A 5-star luxury hotel in an impressive German castle with a golf course, spa, bar, and restaurant.
Set in a historic park in the picturesque town of Taunus in Kronberg, the Schlosshotel Kronberg – Hotel Frankfurt is one of the most impressive castle hotels in Germany. Blending 5-star luxury and old-world elegance, the castle hotel offers spectacular views and tranquil surroundings. While it is perfectly secluded in the countryside, the castle hotel is just a few minutes drive from Frankfurt, Mainz, and Wiesbaden. The Frankfurt Airport is just 22 km away, making it easily accessible for tourists and guests.
The historic charm of the castle is blended with contemporary updates. It is decorated with exclusive furnishings, vintage furniture, and an impressive collection of paintings and antiques. The 61 rooms and suites are decorated in warm colours and furnished with delicate fabrics. All these give the castle an authentic ambiance and welcoming atmosphere. Modern conveniences and amenities offered include a restaurant, a bar, a spa, and an 18-hole golf course. The castle also has meeting rooms and venues for weddings and events.
The hotel features an elegant and authentic castle design. The interiors and rooms are elegantly furnished with vintage furniture, paintings, antiques, and delicate fabrics. Its warm colours and elegant decor give it a welcoming ambiance.
The castle hotel offers three dining options. The Schloss Restaurant offers a fine dining experience in a stylish and elegant setting. For a more relaxed dining, the Victoria lounge is the perfect spot. In the evening, you can enjoy cocktail classics and whiskies.
The castle hotel is located in the historic Schlosshotel park in the picturesque town of Taunus in Kronberg. It is surrounded by tranquil landscapes. Despite its rural setting, the castle hotel is easily accessible from Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, and Mainz.
Superior Double Room
Superior King Room
Deluxe Double Room
Deluxe King Room
Deluxe Double Room with Balcony
Suite with Balcony
Deluxe King Suite
Kronberg im Taunus, Germany
A fine dining experience awaits you at the elegant Schloss Restaurant. The restaurant serves superb dishes, complemented with a fine list of wines. It is set in one of the most beautiful rooms in Hesse. A light gastronomic and comprehensive menu is offered at lunchtime. A more elegant dining is offered in the evening. The restaurant is open daily from 12:00 pm until late in the evening.
In the evening, the best spot to relax is the Jimmy’s Bar. It’s an ideal place to relax, unwind, and strike a conversation. The bar serves a choice of drinks, with 50 sorts of whisky, cocktail classics, and the bartender’s own creations. Live music is available as well, from Tuesday until Saturday. From Sunday to Wednesday, the bar is open from 6:00 pm to 12 midnight. From Thursday to Saturday, it is open until 2:00 am.
The hotel is the only golf resort in the region. The 18-hole golf course is set in the magnificent Schlosspark, designed in the style of a traditional English garden. It is surrounded with blooming plants and giant trees, with a view of the Frankfurt skyline. With wavy greens and water hazards, the golf course offers a challenge for every golfer of any skill level.
Get full relaxation and beauty treatment at the Beauty Cottage Spa. Their treatments are designed to make you feel refreshed and revitalized. Services offered include face treatments, body treatments, massages, and hairstyling.
Old Opera Frankfurt is one of the main architectural and cultural attractions in the city. Built in 1877, the opera house features performances by internally known orchestras, ensembles, soloists, and conductors. It also hosts international congresses, wonderful receptions, and glittering ball nights.
The Stadel Museum itself is a work of art. This popular fine arts and art history museum features a collection of about 2,700 paintings, 100,000 drawings and graphic reproductions, and 600 sculptures. The works on display are by old masters from the 19th and 20th century. There are also paintings and artworks by contemporary artists. Special and international exhibitions are also hosted here. There’s even a library that features journals and literature dedicated to art and history.
One of the iconic landmarks in Frankfurt is the Kaiserdom St. Bartholomaus. Technically, it’s not a cathedral but was nevertheless designated as an Imperial Cathedral. This is where ten monarchs were crowned as emperors. Aside from its historic significance, the building is also known for its unique architectural style, particular with reference to its imposing tower.