ASSISTANT HEAD CONCIERGE, VILLA KENNEDY
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Kick off your day with a dip in Villa Kennedy’s 50-foot pool, a good workout in the gym and a well-earned full breakfast in Restaurant Gusto’s sun-filled garden.
Start to explore the city with a short walk along the Main River to the Museum Embankment. Stop by at the Städel Museum and experience the marvelous selection of art on display there. Should there be a special exhibition then have your concierge organize VIP tickets.
Your first impression of Frankfurt’s culture scene starts with a visit to Old Sachsenhausen, a historic part of the city famous for its architecture that dates back to the 12th century and its bustling “Ebbelwoi Pubs”.
Not being far from the city center we suggest a little walk over the bridge which brings you to Römer Square with its old houses, Town Hall and Paulskirche (Paul’s Church). Here you will find several restaurants, but we recommend Zum Storch am Dom, a casual place with an excellent German kitchen and great service.
A visit to the Main Tower’s panoramic terrace will give you a brilliant view over Frankfurt. Being just a few steps away from Goethestrasse (Goethe Street), one of the best shopping areas in the city with numerous high-end boutiques and big labels, a visit to Main Tower is a must.
After returning to your hotel for a rest and perhaps a cocktail at the bar, have a limousine take you to Zenzakan restaurant, where you will experience excellent food in a very special atmosphere.
Up for a little boogie in style? Then don’t miss out on King Kamehameha Club with its stunning architecture and ambiance; a perfect way to end a beautiful day.
Taunusanlage 15, 60325
Cuisine: Contemporary colonial
Taunusanlage 15, 60325
Liebigstrasse 15, 60323
Frankfurt is a vibrant metropolis and the possibilities for shopping are endless. All the important international labels have their outlets in Frankfurt, from luxury articles such as perfumes and jewelry to fashion by some of the world’s top designers. In addition you can find handicrafts and pieces of art as well as original pieces from young designers – a huge variety of unique and fun items are also available from a range of small shops that have opened in Frankfurt over the last few years.
HIGH-END SHOPPING: GOETHESTRASSE
Goethestrasse is the Bond Street or Fifth Avenue of Frankfurt. One of Germany’s most prestigious shopping areas, the street is full to the brim with the most renowned labels and designer stores.
MYZEIL – THE NEW SHOPP ING-DIMENSION ON THE ZEIL
On eight floors, with spectacular light-flooded architecture, MyZeil combines familiar international labels and regional stores, bringing fashion, accessories, jewelry, shoes, handbags, restaurants and electronics all under one roof.