Maximilianstrasse 17 80539 Munich − Germany
+49 89 2125 2799
Fax: +49 89 2125 2000
Luxury means different things to different people… for some luxury is having breakfast in bed; for others luxury is a day without their mobile phone! For us luxury means knowing your wishes before they are even mentioned… Our team is here for you - always.
We are delighted to tell you about our sophisticated butler service, our outstanding concierge team headed by Chef Concierge Andrea Busato, and even our popular Kempinski Flower Shop.
Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich is located on an elegant boulevard in the heart of Munich, conveniently located amid designer boutiques, Restaurants and Bars as well as the imposing Bavarian State Opera House.
Each room is a luxurious retreat for discerning guests who appreciate individual style and outstanding white-glove service.
The bright, light-flooded Superior Rooms captivate guests with luxurious design and timeless elegance. The work desk provides ample space to prepare for your next business appointment; warm colors and textures create a city sanctuary where you are free to relax and unwind.
Simple elegance and timeless interior – an ideal retreat for discerning business travellers.
Check in and feel at home immediately!
Enjoy exquisite comfort in our spacious Executive Rooms located in the historical wing! Light-flooded bathrooms and sumptuous furnishings distinguish the fine luxury of these rooms. Their charm will fascinate you.
Warm colours, design-oriented interior, exquisite fabrics & opulent paintings on the ceiling – these rooms feature a combination of modern & traditional elements. As soon as you enter this room you will be inspired!
Step into the past and be fascinated by one of our most luxurious junior suites! These traditional suites are all located in the original, historical wing and feature simple, elegant interiors.
Are you a design enthusiast and an art lover? These suites feature barock paintings on the ceilings and designer furniture combined with antiques. This is where cosmopolitans and connaisseurs both feel at home.
Simply breathtaking – our Superior Suites! Enter into a world that feels familiar immediately. Enjoy relaxation on the chaise longue, sweet dreams in stylish atmosphere... just feel at home.
The elegant Executive Suites are located in the original, historical wing and boast a spacious living room and a separate bedroom. Feel at home in one of the most luxurious suites in the hotel!
Enjoy Philippe Starck design, art on the ceiling and sophisticated interior! You would like more? Of course the direct view of Maximilianstrasse is also inclusive!
Our exclusive suites boast fine wood, sumptuous fabrics, harmonized colour schemes and an eye for detail. If you are looking for something special our Presidential Suite is the right choice.
Sumptuous materials and exclusive interior, calf leather flooring, art on the ceilings and a view of Maximilianstrasse – this is what you will find in Munichs most luxurious suite!
Every room and suite is equipped with a Flat-screen TV and a Working Desk.
The Bavarian State Opera is one of the world’s five leading opera houses and can proudly claim a history of over 350 years.
With over 300 performances a year, and attracting a total of approximately 600,000 visitors, the Bavarian State Opera, significantly contributes to Munich’s reputation as one of the world’s top metropolises in terms of art and culture. The company stages over 30 different operas from 5 centuries as well as ballet productions, concert performances and “Liederabend” recitals during a season. The Bavarian State Opera features one of the most diverse and impressive programs in the world, highlighted each year by the Munich Opera Festival.
With an auditorium that holds 2,101 people, the Bavarian State Opera is Germany’s largest opera house, and also considered to be one of the most beautiful opera houses in Europe. Guided tours take place almost daily.
The English Garden has been an oasis of peacefulness and quiet for Munich for over 200 years.
In the summer you can enjoy a cycle ride or a walk and then sit down in one of the beautiful beergardens. Two sights you must not miss are the Monopteros, from where you have a wonderful view of the city and its towers, and the Japanese tea house.
Originally a farmers' market, the Viktualienmarkt is now a popular place for gourmets to shop.
The wide and exclusive range of specialities gives this market its special atmosphere. Nowhere else in Munich, can gourmets find such a choice of fresh products from all over the world such as fruit, cheese, venison, poultry, spices and many others.
Marienplatz has always been Munich's central square.
Here you will find Munich's second landmark, the neo-Gothic new town hall with its elaborately decorated façade. The Glockenspiel (chimes) in the tower which plays every day is world-famous. Also located directly on Marienplatz are the Fischbrunnen (fish fountain) and Mariensäule (Mary's column).
The Residenz, where the Bavarian kings lived, shows as many as five different epochs in its architecture.
This huge building is one of the most impressive palaces in Europe.
Museums in Munich
Whether you prefer the Pinakotheken, Villa Stuck, Museum Brandhorst, Lenbachhaus, Valentin Musäum, Deutsches Museum or maybe the Jewish Museum...
Art, culture, nature and science are on show in an amazing array of various museums and exhibitions.
Designed and built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the Munich Olympic Park is a favorite leisure time destination for city dwellers located right in the center of the Bavarian capital.
The park boasts an indoor pool, ice skating center, the Olympiahalle concert hall as well as the soaring, mighty Olympic Tower, one of Munich’s most impressive landmarks offering majestic panoramic views of Munich and its environs.
The Allianz Arena is the home base of Munich’s two soccer clubs: FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München.
This gigantic venue can hold up to 69,901 people and is Germany’s third largest soccer stadium. Take a guided tour of the Allianz Arena and sneak a peek behind the scenes of Munich’s new temple of soccer.
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Directly situated in the city centre of Munich you can easily reach us by car, by taxi or by public transport. To get from the Airport you can take a taxi to the hotel, which takes about 45 minutes.
A9 - Nürnberg
At the end of the Autobahn follow the sign Mittlerer Ring Ost, drive through two tunnels and turn right at Tucher Park onto Ifflandstrasse. Follow this road all the way to the crossing with Maximilianstrasse. Turn right, the hotel will come up on your right hand side.
A8 - Salzburg
At junction München Süd follow the signs München-Ramersdorf. At the end of the Autobahn drive towards Stadtmitte (city centre). You will be directed onto Rosenheimer Strasse which you follow until Isartor. Here, turn right onto Altstadtring. After 500 meters turn left into Maximilianstrasse. The hotel will come up on your right hand side.
A8 - Augsburg / Stuttgart
Take the Autobahn to the end and follow the signs Stadtmitte (city centre). Drive straight on for about 20 minutes. (Verdistrasse - Amalienstrasse - Menzingerstrasse - Notburgastrasse - Arnulfstrasse). At Sonnenstrasse turn left and follow the Altstadtring until Maximilianstrasse. Turn right. You will see the hotel on your right hand side.