Frankfurt on the Main, the financial and commercial capital of Germany, located in the heart of Europe is the embodiment of the economic success of a country stigmatized by war. It’s the seat of numerous businesses, administrations and banks. Its many skyscrapers bear witness to a modern city resolutely anchored in the 21st century.
Almost totally destroyed by allied air raids on March 22nd, 1944, Frankfurt shows no signs of the extent of the damage caused by the war. The urban center, rebuilt in a totally contemporary style, is home to a multitude of cultural events which have given the city its reputation as the scientific and cultural city of the Hesse region, home of the ancient imperial city and land of coronations of kings and emperors of the Holy German Empire. The city therefore continues the long tradition of being a cultural hub as well as a city of fairs, the first dating back to the year 1240. Today, the Frankfurt Book Fair is a key event which attracts a great many international visitors.
Eclectic, retro, trendy
Since the 1990s, the Ostend quarter has undergone a residential renaissance. Thanks to real estate promoter Ardi Goldman this formerly condemned industrial zone is now home to a trendy area where designers, fashion experts, photographers, advertising agencies and recording studios have all set up shop. Goldman began with a run down condemned and deserted building and transformed it into a highly colorful boutique hotel with design and vintage accessories, as a tribute to pop culture, which is now named 25hours Hotel The Goldman.
Urinals in the form of mouths (a reference to the Rolling Stones logo), lampshades with leopard motifs, and customized wallpaper give the Hotel Goldman 25 Hours an aesthetic, retro, eclectic and above all joyous atmosphere. Inspired by the cosmopolitan ambience of the city of Frankfurt, decorators Delphine Burton and Michael Dreyer created a new wave, trendy hotel in the image of the transformed Ostend quarter.
Ardi Goldman and his three partners, Christoph Hoffmann, Kai Hollmann and Stephan Gerhard commissioned various artists and cinema decorators to create the interiors which are not inspired by the usual hotel decoration conventions, but by literature and pop culture.
Four stars / Member Design Hotels / Eclectic / Retro / Trendy / Professional & informal / Studio photos / Modest prices / Restaurant with Eurpoean & local cuisine / Lounge bar / Rooftop terrace / Multifunctional living room / Live music / Shopping
Open all year
Double occupancy from 166 euros
Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) - Frankfurt am Main
Hanauer Landstrasse 127
60314 Frankfurt am Main
Pas de décalage horaire
No time difference
Continental avec des étés chauds (surtout dans le sud) et des hivers assez rudes (surtout dans le nord)
Continental with warm summers (especially in the south) and fairly severe winters in the north
National ID card or valid passport
No visa required
French in large cities and at tourist sites
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).