Published on : Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Very soon, the NH Hotel Group is hoping to open a new hotel in Europaviertel, Frankfurt, Germany. The Spanish based hotel chain company will launch the new nhow Frankfurt most probably at the beginning of 2021.
It would be 190 metres tall high-rise building called ‘One’ is part of a new generation of skyscrapers. Meurer Generalplaner, the chief architect and the brainchild of this extraordinary woven-structure façade. Though the greater part of the 49-storied building is occupied by offices, the lower 14 storeys will be the place where the nhow Frankfurt will put up.
There will be 375 design rooms in the future ‘four-star superior’ providing elite facilities, such as Nespresso machines, rain effect showers, and high-tech mattresses for an amazing night’s sleep. Besides, a conference area spread across more than 1,000-sq-mts, restaurant, bar and fitness areas, along with parking facilities in an adjacent underground car park will be there. The the open-air Skybar will be the main attraction of the One with its wrap-around terrace and exclusive panoramic view of Frankfurt and the Taunus mountains, which can also be seen from the nhow Frankfurt.
“The aim was, and had to be, that the overall concept and the character of the hotel were a good fit. With the nhow, this has been really successfully achieved. The nhow brand concept completes our vision of One as an innovative building with contemporary mix of office space and multiple-use space”, said Frank Nickel, the CEO of CA Immobilien Anlagen AG.
“The nhow Frankfurt will hold a really special position among the city’s hotels”, said Maarten Markus, NH Hotel Group’s managing director for Northern Europe.
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