Vier Jahreszeiten Munich Hotel Unveils Royal Wing Suites

By Paul Riegler on 6 February 2019
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The Vier Jahreszeiten lobby

The Vier Jahreszeiten lobby

The Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich announced the opening of the Royal Wing on the top floor of the hotel.

The 6,028-square-foot (560-square-meter) Royal Wing, which occupies an entire floor of the hotel, features seven bedrooms, private terraces, a butler’s kitchen, and three living rooms. It is a private wing of the hotel and the various suites and rooms can be combined as needed.

The highlight of the Royal Wing is the 2,024-square-foot (188-square-meter) Maximilian Suite, which has a 430-square-foot (40-square-meter) private terrace, a full kitchen, a master bedroom with a walk-in dressing room, and a separate living room.

The terrace offers views of the city including Alter Peter (St. Peter’s Church), the Altes Rathaus and Neues Rathaus (old and new city halls), the Theatinerkirche, the Nationaltheater, and the Bayerische Staatskanzlei (Bavarian State Chancellery).

The 893-square-foot (83-square-meter) Executive Suite features a master bedroom and a separate living room, with a dining table, suitable for meetings.

The Royal Wing may be booked for €29,000 ($33,994) per night.  The Maximilian Suite separately costs €19,000 per night, and the Maximilian Suite together with the adjoining junior suite is available for €22,000 per night.

In addition to the Royal Wing, the Vier Jahreszeiten also offers three presidential suites.

The hotel opened its doors to guests in 1858 during the reign of Maximilian II, who built the hotel on the elegant boulevard that bears his name.

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