Designed by Chicago architect Helmut Jahn, the five-star Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich in Germany is set inside the Munich Airport, between Terminals One and Two. The hotel is 37 kilometers from downtown Munich and the Hofbrauhaus Brewery. The closest S-Bahn station to the hotel is Flughafen Munchen.
The Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich comprises four stories of steel and glass. The hotel is centered around a 1,400-square-meter glass atrium and gardens. The hotel offers coffee and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. The Charles Lindbergh Restaurant features themed buffets for breakfasts, lunches and dinners. An a la carte menu is available for lunches and dinners. Regional and international dishes at the hotel's Asian-influenced Safran Restaurant serves a la carte Thai and Mediterranean cuisine, with specialties such as crispy breast of duck on Thai vegetables and Spanish chorizo. In the atrium's Lobby Cafe, Italian coffee and light snacks are featured. Decorated with a black bar and red-leather seats, the Night Flight Bar serves drinks amid palm trees and ceiling light projections. The hotel offers a full-service fit and fly Spa. The business center amenities include 30 meeting and conference rooms. Wireless Internet access is offered in the Lobby Cafe.
The 343 guestrooms in the four-story Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich are decorated with light-wood paneling and shades of gold, red and brown fabrics. Curved desks, oversized armchairs, and adjustable reading lamps are available in all the rooms. High-speed wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Guestroom amenities include in-room safes, minibars and private bathrooms.