Rooms 116 /Architecture Norbert Grübel (Grübel Architekten) Nik Schweiger (3deluxe-Biorhythm) /Interior Design Rosen Architekten /The Original Alex Urseanu, Micky Rosen
Classic curves meet progressive design at Roomers, an ambitious venture in Germany's business capital of Frankfurt. With its gleaming glass facade set in specially glazed white concrete, Roomers offers a glossy snapshot into the city it inhabits: all timeless charm and modern architecture. Conceptualized by Grübel architects and designer Oana Rosen (known for her work at The Pure and Gerbermühle), Roomers is an elegantly futuristic six-story hotel full of electrifying design flourishes, such as an illuminated bubble-domed wellness center on the rooftop designed by 3deluxe-biorhythm. Once a staid office building, Roomers has morphed into the exact opposite: a cozy space full of swirling dark colors. Guests enter the lobby and are transported into a world of luxury.
FRA - Frankfurt International Airport
Food & Drink
Restaurant: international gourmet cuisine, Bar, Winter Garden
Spa & Recreation
Jacuzzi, Massage, Sauna, Fitness Center
Conference & Meetings
4 meeting rooms
Rooms & Suites
The interior design of the 116 guestrooms is both indulgent and minimalist—the two seemingly contradictory concepts meet here to superb effect. Dark natural stone, soothing steel, and soft ambient lighting create a cozy, seductive mood. From the Deluxe rooms onwards, a highlight is the open-plan bathtub set on a polished stone pedestal for the ultimate pampering experience. The spacious rooms and suites – from 24 to 70 square meters (258 to 753 square feet) – are equipped with flat-screen TVs and numerous Pay TV programs, music docking stations, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Most have spectacular views over the Frankfurt skyline.
For well over a decade, Micky Rosen and Alex Urseanu have set an aesthetic and entrepreneurial benchmark in their native Frankfurt, a city driven by finance and tradition. As pioneers in their hometown’s hospitality scene and partners since the early 2000s, they are known for transforming underused spaces into irresistible hotspots. A trained hotelier, Micky Rosen is also an astute gastronome and was voted one of the Influential People of the Year by Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung in 2006 and 2007. Prior to founding Gekko Management with Rosen, Alex Urseanu held positions at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel and Kempinski Gravenbruch in the Frankfurt area, as well as Sheraton in Tel Aviv.
Bahnhofsviertel—meaning Train Station Quarter—is one of Frankfurt’s liveliest neighborhoods due to its location between the Hauptbahnhof (which gives the area its name), and the Altstadt and Innenstadt—meaning Old Town and Inner City, respectively.