Designed by world famous architect Helmut Jahn, who also designed the Sony Center in Berlin and Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok, the The Kempinski Hotel Airport München. is one of the most modern airport hotels in the world, designed as a grand residence where high-tech and nature embrace - both inside and out. Guests will marvel at the glass-covered light flooded hotel atrium dotted with 18 meter high palm trees flown in from California which draws one’s view into the far distance, erasing spatial limits while green cubes and grown-over pyramid shapes continue the outer landscape surrounding the airport. The hotel prides itself on providing a special experience to guests who find themselves in need of short term accommodation in connection with meetings, an overnight, or before or after a trip. All 343 standard or superior rooms and 46 suites are equipped with air-conditioning, sound proofed windows, and the most modern amenities of the Kempinski hotel chain. Facilities include The Charles Lindbergh Restaurant and the Safran Restauarant offering regional, international, Mediterranean, and Thai cuisine, the Lobby Café Bar and Nightflight Bar, and the Fit & Fly SPA with a 17 meter indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam bath, gym, solarium, and massage and beauty treatments.
The swimming pool of the hotel will be renovated from 23 December until 28 December 2013. The fitness and sauna facilities are not affected and will be opened in normal hours.