The grand 19thcentury lobby is presided over by a gorgeous, meticulously restored stained glass dome.
Opened in 1858, the palatial Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München has played host to a number of celebrities and royals (King Maximilian II originally used it as a guesthouse). The lobby, presided over by a gorgeous, meticulously restored stained-glass dome, sets a grand tone that continues in the antique-filled public spaces and uniquely decorated guest rooms. Business and leisure travelers alike appreciate the central location, right on the Maximilianstrasse, the heart of the city's shopping and culinary scenes. The hotel's own VUE Maximilian restaurant is a popular spot for special-occasion meals, thanks to its elegant setting and innovative regional-inspired cuisine. In walking distance to the Bavarian Opera House, it's one of the most coveted tables during the annual Opera Festival.
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