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Combining the exuberance of Middle Eastern design with a distinct European flair, Jumeirah Frankfurt offers guests a state-of-the-art hospitality concept

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Whether it is meetings in Frankfurt’s business district, luxury shopping in Goethestrasse or a visit to the Old Town, Jumeirah Frankfurt is the ideal destination for a relaxed break in a luxurious atmosphere. It is the first property in Germany for the Dubai-based Jumeirah Group, which also signs for the famous Burj Al Arab. It is therefore not surprising that the Jumeirah Frankfurt also impresses with an exclusive design and elegant comfort throughout.

With a minimum size of 35 square metres, the modern, glazed tower has the largest average hotel room size in Frankfurt. The 218 rooms and suites extend from the sixth to the 25th floor and offer spectacular views of the silhouette of Frankfurt and the nearby Taunus. Guests in search of exclusivity will feel right at home in the select interior of the 215-square-metre Presidential Suite with its two bedrooms, dining room and sauna on the 24th floor.

Timeless design with historic references, this best describes the style of the Jumeirah Frankfurt. The theme of the rooms is inspired by the historical connection with the neighbouring Thurn und Taxis Palais, which has been hosting the headquarters of the Thurn und Taxis post for many years. Peter Silling incorporated numerous details evoking the ancient postal service, such as the elegant retro-style secretaries that shall encourage the revival of the beautiful tradition of the handwritten, personal letter. Many rooms feature an open bathroom concept, providing generous spaces through a smooth transition to the living area. The highlight of each room is an original painting by acclaimed German artist Hartwig Ebersbach.

Standards are not only set by the design, but also the innovative equipment found at the Jumeirah Frankfurt. With its state-of-the-art equipment throughout the hotel, Jumeirah Frankfurt brings hotel technology to the next level. Instead of using conventional air-conditioning technology, the hotel features a hybrid room tempering system that utilises body heat detectors and motion sensors to regulate all in-room energy consumption efficiently and sustainably.

Lighting and climate control in rooms and suites can easily be controlled via a central touch panel. Business travellers, too, can look forward to state-of-the-art technology in the five conference rooms available on a total of 730sq m. A glamorous ballroom with a ceiling of sparkling crystals is perfect for opulent parties and glittering events.

Talise, Jumeirah’s signature spa, offers holistic rejuvenation and relaxation amidst completely tranquil settings. Boasting two saunas, dedicated relaxation areas and seven treatment rooms, guests can enjoy an extensive range of tailor-made experiences.

Jumeirah Frankfurt’s Talise has a European flavour and occupies 400sq m. The spa is designed to dispel the discomforts that so often accumulate after long haul flights and constant travelling, and to revive and energise after a round of long meetings. High-quality cosmetics and therapeutic products, the healing energy of water and the stimulating effects of the crystals all help to re-establish the inner balance of guests.

One of the main goals of Dagmar Woodward, General Manager of Jumeirah Frankfurt, is to turn the hotel into a gastronomical destination. Executive Chef Martin Steiner and his team are following this ambitious goal by enriching Frankfurt’s culinary scene thanks to the hotel’s signature restaurant, Max on One. Ember Lounge & Bar and French inspired café Le Petit Palais on the ground floor are also pleasant meeting places for guests and all those that appreciate unusual design and cosmopolitan flair. Another nice culinary touch is the hotel’s own bee colony located on the roof of the building. This produces delicious city honey, free from artificial additives, high above the roofs of Frankfurt.

For more information please visit: jumeirah.com/frankfurt; tel: +49 (0)69 297 237 0

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