JW Marriott enters Germany with Frankfurt hotel debut
Imagery courtesy of Marriott International.
JW Marriott Hotel Frankfurt is designed to provide an urban sanctuary that encourages guests to connect with their surroundings while revitalising mind, body and spirit.
The completion of a property-wide renovation will see the hotel pair a serene feel with state-of-the-art amenities, modern technology and local art.
Entry to Frankfurt
The newly opened JW Marriott Hotel Frankfurt is now hosting guests in a space that’s soon to benefit from the completion of a transformative renovation bringing the JW Marriott brand’s hospitality concept to life and turning the site into a serene retreat.
“With each new opening, JW Marriott brings with it a legacy of luxury hospitality combined with the brand’s foundation of holistic well-being,” said Bruce Rohr, global brand leader, JW Marriott.
“Travellers to the storied German city staying at JW Marriott Hotel Frankfurt will now have access to JW Marriott’s genuine service, comfortably modern design and of course guiding principles of a well-being lifestyle that can be seen and felt throughout the guest experience.”
David Salomon, general manager of JW Marriott Frankfurt, added: “We are excited to introduce the JW Marriott brand to Germany. With its perfect location in the heart of Frankfurt, as well as extraordinary service and special finishing touches, JW Marriott Frankfurt brings excellence and redefined luxury to the city.”
An urban retreat
The hotel is home to 219 guest rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows providing views over the skyline and River Main. The hotel commissioned one of the most famous painters in Germany, Hartwig Ebersbach, to create 230 paintings for the property.
During their stay, guests can dine at the first-floor restaurant Max on One offering modern French cuisine with an Asian twist and head to Ember Bar & Lounge for cocktails and champagne. The hotel produces its own honey from beehives on the rooftop.
Wellness facilities within the property include a fitness centre and The Spa by JW home to an indoor pool, spa and sauna. The overall hospitality experience is designed with guests’ well-being in mind.
The property is connected to the Zeil shopping area, moments from the heart of Frankfurt and a 15-minute drive from Frankfurt International Airport.
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