What We Love
- Central location near the train station and major tourist attractions
- Great for single professionals looking for a sophisticated night scene
- Edgy design includes silver headless-swan-shaped chairs and a mirrored reception desk in lobby
- Deluxe Rooms come with a Nintendo Wii
- No need to leave for a great meal; the hotel’s restaurant serves a lavish breakfast spread and gourmet lunches and dinners
What To Know
- Neighborhood around Central Station is seedy in parts, especially at night
- Staff is young and hip but sometimes inexperienced
- Back rooms don’t have great views; ask for one overlooking Gutleuterstrasse
- The hotel’s restaurant is pricey
- Rooms, with their palette of black and purple, are rather dark
- WiFi is free, but high-speed internet is an additional cost of $21 for 24 hours
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Roomers in Frankfurt (Bahnhofsviertel), you’ll be minutes from Liebieghaus and close to Staedel Museum. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Jewish Museum and English Theatre.
Make yourself at home in one of the 116 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and minibars. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Partially open bathrooms have rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including a spa tub, a sauna, and a fitness center. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access and a fireplace in the lobby.
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Frankfurt? This hotel has 1184 square feet (110 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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I have been to several Design Hotels before and they are known to be unique so I was looking forward to finding out what Roomers is special about. Well, at first glance you experience a burlesque elegance in semidarkness mainly with purple colors. The receptionist was super friendly and helpful. She explained everything about the facilities and the opening hours. The room was glowing in purple charm with some lighting elements. I really liked that the bathroom wasn’t completely separated. It was open but you could still have some privacy moving the sliding wall. The toilet was in a glass cabin so less privacy there though. The room was well equipped and cozy. Surprising objects all around the room that you don’t usually find in every hotel; playboy magazine next to the bed, two sided lollipop in the mini bar, sleeping mask with a sexually suggestive message, do not disturb sign saying: “sexy noises” etc. I liked the scent and the texture of the body nectar provided in the bathroom! The bed was just so comfortable that it felt like sleeping on clouds. The semidarkness created a nice ambiance in the room but I wished for more light when doing my make-up. The breakfast was stunning and the waiting staff was also very friendly and professional. We had a great stay in this hotel and spent and amazing weekend in Frankfurt! Thank you Roomers! You are out of the ordinary!
I usually stay at the Meridien, but wanted to try something new.
I’m a platinum member, and this was the worse service I have ever experienced as a loyal SPG/Marriott member.
The told me that they don’t recognize members as it is only a partnership, but I will get my points. There are no upgrades, late check out or any other platinum benefits available.
By mistake a booked a room with a single bed, and was told I couldn’t get another room. Went online on the app while I was talking to the front desk and booked a room again, and suddenly a room was a available.
The room was nice but a bit dated. They use very dark colors and the painting was peeling off in the corners etc. the air con was super noisy so had to turn it off.
The lobby smells of cigarettes because the smokers bar always has the door open.
Upside: besides my check in experience, the staff was nice. The gym and spa was decent.
Location: easy access to train station and city center.
Just back from a 3 night stay in Roomers. A very warm welcome from Carolin & lots of advice on what to do in the city. A good first impression. The hotel decor is dark but I liked it, my husband not so much.
Our biggest grievances were complimentary water only in the room on day 1... Seriously annoying especially as the room gets so hot at night.
The bar staff were aloof & unwelcoming and seemed to love themselves more than anything. Really believed their own hype. Actually felt uncomfortable there.
Our room was on the 1st floor and was noisy.. even though we were assured it wasn't and we had said we were happy to pay extra for a quieter room.
Stink of cigarette smoke as we exited our room early Sunday morning was so unpleasant.
Dinner in the restaurant was adequate not quite the quality of food we were hoping for but the service was good.
I don't think we would stay here again. It strikes me as somewhere that is just trying too hard to be hip. SOHO hotels ooze that naturally all the while making their guests feel warmly welcomed.
This isn's my first time at the Roomers hotel, but now I will quickly recommend it to you. The hotel is very close to Frankfurt central station, surrounded by office buildings and the not so nice Frankfurt central station disctrict. But once you enter the hotel, you are stepping into a different world and you let the reality behind you. Although a bit darky interieur, the staff is super friendly, proud to be here and knowledgable. The restaurant serves great food, the breakfast is stunning.
The gym is a bit small, but not cowded, when I used it late afternoon. There is also a romantic spa, I didn't used it though, so I cannot judge.
The rooms are stylish, yet dark again.
I need to mention the famous Roomers bar - which mirrors the hotel and is always packed with beautiful, self-made-famous and local people as well as business men enjoying the atmosphere with a last drink.
Roomers in Frankfurt is a really nice hotel. It has a cluby feel to it, a big double black door at the entrance, moody lighting and dark decoration throughout (at times too dark) give it a comfortable feel. The receptionists are great and very friendly. The bedrooms are very comfortable as is the bed. All good taste and I wish I had taken company to make the most of it. The restaurant and breakfast are awesome.