This classic luxury hotel is rich in history and surprisingly modern in style.
Dating back to 1876, Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof is among the city's most prominent defenders of grand tradition. At the same time, it embraces a modern design aesthetic with striking guest rooms and suites featuring clean lines and the rich use of contemporary fabrics and textures. It's no surprise that the hotel serves as an A-list playground, with a guest roster that has ranged from Queen Victoria to the Rolling Stones.
Technology-wise, this palatial property has always been on the cutting edge, from installing the city's first public phone in 1891 to being one of Germany's first hotels to offer Wi-Fi in 2002. Today, that Wi-Fi is free, and the 19 meeting and event rooms are well-equipped with LCD screens, video conferencing capabilities and a simultaneous translation booth. For French haute cuisine and an exceptional wine list of French and German labels, book a table at the Restaurant Français. The more casual Oscar's serves a regional menu, and in the summer months, both drinks and food may be enjoyed in the picturesque central courtyard.
The destination THE SPA in the Frankfurter Hof is a stunning retreat, boasting a Turkish bath, oriental Rassoul, exclusive sauna area for women and the decadent Day Spa Suite with a private sauna and bathing area.