The 25hours Hotel The Goldman makes a colourful statement that contrasts sharply with the samey look often favoured by hotels. This hotel in Frankfurt’s Ostend is made up of two parts with contrasting guest rooms. The 49 rooms in the western wing draw their inspiration from local personalities and present Frankfurt as an urban metropolis ruled by fate and a city worth living in. Meanwhile, the 48 hotel rooms in the eastern part of the building were inspired by both the architecture and the philosophy of the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
The 25hours Hotel Frankfurt The Goldman is located on Hanauer Landstraße in Frankfurt’s creative east end. Modern architecture carves out its place here alongside industrial memorials. Night owls encounter business travellers, big city adventurers meet urban pilgrims. Local legends and international celebrities, above all the famous director from the neighbourhood, Ardi Goldman, gives the splash of colour in the districts its multi-faceted personality. Under the direction of the Frankfurt-based artists Michael Dreher and Delphine Buhro, two worlds have been created with vastly differing lifestyles. The Western Sector is home to personalised, playful rooms with a romantic touch. The cool Eastern Sector oozes the raw charm of the UN Headquarters in New York. The Oost Bar can be a lounge, a bar, or a stage for local artists. At the Goldman Restaurant, stylish ambience meets an honest cuisine of the highest standard.