February 10, 2017
Frankfurt am Main. Regardless of whether a lavish celebration or a discrete business meeting is planned: The Grandhotel Hessischer Hof, which is centrally located in the city centre of Frankfurt am Main, is the city’s number one address for conventions, meetings and events in the metropolis on the River Main.
Thanks to ten event facilities with a highly individual design and capacity for up to 300 people, the five-star superior hotel offers suitable venues for large conventions and events as well as private celebrations. The Grandhotel Hessischer Hof is also a highly suitable location for business meetings involving smaller groups, providing an effective setting for each event. A competent banquet team provides advice with regard to planning and implementation of the event, thus guaranteeing the best quality standards. The palette ranges from flat rates for conferences involving concentrated work in a conference room to exclusive packages including culinary options for lunch and coffee breaks. Chef de cuisine Roland Fuessel and his team pamper guests with a highly varied range of gastronomic delights that can be selected individually.
The boardroom with a roof terrace and a view of the city is a perfect setting for very special events. The Landgrave Room offers capacity for a maximum of 30 guests while the large ballroom can be enlarged on request to ensure there is space for up to 300 people. The Mirror Room for up to 15 people is especially suitable for smaller receptions and events. All of the facilities have air conditioning as well as natural light and full black-out equipment. The tasteful furnishings including original pieces of art of historical importance from the House of Hesse; high-speed internet as well as conference technology equipment round off the exclusive amenities.
About the Grandhotel Hessischer Hof
The Grandhotel Hessischer Hof is a five-star superior hotel; it is located right across from the trade fair complex of Messe Frankfurt and the multi-purpose hall Festhalle, only a few minutes’ walk from Frankfurt’s city centre. The princely Grandhotel offers 121 exclusively furnished rooms and suites equipped with state-of-the-art technology as well as ten stylish event facilities. Today the Grandhotel Hessischer Hof as well as the historic Schlosshotel Kronberg and many other properties belong to the Hessische Hausstiftung. The Hessische Hausstiftung is a family foundation. It has devoted itself to the task of preserving the cultural assets of the Hessian dynasty of princes that have been collected in the course of eight centuries in the public interest.