25HOURS HOTEL THE GOLDMAN
Hanauer Landstraße 127
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A repurposed hotel in Frankfurt’s bustling Ostend district, 25hours Hotel The Goldman applies the spatial principles of the best nightclubs to a hotel space. The public rooms’ layout prioritises flow in a multi-levelled, multifunctional context, while the 97 guestrooms epitomise an eclectic international chic in concept and furnishings.
The architectural firm bernjus.gisbertz has put a stunning new façade on an existing building, the old Henninger Hof. Behind the street entrance, guests enter a mix of hideaway and hotspot. Local Delphine Buhro and Michael Dreher have created an interconnected lobby, lounge, restaurant and bar, giving a feeling of transparency to the entire ground floor: A living room with its own private patio emphasizes the sense of free-flowing space.
The guestrooms at 25hours Hotel The Goldman are stacked on seven floors, each with its own colour scheme that dictates, among other things, carpet and wall coverings. Each room has a "godfather", a local notable, whose story is expressed by the room, giving a sense of Frankfurt’s cosmopolitan feel. All rooms display an exceptional mix of high quality design – lamps from Flos, furnishings by Swedish Snowcrash and fabrics by mfta and Romo – and individually picked vintage objects to provide a balance of timelessness and hipness – style with staying power.
Individuality asserts itself at every level, from the public to the private, in this new-wave take on increasingly buzz-worthy Frankfurt hospitality.