Hilton Worldwide to Reflag Munich Airport Hotel

By Kent Fremon on 28 February 2014
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The hotel's interior at night

The hotel’s interior at night

Hilton Worldwide announced on Friday an agreement with a subsidiary of Munich Airport to take over management of what is currently the Kempinski Munich Airport Hotel.  The 389-room hotel has a direct link to the main terminal building and will undergo significant renovations, and in 2017, construction to add an additional 160 rooms as well as meeting and event space will begin.

The current building has 389 guest rooms including 43 suites, spread across two five-story wings.  The property also currently has a large-scale indoor lobby area, spa facility, 56-foot (17-meter) pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam bath, fitness area, treatment rooms, and a pool bar.

The Hilton Munich Airport will be the company’s 17th hotel in Germany.  Once Hilton takes over management next year, it will have a Hilton-branded property at each of Europe’s seven busiest airports. Next year will also mark the opening of the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands, with direct access to the airport’s international terminal building.

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