Me and my girlfriend stayed in the Deluxe Room at the Jumeirah for one night. It was new years eve, and was our last night in Europe before heading back to the US. We normally stay in much smaller micro hotels because of the hospitality(along the same price lines as the Jumeirah). So at first I was a little hesitant to stay here, but it was only for one night. To my surprise the hospitality of this hotel was matched by all the micro hotels I have stayed at. I was thoroughly impressed by the staffs willingness to assist me in every way possible. The hotel was absolutely gorgeous. The room was pristine and clean. The over all ergonomic design of the room was beautiful. The higher up floors had wonderful views of the city. I really wish I would have had more time to spend in this hotel and Frankfurt. I would recommend this hotel to anyone. The price is a little more expensive than other hotels around it, but you definitely get what you pay for. I have stayed at many 5-star hotels and resorts, this was definitely a 5-star hotel!
Traveller from Fayetteville, AR
The Jumeirah Frankfurts architecturally innovative exterior and classic contemporary interior sets pace for a new luxury …More
Stayed here for one night before traveling elsewhere. Wouldn't recommend for a longer stay as there isn't much to do nearby and there isn't much in terms of food either. Hotel is close to a train station, around 10 minutes walk, but it is an old and rarely used station. Takes around 1 hour to get to the hotel from Frankfurt Airport on a good day.
Rooms are decent, big rooms. Not air conditioned so may be a bit hot in the summer, but otherwise generally new and clean furnishing.
The hotel is very clean. They have a cool concept for the rooms. It is within walking distance to the UBahn. We did not take breakfast as we considered 18 euro per person was expensive. We would definitely go back!
A restored medieval district located on the Main River's northern bank, Frankfurt's Old Town features gabled townhouses from the 15th century and the central Romerberg Square. The Romer, Frankfurt's historic town hall, continues to draw thousands for annual special events, as it has since the Middle Ages. The ancient Frankfurt Cathedral's gothic clock tower looms over the city's smallest district.