116 rooms, including 11 suites
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Classic curves meet progressive design at Roomers, an ambitious new venture in Frankfurt, Germanys business capital. With its gleaming glass façade set in specially glazed white concrete, Hotel Roomers is a glossy snapshot into the city it inhabits: all timeless charm, clean lines and modern architecture.
Conceptualised by Grübel, an architectural firm best known for its sleek work with BMW, and Romanian designer Oana Rosen, Roomers is an elegantly futuristic five-storey hotel full of electrifying design flourishes, such as an illuminated bubble-domed wellness centre emblazoned with ivy etchings. Formerly a quaint office building, Roomers Frankfurt has now morphed into the exact opposite: a fresh, cosy space full of swirling dark colours interpreted in new ways.
Through its strategic use of bright colours and leather upholstery, the lobby now looks more like a posh Japanese club than what was once the entrance to a workplace.
The 112 guestrooms are decorated in the seemingly contradictory style of indulgent minimalism, but when these two concepts meet, the effect is superb. Continuing the modern theme are the four conference areas in Roomers illuminated top level. Kitted out with the chicest accoutrements, these luxurious business rooms can accommodate up to 80 people. Oana Rosen, who previously took Frankfurt by storm when she lent her creative hand to the ultramodern hotel The Pure, has created another conceptual yet wholly enjoyable hotel. Located just minutes away from the river Main, visitors would be hard pressed to find a better backdrop to relax and indulge in the city of Frankfurt.