Luxurious new Royal Wing steals the show at Kempinski Munich [Video]

by | Feb 19, 2019 | Design

Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich brings regal luxury to guests with the launch of two heavenly suites

The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich celebrates its 160th year with the introduction of a luxurious new presidential suite, the Maximilian Suite, which, together with the Ludwig Suite, makes up the Royal Wing.

We take a look inside this complex of suites which are fit for royalty.

Bavarian opulence

The Bavarian capital has always had a sense of aristocracy surrounding it. From ornate buildings to a long history, Munich is a cradle of European luxury.

So it is perhaps no surprise then that joining its historic ranks is a collection of hotel suites that would make a king or queen swoon with pride.

The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich announced the opening of its Royal Wing to coincide with its 160th anniversary.

Their three luxurious suites can be combined to give guests a taste of what it must be like to exist at the highest echelons of society.

Decadence at its finest

The centrepiece of the new Royal Wing is the highly anticipated Maximilian Suite. Inspired by royalty yet perfect for anyone, this suite boasts a marriage of traditional and classic design with some feature pieces that are the height of contemporary luxury.

Renowned architect Colin Finnegan has combined world-class craftsmanship with sophistication and elegance in this suite, which is dripping with stunning details such as the exquisite woven wall hanging, captivating artworks, antique furniture and statement pieces.

The standout of the suite is the Stockinger safe, which occupies an alcove and keeps guests’ valuables more than safe, while allowing them to be displayed behind glass.

The suite is spread over a generous 188 square metres, and has its very own 40 square metres roof terrace from which the most famous sights of Munich can be observed.

The terrace sits at one of the highest points in the city, and so the view is unrivaled.

The Maximilian Suite can be combined with with two additional suites and a further four rooms to form the Royal Wing.

Check out this stunning video trailer giving a glimpse into the suites at Kempinski Munich:

 

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