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Why book with us?
A few steps from Frankfurt's main train station and around the corner from the Roomers hotel, Roomers Loft is an urban oasis. Its 240 square meters of exquisitely appointed space is for guests who want five-star service in a single standalone suite. The Loft can easily shape-shift from an extended-stay apartment to a film set, a conference venue, or a romantic retreat. On request, it comes with services like a butler, a private shopper, a chef, a bartender, or anything else a discerning guest could want. Its two sumptuous, spacious bedrooms, a spa-like master bathroom poured in bespoke Italian concrete, carefully curated furnishings, generous living space, and an open chef's kitchen make Roomers Loft the ideal location for enjoying the spirit of Germany's financial capital. Looking to step out? There's access to the hotel's wonderful top-floor spa; plus, guests can even use the loft's Audi A8.
The interiors offer high comfort and a refined aesthetic. Clean and serene lines dominate, with lighting, furnishings, and materials that combine clarity of design with a distinctly sensual feel and a certain decadence. Tones throughout are predominantly muted and natural—think anthracite, ochre, exposed brick, and hardwood flooring— though the living room rug is a deep, warm bordeaux.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Micky Rosen & Alex Urseanu
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.