A Perfect Blend of Royal Bavarian Tradition & Modernity: Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich

Besides being Munich’s most renowned high-end hotel, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski is the city’s greatest historic hotel. Originally built for King Maximilian II, the hotel’s décor features hints of its royal history. Even today, this 305-room, luxurious 5-star hotel did not lose its unique imperial charm, which combines the royal Bavarian tradition and modernity. The architectural style still owes a great deal to its classicist-gothic origins, and the interior a combination of classical and modernity. Here are a few reasons that makes this hotel a perfect venue to host your next meeting or event.

Prime Location

You will find Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich on an elegant boulevard in the very heart of Munich – Maximilianstrasse, fondly known as the luxury shopping street. One of the city’s most prestigious avenues, this street is a popular hub of premium designer boutiques, art galleries and many attractions like the imposing Bavarian State Opera House. The centrally located hotel can easily be reached by car, taxi or public transport and is just a 45-min drive away from the airport.

Ideal MICE Venue

Whether you are looking to host a conference, business meeting or a celebration, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich makes for an absolute venue. The hotel offers 12 functional rooms spread over 1,000 square meters. The five hi-tech conference rooms are just perfect for a small meeting of about 2 to 15 guests while the ballroom (Ballsaal Maximilian) can accommodate up to 500 attendees. Each room is equipped with the latest audio-visual technology to take your event to the next level and provide an unforgettable experience.

This year the hotel has added one additional smaller meeting room (Hofgarten VI) to its kitty which has about 35 square meters of area and can accommodate 15-25 guests. The hotel has also invested in refurbishing its infrastructure to refresh the looks of its ‘Hunters’ room and the adjoining ‘Nymphenburger Zimmer’ room, which is protected as a historic monument. A new presidential suite called “Maximilian Suite”, which offers the ultimate luxury experience to the VIPs has also been added to the top floor.

Delightful Gastronomy

Event attendees can savour the Michelin Star rated Young Bavarian Cuisine at the Schwarzreiter Bar & Restaurant. Guests can indulge in a casual business lunch or enjoy sipping fresh cocktails in the evening. The restaurant serves fine dining menu by the youngest Michelin-awarded chef in Germany Maike Menzel.

Jahreszeiten Lobby, another onsite eatery, is the lobby of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich. Also known as “Munich’s most beautiful living room”, this place is decorated with bright colours, comfy armchairs and an impressive copula symbolising the four seasons. Guests can indulge in classic treats such as éclairs, petit gateaux and tartes, reinterpreted with a modern twist and skilfully prepared by hand. Tea enthusiasts will appreciate the 30 different varieties of teas served with home-made scones, clotted with cream and strawberry jam.

Luxurious Services

To help release the tension and exhaustion, event attendees can visit the luxury spa at the hotel pamper themselves with a massage or a special Hydrafacial treatment. The hotel also has a fitness centre equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Guests may like to spend their leisure time at the hotels’ wellness sanctum that includes a sauna, a steam room and a heated indoor pool.

Value for Money Offers

To make your experience more remarkable and worthy, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich runs special offers to treat its’ guests with value for money propositions. Currently, the hotel is offering multiple offers for meeting planners, where they can win a complimentary 2-night stay along with a locally-themed culinary experience for their event. Get in touch with us, in case you need more information on the offers.

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Written by Ashima Jain

Ashima started her writing career with a startup magazine where she wrote content for all its digital channels. During her journalism days, she has contributed stories for some of the top media houses. She has over 3 years of experience in communications and public relations where she was heavily invested in writing digital content for technology brands. When she takes a break from writing, she loves dancing, listening to music and being a globetrotter.