Jumeirah Frankfurt

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Located in the heart of the city is our luxurious Jumeirah Frankfurt hotel, just a few steps away from the popular 'Zeil' shopping street and the financial district.

Enjoy a world-class stay in our sophisticated suites and lavish rooms. Make your trip memorable by indulging in our exotic cuisines at Max on One Grillroom and a Skyline Honey Massage at Talise Spa, while enjoying yourself at our splendid Crystal Ballroom.

 

 

Features at a Glance

  • 218 luxury rooms including 49 suites and three wheelchair friendly rooms
  • Signature restaurant Max on One Grillroom with international modern cuisine, Lebanese restaurant El Rayyan, Ember Bar and Lounge
  • Talise Spa with two saunas, relaxation areas and five treatment rooms
  • Complimentary access to the neighboring Fitness First Platinum Swim Club (No admission for guests younger than 18 years)
  • World Travel Awards 2017 - Germany's Leading Hotel, Winner

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As a guest at Jumeirah Frankfurt, our policies are designed to enhance your stay and ensure maximum comfort and convenience throughout. Please be aware of the following policies:

  • CHECK-IN: From 15:00
  • CHECK-OUT: Until 12:00 (late check-out available for Jumeirah Sirius members).
  • CHILDREN AND EXTRA BEDS: Children: 0 - 6 years are free of charge, 7 - 12 years will be charged EUR 40 per child and receive 50% discount at breakfast. From 13 years onwards will be charged as adults. Baby cots and extra beds are available from our Studio category onwards. The maximum age for baby cots is three years.
  • PETS: For more information please contact us directly.
  • SMOKING: Smoking in some rooms is permitted. Please request a smoking room at time of booking to ensure availability for your stay.
  • GUESTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS: We have a number of support services to assist guests with special needs. Please contact our Concierge for more details.
  • CREDIT CARDS: All major credit cards are accepted.

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  • Wanderlust

    A Neighbourhood Guide To Frankfurt

    Located in the heart of this surprisingly vibrant city, the Jumeirah Frankfurt is just a few minutes walk from the city’s main sights, including the ever popular Zeil shopping street. You may want to put your retail therapy on hold however and indulge in a spot of actual therapy at the Talise Spa. Or enjoy a glass of something light and refreshing at the Ember Bar and Lounge. If you want something more substantial, there’s a choice of two world-class restaurants: The Max On One Grillroom and El Rayaan, a Lebanese restaurant.

  • Business

    5 Things to Do in Frankfurt Between Meetings

    Looming over the banks of the River Main, Frankfurt was once a key stronghold of the Holy Roman Empire. Today it exists as one of the financial centres of the world, with a major airport, internationally renowned institutions (Goethe University), concert halls (Alte Oper), book and motor fairs, sleepy botanical gardens and a grand landscape of museums centred around the Museumsufer. Escape your meetings and drift into rivers of business tourists as they spill out from the high-powered Bankenviertel district (Germany’s answer to Manhattan, with ten of the country’s tallest skyscrapers) in search of traditional German experiences, foraging for churches, cobbled food districts, taverns stocking sweet Apfelwein and bustling trade fairs. Here’s our pick of five things to do in Frankfurt between meetings:

  • Wanderlust

    A Local’s Guide to Römerberg

    Römerberg: the pristine, historic main square of Frankfurt. Its half-timbered, fairytale buildings are filled with Disneyesque gaiety and ebullient charm, while its role in Frankfurt’s history has been pivotal. Exploring the square is taking a step back in time. Here’s how to enjoy the most intimate encounter with one of Europe’s most iconic squares.

  • Wanderlust

    Listener Frankfurt on Fashion and Design

    Located within easy reach of Jumeirah Frankfurt, Listener is a stylish concept store with its finger firmly on the pulse of Frankfurt fashion, culture and design. Fostering an exciting selection of up-and-coming and established designers, this is the place to come to discover the city’s dynamic creative scene. Here, we talk to Anna Pflaum, Creative Director at the Listener about the city, and why the store should be on every style-hunter’s itinerary.

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Wanderlust

A Neighbourhood Guide To Frankfurt

Located in the heart of this surprisingly vibrant city, the Jumeirah Frankfurt is just a few minutes walk from the city’s main sights, including the ever popular Zeil shopping street. You may want to put your retail therapy on hold however and indulge in a spot of actual therapy at the Talise Spa. Or enjoy a glass of something light and refreshing at the Ember Bar and Lounge. If you want something more substantial, there’s a choice of two world-class restaurants: The Max On One Grillroom and El Rayaan, a Lebanese restaurant.

Business

5 Things to Do in Frankfurt Between Meetings

Looming over the banks of the River Main, Frankfurt was once a key stronghold of the Holy Roman Empire. Today it exists as one of the financial centres of the world, with a major airport, internationally renowned institutions (Goethe University), concert halls (Alte Oper), book and motor fairs, sleepy botanical gardens and a grand landscape of museums centred around the Museumsufer. Escape your meetings and drift into rivers of business tourists as they spill out from the high-powered Bankenviertel district (Germany’s answer to Manhattan, with ten of the country’s tallest skyscrapers) in search of traditional German experiences, foraging for churches, cobbled food districts, taverns stocking sweet Apfelwein and bustling trade fairs. Here’s our pick of five things to do in Frankfurt between meetings:

Wanderlust

A Local’s Guide to Römerberg

Römerberg: the pristine, historic main square of Frankfurt. Its half-timbered, fairytale buildings are filled with Disneyesque gaiety and ebullient charm, while its role in Frankfurt’s history has been pivotal. Exploring the square is taking a step back in time. Here’s how to enjoy the most intimate encounter with one of Europe’s most iconic squares.

Wanderlust

Listener Frankfurt on Fashion and Design

Located within easy reach of Jumeirah Frankfurt, Listener is a stylish concept store with its finger firmly on the pulse of Frankfurt fashion, culture and design. Fostering an exciting selection of up-and-coming and established designers, this is the place to come to discover the city’s dynamic creative scene. Here, we talk to Anna Pflaum, Creative Director at the Listener about the city, and why the store should be on every style-hunter’s itinerary.

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