Roomers Hotel

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Once upon a time, the structure that now houses Frankfurt's Roomers hotel was home only to offices. When these closed, the building stood empty for a long time before architectural firm Grübel and Romanian designer Oana Rosen got their hands on it, transforming it into a sleek and imposing triumph of modern hotel design.


Roomers offers 106 rooms, 11 suites, a restaurant and a bar spread over five impeccably-designed stories. The hotel’s most stunning feature, however, is reserved for the top: a 600-square-metre roof encased in an illuminated dome made of glass set in specially-glazed white concrete. Inside this futuristic bubble, three fully-equipped conference rooms offer spectacular views over Frankfurt’s banking district below and the river Main nearby. And next to these luxurious business hubs sits hotel Roomers’ impressive Biorhythm fitness and wellness world, conceived by Wiesbaden design group 3deluxe. There, guests can relax or blow off steam after a day exploring the sites, shops and restaurants of Germany’s bustling business capital.

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Roomers Hotel
Gutleutstrasse 85
Frankfurt 60329
Germany

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