- Frankfurt am Main
- Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch
- No Smoking Rooms
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Car Parking
- Internet Access
The enchanting elegance of a country manor. The tranquil atmosphere of a green oasis on lakefront property, complimented with first-class health and fitness facilities. All this just minutes from Frankfurt's city centre, airport, and trade fair - could one ask for more than this? They think so! Allow them to surpass your every expectation.
2001 ausgezeichnet mit dem "Five Star Diamonds Award 2001" von der American Academy of Hospitality Science, AAHS.
New glamour at the renowned Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch
In the wooded lake and park-wings, the long and spacious halls are glittering with new splendour. Accenting the park-setting, a noble dark-green velvet wall drapery has been produced in Spain especially for the Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch Frankfurt. A feeling of floating on clouds enroute to your room is given by a soft-wool “Axminster” carpet, which has been woven and produced in Egypt, known for age-old high-quality weaving techniques. The comfortable and warm atmosphere is accentuated through an unique collection of paintings.
The 80 newly-renovated, invite you with soft earth tones, high-class designer furnishings and exclusive natural oak furniture. Furthermore, the warm and quiet “nature” atmosphere is enhanced through dimming lamps and lighting fixtures. Space, comfort and recreation are provided by the large-format, surround sound flat-screen television They have remained true to the country manor style and laid oiled, original Bavarian Oak wood plank floors in all of the renovated rooms. The modern bathrooms feature unique, decorator floor plates from Spain and wall plates from Italy, bordered with polished stainless steel highlights. Accentuating the spaciousness and brightness of the bathrooms is a 180o radius of mirrored-panels on the upper-half of the walls. After renovation of the floors & the walls and with new interieur the Forsthaus Restaurant presents itself in a modern & stylish atmosphere. All-in-all, the Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch has remained true to its’ heritage, combining the perfect mix of modern comforts and style in a tranquil nature-setting with a tradition of high-quality service.
The history of the Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch Frankfurt
The history of Gravenbruch - originally known as "Krayenbruch" - can be tracked down to the beginning fo the 15th century when it was first mentioned in 1401. In 1586 knight Sebastian of Heusenstamm built the "Gravenbrucher Hof" right in this place. Approximately 130 years later in 1720, as it was the custom during the age of baroque, a hunting mansion was added and a coat of arms over the passage of the nowadays inner court is still reminding of its former splendour. In 1885 the hunting mansion was enlarged and changed into the restaurant "Forsthaus Gravenbruch", which became a popular destination of the Frankfurt aristocracy during the turn of the century. In 1907 a ballroom was built, a few guest rooms and also an outside cafe right under the ancient trees of the park.
During a heavy bomb attack in 1943 almost all of the Gravenbruch mansion was destroyed. Already a few years after World War II the buildings were restored by Count Rudolf of Schonborn, whose family owned the hunting mansion and surrounding woods since 1661. The restaurant opened its doors again in 1953 and was extended once more at the end of the 50's. Right in the middle of the 60's they built up the new hotel wing in its own extensive park and in 1967 the first guests moved in. At this point of time the work on the lake and outdoor pool had started and also a few function rooms were built. Six years later an indoor pool was added to the leisure facilities.
In 1976 the Kempinski S.A. took over the leadership of the hotel. The official re-opening 1980 by the hessian secretary of industry and commerce has gone ahead an extensive renovation and expansion. The room number went up from 92 to 317 rooms & suites and 3 restaurants were built, also an extensive bar, a ballroom for up to 600 people, 9 conference rooms, 2 tennis courts, a heated outdoor pool and a large leisure and fitness area.
There were also a few more changes during the next twenty years. Some suites were rebuilt as conference rooms, so nowadays there are 20 conference rooms - all with daylight - and 285 rooms and suites available.
The Kempinski Hotel Gravenbruch Frankfurt, an international reknowned luxury hotel, is proud of its 400 year old history and its very own and special atmosphere which has always enchanted its guests.
Availability for: 1 Adults 05/08/2023 - 06/08/2023
No rooms found for selected dates and / or guest combination.