Review: Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski München, Munich, Germany

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The Vier Jahreszeiten was expanded from 180 to 340 rooms in time for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich and currently has 330 rooms and suites.  A €13.8 million ($15.1 million) renovation was undertaken a decade ago and additional sections of the hotel have undergone top-to-bottom renovations including where my room was located.

My Grand Deluxe room, completely redone from top to bottom with a mixture of dark and light woods, exuded warmth, from the parquet floors to the burgundy accents, to the oversized print of the city center on the wall.

Striking murals of the entire city center, the Altstadt, lined the hallways.

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Amenities in the room included a pantry area with a coffee maker and complimentary tea and coffee, an iron and ironing board, generous closet space, and two plush bathrobes with slippers in their pockets, as well as a sewing kit and shoe polishing kits.

As always, the bed proved to be exceptionally comfortable. A bit of jetlag might have contributed, but I fell asleep quickly and woke up refreshed and ready for the challenges of the day’s meetings.

The light marble bath area reflected the modern design of the bedroom, with a generously sized walk-in shower with rain showerhead and ample counter space for my toiletries.

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