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German Hospitality at its Best at Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch

By Victor Baker


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Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch

The hustle and bustle of Frankfurt is something that some travelers might appreciate, but not as a constant distraction; this is where the tranquility of Gravenbruch comes in, with the gorgeous Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch being the perfect place to rest your head and relax after a long day in Germany’s business heartland.

Nestled right in the outskirts of Frankfurt, in a peaceful lakeside setting, this luxurious hotel can be found in a 16th century manor that can be easily considered one of the area’s most notable properties. Although more than 300 years old, this charming place promises to deliver a thoroughly modern experience, thanks to recent renovation efforts.

Guest accommodations at Kempinski Gravenbruch range between spacious superior rooms and the lavish Presidential Suite, with each choice offering oak-wood flooring, stylish marble bathrooms and modern luxuries.

Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch

A holistic approach to wellness will most likely make any guest’s day, and that’s where the hotel’s wonderful fitness and spa facilities come in, including a large, heated outdoor pool that forms the centerpiece of the spa, while a team of professional therapists will spoil you with a wide range of specialized services in order to get your minds and bodies in tune with the vibrant energies of the universe.

Come dinner time, Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch will impress you with a delightful range of options courtesy of the Michelin-starred Sra Bua, where a menu designed by Juan Amador will make sure you will return again and again.

Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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