We’ve always found traditional lobbies to be slightly too stuffy for us. Too cramped, too old fashioned. That’s why you’ll find a Living Room where the lobby normally would be. It serves as a friendly meeting place, a Living Room for our guests from Frankfurt and all over the world. Make new contacts and enjoy jazz evenings, DJ nights and living stage events. And you can also use our Living Room as a co-working space!
Unsere Lobby 2.0 – ein Ort zum wohlfühlen!
Feel right at home.
We asked ourselves what would happen if we simply omitted the classic hotel lobby. No reception desk, no columns, no vintage rooms full on nooks and crannies. Instead: just ROOM ‑ for what counts. Room for your arrival and first impression, room for encounters with our hosts, room to catch your breath after a long trip, room for that welcome-home feeling. As soon as you step through our door. With quick Check-in and Check-out because we know that anything else bugs you.
So what would happen if we filled the space we would gain with something different? With something that has never been done before? We would call it the Living Room®. And we would turn this Living Room® into a genuine living room for all our guests. With sofas and armchairs to relax and put your feet up. With a free-standing bar for after-work encounters. With shelves full of favorite books our hosts have selected for you. With divine lamps that bestow warm light. With quiet places where you can work. With big windows through which you can observe the goings-on in beautiful Sachsenhausen. With a diversified menu for a big hunger or a small one. With hosts who anticipate your every wish and meet you on an equal footing. We could turn this living room into a place for encounters. Between guests and hosts, between our hotel and the enchanting neighborhood. Maybe we’ll organize an occasional evening of theater in this living room featuring artists from near and far? And maybe we’ll even have a Happy Hour because Happy Hours are pure fun? Yes, a living room like that wouldn’t be such a bad idea, would it?