The Hilton Munich Airport (until 31 December 2014 Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich) is a hotel located on the grounds of Munich Airport, next to Terminal 2 and the Munich Airport Center business facility.
Following a construction period of 20 months, the hotel opened on 17 May 1994, two years after the airport went into operation. The architect of the hotel is German-born Helmut Jahn of the Chicago-based Murphy/Jahn Architectural Group. The hotel's grand plaza is a 24- metre high and 1400 square metre large atrium hall with a glass roof and decorated with palm trees (18 metres tall) from Florida. Green cubes and grown-over pyramid shapes continue the outer landscape surrounding the airport.
On 1 January 2015, the hotel has been taken over by Hilton Hotels & Resorts and will receive an extension building in the near future. While the existing building is used for the brand Hilton the extension will be a Hilton Garden Inn when completed.
I was there one month before renovation started. A god stay, a wide atrium, a relaxing room. Check out the photos.
Set between Munich Airport Terminals 1 and 2, this upscale hotel with a striking glass atrium is 12 km from Der Freisinger Dom, a romanesque basilica. The subdued soundproof rooms feature Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers, as well as minibars. Suites add Nespresso machines and living areas, and some have airport views. Room service is available 24 hours. There’s an airy restaurant with buffet dining, a sleek atrium bar and a lobby cafe. Other perks include a gym, and a spa area and an indoor pool and a sauna. Massages are available. There’s also a 24/7 business center and 30 meeting rooms.