Jumeirah Opens Hotel in Germany

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Jumeirah has soft-opened its first hotel in continental Europe, the Jumeirah Frankfurt. The grand opening is scheduled for September

The five-star-hotel is located in the centre of Frankfurt at the Thurn-und-Taxis square, in close vicinity to the business district, opera and shopping streets.

Spread over 25 floors and enjoying views over the city, the 218 rooms and suites have a minimum size of 35 sqm, making them some of the largest rooms in Frankfurt.

Each room features an original artwork by German contemporary artist Hartwig Ebersbach.

The hotels signature restaurant, Max on One, is managed by Executive Chef Martin Steiner, previously of the Savoy Hotel in London and Hotel Adlon in Berlin.

The lobby bar stands near the chocolaterie on the ground floor which offers the finest French patisseries and specialist chocolate confections.

With its state-of-the-art equipment, Jumeirah Frankfurt brings in-room technology to the next level. Instead of the conventional air-conditioning technology, the hotel features a hybrid room tempering system using body heat detectors and motion sensors that are designed to regulate all in-room energy consumption efficiently and sustainably.

The 364 sqm ballroom can be divided into two smaller areas and offer stunning views of the Thurn-und-Taxis Palais. For functions and banquets, four meeting rooms accommodating between 30 and 100 persons are available.

Guests of Jumeirah Frankfurt also have access to Jumeirahs signature spa, Talise. Stand-alone bathtubs, tropical rain showers and zen-inspired relaxation areas add an Asian touch to the spa.

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