The Grandhotel Hessischer Hof is a luxury retreat in historic Frankfurt. Owned by the noble and former ruling Landgrave and Prince of Hesse family foundations, the hotel marries a decadent past with modern must-haves.
The Grandhotel Hessischer Hof evokes the grandeur of a royal abode. The museum-quality artwork comes from German castles and its interiors are lined with precious paintings, antique furnishings, and plush fabrics.
Alongside its regal finery, modern touches ensure the utmost in comfort. Each traditional room is adorned with antiques from the Hessian House Foundation that preserves the centuries-old cultural heritage of the Hessian dynasty of princes. Pastel hues throughout the property provide a soft touch. Frankfurt’s banking district is visible from your room’s window.
For a quiet retreat, stay in a suite at Grandhotel Hessischer Hof. Natural daylight floods the Family Suite, ideal for families who want the comforts of home. Nintendo and Playstation gaming systems, coloring pencils, books, and board games ensure there is always something to do in your private space. The Presidential Suite offers even more exclusivity. Take your separate elevator up to the top and live in the lap of luxury. Mirrored dressers, Murano chandeliers, elegant taps, golf leaf embellished upholstery, and Carrara marble enhances the suite. Escape to the rooftop for a view of Frankfurt you won’t soon forget.
Many travelers don’t associate Germany with decadent cuisine, but their culinary prowess cannot be understated. Dine on quality regional, Asian, and South American cuisine in Restaurant Sevres at Grandhotel Hessischer Hof . The restaurant team will be happy to suggest which of their 300 varieties of wine to pair with your meal. The restaurant’s walls are lined with illuminated cabinets filled with fine European porcelain. The ceilings are covered in crown molding, adding to Grandhotel Hessischer Hof’s historical ambiance.
Aged whisky, bubbly champagne, and cocktails are on tap at Jimmy’s Bar, a classic club with dimmed mood lighting, leather armchairs, dark wood panelling, and live piano music. It’s the oldest bar in town and attracts clientele from across Frankfurt. Take a seat in a cozy armchair or opt for a slice of cake with a cup of tea in the elegant Winter Garden.
There are many cultural attractions within walking distance of the Grandhotel Hessischer Hof. After you explore, spoil yourself with a massage and a facial in the spa.Request Information