The Steigenberger Frankfurt Hof offers the ideal city centre location. The elegant shops on the Kaiserstrasse and Goethestrasse are literally on the doorstep. Some of the city’s sights like Goethehaus, Hauptwache, Alte Oper, Museum Embankment, Römerberg and the shopping precinct Zeil are all within walking distance of the hotel. Frankfurt’s Exhibition Grounds and the Congress Centre are also quickly reached.
The Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof is impressively housed in a magnificent listed sandstone building. Inside, however, guests enjoy every modern luxury in a stylish atmosphere. The 280 rooms have been painstakingly renovated, furnished and decorated in a variety of styles, and equipped with all the latest technical features: WIFI, personal voicemail, pay-TV featuring the latest films. The large selection of 41 elegant junior and themed suites is perfect for high-level delegations from the world of global politics, business and entertainment. The 380 m² luxury Presidential Suite has bullet-proof windows and is designed to the latest security standards. Room service is available day and night, but you can also book your very own personal butler, if required.
Reserved rooms are available from 2.00 p.m. on your day of arrival. Please feel welcome to use your room until 12.00 noon on your day of departure.
280 rooms and 41 suites
Special floor for non-smokers and special room for the disabled
4 restaurants in total, thereof 1 Gourmet restaurant awarded with 1 star at Guide Michelin and 18 points out of 20 at Gault Millau, 1 Bistro, 1 japanese restaurant, 1 bar, 1 summer terrace
Fitness & Wellness centre with: sauna, steam bath, solarium
18 conference rooms
24 hr room service
Laundry, valet and shoeshine service
Japanese guest relations
WiFi in all public areas
Combining remarkable skill with creativity, Chef Patrick Bittner has turned the Restaurant Français into one of the top gourmet locations in Frankfurt. In 2001 his creative cooking style earned him the title “Shooting Star of the Year”. Since then he has received numerous awards from Gault Millau and Michelin. But of course it is not only the food which is exquisite; the setting in which it is served is just as superb. Dine in a grand room with an open fire, finest French wall-coverings and 100 year-old oak parquet flooring, or in the conservatory – light and airy with its own summer terrace. Classical trompe-l’oeil paintings, furnishings and decor create a charming atmosphere à la française. A completely different world awaits you in the Iroha Japanese restaurant. Here you can savour Far Eastern delicacies at the sushi bar, at teppan-yaki tables or in separate washitsu cubicles.