Jumeirah Hotel Frankfurt // Main // Germany now open!

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    I have a reservation for November this is a welcome addition to the 5* hotels in Frankfurt.
     
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    Report back on MP about your experiences during your stay!:)
     
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    Jumeirah Frankfurt opens its doors:)


    This week saw the soft opening of Jumeirah Frankfurt, the first mainland European opening of the luxury hotel chain (the group has two existing properties in London).

    The 218-room hotel, which will officially open on September 1, 2011, is situated in the heart of the city centre, and is adjoined to the MyZeil shopping centre. Business Traveller visited the hotel last week for a pre-opening tour.
    “We are very excited that the hotel is finally opening,” said a spokesperson, “Jumeirah is new to Germany and we really have to prove ourselves. In the Middle East, people already know what Jumeirah stands for.

    “We had to consider what would translate Jumeirah into a European market. If you look at Jumeirah Frankfurt, it’s luxurious, we use high quality materials, and we will give high quality service – but its style is not the same as other Jumeirah properties.”
    In the shiny new lobby of the Jumeirah, abstract artwork by Hartwich Ebersbach hangs on the walls - there are nearly 250 of his pieces throughout the hotel. The surfaces are black and white, and there is a contemporary, minimalist feel.

    A spiral of hanging crystals runs the length of the ceiling, accumulating in a chandelier spiral - a nod to Jumeirah’s trademark decadence, but presented in a (slightly) more subtle fashion.

    There is also strong focus on technology throughout the hotel. Touch panels summon lifts which take you directly to the floor you want, while rooms and suites have motion sensors that regulate the temperature of the room to suit you, as well as recognising if you’ve fallen asleep, and turn off the lights.

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    http://www.businesstraveller.com/news/jumeirah-frankfurt-opens-its-doors
     

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