Luxury hotels in Frankfurt

Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof

The five star hotel Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof is situated just a few minutes’ walk away from the museum promenade, fashion boutiques on Goethestraße and the Alten Oper in an exclusive inner city location. The Michelin star and 17 Gault Millau points reflect the high quality of the hotel’s own restaurant, Français, which invites you to dine in style in a luxurious atmosphere. Other treats for the palate are offered to guests in the Japanese restaurant, in the restaurant café bar and in the exquisite breakfast restaurant with sun terrace. The modern cardio and fitness equipment in the GYM give you the best opportunity to enjoy a long workout. Guests can enjoy pure relaxation in the Skyline Wellness Club as well as the sauna and steam room covering an area of 1000 m².

Rocco Forte Villa Kennedy

In the centre of Frankfurt am Main, you will find the five star hotel Villa Kennedy. The district of Sachsenhausen with numerous bars and restaurants is right nearby. This is where you can discover Frankfurt’s nightlife. The charismatic hotel in the mansion quarter of Kennedyallee has good transport links. The central station and Frankfurt airport are just a few minutes away. The hotel is particularly well equipped for conferences and events and has a large ballroom. The villa with its own garden offers a retreat for guests. The large spa area ensures relaxation. Guests will find various pools, saunas and steam rooms in this oasis of tranquillity.

Hessischer Hof

The Hessischer Hof hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels in the metropolis of Frankfurt on the River Main. Rich in tradition, the hotel is located on the edge of Frankfurt’s west end and is therefore very central. The famous sights and the cultural highlights of the city are just a few minutes’ walk away. Guests can expect a very special experience in the hotel’s own restaurant Sèvres. Only the finest dishes are served in a uniquely luxurious atmosphere. The special feature of this restaurant is the furnishings: guests dine at exquisitely laid tables. The restaurant is named after Sèvres porcelain; a gift from Napoleon which is splendidly displayed in the restaurant, creating a wonderful atmosphere.