design and artistic flair, a stay in our Executive Two Bedroom Suite is a must. Designed by Philippe Starck, fall asleep in a creatively stimulating environment that is as comfortable as it is beautiful to look at. Take advantage of the two bedrooms available in the Executive Two Bedroom Suite for your next family vacation in Munich. A separate living room provides ample space to play or a comfortable evening en famille.Admire the city views, enjoy our entertainment centre or use the complimentary Wi-Fi to catch up with friends and family back home. Fancy eating dinner in the comfort of your own room.
In July 2017, the Theresien Suite, designed by Pierre Court Design New York, reopened. Staying in this magnificent suite in the heart of Munich is a very luxurious and personalised experience. A private sauna, elegant wine fridge, a humidor as well as an exquisite selection of antique furniture complement this 130 sqm suite.Are you expecting guests? Entertain them in the privacy of your own dining room in front of a backdrop of an oversized picture of a local landmark – the original of which can be found at Munich’s City Museum. Additionally, the living/dining area features an 85-inch flat screen TV and a bar.
Experience ultimate luxury and craftsmanship perfection in the newly designed Maximilian Suite. Star Designer Colin Finnegan (FG Stijl) combines exquisite materials with selected designer pieces.A magical place is the private roof top terrace of this 188 sqm Suite. Here you enjoy beautiful views from one of the highest points in Munich’s old town onto seven of the city’s most magnificent buildings. The view takes in the “Old Peter” Church, both the Old and New Town Halls as well as Church of Our Lady, the National Theatre, the Theatinerkirche and the Bavarian State Chancellery.The living and dining area of the suite is one of the most exclusive places in Munich to entertain your guests privately.
The arguably most exclusive suite in the city impresses with its elegant materials, exclusive interior, veal leather flooring and unrivalled ceiling art. Enjoy the most impressive view over the Maximilianstraße when you stay in a royal suite.The Ludwig Suite offers all amenities for a unique stay at the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Munich, spread out over 190sqm. Two spacious bedrooms, a dining and living room as well as a private kitchen are yours for the duration of your stay.Besides its own Jacuzzi, your bathroom also features a sauna to make it the perfect retreat for heavenly relaxation.
Experience Young Bavarian Cuisine, popular classics and modern interpretations from the era of gastronomy professional Alfred Walterspiel in the newly renovated surroundings of the bars and restaurants of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich. The Schwarzreiter Tagesbar and Michelin Star Schwarzreiter Restaurant have been fully renovated in 2019 to offer guests an improved dining experience.
Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant - 1 Michelin Star
Due to extensive face-lift, the Schwarzreiter Team awaits you since 7 January 2019 in the meeting venues Marstall of Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München Experience the Young Bavarian Cuisine by Executive Chef Maike Menzel and her team whether you choose the Schwarzreiter for a casual Business Lunch or a cocktail in the evening in our inhouse termporary home.
Kempinski Cigar Lounge By Zechbauer
The finest cigars meet the exclusive ambience of a British gentlemen’s club at the Kempinski Cigar Lounge by Zechbauer München. The perfect atmosphere to enjoy your cigar or cigarillo.A highlight of the Cigar Lounge are the 18 elegant, private humidors, where guests may store their valued cigars to preserve a perfect aroma, even when storing them for a longer time. To honour not only the traditions of the hotel but also the key theme of tobacco, interior architect Colin Finnegan has incorporated these key elements into the design. Thus, genuine Tabaco Leaf wall panelling and tables are featured in the Cigar Lounge. Let us take you on a journey back into royal times when entering the Cigar Lounge without giving up on the latest modern conveniences.
The “Jahreszeiten Bar” is a great place where you can expect delightful, tasty finger foods to indulge in, the soothing sounds of piano music and a fantastic array of delicious cocktail concoctions. Spend some precious, laid-back moments in front of a crackling fireplace and round off the evening in style.
Bright colours, comfy armchairs and an impressive copula incorporating the symbols of the four seasons – welcome to “Munich’s most beautiful living room”, the lobby of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich. 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 reinterpreted with a modern twist, skilfully prepared by hand and presented in the display cabinets at the Jahreszeiten Lobby!The lobby team along with Joël Belouet, a certified “Tea Master Gold”, is ready to advise you on the approximately 30 teas available – all of which have been tried and selected personally by the tea master directly with the producer on the tea plantation.
On the sixth floor, with breathtaking views over the rooftops of Munich Kempinski the Spa features a spacious pool area, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, sauna and steam bath. Leave the stresses of the everyday world outside and embark on a journey of total wellbeing with a relaxing massage based on nature and her ever-changing seasons or a soothing beauty treatment. Indulge yourself and experience pure bliss.
Our wellness sanctum includes a sauna, steam room and heated indoor pool (12.5m), so however you choose to spend your leisure time, we have something to suit.
Book a treatment or a spa package to experience the journey through the seasons and benefit from the healing power of nature. A visit to Kempinski The Spa will leave your body and mind energised and rejuvenated – pure luxury.
You’ll never walk alone: let us help you on your way towards better fitness, well-being and a healthier lifestyle.At Kempinski The Spa in Munich a great training atmosphere and top-of-the-line gym equipment await. Enjoy a workout that perfectly suits your needs – stunning rooftop views of Munich guaranteed.