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Explore The Cosmopolitan Metropolis Of Frankfurt And A Stay In Jumeirah Frankfurt

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Frankfurt is best known as Europe’s banking center and the seat of the European Central Bank and of course, the Euro. But this eclectic city is so much more than just another one-trick pony. This multicultural city is known as the Manhattan of Europe with a population of which 25% are expats giving the city its ultra-cosmopolitan vibe. It is the best of the old with heritage buildings dating back centuries as well as modern-day skyscrapers such as you’ll find in one of the city’s most fashionable addresses, the Jumeirah Frankfurt.

Frankfurt is a blend of the past, present, and future and the ideal location for the Jumeirah Frankfurt.  Frankfurt has storied landmarks, a rich culture built on hundreds of years of tradition as well as experiences, places, and expats who just arrived in the city weeks ago.   The Jumeriah Frankfurt is a recent and stunning addition to the Frankfurt skyline, rising 315 feet in an ultra-modern 28-story glass tower that makes a statement of its arrival.

It is the focal point of the MyZeil shopping center where the well-to-do come to shop at this Rodeo Drive-esque mall which is also one of the largest shopping centers in Germany. The style and architecture of the hotel continue to impress inside as well with sleek and jazzy décor and a full range of services and amenities suited for corporate tycoons and sophisticated leisure travelers.

Beyond its appeal as a business hub, Frankfurt is so much more. Set on the River Main, Frankfurt offers natural beauty along the waterway and stunning at any time of the year. In the warmer months, boating, jogging and just walks along the banks and riverside gardens make for a wonderful afternoon. Just across the river, there are treelined neighborhoods with museums and art galleries to explore. Close by the hotel are the Old Opera House, the Old Town, and Romer Square, the medieval center of the city. Visitors will love spending the day exploring the walking streets, shops, and outdoor cafes and bars. For those who only see Frankfurt as a banking city, they are sadly mistaken as it offers so much more beyond the vault.

As the sister hotel of the Burj al Arab, one of the most stunning hotels in the world, the Jumeirah hotel chain knows a thing or two about what it takes to create an haute hotel. For their first hotel in Europe, they have made a bold entrance with their dramatic asymmetrical tower that looms over the city. Indoors are just as sleek and oozes sophistication with stunning objects d’art as well as original sculptural paintings by German artist Hartwig Ebersbach that give each room style and panache.

Guests will find each of the spacious accommodations designed with modern and minimalist décor with floor-to-ceiling windows to allow for sweeping views over the city.   Bathrooms are awash with marble with tubs and mosaic rain showers.  Rooms feature cutting-edge technology including smart tablets to control the room or for room service, 4k televisions, and other desirable amenities such as a complimentary minibar.

Frankfurt is the home of an extensive offering of swanky bars and restaurants to please the most finicky palate. After a long day of exploring Frankfurt or business meetings, guests will opt for an aperitive accompanied by live jazz music at the hotel’s Ember Bar & Lounge.  Beyond cocktails, the gourmand will not want to go far as the Jumeirah Frankfurt offers several exceptional options.

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Max on One Grillroom offers a menu of top-notch steak, lamb, and fish charred to juicy perfection, as well as an extensive wine list. Through the glass windows, guests see the culinary team conduct a performance of gastronomy in a sea of smoke and steam to produce a delicious finale on each plate served.  Another must-have dining experience from the middle east is offered at their El Rayan restaurant with live belly dancing and evening entertainment. Guests will enjoy authentic Lebanese cuisine including hummus, falafel, Baba Ghanoush, and chargrilled meat skewers.

The Jumeirah group of hotels has a long-standing tradition of providing exceptional wellness experiences. The Jumeirah Frankfurt is no exception with an extensive offering of treatments. Facilities include five treatment rooms, saunas, and relaxation areas. Guests also have complimentary access to Fitness First and their extensive workout facilities and 80-foot pool.

Frankfurt is an ultra-cosmopolitan city that has been rightfully nicknamed the Manhattan of Europe. Beyond banking, it offers so much more to the sophisticated traveler from historical and cultural treasures to an eclectic culinary scene and world-class shopping. The Jumeirah Frankfurt is a chic urban retreat that offers the ideal base to explore all that this wonderful city has to offer.

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