The H4 Hotel München Messe.
Enjoy 4-star superior comfort and the typical Bavarian way of life
The H4 Hotel München Messe has 660 beds spread across 331 stylishly appointed rooms and suites. You can safely park your car in our 215-space parking garage (for a fee).
You can treat your tastebuds in one of our two restaurants and at the bar. Dinner is served until 22:30 in the ‘Gaumenfreund’. The menu includes grill specialities, home cooking and pasta and you can round off your evening with one of our fine desserts. The ‘Bayerischen Stube’ serves dishes typical to the region, such as ‘Schweinshax‘n’ (knuckle of pork) and ‘Brettljaus‘n’, which is similar to a Ploughman’s lunch.
Welcome to our H4 Hotel in Munich
Our hotel rooms
Room example of the Family room
- 25 - 30 m
- View of exhibition centre, Konrad Zuse Platz, Wappenhalle and courtyard
- King or twin bed
- Air conditioning
- Writing desk
- WiFi inclusive
- 2 bottles of water
- Mini-bar inclusive
- Sky Sport
- Coffee / Espresso Machine
- Electric kettle with exclusive tea selection
- Bathrobe and slippers free of charge in room
- Access to the gym and spa area inclusive
- Shower and bathtub
- Vanity mirror
- Enzian Bath Amenities
Restaurant and hotel bar at the H4 Hotel München Messe
In "Gaumenfreund" you will be pampered from morning to night.You will be served with grill specialities, home made cooking and pasta dishes. The ‘Bayerische Stube’ is the place to go for typical regional fare: snack time here also means beer time - served in a German stein glass. The seasonal cuisine changes on a weekly basis and offers Bavarian classics such as Schweinshax‘n with dark beer sauce (knuckle of pork) or Pretzel dumplings with Schwammerl mushroom ragout. And to aid digestion: we suggest an apricot, wild raspberry or hazelnut brandy, which are still made in the traditional way in a wooden barrel.
Opening hours breakfast:
Monday to Friday: 6.30 - 10.30
Weekend and holidays: 7.00 - 11.00
At the heart of the H4 Hotel München Messe is the ‘XanderBar’ which is open from 08:00 until 01:00, offering drinks, food and a place to socialise. Why not enjoy a long drink, cocktail, wine or champagne? Happy hour is every day between 17:00 and 18:00 when you will receive two drinks for the price of one. There are also burgers, currywurst, chili con carne and other snacks for those who are feeling a little peckish.» Continue to gastronomy
Spa and fitness area at the H4 Hotel München Messe
Enjoy & Relax - Wellness in Munich
Pure relaxation during your stay
When you book in advance using our hotline (+49) 30 - 220 121 56), we can offer you an appointment for a massage between 8.00 and 22.00. For appointments on site, our therapists are available on call. We recommend you book your appointment 2 hours before it is due to start.
As well as massages, Spa also features a bio-sauna, a Finnish sauna, a quiet room and a roof terrace with comfortable loungers where you can relax.
If you want to continue with your fitness regime on your business trip or getaway, the fitness room is available for use between 06:30 and 22:00. The fitness and spa area can be used for free by guests aged 16 years and above.
Conferences at the H4 Hotel München Messe
Enjoy conferences and celebrations at the highest level
Handily located in the vicinity of the trade fair centre, and with a total of 1,800 square metres of events space, the H4 Hotel München Messe offers the perfect setting for your event. Whether it’s a meeting, workshop, or congress - here, there are spaces to suit every occasion.
The 7 multi-functional meeting rooms at the H4 Hotel München Messe are simple yet elegant, decorated in warm colours and finished in natural wood. They are all equipped with air conditioning, state-of-the-art conference technology, and WiFi Internet access inclusive. Professional communications and presentation equipment, such as projectors and flipcharts, is provided. Writing materials and drinks are also included in the conference package.
Places of interest near the H4 Hotel München Messe
Viktualienmarkt food market
Since 1807, the Viktualienmarkt has been offering fresh regional produce daily (except Sundays and public holidays) and started selling delicacies back in the 1950s. There are fixed stalls as well as ‘flying’ stalls which are arranged around a beer garden. The area also features Munich’s central Maibaum tree and several fountains.
The Viktualienmarkt is located in the old town and can be reached by U- and S-Bahn from H4 Hotel München Messe within 30 minutes.
Bavarian State Opera
Munich’s first opera house was founded in 1657 thus making it the oldest in the German-speaking world. Today, it is one of the world’s most renowned opera houses. Every year, it holds almost 350 opera and Bavarian State Ballet events which attract around 600,000 visitors.
The most important venue is the National Theatre at Max-Joseph-Platz, which is reminiscent of a Greek temple. It can be reached by U-Bahn from theH4 Hotel München Messe in around 15 minutes.
Hofbräuhaus am Platzl brewery
The Hofbräuhaus am Platzl brewery has been producing its eponymous beer since 1607. Today, thousands of visitors from all over the world visit the impressive neo-Renaissance building, including beer garden, where they are waited upon by staff in period costume. There are typical Bavarian dishes, such as white sausages from the brewery’s very own butchery, which can all be washed down with Hofbräu beer.
Platzl is located in the old town. It can be reached from H4 Hotel München Messe within half an hour using the U- and S-Bahn.
The German Museum in Munich is the largest science and technology museum in the world. It exhibits around 28,000 artefacts, many of which can even be experienced hands-on. The museum’s stated purpose is to make natural sciences and technical knowledge understandable and to bring them to life for visitors.
The Deutsches Museum is located on Museum Island, a former gravel bar on the river Isar. It can be reached by U- and S-Bahn in around 30 minutes from H4 Hotel München Messe.
Nymphenburg PalaceSchloss Nymphenburg is one of the great royal castles of Europe. It was built at the behest of Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria in 1664 based on its Italian predecessors. The gardens were later transformed into an extensive landscaped park in the English style. Today, it is home to several museums, including the Porcelain Museum.
Nymphenburg Palace is located in the west of the city. It is best reached by car, which takes around 30 minutes from the H4 Hotel München Messe.