JW Marriott arrives in Germany

JW Marriott, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s global portfolio of 30 hotel brands, has made its debut in Frankfurt, Germany with the opening of JW Marriott Hotel Frankfurt. Combining thoughtful interiors and fashionable state-of-the-art amenities, the hotel aims to create a serene retreat within the heart of the thriving metropolis…

guestroom at JW Marriott Frankfurt with views over the city and an ebersbach painting on the wall

With a transformative renovation being planned, the hotel will soon to be completed with the aim of bringing to life the JW Marriott brand’s serene sensibility in conjunction with modern technology catering to the sophisticated, mindful traveller. Located in the centre of Frankfurt, directly connected to the shopping area Zeil, the hotel will give guests an unbeatable location just steps away from the heart of the city.

“We are delighted to welcome JW Marriott Hotel Frankfurt to our growing portfolio of remarkable hotels,” said Candice D’Cruz, Vice President – Luxury Brands, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Marriott International, “JW Marriott offers guests service and experiences that are integral to today’s business and leisure travellers and this hotel will act as a retreat for those visiting this thriving destination.”

exterior facade of JW Marriott Frankfurt

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True to brand, JW Marriott Frankfurt proposes to combine purposeful design with extraordinary service and a commitment to holistic well-being, with each of the 219 guestrooms and suites featuring floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of the city skyline and River Main, giving guests a moment of reflection. Embracing local touches in the design, the group has enlisted Hartwig Ebersbach, one of the most famous painters in Germany, to create 230 paintings which are thoughtfully placed throughout the hotel. While the paintings are not for sale, guests can enjoy and appreciate the depictions and inspirations that Ebersbach gathered during his journeys around the globe.

The hotel will embrace the brand’s focus on authentic and sustainable dining experiences by introducing two new F&B offerings for guests. Located on the first floor, Max on One offers modern French cuisine with an Asian twist in a metropolitan atmosphere. Perfect for after dinner drinks, guests can enjoy Ember Bar & Lounge, a chic cocktail and champagne lounge with an extensive gin and wine list.

leather seating and wooden finishes in the bar at JW Marriott Frankfurt

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Furthering the brand’s commitment to nourishing the body as well as the spirit, JW Marriott Hotel Frankfurt produces its very own honey from a colony of bees that live on the hotel’s rooftop. The honey is served fresh from a honeycomb during breakfast while also being incorporated into delectable dishes served during lunch and dinner.

“We are excited to introduce the JW Marriott brand to Germany,” said David Salomon, General Manager, JW Marriott Frankfurt. “With its perfect location in the heart of Frankfurt, as well as extraordinary service and special finishing touches, JW Marriott Frankfurt brings excellence and redefined luxury to the city.”

luxurious tones of wood in the Spa area

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Designed with the guests’ well-being in mind, visitors are encouraged to take a moment for themselves to truly discover the experiences that will leave them feeling revitalised and refreshed both during and after their stay. The hotel’s fitness centre offers a variety of services including cardiovascular equipment and free weights. The Spa by JW offers a full range of amenities, including indulgent and calming treatments and access to the onsite indoor pool, spa and sauna. Guests can enjoy an experience that’s effortless, approachable, and intuitive and where spaces connect seamlessly, offering areas to relax in, with or without a treatment, as an individual or part of a group.

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