Grandhotel Hessischer Hof - Hotel Frankfurt
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For five-star luxury with a taste of the Hesse region’s royal history, there’s the Grandhotel Hessischer Hof in the Westend district, a 13-minute walk from the Frankfurt Messe exhibition center. Owned by the Landgrave and Prince of Hesse family foundations, this luxury hotel was once the city residence of Prince Wolfgang of Hesse, and the 35 rooms and suites are packed full of royal antiques, with noble fabrics and carpets and historic art. The 29 executive junior suites, designed by a German Countess, are nearly 600 square feet and have luxurious accents such as marble bathrooms and dark granite countertops. If that’s not big enough for you, there’s always the Presidential Suite–it sits at nearly 2,000 square feet. The royal treatment continues in the spa, where you’ll find a steam room and sauna, Ayurvedic-style massages and medical treatments such as osteopathy or chiropractic services.
Time Out tip: You’ll find live piano music until 3am in the hotel’s cocktail bar, Jimmy’s Bar.