Wed, 25 July 2018

IHG Signs Kimpton Hotel in Frankfurt, Germany

IHG has signed a deal to expand its Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants brand in Europe with the first hotel in Germany, Kimpton Frankfurt, scheduled to open in 2023.

 Set in a listed building on Junghofstrasse in Frankfurtís city centre, the luxury boutique hotel will feature 155 rooms, two large meeting rooms and an onsite gym.

Kimpton Frankfurt. Click to enlarge.

 In addition to the hotelís signature restaurant, there are also plans for a sky-bar and restaurant on the roof terrace, where guests will be able to enjoy views of the city. The classic 1950s lobby will serve as the main entrance to the hotel.

Kimpton Frankfurt is part of one of Frankfurtís most pioneering development projects - FOUR Frankfurt, led by developer GroŖ & Partner. FOUR Frankfurt is an unique high-rise in the middle of the central banking district which features office, residential and retail space. The mixed-use project, which highlights innovative and sustainable design by UNStudio architects, will be home to 5,000 people for both business and residential purposes.

Kenneth Macpherson, CEO of Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa (EMEAA) at IHG, said, ďBeing one of Europeís largest financial hubs, Frankfurt is a key location for us and this signing is a great milestone in Kimptonís European expansion. Weíre proud to partner with GroŖ & Partner to bring the brand to Germany, where IHG is growing at pace. Guests staying at Kimpton Frankfurt can expect Kimptonís signature bold and playful design, luxury, personalised service and truly local feel.Ē

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