The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich is a beautiful hotel that is perfect for the business or leisure traveler. The hotel is six stories high and is filled with 297 spacious guest rooms and suites. Each one offers wonderful views of the city and return guests will quickly discover that no two rooms are designed or decorated the same. The only noticeable likeness is the artwork on the walls, which all comes from the Pinakothek Museum collection.
All guest rooms and suites have an entertainment system complete with a flat screened television, as well as an iPad and a desk. The WLAN is free, which is perfect for those guests who need to catch up on work or the latest in social media.
Guests can grab a cocktail or glass of wine in the hotel’s lobby and an English afternoon tea, as well as other beverages can be enjoyed in that space as well. The Jahreszeiten Bar is where most people will spend their time drinking though.
The Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant may be a new feature within this elegant hotel, as it opened in 2015, but it has quickly become a favorite amongst guests. Popular dishes include the venison, trout, and steak tartar, but it is the Bavarian crème brulee that is the most ordered dish on the menu.
Number of Bedrooms
- Fine Dining
- Pets Allowed
- Indoor Pool
- Spa Facilities
- Business Facilities
- Mountain Biking
- City Tours
Highlights & Reviews
- From its very inception, the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten was created to impress visitors on what has long been one of Europe’s most prestigious addresses: Maximilianstrasse is jam-packed with high-end boutique stores featuring the biggest names in fashion, plus plenty of local favourites. City centre Marienplatz is a six- or seven-minute walk, and the world-class Bavarian State Opera a few hundred metres away, on Maximilianstrasse.
- The hotel was built to manifest a sense of grandeur, something it quickly regained on rebuilding in the aftermath of major destruction during the Second World War. The architectural style still owes a great deal to its classicist-gothic origins, and the interior a combination of classical and modernity.
- The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten’s lobby is a delight, and it is here where many people come for a pre-show cocktail or wine. One of the biggest draws, however, is English afternoon tea, though all sorts of drinks (including Munich beers) and small meals can be enjoyed beneath the lobby’s superb Jugendstil-style glass ceiling. An alternative is the Jahreszeiten Bar, though for more substantial dining the Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant offers classy dining Bavaria style. This new restaurant, which faces on to Maximilianstrasse, opened in 2015 and offers a range of dishes. As well as the likes of trout and caviar, venison and pigeon, the menu includes classics with Bavarian twists such as steak tartar from Bavarian Ox and Bavarian crème brûlée.
- 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.
Hotel AddressHotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich
Munich, DE - 80539