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Jumeirah Frankfurt is a five-star hotel situated in the centre of Frankfurt, Germany. The hotel is located near to the shopping streets in the central business district.
It has been open to guests since August 2011, but the grand opening ceremony is scheduled to be held officially in September 2011.
Jumeirah Group, a Dubai-based hospitality group, are the operators of the hotel.
The five-star hotel is built over 22,000m² across 25 floors of the PalaisQuartier building.
PalaisQuartier is also comprised of the MyZeil shopping centre and Next tower office.
The PalaisQuartier project was developed by Meyer Bergmann and MAB Development Group.
Design of the German hotel
The hotel was designed by KSP Engel und Zimmermann. It’s a 96m-high building with 218 guest rooms and suites situated from the sixth to the 21st floor.
The reception is located on the ground floor, with bar and lounge on the first floor, conference and meeting area on second and third floors and hotel administration and staff rooms on the seventh floor. The underground car parking can be accessed via four elevators. Peter Schilling and Associates provided and designed the hotel interiors.
Accommodation of the Jumeirah Frankfurt
The 218 guestrooms offered by the hotel include 108 luxurious suites. The guest rooms are categorised into deluxe rooms measuring 35 to 40m² area, skyline deluxe rooms measuring 36 to 48m² and grand deluxe rooms measuring 44 to 54m².
The suites are categorised as junior suites, which measure 55 to 70m², skyline junior suites with 50m² to 60m², deluxe suites with 56m² to 68m², the senator suite with 115m² and the presidential suite measuring 220m².
The in-room amenities include a 42-in LCD TV, iPod docking station, complimentary broadband and wireless internet, coffee maker and original German artwork by Hartwig Ebersbach. The additional facilities in the presidential suite include a sauna and steam room in the master bathroom.
Talise spa and other hotel facilities
The Talise spa at the hotel features a wide variety of treatment and relaxing rooms with tailor-made cosmetic and therapeutic products. The hotel also features a fitness health club and a swimming pool.
Parking facilities include 1,396 parking spaces across four levels.
The hotel has two restaurants and a bar. Max on One restaurant is located on the first floor and was designed by Takashi Sugimoto, a Japanese designer. Chef Martin Steiner manages the restaurant, which offers a variety of regional German dishes.
Le Petit Palais restaurant will be located on the ground floor of the hotel. The restaurant will be opened in September 2011. It will offer light dishes, snacks and delicious desserts. Ember Lounge and Bar is located next to the lobby of the hotel. It offers a number of cocktail varieties.
Conference and Meeting Facilities
The event and meeting facilities are located on the second and third floors. The hotel provides 730m² of event space.
The Cristal Ballroom, which has a total space of 364m², can accommodate up to 100 people. Its ceiling is implanted with 105,000 crystals for illumination. The ballroom also features four additional function rooms and a wide pre-function area.
The largest meeting room at the hotel is 106m² in area.
The other three meeting rooms measure 40m² to 60m² in area. All the meeting rooms are provided with sophisticated audiovisual equipment and better lighting facilities. The hotel also has a business centre.
Contractors involved in the Jumeirah Frankfurt
The furnishings and equipment for the hotel were provided by Feuring Projektmanagement.
Jumeirah Group operates many world-class hotels and resorts across the world. It is a member of Dubai Holding. Jumeirah Frankfurt is the first Jumeirah-brand hotel in Europe. Jumeirah Group portfolio also includes global spa brand Talise.
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