The Falkenstein Grand Kempinski Koenigstein Frankfurt offers guests a beautiful ambience, culinary delights, wellness and beauty treatments and exciting events. The unique charm of the Grand Hotel is an expression of the dedication to its guests. The five-star-hotel is located within a six-hectare large park in the quiet health resort Konigstein Taunus. However, Frankfurt’s international airport and city centre are only twenty minutes away. Hotel guests wake up in the midst of pure nature while enjoying a great view of the Frankfurt skyline.
112 spacious, individually styled rooms create an oasis of comfort and relaxation. There are 55 hotel rooms, 23 suites, and 34 apartments for extended stays. All rooms are decorated in warm shades of yellow and red, and convey timeless elegance. State-of-the-art technology like Wireless Lan, TV, and ISDN service make sure guests are catered to their every need.
Falkenstein Grand Kempinski Koenigstein Frankfurt is an ideal hotel for conferences and offers an exquisite setting for meetings, conventions and celebrations of every kind. Nine meeting rooms, from 45 to 298 square metres, are fully air-conditioned and equipped with modern technologies. The historic rooms were renovated according to original constructional drawings dating back to 1909. The rooms on the upper level can be connected or separated, depending on the size of the event. There is space for up to 200 people, making the hotel a perfect location for any social occasion, since it can be tailored according to individual tastes and needs. In addition to the elegant backdrop, a professional staff will ensure that all events run smoothly.
The spacious property is a popular place to mix and mingle. Every month, the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski Koenigstein Frankfurt puts together an exciting and diverse cultural program. Hotel guests as well as visitors from the area look forward to the different events, ranging from creative cooking classes to jazz nights and wine tastings.
Discover how diverse regional cuisine can be with one that not only focuses on the essentials but also embraces a broader horizon. In the inviting and comfortable atmosphere of the newly designed Landgut Falkenstein restaurant, Oliver Heberlein and his team will treat you to an array of fine dishes. While enjoying their meal, guests have a perfect view of the Frankfurt skyline from the ample patio. A perfect complement to the “Landgut”, the bistro Raffael’s offers light meals and a friendly staff. Raffael’s is an intriguing cross between bistro, bar, and lounge.
Even the water is special at the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski Koenigstein Frankfurt. The hotel’s own spring supplies the entire house with crystal clear water from the depths of the Taunus. Even the water for the hotel’s outdoor pool comes from the spring. It is heated to 29°C, so guests can enjoy the pool year-round. The hotel park and surrounding nature also offer countless opportunities for sports and relaxation.
Falkenstein, which is known as a spa because of its healthy climate, is ideal place to relax and recharge. The ASCARA Fitness & Spa Club offers a complete beauty, fitness, and health program. Guests will find everything their heart desires, from holistic treatments, massages, exclusive beauty treatments, to medical check-ups.
In the ASCARA Fitness & Spa, hotel guests will find an oasis of peace and quiet. The colours, sounds, and scents are calming and pleasing to the eye. In addition to the classic treatments, the centre offers individual consultations, classes and lectures.
UNESCO world heritage Limes
Explore the Limes border defence, a UNESCO world heritage site, and be at one with Roman history. The Limes is worldwide the longest historical monument after the Wall of China. Discover the border of one of the greatest empires ever and enjoy the breathtaking views.
Opel Zoo - fun and attractions for young and old
The Opel Zoo has around 1400 animals comprising of more than 200 different species. Founded in 1956 by the famous German car constructor Georg von Opel, the zoo signifies the diversity of the Taunus health resort region. Whether with your family, as a couple or by yourself, the Opel Zoo lets you discover natural history at close quarters.
Frankfurt Goethe Museum and Goethe House
The Frankfurt Goethe House, birthplace of Germany’s most famous author and poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, was built in typical 18th-century bourgeois style. It is decorated with period furniture and paintings, providing an authentic and striking impression of the environment in which Goethe spent his youth. Visit Goethe in Frankfurt ...
The Stadel Museum has gained international acclaim as one of the world's leading art museums. Its collections include renowned works of art ranging from the Middle Ages to the present day. The Stadel's outstanding artworks are supplemented by countless examples of graphical art and sculptures. The list of artists is like a who's who of the art world
Oper Frankfurt presents musical theatre of the highest calibre. Having been named the "Opera House of the Year" in 2003 by the magazine "Opernwelt", Oper Frankfurt had a similar honour bestowed upon it in 2004: a professional survey carried out by the magazine "Die Deutsche Buhne" placed Oper Frankfurt at the very top of Germany's opera houses.
Kinder- und Jugendtheater Frankfurt
The "Children's and Youth Theatre" was established well over 30 years ago. The very first play, performed back in 1969, was Wilhelm Hauff's "Der kleine Muck". The theatre has performed countless, fabulous fairy tales and children's stories since those early days. "Haensel and Gretel" was the big hit in 1970, followed by "Sleeping Beauty" in 1971.
Restaurant Landgut Falkenstein at the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski Koenigstein Frankfurt attracts connoisseurs with its classical yet contemporary design…. famous paintings, private dining areas and a beautiful fireplace set its unique mark. Furthermore, you will experience moments to remember on the breathtaking skyline terrace.
Raffael's Bistro · Bar · Lounge is an elegant combination of all three and inspires with its artistic, cosy atmosphere. Awarded as one of the top five whisky bars in Germany, here you find a selection of up to 100 single malts. In addition, the Raffael's suprises with an excellent cuisine, monthly jazz nights events and whisky dinners that make guests part of an individualistic yet familiar atmoshere.