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Jumeirah Frankfurt, Germany

By Conde Nast Traveler Thursday, August 18 07:00 AM


We've come to expect a lot of innovation from luxury hoteliers Jumeirah--after all, these are the brains behind Dubai's sail-shaped Burj Al Arab and Shanghai's techno-Zen Himalayas Hotel. But at the new 218-room Jumeirah Frankfurt in Germany, the most impressive feature is taken from the oldest page in the book: location, location, location.

The 25-story glass tower anchors the PalaisQuartier complex, a new mixed-use development built around the 18th-century Thurn-und-Taxis-Palais. The financial district is within walking distance, the "Rodeo Drive" Goethestrasse next door, and the airport a 20-minute subway ride away. In other words: business or leisure, Jumeirah is the hub. And with interiors decked out with silk carpets, mosaic rain showers, and warm honey and walnut tones, plus high-tech gadgetry (body heat detectors and motion sensors regulate room temperature), it's a rather plush hub at that.

Photo: Courtesy of Jumeirah Frankfurt


Prices and other information were accurate at press time, but are subject to change. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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